Life can be tough when you're a teenager. Enter Tsukino Usagi, an average, if somewhat clumsy, junior high student whose voracious appetite for sweets and capacity for tears are offset by her enthusiasm for life. Her normal existence is suddenly turned upside down when a talking cat named Luna comes into her life. Suddenly, Usagi finds herself with the ability to transform into the superhero known as Sailor Moon. Fighting the occasional monster may be the least of her worries, though...
Momomiya Ichigo was a normal girl, worried mostly about her crush, Aoyama Masaya. However, just as she was finally able to date him, she was struck by a mysterious beam and everything changed. She is now part of the Mew Project, genetically fused with an endangered species of cat. With her new powers and companions, she must protect the earth from invading aliens.
Both Sailor Moon and Tokyo Mew Mew center around a young girl who, one day, discovers that it's up to her to save the world. Tokyo Mew Mew and Sailor Moon are both very similar, in the way that they have to fight and save their loved ones from worldwide destruction.
This is an obvious recommendation. I think that anyone that watches Tokyo Mew Mew will immediately think of Sailor Moon (I say this, because Sailor Moon came first). You will certainly like one if you like the other though. Sailor Moon and Tokyo Mew Mew both involve a clumsy, somewhat dim-witted main character that discovers powers to fight evil. The main theme of "love conquers all!" is here, and things turn somewhat corny; you also have the henshin element - even the five soldiers!
Sailor Moon and Mew Mew Power are very similar in the whole outline of the show. In both series the girls are "chosen" one by one, both have those cheesy transformation intros (you have to know what I mean). Both main girls are hopelessly in love, and both of their loves have a special little secret of their own (although neither of them really know it). Also, both of the men in each series help the girls in battling the evil villains... you get where I am going with this, I hope! Same stories, different characters; both are great. ^.^
When I started watching Tokyo Mew Mew I got reminded of Sailor Moon. They're both magical girl anime where the 5 heroines have to protect the world from the bad guys. They also have a monster of the week formula and the main bad guy always gets away at the end of the episode.
Fans of magical girl shows will probably be overjoyed to watch both Sailor Moon and Tokyo Mew Mew. Both shows focus on ordinary girls recieving extrodinary powers, giving them the ability to transform into super heroes and defend the earth from aliens. Both shows balance saving the world with balancing your love life, friendships and school. Each series is upbeat and colorful, and the characters are cute and distinctive!
Tokyo Mew Mew is a condensed version of Sailor Moon. It has the same characters, a five member team where each member has an associated color and weapon, attack,and transformation. Everything sounds so alike it could be called plagiarism. The enemies in both series are similar: the main bad guy is in love with the main magical girl who is saved at the last second by a bishonen fighting for his beloved one. The advantage of Tokyo mew mew is that Bunny becomes an annoying crybaby over time, while Mew Ichigo is clumsy but turns into a responsible fighter after a short while.
Both series are about girls who have become superheroes. They learn how to use their powers and learn to get along together.
I do think that Tokyo Mew Mew and Sailor Moon are pretty much the same, same plot anyways. They both transform, and the leader only has the power to defeat the demon/being and the others just weaken it, theres also a male with a confusing past and conflict with his powers. The only difference it the transformation Sailor Moon and Sailor Scouts have the powers of the planets, and Tokyo Mew Mew have the powers of animals. A_A
One special girl with 4 of her friends are given magical powers to vanquish evil. If you liked one you'll like the other.
I know it seems really frilly, but once you get passed that it's actually a good show. It's pretty much like Sailor Moon..only without the ultra cute talking cats,and instead of planets, it's animals. The odd thing I found...was the food tie in. The main character Ichigo is basically a strawberry cat, each character has an animal and a food. Different concept..just give it a shot.
Both from the magical girl genre, they're both really easy to get into. Even though the episodes can get a bit repetativ, they're both worth checking out.
In both shows 5 girls get the power to transform into superheroes so that they can fight aliens from another planet.
Tokyo Mew Mew and sailor moon are the definitive sailor soldier anime. They have near identicial plots, themes, characters and cutscenes.
The differences are that Mew Mew is much much shorter, and I think a little sweeter. Sailor moon is a good bit deeper despite it's grade school feel.
