It was just a juvenile search for adventure that brought young mystic Nakahito face to face with the android mega-weapon, Kurumi. With just a kiss, she is activated and answers only to him. Now they embark on a comedic journey that will carry them across Japan to discover the secrets of the Steel Angels and how such technology has come to exist before the advent of television. In their travels they will encounter spies, army agents and rogue Steel Angels but the real discoveries lie in the heart of a young teen and the miracle he has awakened with a kiss.
On a day that seemed ordinary, a spaceship crash landed in Tokyo bay, filled to the brim with beautiful aliens that would come to be known as DearS. Since that day, though all of Japan seems to have gone DearS-crazy, one high school boy named Takeya it still not impressed by the phenomenon. But things change for Takeya when he finds a lone DearS girl on the side of the road, who forces herself into his apartment, and his life! Now, he must brave a plethora of complications, misunderstandings, and embarassments, when all he wants to do is be left alone!
Both series deal with a master-servant relationship between the two main characters. The women in both series want nothing more than to serve their master, while both of the men are hesitant to take the role of master. However, in Steel Angel Kurumi, Nakahito is kind and caring towards Kurumi in the very beginning, while in DearS, it takes Takeya a while to warm up to Ren and show he cares. Both series are ecchi comedies with dark undertones, so I'm sure if you liked one, you'll like the other.
Yukinari is blessed with an clinical fear of women, commonly known as gynophobia. In addition to his mental ailment, he has the misfortune of being short and weak, making it easy for women to overwhelm him further. Even when his childhood friend, Kirie, approaches him, he immediately breaks out in hives. Thus, life is very lonely for Yukinari, until suddenly in the strangest way possible, he is transported into another world, and into the arms of the beautiful shoujo, Miharu! This time, for the first time ever, he doesn't react. Could this be the start of something special?
If u like pink hair beauties then these 3 shows are just for u. All have nice scene shots of them. They are all 18 and over. All 3 shows have their uniqune way of comedy plus the main boy charters are all inocent like. In these 3 shows 2 of them start out the same way and thats Girls barvo and To love Ru. They both start out with the main charter girl showing up in the bath tub of the guys home mysteriously and u find out how and why these 2 beauties showed up at their place. AS for Steel Angel Kurumi the main charter boy found her and how they meet is prety nice if u watch the show to find out how it all happened. Also all 3 of these shows are fantasy type so if like fantasy then these 3 are for u. This all i will stay about these 3 shows i dont want reveal the plot of them so i hope u want to whatch them and like them as much as i did, thanks for reading.
Kazuya Saotome is an electrical engineering student with a passion for computers, building his robot squid, and programming. One day he receives May, a hand sized cyberdoll, in a package from Cyberdyne Co. as a revenge tactic planted in a CD from his rival. With a little help from May to clean up his act, he may even be able to win over the heart of Kasumi, his landlord's daughter.
Takasu Ayako can handle anything; duels with foreign powers and assassination attempts don’t faze her. But can she handle falling in love? Fellow students at the prestigious school for Beatrice users are shocked to hear that their "Angel of Death" Ayako, who has never even shown a smile before, has fallen in love at first sight with the diminutive freshman Yoshimura Mamoru. Mamoru must decide how to respond to the sudden confession of love, the resulting fascination of his fellow students, and the dangers of being near Ayako. Will his own powers ever measure up?
Both anime feature a super powerful female lead who fights to protect her shota love interest. Neither of the series has a strong plot, but at least for once the male lead is not subjected to beating every 5 seconds. If you liked one of the series, you could give the other one a try.
Hiroshi Karigari is a mad scientist, is in love with the beautiful tennis star Marie, and is incredibly lonely. So lonely, in fact, that he decides to create his own robotic version of Marie to enjoy for his own! Though she is content, at first, with assuming the role of Hiroshi’s “brother”, Marie soon finds that she wants him as more than a friend… but difficulties await! From childhood rivals to the affections of the human Marie, plenty of obstacles lie in the path of romance. Will machine or human love win the affections of the bumbling Hiroshi? Only time will tell…