Shingu: Secret of the Stellar Wars

Alt titles: Gakuen Senki Muryou

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Figure 17

Figure 17

While transporting bio-weapon lifeforms, Agent DD, member of an alien police force, is forced to crash land on Earth. Amidst the chaos of the crash, a bio-weapon escapes and DD is forced to fight it, while accidentally activating a Liberus, a liquid battle suit. Tsubasa, a shy girl, unwillingly comes into contact with the Liberius and is thereafter forced to fight for the survival of Earth.

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sothis sothis says...

Figure 17 and Shingu are both sci fi told in a very slow-paced, slice of life way. Shingu has more campyness to it (including a ridiculously bad soundtrack) but I definitely think fans of one would like the other. I think Figure 17 is the superior title, though.

Noein

Noein

When Haruka, Yuu and their friends decided to go ghost hunting, they had no idea the "ghosts" they'd find would turn their lives upside down. Black-clad and wielding quantum powers, these knights from the future are after an artifact of immense power that they hope will save their dimension from destruction: the Dragon Torque; and Haruka seems to be the key. As factions within the knights violently disagree on how to proceed, Haruka and the gang are caught up in a fight with the Shangri La, in an existential battle where fates of entire universes are decided.

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Dieter Dieter says...

Both series are sci-fi with slice-of-life elements common during the series. In both, the main cast consists of school age children around middle school and neither cast forgets that they're still children who like to have fun. Some members of both casts posses special powers useful to their respective worlds. They take place during different times of the school year and in different eras, but the slice-of-life intertwined with sci-fi and action scenes are both similar.

Sadamitsu the Destroyer

Sadamitsu the Destroyer

Sadamitsu used to be a typical delinquent, doling out justice as part of the Corpse Gang. That is, until he finds himself in the middle of a battle between a robot from space and an alien, inadvertently crippling the robot in the process! The robot is one of the good guys from another world, out to apprehend the 20 million galactic criminals that are on their way to Earth - and now that only its head remains intact, it's up to Sadamitsu to take on the challenge. While donning the head of the robot - which Sadamitsu names Junk - the boy transforms into a powerful fighter capable of taking down the invaders.  With Junk's guidance, Sadamitsu helps fulfill his new role - but with the arrival of a powerful enforcer known as the Vulture, his task won't be easy...

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sothis sothis says...

This could be a stretch, but I think there's enough of a similar feel to warrant a recommendation. Shingu and Sadamitsu are two sci fi tales that also seem surprisingly 'normal'. The main characters often embark on daily, non sci fi tasks and the action is coupled with a heavy dose of fun. Shingu is a lot more slice of life than Sadamitsu, and this may just be a gut feeling, but try it on for size.

Brigadoon Marin to Melan

Brigadoon Marin to Melan

The year is 1969, and strange things are happening on Earth: a strange formation known as Brigadoon has appeared in the sky, and mysterious alien machines have begun to attack a seemingly ordinary orphan girl named Marin! Luckily for her, Marin finds an artifact which summons the alien Melan Blue to protect her – but there is more going on between Earth and Brigadoon than meets the eye. However there is more going on behind the scenes between Earth and Brigadoon. Along with a cast of quirky characters, Marin must get to the bottom of what’s going on, lest both Earth AND Brigadoon be destroyed forever!

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Funkgun Funkgun says...

Both of these titles have a certain vibe that is both light hearted at times and can get serious as well. Shingu a tad bit more lighthearted than Brigadoon.

The over all "look" of the designs are very fresh and unique. 

Both deal with the same age kids. 

Vandread: The Second Stage

Vandread: The Second Stage

The final test of Hibiki, Dita, Meia, Jura and their friends on the Nirvana draws near as the battle with their enemy's mothership approaches. In order to triumph, Hibiki will have to discover his true self, and the pilots will have to build a comradery strong enough to deploy their ultimate weapon...

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cbsgoju cbsgoju says...

Both are pretty similar, but I think that Vandread is a little better. While they are both about fighting aliens and relationships about the main characters, there are some big differences. Vandread deals all in space and the relationship problems are on all whole new scale.