Sailor Moon and Tokyo Mew Mew are magical girl animes. They each have underlying elemental themes and transformations that the heroine and her friends make. A mysterious figure that continues to help the main character also appears in each to give her strength and courage to continue on her way. Both are about saving the planet from an evil organization that is trying to corrupt it. The characters each have parallels within them making the animes very similar to each other.
Both animes are centered on a girl who one day finds out that the fate of the world rests in her hands. With the help of their friends they come to save the day!
If you like one, you'll like the other :)
Romance is an underlying theme of both series. Both series are team based. The teams are made up of girls with mostly element based powers and they fight the monster of the week each episode. Both series have similar characters. Usagi and Ichigo are the lead characters. Both are lovestruck, and considerably ditzy. Mamoru and Masaya are the romantic interests of the main girls. Both are mysterious, brooding, and share a similar role. Ami is similar to Lettuce, the brainy, slightly reserved member of the team. Both share powers related to water. Rei and Mint are both externally abrasive, especially toward the lead character. Makoto and Pudding are comedic and athletic. Minako and Zakuro are both famous before joining their respective team. Both hide what they feel on the inside.
Five man band? Check. Episodic attempts to save the world? Check. Over the top transformation sequences? Check. Both these series have everything one expects from a typical magical girl anime series.
girly group charecters
looking out for friends/lovers
transforming into superhero
In both of these animes, they both are a group of ordinary girls who later find out that they have magical powers that must save mankind. In each episode, the evil villain has some scheme they try to use while these magical transforms and ruin their plans at the end. They almost have the same story but different characters.
Both have love triangles, Social conflics, Science behind eachothers powers , and mild tragedy. Love them Both!!!
Sakura Kinomoto never imagined that by opening a book in her father's library, she'd be responsible for releasing wild magic into the world, yet that's exactly what she did. Too powerful to be let loose on the world, the magical Clow cards were sealed away long ago by their creator, Clow Reed. But all is not lost, for the guardian beast, Keroberos, was sealed along with the cards! Can Sakura, with the help of Keroberos, retrieve the cards before they wreak havoc on the town?
Sailor Moon and Cardcaptor Sakura have the magical girls a lot of people love. With so many episodes, you grow with the characters and understand how they feel. You see that those girls are pretty much like us and are trying to get along with others and reach their goals. Either catching Clow Cards or going against the Dark Kingdom, they're out there helping those in trouble.
If you liked Sailor Moon, you'd love Cardcaptor Sakura. Why? Because they are similar in many ways. =) Both are about an ordinary girl who becomes something extraordinary and fights evil powers. Both have romance and the main characters are similar: they are funny, simple-minded, brave and... well they both have a great appetite! XD I myself wondered for a long time what to watch after I was done with all episodes of Sailor Moon. Someone suggested Cardcaptor to me and I watched all 70 episodes including the 2 movies. I practically loved it! ^^ Hope you find this useful.
Sailor Moon and Card Captor Sakura are both magical girl type shows, with occasionally clumsy female leads (Usagi more so than Sakura), strong, supporting male leads, and good, cute humour to boot. If you liked one, I'm sure you will like the other.
Both Sailor Moon and Card Captor Sakura deal with a regular girl who gains magical powers and then has to deal with her daily life while fighting evil. Both girls have cute little guardians and have many of the same personality traits.
I think that eveyone who has seen either one of these series will absolutely love the other, they both have magic, love, and cute outfits! not to mention saving the world from the bad guys.
Two magical girls shows. Although some say that CCS is a rip off Sailor Moon I think it has it's own magic. I enjoyed both series very much and don't have any complains about any kind of rip off. Really if you are into Magical girl shows then both are excellent choice.
Usagi and Sakura are two girls thrown into the world we know as Magicial Girls in a whirl wind of Clow Cards and Magicial talking cats with Henshin broaches.
Sakura like Usagi has trouble being on time for school, she has boy probs, a brothersome older brother, and a whole mess of magic she never knew she had! Suddenly she's appointed a Clow Card Captor. She has to catch and seal all clow cards that have escaped.
Having already loved Usagi and her crazy antics you'll love Card Captor Sakura!
