In the future, solving economic negotiations is as simple as pie. Selected representatives battle it out in agile spaceships while innocent civilians are out of the picture, and the pilots themselves are also protected via a teleportation system. Terra’s team, with only three of four members needed, is struggling to win against the infamous Red Snappers – but they have a plan. The gifted engineer Curtis Lawson has developed a prototype ship, and he knows just who should pilot it: Yohko Yamamoto, a video game ace from the past! After recruiting her to the future to join their cause, Terra’s team suddenly has a much higher chance of success. Along the way, the girls also have plenty of time to explore cities, and even put a stop to a derelict ship that threatens not only Earth, but the entire galaxy!
In a far and distant future, men and women have become mortal enemies. Each living on seperate planets, an interstellar war is being fought between the two very different peoples. Hibiki, a mere 3rd class worker, finds himself in the middle of a huge space battle, facing the nemesis of mankind: Womankind!
Vandread and Yohko share much in common: space adventures filled with ships and battles; a small amount of ecchi; and steadfast characters who enjoy ample amounts of joking around and teasing. That being said, Vandread is much, much better; it has a cohesive story and is generally interesting to watch, unlike Yohko.
Life on Earth was changed forever when the SE, the Space Emigrants, invaded. Now, the human population has been driven underwater, and hides in the shelter of aquabases deep at the bottom of the sea. With time running out, humanity launches its final attack, and best weapon: the Angels. These cybernetic women are humankind's last hope of survival against the invaders.
Voogie's Angel and Yohko OVA 1 involve groups of girls who battle it out in sci fi settings. Both have a similar mood and feel (perhaps given the time period they were created in) and overall should appeal to the same fans.