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Yukino had it all. Brilliant, athletic, popular and pretty, she was the perfect school girl with many friends and admirers. But then one fateful day she met her match: a handsome young man named Arima. Now, not only is he beating her at her own game, she's becoming more and more dismayed to learn that she's developing her first real feelings of romance. Can Yukino maintain her model student appearance, or will love ruin all her plans?
These anime share:
- Similar artwork, though budget cuts in His and Her led to a sad decline in this beutiful element.
- Comedy. His and Her is more serious than Yamato Nadeshiko, but the dramatic comedy in the female leads' thought processes is a bit similar - I loved it.
- Romance, more profound in His and Her, but sweet in both
I think my favorite shared aspect is the acceptance, love, and humor given to the female leads. Both girls are slightly crazed, albeit in different ways, and the respective male lead complements their characters perfectly, taking care of their girl's special needs. It makes my maiden's heart sigh and grin.
Throughout the ages, fairy doctors served as liaisons between humans and fairies; but in the present time of the 19th century, fairies are nothing more than an old wives' tale. Nineteen-year-old Lydia Carlton is one of the only remaining fairy doctors and enjoys a quiet life in the countryside of England - that is, until the dashing Edgar, for mysterious reasons, whisks her away on a daring adventure. Said to be the descendent of the earl of the fairy nation, Edgar desires the noble sword of the merrow that serves as proof to his lineage. Though his motives and origins are questionable, Lydia now sets forth to help Edgar on his quest.
First of all, I know there are a lot of differences between Earl and Fairy and Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge. One's along the lines of a fairy tale set in Europe, the other is set in modern day Japan. Earl and Fairy has less comedy and the main character doesn't go into dimunitive form.
However, both anime have similar artwork, relatively innocent romance, and handsome male leads (some might even say stunning). More importantly, the female leads, despite their quirks, are pursued by at least one of the said young men. Isn't that every girl's dream?
If you enjoyed the romance and the charming guys in Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge, I think you'll enjoy Earl and Fairy, too (just get past the first four episodes). And if you liked Earl and Fairy and don't mind a bit more outrageous comedy, chances are you'd like Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Hange.
It’s now mid-February and, while Sawako continues to grow closer than ever to Chizu and Ayane, her relationship with Kazehaya has skidded to a halt, with both parties still unable to admit to their feelings for each other. As another school year arrives however, a new man enters Sawako’s life, the flirtatious Kent – and he’s taken a special interest in the awkward teen! With a new man grabbing at his crush’s attention, Kazehaya’s patience is beginning to run out. But what exactly are Kent’s motives, and will Sawako ever be able to find a way to convey her sentiments to the boy she loves?
In a way these animes have a complietly differant feel to them,
The characters seem similar at least but the main male in wallflower is the polar opasite almost. Even thought there are so many differances, I find these two very similar... The feel of the ANIME is similar, and some of the characters desighn is similar... (although the most similar to wallflower is Ouran High School Host Club, Obviously ;))
In order to bridge the gap between humans and youkai, The Ministry of Spirit Affairs was formed. Military man Kei Agemaki is assigned to the new unit and seems to be the ideal candidate. He’s charming, polite, and a complete gentleman, but there’s just one problem: he’s absolutely terrified of spirits! When he arrives at the new headquarters, Agemaki is partnered up with a cute, yet brash, youkai named Zakuro. Now the unlikely pair must work together to solve the region’s spirit-related problems to help improve relations between humans and youkai, and maybe help Agemaki overcome his crippling fear while they’re at it.
Both feature a cast of characters that are very similar to each other--the hot/cold main character and male lead, the stoic, tall male, and the cutesy, young-looking male (with respective partners). If you like anime with these types of characters and the antics that happen because of their personalities, either are a good choice.
On Earth, humans live unaware of the many gods who watch over them and help maintain a sense of balance. But one day, a very special girl named Ichiko Sakura will come face to face with one in the flesh – Momiji, the goddess of misfortune! For Ichiko is unknowingly sapping good fortune from those around her, sporting abnormal levels of beauty, intellect, athletic skill and wealth, and it's up to Momiji to help put things back into order. There's just one problem: selfish Ichiko is fully satisfied with her life, and wants nothing of the sort! Determined to keep her mojo safe from the cranky goddess's giant syringe and wide array of bad luck "devices", Ichiko now must deal with a whole host of supernatural lunatics and the fact that her new tormentor has moved in as an unwanted house guest, all the while trying her best to stay as fabulous as possible!
Raunchy at times, off-color humor, and bizarre sitations are the hallmarks of Binbougami ga! and Wallflower. Though a bit darker than Binbougami, Wallflower has the same unexpected humor and character quality. Binbougami ga! centers around a female main character and her relationship primarily with the other females around her, Wallflower fits more into the 'reverse harem' theme. Both stories envolve growing up, introspection, and trials of being true to oneself while improving oneself.