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Sakai Yuuji thought he was a normal high school student, until one fateful day when time stopped. Watching in horror, he witnesses a monster devouring the "frozen" people around him; but luckily for Yuuji, he is saved by a sword-wielding red-headed girl that calls herself a "Flame Haze". The girl informs him that he has been dead for some time now and that his current self is merely a replacement for the human that he used be while alive. He is, she says, merely a torch whose life will come to an end when the blue flame in his chest ceases to burn. After this rude awakening, Yuuji realizes that he is able to see the flames of life in other "torches"; and after discovering that a friend of his is also a torch -- and her life is burning out faster than his – he gains the courage to live out the rest of his life with meaning. Will Yuuji be able to find his place in the world before he ceases to exist?
The main resemblance between Tsukuyomi and Shana is the main character's behavior: she complains all of the time and gets upset easily, but deep down she has a very nice and caring personality. In each, the character's relationship with a boy becomes the center of the plot, and romance becomes a comedic and regular occurrence. If you liked one, you'll surely like the other one too.
Taruto, a young cat-girl, lives with her masters, Iori and Kinako, in a world where she and any other cat-person appears to be nothing more than a normal animal. Believed to be the descendant of an ancient clan of cat-people with magical powers, Taruto can't help but make many friends and enemies in their new home of Okashina. Can Taruto discover her roots, while managing to not foul up her magical powers at least once? Only time and an awful lot of practice will tell!
The mood of Tsukuyomi and Magical Meow Meow is quite different, but both have a rather similar plot: a princess (either a vampire or catgirl) has escaped and is being looked for by baddies, and she takes shelter at a normal human's place. Magical Meow Meow is more of a comedic anime, whereas Tsukuyomi is tainted with romantic and ambivalent feelings
As an orphan whose life is in the hands of space pirates, Coud has had no choice but to survive on bravado alone. He has nothing to live for until he finds Ren entombed amongst the treasures in the pirate ship's hold, and awakens her. In addition to being mysterious and beautiful, Ren can transform into a battle sword to help Coud fight and prove his strength -- but with this strength comes the bitter realization that power alone is not enough. Now, in a race against time, Coud must endure betrayals and fierce battles as he struggles to return Ren to her home, before it's too late...
Naota Nanbada is a boring young boy who leads a boring life in a boring town. His older brother has left for America, and the closest he comes to any excitement is when his deadbeat dad has too much sake. But things change one day when a bizarre girl zooms up to him on a scooter and smacks him in the face with her guitar. What's more, once Naoto returns home he discovers that this strange woman has arrived ahead of him and moved in! Not only does she constantly engage in perverted activities with Naota's father and flirt with the young man himself, but she also claims to be an alien who is searching for the ‘Pirate King.' Now, Naota must learn to live with this new intruder, deal with an odd government agent who sports exceptionally large eyebrows and the mysterious Medical Mechanica, and come to terms with the fact that there are a variety of robots and weapons emerging out of his head - amongst other things. Perhaps boring wasn't so bad after all...
"FLCL" and "Moon Phase" both take would-be familiar anime tropes and rearrange them with tongue firmly in cheek. Though Moon Phase does try to be genuinely sweet and sentimental at times and FLCL doesn't give a f**k, both series are all about mixing it up. FLCL: a fighting robot comes out of a boy's head... to mainly watch birds and do housework. Moon Phase: bitten by a mysterious vampire-girl?... give her a set of neko-ears and put her to work in your grandpa's store. yup.
Rentarou has been running the Futaba Detective Agency with the help of his twin assistants Sara and Soujyu since the previous man in charge, his father, died. To top it off most people in the neighborhood refer to him as Nidaime, a second generation man who lives in his father's shadow. His late father was a great man that was looked up to by everyone good or bad including Rentarou. With problems from his father's legacy presenting themselves, Yakuza that sometimes want him dead, a workplace/home that keeps getting destroyed and Sara and Soujyu's growing feelings for him, will he ever live up to his father?
At first, you would think that those two shows are totally different, and still.. Yes the stories/themes don't have much in common, but here we're dealing with two totally whacky romantic comedies that deals with what I like to call borderline relationships (guy X twins, guy X loli). Sounds weird? Well those two shows sure are weird! But if you enjoyed one of the two, you'll most likely enjoy the other also.