It’s never easy being a transfer student, especially when transferring in the middle of the year. Certain schools have their own traditions and ways of doing things – something Kouno Tooru discovers when the student council of the Fujimori high school insists that he dress like a girl! Along with two other boys chosen for their remarkable beauty, Kouno is given the task of brightening up the dull days of an all-boys high school. The rewards offered by the student council are great, but the life of a “Princess” turns out to be more work than Kouno had bargained for...
Having recovered from a mysterious accident that caused him to suffer amnesia, Hashiba Sora is just starting to get his life back together. On the road to recovery, his steady progress is interrupted when he acquires a new roommate (who supposedly is his childhood friend), Fujimori Sunao. Their relationship becomes even more complicated with the appearance of Ran, an alternate personality inhabiting the same body as Sunao! Faced with the shadows of his past, can Sora regain his lost memories and make sense of what is happening around him?
Yet another pair of boys' love games turned anime, Princess Princess and Sukisyo have a very similar style of cute humour (accentuated with scenes of chibi-fied characters), pretty boys, and suggestion to feed the imagination.
While Sukisyo doesn't cut corners in portraying the love between men (come to think of it, I don't remember seeing even one female person in the show...), Princess Princess is more subtle, despite the main plot device being boys in drag, and settles for innuendo to indicate the shounen ai factor.
Both Princess Princess and Sukisho both share a siilar sort of tone. Both are set in an all boys school and focus on the relationships between the central characters. As can be expected there is a good dose of shounen-ai in both series and they also share a similar style of comedy. If you liked one then it is worth trying the other.
Whenever Kippei is at school, he has one thing on his mind: girls. From skipping class to cheesy lines, he'll do anything it takes to reel the ladies in, though he never seems to find the right person. But the bachelor lifestyle is soon to change when young Yuzuyu enters the picture. This five-year-old cutie has been abandoned by her mother, and is to be taken care of by none other than Kippei! Unfortunately for the both of them, Kippei has no experience raising a child, so the learning curve will be quite steep...
Princess Princess and Aishiteruze Baby are not so similar, but they are both focusd on the same thing... Kindness, friendship and love. And a big plus is that they are both really funny and easy to watch.
Tsuzuki Asato is a shinigami: a guardian of death. Acting as an investigator in Juuouchou, the bureau in charge of ensuring that each soul passes through the cycle of life naturally, his job often involves dealing with those who would disrupt this cycle. His life after death is about to change, however, as he is assigned a new partner, Kurosaki Hisoka, for a case in Nagasaki - a case seeming to involve some sort of vampire. But the two shinigami soon find that something deeper lies behind this blood-sucking menace...
Tohru Honda is a compassionate girl who is down on her luck. Her mother having recently died, she has been forced to camp out in the woods for shelter. However, things start to turn around once she is invited to live with class hunk Yuki Sohma and his family... but all is not as it seems! Yuki's family is burdened with a dark curse which causes them to turn into the animals of the Chinese zodiac once hugged by a member of the opposite sex... and Honda may be the only one who can help them.
Both Fruits Basket and Princess Princess revolve around pretty boys in unusual situations, including interesting back story (who doesn't love back story!?). Additionally, both are light hearted, fun, and a little bit off the beaten path in terms of storyline. Fruits Basket has transformations brought on by hugs, and Princess Princess has cross-dressing boys to "brighten up" the atmosphere of their all boys school. They're both a lot of fun in general, with great OP and ED songs. :)
Kazuya Hasukawa is distraught. Having just lost his first love to his older brother, he is unable to cope with the beautiful new wife in the household. Moving to the prestigious Ryokuto Academy, he finds he has been assigned to the Greenwood dorm - the home of the school weirdos and rejects. From a gender confused roommate to an adventure through a fantasy world, Hasukawa's dreams of a peaceful life are shattered!
Princess Princess and Here is Greenwood have something in common - comedy.
They're both light hearted shows where the characters are based in all-boys school.
Oh, and they also get bullied by their upperclassmen to do things for them too it seems. :)