All Morioka Kohei wants to be a regular photographer, but all he ever seems to capture on film is ghosts! With 70 percent of his photos inhabited by the undead, Kohei has managed to gain not only a reputation, but also a job at an occult magazine. Things couldn't be more "normal" until he is sent to a obscure castle where he photographs a mysterious girl with a knack at disappearing, thus piquing his interest to return. And thus, Kohei sets out on a journey that takes him into the heart of the occult, on a mission to help the cutest vampire in existence find her long lost mother!
Karin is a vampire, but as fate would have it she is a freak among her own kind; for Karin doesn’t drink the blood of her counterparts – she is cursed to be a blood maker, forcing her to inject her extra blood into her victims. What’s worse is that if she doesn’t find an outlet for the blood in time, it explodes in a massive nose bleed of impressive volume. In Karin's twisted day-going state, she finds it nearly impossible to find safe victims; so, nose bleeds are a major problem. When transfer student and new classmate Usui Kenta proves to have exactly the kind of emotions her vampire nature most enjoys, she finds herself in comedic dire straights!
Karin and Moonphase are anime that show us that vampires can be cute! Both series are romantic comedies with vampire-human relationships. The humor is similar in both; they mainly focus on the vampires' need for human blood for survival. So if you liked one you will probably like the other.
Both anime tell the story of a girl who is a vampire going against vampire laws. Each heroine eventually meets a boy who will make her life more interesting, taking her away from her family's standards and protecting her from the outside world. Both anime also have a romantic tendency, and deal with the impossible love between a vampire and a human. In different ways, these two series contain lots of comical situations caused by the vampire's behavior.
If you liked Tsukuyomi -Moon Phase- you'd also like: Karin or vice versa; both anime's feature a heroine that are cute and not creepy which is usually the case in most stereotypical vampire stories, in addition both main characters are somehow different from normal vampires.
Both Moon Phase and Karin use humor to tell a tale about a young vampire girl. In both stories you get a lot great gags and super funny family members, but also a great romance between the characters.
In a world where magic is a reality, the young Louise is at the bottom of her class. Dubbed "Zero" by her classmates at Tristein Academy (due to her zero success rate for magic), Louise (along with all first year students) was charged with summoning a familiar; and instead of a cute magical creature, the familiar arrived in the form of... Saito Hiraga, a normal Japanese boy who was abruptly teleported from his own world?! Can both Louise and Saito come to terms with their new and complicated "relationship" and (more importantly) help Saito find a way home?
Both stories involve the main girl who wants to make the main guy her servant which never works out. As the anime progresses, they build a lot better relationships.
Both series have tsundere type female leads, whom make unwilling servants out of the male lead. Over time both master and servant grow to love one another and the servant begins to want to protect his master/love intrest. Both series deal with the female lead being magical and both share a similar romanic comedy with a good bit of action and magic to make both series a solid adventure and over all plot outside of the romance. BOTTOM LINE: If you enjoyed one you will enjoy the other. At the very least one will remind you of the other.
For all you guys who wanted a kawaii girl to think she's got her claws into you, these two animes are just right for you. Louise and Hazuki share lots of charming dominance for you to enjoy!
Moon Phase and Zero no Tsukaima are very simiiar. Both have a young girl with super powers and both a boy who is a normal but wants to save the girl. In both stories you get a lot of adventure and a nice romance. Also both stories have a tsundere element to them.
With a past shrouded in mystery and a blank memory, Shiki Tohno seems to be just another "average high school student". That is, until he nearly kills a female vampire with his secret deadly ability to "see the lines". His journey to unlock the secrets of the Tohno family and unbury his own lost memories has only just begun, and now he must also help the woman, Arcueid Brunestud, find a lethal phantom named Roa, and kill it using his ability.
Tsukihime is another anime that deals with vampires and romance. The plot is somewhat alike: the female vampire is being chased and needs protection from a weaker human male. Tsukuyomi is more innocent, but it really does have quite a few similarities.
Whenever Kippei is at school, he has one thing on his mind: girls. From skipping class to cheesy lines, he'll do anything it takes to reel the ladies in, though he never seems to find the right person. But the bachelor lifestyle is soon to change when young Yuzuyu enters the picture. This five-year-old cutie has been abandoned by her mother, and is to be taken care of by none other than Kippei! Unfortunately for the both of them, Kippei has no experience raising a child, so the learning curve will be quite steep...
Aishiteruze Baby and Tsukuyomi Moon Phase are both anime that have touches of romance, comedy and drama. Aishiteruze Baby is more realistic and has more drama, but Tsukuyomi isn't really overflowing with comedy either.
Both male leads have their lives turned upside down when they become involved with these lolita vampires, Hazuki and Mina Tepes. Hazuki and Mina both have a bossy streak and view Kouhei and Akira as their servants, but as they develope a more sincere relationship, Kouhei and Akira realize there's something worth fighting to protect with these girls. Both good shows that involve the supernatural, Tsukuyomi has more humor while Vampire Bund has more action.