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Keitaro Urashima is somewhat of a failure. In order to fulfill a promise he made to a girl fifteen years ago, he has tried time and again to get into Tokyo U but has never managed to pass the exam. However, fate smiles upon him and he ends up working for his aunt, managing an all-girls dorm! Living with the feral Kaolla, the timid Shinobu, the sake-loving Mitsune, the blade mistress Motoko and the punch-happy Naru, can Keitaro keep his focus and keep his promise? And will he ever end up meeting that girl from his past?
If you liked Rosario to Vampire, Love Hina might be worth taking a closer look. It is less serious than Rosario to Vampire, more focusing on the humorous side. Similar to Love Hina the main character finds himself more or less forcibly ending up in a place he doesn't suit in, which leaves space for a lot of trouble. Unlike the surreal atmosphere of Rosario to Vampire the real world is the stage of Love Hina, where the main character ends up to be in an all girls dorm. Take a look and you might not be able to stop.
Both series deal with a below average leads who inexplica bly find themselves put into situations where they have to pretend to be someone they aren't. All the while eventually winning the admirations of the female cast and getting pulled into some rather ecchi moments. Both shows have a decent amount of action. Love Hina keeps it light whereas Rosario is a little darker and more action themed.
Tsukune from Rosario + Vampire can remind us from time to time to Keitaro from Love Hina. They both end up in hilarious situations, so if you enjoyed Rosario + Vampire, I think you'll enjoy the other.
Another reason for this recomendation is that both of them can bring a smile to your face and a good laugh. I personaly liked better Rosario + Vampire, but I think you can enjoy Love Hina too if you liked Rosario + Vampire.
Aaaaa don't you just love harem animes? Craving for more? Than you have got to check out the other one. Whether its Love Hina or Rosario to Vampire if you have the urge to watch more of this kind of anime than you are looking at the write recommendation! Watch the other if you have not now!
There both very funny, its a Ecchi it doesnt say it but its a comedy also, And its also about a guy with lots of girls that want him.
Due to unforeseen events, the male leads' life is turned upside down! All of a sudden, he finds himself in the middle of a harem, in an environment he's not used to! This little synopsis fits both series perfectly, and is almost all there is to them. If you liked the harem, ecchi, comedy and romance in one series, you'll definitely enjoy the other. The only main difference between these series, is that the female lead in Love Hina is a tsundere, while the Rosario to Vampire female lead isn't.
Rito Yuki is a bumbling boy who wants nothing more than to confess his love to the lovely Haruna, but a variety of obstacles always seems to stand in his way. One day, while relaxing in his bathtub Rito found his hands full - literally - with the breasts of a strange alien girl named Lala who suddenly appeared in his lap! She is the princess of Planet Deviluke, and she has run away from home to escape the prospect of an arranged marriage; and unfortunately for Rito, his accidental groping is the traditional engagement ritual of his otherworldly guest! Deviluke's emperor will destroy Earth if Rito backs down from his "proposal," but all he really wants to do is be with Saruyama! Naked antics, magical powers, misunderstandings, Lala's marriage-happy family and Rito's own shyness are many of the barriers he must face in his attempt to win the real love of his life – that is, if Lala doesn't win him over first!
Both are harem romances and comedies. In both you can find characters from not normal world, for example female main characters - vampire and girl from other planet.
Both of the main characters are unfortunate human guys who find themselves with a female girl who has pink hair and who isn't human. Both series are romance comedies, and I totally recommend both!
1.) Both are harems developed pretty great.
2.) Chick likes guy, vice versa but eventaully realizes....
3.) Great animation.(isnt that what we all just need)
4.) Plenty Characters that make the series never boring.
5.) You fall in love with some of them, like her/\/\ with the pink hair ;D, j/k....but still.....
6.) Ecchi, comedic(for the guy,lol), just watch it...its great if you like Harem, a guy that is getting flirted on while he doesn't/does minds it, ecchi(at least 2 or 4 in each episode,i think), and much more i cant think of right now...
To Love-Ru and Rosario to Vampire are about weird relationships one revolving around an alien and the other a vampire. The human male characters fnd themselves attracted to this out-of-this-world character.
Both anime are so similar! Just aliens and monsters is a different thing. Ecchi, romance, harem with couple of sweet girls. For sure if you like one you'll like the other one.
Both involve 2 characters that actually like eachother the best, but the other girls keep interfering beacause they also like the main male lead. The Male leads are too kind and or indecisive to set the others straight and to finalize their relationship with the girl they like. Also both male leads have a bad habit of unintentionally ending up in compromising postions.
Akuto Sai enters the Constant Academy for Magick Arts hoping to become a high priest and change the world for the better. But when the school's oracle declares his future profession to be 'Demon Lord', he finds himself feared and hated by the entire student population. Now, instead of making comrades and studying for his exam, Akuto finds himself fighting off monsters, bullies, and well-meaning classmates in various states of undress. If navigating a magical high school as a transfer student wasn't difficult enough, Akuto now has to deal with a cute android ordered to observe him 24-hours a day, the precocious attention of the flying, invisible and naked Keena Soga and the advances of the school's most popular girl. Will he be able to overcome his fate, pass his classes, and mend his friendship with the violent Junko Hattori, or will he succumb to his demonic destiny?