Both series are about a girl who is living a simple, ordinary life when they encounter a "magic". Both include romance and a talking animal that supports and gives advice to the main character (Luna in Sailor Moon and Kero in Card Captor Sakura). If you liked Sailor Moon you'll enjoy Card Captor Sakura as well.
Both are great starter animes for any person just getting into the fandom. Both being from the magical girl genre, they sort of have the same feel and elements. Even though they don't have the same underlying story, they're both extremely cute.
Young girls suddenly given magical powers and must save the world...describes what these shows are about! Magical transformations, attacks, and battles every episode! And of course, romance! These shows are great for those who love magical girl shows!
Both these animes revolve around the magical girl concept. There is love, drama and the transformations. Have you not already seen these animes in you’re childhood you should see them now! If you liked one, you would definitely like the other!
Another anime pair with a girl who has the fate of the world in her hands. Both animes have the magical girl transformations and everything. Not to mention romance.
If you like one, you'll like the other :)
Both of them are about an ordinary girl and how its lifes changes when they meet a starnge creature which reveals to them that they have special powers and they have a mission to fullfill. Also, they are both girly anime.
I watched both these shows when I was a kid. They were brilliant. Though Sailor Moon is more for girls and Cardcaptor Sakura is possible for a mixture of genders - they are similar and someone who liked one would like the other in my opinion. However beware the dubbed version of Card Captor Sakura. Well... don't beware it. If you're looking for more romance in an anime, watch the Japanese version with English subs. But if romance isn't really your cup of tea, I suggest watching the dubbed version of Card Captor Sakura. Though both are loveable in their own way :)
Card Captor Sakura is very much related to Sailor Moon. They both have appretices that help them on their missions to defeat enemies. As they are both underappreciated cowards, they get smarter and more confident as they collect things to help them on their missions. Yet, they're both very young girls who are both crybabies and they learn the slice of life. They are also both very long series.
They are alike both in the magical girl genre they both came out around the same time, oh and they have pretty costumes XD
They're both similar magical girl stories, and Usagi and Sakura are similar characters. They're both 'contracted' by cat-like creatures to be magical girls... The similarities go on and on.
Hanasaki Momoko is a seemingly normal school girl; she enjoys taking photographs, trying on wedding dresses, and having fun with her friends Yuri and Hinagiku (despite the fact that all three have a crush on the same boy!) But one day, Momoko and her friends are attacked by a mysterious man called Pluie who attempts to steal Momoko's ring, a gift from her mother. Another strange man named Limone intervenes, giving Momoko a magical item known as the 'Saint Miroir'. Using this, Momoko is granted the power to transform into the angel of love - Wedding Peach! With Pluie and his minions attempting to destroy all the love in the world, Momoko frequently has to call upon her powers to save the day. Suddenly, her life isn't so normal anymore!
Both Sailor Moon and Wedding Peach have a group of school girls fighting evil. Most of the time is spent fighting, but they also have some romance in the show to lighten the mood. Everyone I know who likes one likes the other as well.
both series are about a group of girls trying to stop the forcess of darkness *backround ohhhhh* Also the main charictors are trying to steal the heart of the guy they like *sob* so touching
It's scary how these 2 are SO alike. With magical powers, going to school, and trying to get that special guy to notice them. These girls must vanquish the evil that threatens their everyday way of life that they love so much. If you liked one you'll deffinitally like the other
Both animes are about female fighters fighting for justice. The way of transforming (make up), the characters' personaily, theme (love and justice), big eyed female characters' figure, actions, and so on are very similar. If you liked one, you will definetly like the other.
Of all the shows that have been influenced by Sailor Moon, Wedding Peach is the one that follows the themes of friendships, starcrossed lovers and reincarnation the closest. Wedding Peach does find its feet later on in the series though, although the structure is highly similar. Fans of one should enjoy the other, for they share many more similarities along the way that I don't want to spoil.
Sailor Moon and Wedding Peach are so alike, it's scary. Same concepts of friendship, a cute little animal to help guide them along away, and of course the main girl comes to love the boy that calls them names and fight with.
