Kazuto Tokino lives his tranquil life attending high school by day and running the family bath house by night; but his peace is all set to change. One fateful day, the Beautiful Princess Valkyrie crashes her spaceship into Kazuto’s public bath, killing the high-schooler outright! In order to revive him, Valkyrie gives the teen half of her soul, with the unfortunate side-effect of reverting the princess back to a child in both body and mind. Now the young Valkyrie is moving in to the bathhouse and, with her brash sister Hydra and over-protective catgirl maid Sanada following close behind, it seems Kazuto’s peaceful life is long behind him…
Keiichi Morisato is just your average college student until one day, fate interjects as he makes a call for take-out food. Unknown to him, he reaches the Goddess Help Line, and contacts a goddess named Belldandy, who grants him a wish. Thinking it to be a joke, Keiichi wishes for her to be his girlfriend 'forever'.
Both of these series focus on an ordinary guy whose life is turned upside down by the appearance of a girl who he then falls in love with. While Valkyrie is laced with lots more ecchii than Ah! My Goddess, both series also include various seconadary female characters that cause havoc in the protagonist's life. If you liked that about one then you may want to try the other.
In Gintoki's Japan, the arrival of the various space races known collectively as the Amanto ended the era of the samurai. The Amanto's highly advanced technology resulted in total conquest and a severe economic shift. Now, former samurai such as Gintoki scrape together whatever livelihood they can. Gintoki's profession of choice is that of a yorozuya: he'll complete any job for money. However, he’s unmotivated; and spending most of the day on the couch with the latest issue of Jump and a carton of Strawberry Milk is his preferred pastime. It turns out that his new unpaid employees, Shinpachi and Kagura, are going to interfere with his pastime even more than with his "work"! Of course, none of this means he has really given up on his samurai ideologies!
Hina, otherwise known as Guardian Hearts, is sent to Earth on a mission to protect the peace... and with strict orders not to let anyone find out her identity. So when Kazuya accidentally sees Hina transform just when she comes to Earth, he is forced to take her home with him. Because it’s ok to know about a secret identity if you’re family, right? At least that’s what Hina believes! But as if living with Guardian Hearts isn’t troublesome enough, magic girls now seem to be appearing everywhere and revealing themselves to Kazuya! Can Kazuya survive the attentions – and jealousies – of so many girls? One thing is for sure, Kazuya’s days will be anything but dull!
In both titles poor (happy) male-protagonist is surrounded by weird girls (even aliens), which somehow constantly makes troubles. Besides, there are a lot of madness and ecchi, which inherent to both titles.
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.
While the focus of these two series is very different, they both share teh same sort of mix of comedy and ecchi. If you liked the wacky humour of one then it maybe worth your while cvhecking out the other.
In the midst of a peaceful slumber, Kirby and his spaceship take an unexpected nosedive to an unknown planet, and crash into Dream Land! There, Kirby discovers that the locals are being ruled under the whims of King Dedede, an ambitious and somewhat cruel fellow who has a hobby of buying evil beasts for great deals – beasts which he often sends Kirby’s way due to his hatred of the pink puffball! Behind the scenes is the Emperor of Darkness, Nightmare, who controls the galaxy and manufactures these beasts. After King Dedede destroys his spaceship, it seems Kirby is in for the long haul. Can Kirby help the people of Dream Land and stay alive in the process?
Both of these shows are about an emotional, childish, alien landing on a planet very diffrent to their own. Both of the characters have abilities which seperate them from the normal inhabitants of the planet they land on, and are almost instantley accepted into the local society which they choose to live in.