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...
There is a legend of an angel who fell to Earth many years ago, and was forced to marry a man because he held the key to her only way home. Hundreds of years later, sixteen year old Mikage Aya is the reincarnation of Ceres, the vengeful angel, who must now fight for her life against her family and her own twin brother Aki, the reincarnation of her past evil husband...
Both Sailor Moon and Ayashi no Ceres have an air of fantasy and mystery about them. They also both deal with love relationships and are set in a high school environment. Both series deal with magic and transformations and the heroine having to take it upon herself to do what is best for her friends and family.
There is a lot of love and loss and missing memories. I recommend both, very good, and sad. There is some similarity between them.
In the Middle Ages, a woman named Jeanne D'Arc claimed to hear God's voice. She led a lonely life and was burned at the stake, despite being the voice to lead France to victory in the Hundred Years War. In today's world, she is reincarnated as Maron Kusakabe, a girl whose mission is to prevent demons from stealing people's hearts. To do this, she must steal any artifact that they possess. Her best friend, Miyako, is a detective looking for the thief, without a clue that she's right under her nose. Will Maron be able to save the world from destruction, or will she be caught red-handed by her friend?
Both KKJ and Sailor Moon are about a brave girl and her team fighting with evil. Usually the main girl was granted her powers unexpectedly, so she must live a normal life and also hide her true identity. The most alike thing in both series is that the main character from the bad side is a male and it's likely that the girl from the good side will fall in love with him. "Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne" and "Sailor Moon" are loaded with funny episodes with real life scenarios, dangerous fights, and intriguing relationships with the baddies.
Because the characters and the story plot are so alike.
The main character look almost identical and both animes are from the same production. They're so alike it can't be described in words, you'll just have to watch them both and find out for yourself.
Though they aren't the closest in matches, they are good animes with magic, romance, and adventure. If you're into those things, both of these animes will keep you watching 'til the end. :)
The sporty Nagisa and the bookish Honoka are ordinary middle school students, but when two strange creatures called Mepple and Mipple force them together to form the magical girl squad Pretty Cure, their differences soon give way to a developing friendship. But being a hero of the Light is not all roses! Will there be enough time for studying, playing lacrosse and cute boys in between their battles against minions of evil?
Both anime's are about girls transforming into "superhero's" and defeating evil "monsters" while working with everyday life and relationships
Both series are not only magical girl, but also follow a very similar "monster of the week" formula with stories that focus on similar themes such as friendship between the heroines, middle school romance, and dreams of the future.
if you like one you will like the other
- school theme
- bad guys obsest with world domination bu cant seem toland a fatal blow on teen aged girls.
-repetitive battles ending predictably every episode
- some bad guys turn good for random reasons.
they are basically simlar in every way and with a power ranger like style they are aimed at a younger audience.
Once there lived an eccentric author called Drosselmeyer who wrote grand tragedies - one of them was the tale of a prince who sealed away an evil raven by breaking his own heart into tiny pieces. However, before the story could be completed, the author died and the tale took on a life of its own. Now, in a town where fiction and reality meet, the story continues on its tragic course with Ahiru, a duck who transforms into the beautiful Princess Tutu in order to restore the prince's heart. But will Ahiru's act of love be enough to defy the story's terrible destiny and lead to a happy ending?
Both series are about a teenage girl who has the power to transform when she wants so that she can protect and help the ones that are important to her. Sailor Moon goes together really well with Princess Tutu since both have magical worlds in which any little girl can believe in.
To me they have there similarites and differences. The Plot is almost the same; a girl with the power to transform herself at will to protect the people she cares for. It also has a string of romance to protect the love of her life. Theres also the sense of Princes/Princess and Kings/Queens in both animes. >_<
Magical Girl powers, a timeless romance, great characters and good stories. These two MORE than belong together. Also, both are classics.
Five years have passed since Goku and his friends defeated Piccolo Jr. and restored peace to the planet. Gohan - Goku's son - and a variety of good, bad, and morally ambiguous characters are back, and perpetually not ready for action! Aliens, androids, and magicians all hatch evil plots to destroy the world and it's up to Goku to save the Earth once more - that is, once he and his comrades train plentifully in preparation. Enemies will become friends and power levels will rise to unimaginable levels, but even with the help of the legendary Dragon Balls and Shen Long will it be enough to save Earth from ultimate destruction?
Like cheesy fight sequences with lots of screaming and random transformations? Dragonball Z and Sailor Moon are similar in that aspect. The only thing you really have to do is bridge the gender difference, because we all know there are guys with feminine sides and girls with... well ...tomboy sides. Not to mention, both are rather widely-known anime.
Both series tell a story of exceeding the limits in order to be better, protecting friends and other common things in anime. But the one outstanding simmilaritywould be the mood of those series which keep you want more event after watching 10 eps one after another.