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Runaway sisters Izumi and Mitsuki have a problem. They've got no place to go! That is, until Yoshitaka Nakabayashi, a teenage orphan rich beyond their wildest dreams, offers them jobs as maids. It seems like a dream come true... for all of a few minutes. From spy cameras in the sauna to fetish wear as uniforms, Yoshitaka will stop at nothing to gratify his own perversities, with or without the girls' consent. Can the girls stave off his advances with the help of their hyperactive pet alligator, or will they end up doing service a lot more personal than just cleaning house?
I was elated when I started to watch "He is My Master". It wasn't really much that I liked the anime, but the similarities and different aspects of it compared to "They are my Noble Masters" was refreshing and sorta kinlike. While both series focus on protagonists that are down on their luck with no job and little to no money. In both series they find jobs as maids/housekeepers to some wierd, and heavily echii hosts all the while fullfilling their duties, and denying some of the others lol. I found the transition between these 2 animes was one of the easiest I've had.
yet again a pair of peas in the pod they both have unfortunate runaways that turn into Butler/maids Both main have their own personal reasons that the run away giving them all a realistic touch. some problem are easyly related to will others will just keep you guessing and wanting more.
Similar setting, content and what not. I like both of them to be honest and I think viewers one will enjoy the other :p
Very much alike, i recommend it! They are bother perverted and I think they are both good! Watch and find out!!
If you liked He is my master or They Are My Noble Masters, you'd like the other because....both are similar how they both deal with kids running away from there home for one reason or another. And end up becoming a butler/maid they both Ecchi and maids of course and a Harem feel to it and Perverted Masters in them.
The two of these anime are entirely similar. They feature a group of runaways who are then taken in by masters that are perverted in some way. The feature the usual ecchi situations, and more!
If you've seen one, then the other is right for you!
When Hayate was young, Santa appeared in a dream and told him that if he worked hard, he’d be rewarded. Thus, with an unbreakable will, the unfortunate Hayate has struggled through life holding onto that belief. In the present, his parents are lazy and unemployed, forcing Hayate to work several jobs to pay the bills. As if things couldn’t get worse, Hayate’s parents then run away, leaving him with an enormous debt and loan sharks on his tail! Naturally, the best solution to find money fast is… to kidnap someone?! A girl named Nagi is the target, but due to an unfortunate miscommunication, she believes Hayate has proposed to her and falls for him hard. After Nagi paid off his debt, Hayate must now work as her butler in order to repay her; but first, he must adapt to her wacky world!
Both of these animes have a similar plot line to them. The butler in training is hired due to the head of the house taking interest in him. Both animes show how the protagonist getes used to the life of a butler and all the weird things that come from being one.
Oh for the love of God do I need to explain? Both are commedies about down on their luck guys who get hired as a butler by some rich chick. The biggest difference is They Are My Noble Masters is much much more ecchi. So if you like the comedy of They Are My Noble Masters, but wouldn't mind a downgrade in ecchiness then you'd love Hayate the Combat Butler.
Well Hayate the Combat Butler and They are my noble masters are much alike.
In both there is the butler - master love/interest relationship and in both series the butler goes through training to become great butler.
They are my noble masters has more ecchi theme, but i'll pretty much think that when you are laughing at Hayate the combat butler's jokes you'll forget the ecchi :D
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On scholarship, Hino Akiharu has transferred to Hakureiryou Academy to become a member of the Servent Education program, destined for life as a butler in the houses of the fabulously wealthy. But on his first day, a chance accident causes him to land hands-first on the chest of the school's most voluptuous and prestigious student, Selenia Iori Flameheart. Now, struggling under the punishing Servent-Ed curriculum, tormented by his childhood friend Tomomi and annoyed to no end by the pompous Selenia, Hino has to find a way to make his grades, make some friends, and make it through at least one day without stumbling upon an unfortunate, naked coed!
A butler protagonist, maids, BOOBS, a harem transcending both social class and order, panty shots, comedy, simple plot, nudity; need i say more.
I guarantee both animes will appeal to us, perverted folk. Kimi (They are my noble masters) is way more developed plot-wise, and contains several parodies of famous action shounens. Also, the settings differ - Kimi follows the traditional servant type situation, which involves a mansion ofc, while LvB mainly focues on a special Private Academy that teaches the high class proper etiquette, while teaching the lower class students to be proper maids and butlers- although, both do involve the main protagonists learning what it takes to become butlers.
All in all, if you like one, you'll like the other. Two peas in a pod.
Looking for ecchi comedies involving butlers and other servants? Then these two will probably help out.
Both animes revolve around a male protagonist butler serving their female masters. In Ladies Versus Butlers!, the protagonist is at a high class school for rich girls and servants, while in They Are My Noble Masters, the protagonist and his sister land a job as servants for three rich sisters after running away from home.
Hiro Hiyorimi is a boy who moved to the city to live with his sister; but as he was walking around town one day, he sacrificed himself to protect a girl from being hit by falling beams, and subsequently lost his life. Her name is Hime, and she is a princess who has the power to revive the dead with the flames of life. In return for reviving Hiro, he must work as a servant to protect her from any harm that comes her way. Yet even though Hiro now has a partially immortal life, his flames of life must be recharged daily or he will die yet again. Hime’s life is targeted by her siblings because the throne of the royalty is at stake, so Hiro must step up as a faithful servant to protect her life at all cost!
When I watched "Kimi ga Aruji de Shitsuji ga Ore de", I really felt watching "Kaibutsu Oujo". characters and the idea of the both are far similar, just that the first is a comdey theme!
The aura of both Ojou-sama is quite the same and their interaction to their servants is quite amusing. If you enjoyed any of these I think you will enjoy the latter.
Naeko and Kousuke Fujiwara have just been given a gift from their grandfather: the mess of a mansion they live in will now be cared for by two capable maids – Fubiki, a beauty that appeals to Kousuke’s fetish; and Kogarashi, a huge, strong man who will perform his maid duties to his fullest! What the two don’t know is that they are the last in line for their family’s inheritance, and these two “maids” have been hired to protect them. For Kousuke, this new life is a dream come true; but for Naeko, her mammoth, gravity-defying breasts will never be safe from Kogarashi or any other male’s antics again!
Although there are many differences we can see the two problematic families without parents, who have their servants looking after them, all having their different portions of supernatural(like) powers, and their overwhelming links for their masters.
The emotional connection between masters and servants in Kamen no maid Guy and They are my Noble Masters is amazing. The servants in these series will do absolutely anything for their masters even with the chance of risking their lives and just about do.