You will like the other one! Both Ecchi with lots of fan service! Also both Harem with lost of girls being attracted to the main character. The main character is a guy. The guy seems weak at first, but in Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou it turns out the main character is very strong. Also there are many exciting battles that deal with magic. Lastly both are very well scripted and have good stories. Main difference is that Rosario to Vampire is a lot funnier.
I think people who watch Rosario + Vampire would definatly want to look into watching Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou as well. I have been looking for a show similar to Rosario and Vampire andthis is one that i found to be relatively close. Both have themes of multiple girls "competeing" over the main protagonist. Also there is a steady stream of magic used as well as monsters, as well as the use of comedy. All in all i feel that if you liked Rosario and Vampire you would also like this. I hope you Enjoy
Demon King Daimao and Rosario to Vampire have a very similar feel tothem. Witches and magic all exist at a school made for monsters.
Rosario vampire and Daimaou both start with a young man starting a new school, but then the unexpected happens! In Daimaou he is told that he will become the Demon lord, While in Rosario to Vampire he discovers that the school is actually for monsters! As both series progress you get plenty of ecchi and comedy, and the relationships develop. I recommend both series due to their similarities in those regions.
First, both are harem animes that deal with a protagonist thrust into numerous strange situations and relationships; a lot of these are quite funny. At the same time, the shows have a very dramatic, serious side in traditional shonen fashion. Alongside this is a suprisingly deep exploration of each individual character, as well as a bit of ecchi. Strong fantasy themes run through both; you'll find plenty of monsters and magic in both worlds.
These two anime are fairly similar considering both are harems in which a seemingly typical teenage boy gets a group of beautiful women swooning over him. Both have similar themes, revolving around high schools with characters who can use magic, or are some sort of mystical creature such as a demon, vampire, etc. Since harems and ecchi anime are generally similar, the audience of one should enjoy the other.
Ayumu was murdered by a serial killer – at least, he was. For after the mysterious Eucliwood Hellscythe revives him, he changes from a human to a zombie, much to his dismay. Now, in addition to being unable to die, the boy must see to the whims of his supernatural, silent companion – but things continue to get worse from there. As once Ayumu accidentally steals a magical girl named Haruna's powers, he is tasked with the embarrassing, obnoxious task of being a magical girl – err, boy – in her stead! Then with the addition of a hostile vampire ninja to his household, can Ayumu manage to maintain his new home life, fight against attacking monsters, and track down the person who killed him all while attempting to keep what little dignity he has left in tact?
Both of these anime are fanservicy comedies with monsters or other supernatural creatures. At first, monstrous females are the male protagonist’s enemies, but after battling, they end up becoming his friend and are subsequently added to his ever increasing harem! The main heroines - Yuu and Inner Moka - similarly have an air of coolness in whatever they do, easily making them the more favorable characters.
Both of these animes revolve around a guy that is completely out-of-his-element, and finds himself with a harem of otherworldly women. Both animes also involve just a bit of school life. They also involve ecchi, slapstick comedy, and some pretty interesting antagonists.
Both are harem action/comedies with supernatural elements, including monster girls, and a monster-of-the-week style. Zombie is more over-the-top though, and I feel has higher quality story and animation.
in both shows there is an array of different supernatural characters all attracted to one guy. also both have a lot of panty shots.
Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? and Rosario Vampire are both harem anime featuring girls that are either supernatural or magical. Both contain lots of comedy and fanservice, so if you like one there is a chance you will like the other.
All Morioka Kohei wants to be a regular photographer, but all he ever seems to capture on film is ghosts! With 70 percent of his photos inhabited by the undead, Kohei has managed to gain not only a reputation, but also a job at an occult magazine. Things couldn't be more "normal" until he is sent to a obscure castle where he photographs a mysterious girl with a knack at disappearing, thus piquing his interest to return. And thus, Kohei sets out on a journey that takes him into the heart of the occult, on a mission to help the cutest vampire in existence find her long lost mother!
Both Rosario to Vampire and Tsukuyomi -Moon Phase- are anime about the lighter side of the vampire life and the addiction of adorable girls to the taste of the blood of seemingly lack luster boys. Also, repeated themes between these two anime include: Fights against other girls for the ownership of tasty human boys, the male figures themselves wanting to protect vampiric girls even though they're without powers, and the absolute cuteness of the "kisses" vampire girls give!
Both have Human plus Vampire love and the female vampires thinks of their human male friends as a walking blood banks.
They Both are Funny and involve supernatural beings, Romance and a Female vampire.
Both animes have a central male character that is pretty much average in every single way. He meets Vampire girl and they quickly become inseparable. Along the way, there are other powerful ladies after the male character and some monster-ific battles.