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...
For young Tsubomi-chan, working as a lingerie-clad hostess and surviving high school is a way of life. Little does she know that she is about to become an unwitting pawn in a battle of orgasmic proportions, once she beds the charming Hikaru and seals her fate as a Papillon Soldier! Using her patented Rose Orgasm Power Erection special move, Tsubomi-chan must fight the minions of Regina Apis, a ruthless woman who seeks to possess all the sexual energy of the world!
One fateful day in present day Tokyo, a strange alien bell appeared in the skies; afterwards, it transformed into a giant cherry tree and took root in the middle of a busy intersection. Kitanohashi High School’s "Magic Users Club" is compelled to use their magic to relocate the tree; however shortly thereafter a mysterious individual begins to follow the club members! Soon Sae begins to experience strange dreams and the club members' magic becomes even more problematic than usual. Can the group bring their magic under control before the stalker's plot is revealed?
A girl with magical powers who whines, needs to do some growing up before she's going to be able to save the day, has four friends to help her, and faces a different monster each episode? Yep. You'll get that in both Magic Users Club and Sailor Moon.
Alice is a preteen girl who believes in magic, much to the dismay of her parents and peers. But when she finds herself transported into a dreamlike world filled with magic, forest sprites, and witches, she finds out that magic is sometimes not all it’s cracked up to be. The witches of this world must capture forest sprites for use in casting their spells, and magical hierarchy dictates that those at the bottom must compete to get to the top. Dream or not, Alice must use her positive attitude to show these witches that magic should be used to spread happiness, first and foremost!
Both of these anime involve Magical Girl teams that try to save the world from dark forces. Both of the protagonists are flung headlong into a battle of good and evil, and while they can be ditzy, they show great prowess in their respective magics. The team dynamics are also fairly similar in these animes.
Nina was just a normal twelve-year-old girl - until she ate a strange candy-like jewel that fell out of the sky into her sundae. The jewel, it seems, is known as the Crystal Pearl, and it is sought after by hordes of magic users who aspire to become professional magicians. Whoever is in the possession of the Pearl on Christmas will pass the test; leaving Nina as the most sought after item of the magic world. Luckily for her, two handsome magicians, Ichii and Zero, have pledged to keep her safe until the contest has ended. Can Nina keep her sanity with not only dozens of magicians out to capture her, but also the invasion of these two hunks into every aspect of her life?
Both of these shows are mahou-shoujo (Though Sailor Moon more so) and both feature guys as magical heroes as well as the girls.
Sailor Moon has more depth but both are also romances where love triangles take part in the storylines.
A world plagued by alien invasions needs heroes, and what better choice than three girls in elementary school? After all, it's best to fight fire with fire, and the super-cute aliens have met their match in the super-cute Mao, Misoria, and Silvia. With character design by Akamatsu Ken, the creator of Love Hina, this series aims to amuse.