Sailor Moon and Wedding peach are about as generic as magical girl anime gets, meaning if you like one, you'll probably like the other. They're similar in a variety of ways, but not so much that the other will bore you. Both animes revolve around a girl who was once an ordinary high school student but is suddenly transformed into a superhero forced to ward of evil. Sailor Moon and Wedding Peach episodes follow a sort of formula. Girls start their day, expecting it to be normal expecting to do normal things. Bad guys show up, girls transform and defeat said evil, aaand the day is saved. The animation styles are also strikingly similar, probably because they were produced around the same time.Anyway, yes. If you're a fan of Sailor Moon or Wedding Peach, please, do yourself a favour and check out the other!
Because they both have lovely opening themes, also beautiful heroines, simply amazing attack sequences and cool villans.
MKR is a Clamp anime about three girls who are taken from Tokyo during a school field trip, and transported into a fantasy world. Hikaru Shidou, Umi Ryuzaaki, and Fuu Hououji must fight a slew of enemies, overcome trials and tribulations, and face their inner demons to save Cephiro, a wonderfully detailed world, from a dastardly evil and powerful Priest, Zagato.
Both have magical girl teams that are fighting for a purpose they believe in. The characters in Magic Knight Rayearth don't transform as they do in Sailor Moon, but if you like magical girl anime, Magic Knight Rayearth and Sailor Moon are good ones. Though, Magic Knight Rayearth is a little more serious than Sailor Moon. Go check out their adventure to bring peace!
The idea of fighting girls using magical powers is mainly what those two series have in common. Apart from that, there is also this thing with hair color connected with battle style and love plot involved.
Both are great starter animes for any person just getting into the fandom. Both being from the magical girl genre, they sort of have the same feel and elements and somewhat similar story lines ("fight to save the princess").
The hyperactive chibi antics in Magic Knight Rayearth reminded me a lot of Sailor Moon's reactions to things. Both of them grow tougher over time, but neither team of girls is ready for their powers at first. It's kind of funny watching these girls who are supposed to be heroes flailing about, but don't forget that they can kick some serious monster butt! ;)
Hinamori Amu is a stylish punk rock girl who is liked and feared by her peers, but there's just one problem: she's actually a shy and quiet girl who can't seem to drop her self-fabricated facade! But when Amu finds three eggs in her bed, she had no idea her life would change forever. Out of the eggs pop Ran, Miki and Su, Amu's Guardian Charas; these being represent parts of Amu that she wishes she could be, even allowing Amu to transform into those parts at will! Now, with pressure from the other Guardians (including her crush, Hotori) to join their midst, dark sides of the psyche known as X Eggs to seal, and nefarious forces after a wish-granting egg known as the embryo, Amu's life has officially become more complicated!
Both are about love, the discovery of true potential, the protection of loved ones and their dreams. Never forget justice and the fight against evil. If you loved Sailor Moon, You are sure to like Shugo Chara!
Both feature magical girls aspiring to be true to themselves. Young women who sometimes feel inadequate transform into strong beautiful and special people. Part of elit groups who defeat perversions and free people from manipulation they tak edown the bad guys and look cute doing it. If you like Sailor Moon you have to watch Shugo Chara!
I remember watching Sailor Moon when I was a kid. The transformatoins, daily monsters, luming threat, talking cats, tinge of romance, constant comedy and search for companions, continously gripped me in - and I loved it. When I watched Shugo Chara, I couldn't help but think that it reminded me of a more modern, slightly less complicated, more loveable and suited for a larger age range version of Sailor Moon. So yeah, I recommend these shows both ways.
The similarities between the two series are really sticking: from transformation, to "posetion" and even hidden evil, they brig a sense of familiarity.
If i were to choose between the two of them, i would pick bouth.
They both have a similar theme. About kids finding stuff to help their way in attacking enemies. But Shugo Chara! is different, a girl finds egg shells and in Sailor Moon, a different girl tries to find crystals.
Sailor Moon and Shugo Chara! are so similar, it is nearly insane: there is the concept of purifying a person's soul (in Shugo Chara! it's eggs, in Sailor Moon it's hearts), it is the constant battle of good versus evil, the magical girl concept, etc. If you liked one, you're guaranteed to love the other.
Both are great magical girl anime, and I would highly recommend both to fans of the genre. The protaganists are somewhat similar in nature, as are various things that are a staple of most magical girl series with familiars and transformations. Both stories have certain ammounts of romance involved, though it doesn't serve to completely ruin the story. Altogether both are good watches. If you liked one, you'd like the other.