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The story is set in a parallel Taihei Edo period and follows Chifusa, an amply porportioned sword fighter in the Manyuu clan.
Both animes are directed by the same man so they have a similiar feeling to them.
They resolve a lot about ridiculously huge breats and fanservice in general. Throw in some fighting and we have Seikon no Qwaser & Manyuu Hiken-chou. While I coulden't stand either of them, people who have liked one of them will enjoy the other.
If you are looking for anime that features boobs as part of their plots look no further than these two titles! Lots of action, fanservice, and of course... BOOBS! Prudes need not apply!
Boobs. If you're going to watch either one, it has to be uncensored, as their plots revolve around boobs and in general, boobage, which is all they have going for them. And some action, but that's after the ecchi overdose. If you can get through one, you can handle the other you perv.
Both shows contain an obnoxious amount of boobs and stupidity. Seikon no Qwaser is a bit more serious while Manyuu Hiken-chouu is more tongue-in-cheek, but on the whole they're pretty similar. If you watched one and want more boobs, go ahead and watch the other.
Both shows have a plot, a plot which is solely about breasts. So expect lots of nudity, lots of boob related humour, mishaps and tribulations.
Seikon no Qwaser is a particularly terrible anime for many reasons, whereas i actually enjoyed Manyuu Hicken-chou because it had some likeable characters, some funny humour and a plot that was actually decent when compared to other stupidly ecchi shows.
But hey, who am i kidding, you're here because you like boobs, and lucky for you each has them in spades. So knock yourself out.
Both shows are about opai, women's breasts, and both shows display many naked titty shots, and feature a lot of over-large (and impossibly, gravity-defying, anti-rules-of-physics large) bouncing boobage in the story.
Both shows have a plotline that involves a lead heroine whose breast size increases during the show and having a plotline that makes this feasible and even recommended.
Both shows feature many, many scantily or non-clad generously endowed women, besides the wonder-growing boobs of the main heroine.
Manyuu Hiken-chou 's plot is driven by the lead female protagonist, while Seikon no Qwaser's lead female is often eclipsed by her male co-lead on the show. Consequently, just about every male in Seikon is driven by the plotline to violate and objectify (or worse) all the females in the show, while there are some more normal males in Manyuu, which is the more believable of the two.
Still, you probably won't be watching these because of their fascinating and unique plot developments or scintillating and captivating characters. Probably the reason you ARE watching is the to see the naked opai, and neither show will let you down in this respect
Every four years, the violent Queen's Blade tournament begins once more. Meant as a test of strength and beauty, girls fight each other in hopes of gaining power over the land, each with her own reason for participating. Reina, Risty and Tomoe, amongst others, are three who seek to win the tournament - but their path won't be easy. In addition to traveling the land, the girls must fight warring ninja, avoid the sting of acid-spitting nipples, and most importantly try to keep clothed when minimally possible - all in hopes of winning Queen's Blade! Who will become the next ruler?
Both series shares an amount quantity of elements. They are "shonen series", that means: young and exhuberant women fighting each other with high level martial arts and superpowers, and losing their dresses in combat. But the most important common factor is the high ecchi level, which is almost mature content in ocassions. Is difficult to find in any of them a scene without close ups boobs or underwear or some kind of (barely explicit) sexualy sugesttive material.
If you're looking for over the top, flat out disturbing ecchi (note: to see what I'm talking about in qwaser, you need to see the uncensored version), look no further than these two 'gems'. If you liked one (WHY), check out the other.
Even though Seikon no Qwaser seems to be a better anime over all than Queen’s Blade both of these shows share the similar shounen qualities wrapped up in a great deal of ecchi. The superpowers and fighting sequences are similar throughout.
Probably the greatest similarity between the two is the absurd amount of ecchi in the two. Really things like the story, fighting, and basically everything else takes a back seat when it comes to the main focus of each series. Really if you liked the ecchi in one of them then you'll probably end up liking the ecchi in the other.
Shows with different thematic but... are they different? I'm not talking about the setting, it's the selling point that's basically the same. What we have here are two shows that most people would look at with disgust for the amount of explicit material.
These shows are what they look like, nothing deep, mind-boggling but pure entertainment in it's native form. I'm talking about animated mud wrestling between girls, that's the closest comparison in my opinion. If you don't enjoy ecchi in the slightest degree then steer away, this is not something you will enjoy. But if you do fancy fanservice in it's ultimate form of entertainment, not as a spice to a show but fanservice as a show itself then these titles are definitely worth of your time.
Once upon a time, two brothers passed the happy days of their childhood by studying alchemy, which is governed by the equal transfer principle: an eye for an eye -- you can't get more than you give. But these brothers tried to defy that law, and a horrific accident resulted. Now, the older brother, Edward, is called the Full Metal Alchemist because of his metal limbs, and the younger, Alphonse, is a soul without a body, trapped within the confines of an automaton. Together they search for the power to restore themselves, to find the lives they lost so long ago...
FMA is Qwaser... minus the ecchi/hentai. Both have rather elaborate plots centering around magic/alchemy, a lot of characters that come in and out of the series, and a lot of action.
Fullmetal Alchemist is similar to Seikon no Qwaser in that they both deal with people controlling elements to do want they want. Granted in Fullmetal Alchemist none of the ecchi exists that is in Seikon no Qwaser but they both have a lot of action in each.
Seikon no Qwaser is in no way like FMA (if anyone tells you otherwise, they are stupid), and even the use of alchemy is much different, however, being that there is alchemy/chemistry in both series, I felt as if I should suggest it. If you liked Fullmetal, watching Seikon no Qwaser will probably irritate you (plus loads of ecchi makes people hate it), but if you enjoyed the science used in Qwaser, you will definitely love Fullmetal Alchemist, a much more mature series.
Fullmetal Alchemist and Seikon no Qwaser involve people controlling different elements with alchemy. The whole cast of characters essentially run on the same vein.
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?
Each series has a lot of ecchi and a lot of action. Each series also has a lot of comedy to balance it. Also, magic is a large part of each story.
Both series mainly deal with a lot of action and ecchi. In Ichiban it's mainly about a group of people who can use magic to fight and in Seikon it's more about people who can control different elements and using that to fight they both pretty much deal with pople with special powers fighting each other. So if you liked one then you'll like the other.
With action ecchi Ichiban Ushiro no Damimaou and Seikon no Qwaser are the perfect balance for each other. Both series involve the characters using special magical powers to fight one another.
Toudou Gakuen is no ordinary high school. There, during the Meiji Restoration, fighting masters were forced to gather from all over Japan to re-establish the martial arts. Amongst the student body is a group of immensely powerful fighters who maintain order through absolute power. This "Enforcement Group" is locked in a feud with the Jyuuuken Club over matters of love and death. Now, two newcomers have disturbed the order of this school, becoming entangled in this vicious feud. Caught between sexy babes and terrible powers, the battle to be the strongest begins!
Both series shares an amount quantity of elements. They are "shonen series", that means: young girls from highschool fighting between them with high level martial arts and superpowers, and losing their dresses in combat. But the most important common factor is the high ecchi level, which is almost mature content in ocassions. Is difficult to find in any of them a scene without close ups boobs or underwear or some kind of (barely explicit) sexualy sugesttive material.
If you liked one then you'll like the other because both feature highschool aged people fighting with martial arts/superpowers and in the person of the fighting the one or more of the female characters end up losing a portion of their clothing. The ecchi in both series is probably the biggest draw point and the actual fighting comes in second so if you liked one then you'll like the other.