Zero no Tsukaima: Futatsuki no Kishi

Alt titles: The Familiar of Zero: Futatsuki no Kishi

If you're looking for anime similar to Zero no Tsukaima: Futatsuki no Kishi, you might like these titles. All recommendations are made by Anime-Planet users like you!

Tower of Druaga: the Aegis of Uruk

Tower of Druaga: the Aegis of Uruk

In the kingdom of Urak, the tower of Druaga is a source of fear and death; it is the cause of disease and monster attacks, and climbing it is impossible given the ferocity of the monsters within – until now. It is the Summer of Anu, a period that occurs once every five years during which the monsters are weakened. Jil, a guardian, is one adventurer whose goal is to reach the top level and slay the tower’s creator, the demon Druaga, and finally bring peace to Uruk with the help of a powerful artifact found within. However, Jil and his friends aren’t the only ones who aim for the top; it’s a race to the finish!

not rated

1 votes

I agree

Watch online

Reasons you might like Tower of Druaga: the Aegis of Uruk...

SaiAkuto SaiAkuto says...

Both series are really funny stories of a boy who is completely unsuitable for the role he has to play: a swordsman. In both stories the boy have to protect a witchand together they have a lot of advantoures on their way to love.

Lovely Complex

Lovely Complex

Lovely Complex is a story of a boy and a girl. The girl, Koizumi Risa, is much taller than the average Japanese girl; and the boy, Atsushi Otani, is much shorter than the average Japanese boy. Due to their immense difference in size and constant bickering with each other, the duo is unwillingly the school’s comic relief. As Risa and Otani continue to provide endless laughter for the masses, their friendship develops; and with that, so does Risa’s feelings for Otani...

not rated

1 votes

I agree

Reasons you might like Lovely Complex...

fizrox fizrox says...

Lively, energetic, vivid, cute, having thousands ideas per second, not so fortunate in love, but not so unfortunate either - this is how you would describe main female character of LC as well as ZnT. If the girl was what you liked about series, you surely will enjoy another one :)

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

The eccentric Suzumiya Haruhi wants nothing more than to meet aliens, time travelers and espers… but she’ll have to settle for the everyday Kyon instead! Along with the mysterious Itsuki and the vacant Mikuru, the duo forms the SOS Brigade – a club whose mission is to discover the mysteries of the world. Armed with a razor sharp wit and a skill for manipulation, Haruhi will stop at nothing to have fun at all costs, even at the expense of Mikuru’s dignity!

not rated

1 votes

I agree

Reasons you might like The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya...

KingFrost KingFrost says...

Both stories revolve around a girl who is looked down upon by her peers and find enjoyment with the main guy character. Both are in school settings, even though Zero no Tsukaima is set in a school of magic, mysterious and supernatural events occur in Suzumiya. Many of the characters share the same personality traits as well. Louise and Haruhi are bossy. Both Saito and Kyon are forced in some sense to be with the respective female protagonists.(FYI, not in forced in love, I couldn't find a better way to word this)i Also minor characters are very similiar too. Overall, both are very good and comedic animes.

Nagasarete Airantou

Nagasarete Airantou

After a fight with his father, the determined Ikuto decides to run away from home; but unfortunately for him, after boarding a cruise ship, he finds himself being thrown overboard in the middle of a freak storm! He regains consciousness on the inescapable island of Airantou – an island with plenty of trees, sunshine, and… dozens of gorgeous girls?! Ikuto now has an entire population of lovely ladies to fight over him, including the beauty who saved him from the sea, Suzu. Can Ikuto survive this so-called “heaven”, or is he doomed to remain on the island forever?

tags:

not rated

1 votes

I agree

Reasons you might like Nagasarete Airantou...

xkub4 xkub4 says...

Animes are really similar. Guy comes along to strange world where are beautifull girls. Finds one, who's her partner and the other girls try to steal him from her. You can find ecchi, harem and little romance in both

Nagasarete Airantou is similar to ZnT, ZnT FnK and ZnT PnR - all 3 series of ZnT and I think if you like ZnT then you'll also like Nagasarete and if you like Nagasarete, you'll like ZnT.

Ranma 1/2

Ranma 1/2

Ranma, raised to be a man among men, has a bit of a problem: he is half woman! While training in China he fell into a strange magic spring at Jusenkyo. Now, he is eternally cursed to change into a beautiful woman whenever he is hit by cold water, but that may be the least of his problems; his father has betrothed him to marry! There's never a dull day for Ranma as he attempts to find a cure for his curse, train to become stronger, and grapple with the fact that half of himself may be more feminine than his fiancée!

not rated

1 votes

I agree

Watch online

Reasons you might like Ranma 1/2...

GrnEydDvl GrnEydDvl says...

Both have a focus on a developing relationship between two people who are stuck together through circumstances beyond their control and who are trying to understand how to get along with each other, and if they even want to get along in the first place.  In both shows, the female protagonist is violent, exceedingly jealous, and constantly pushing away the male protagonist despite the fact that deep down, they know they want to be with him.  Both male protagonists have a series of women who fall in love with them and chase them down at all costs, often resulting in awkward situations and anger and jealosy from the female protagonist.  In addition, both male protagonists develop a strong desire to protect the female protagonist, despite the fact that the female protagonist could probably take care of herself.  And althought Zero no Tsukaima takes place in a magical world, while Ranma 1/2 takes place in modern Japan, both have strong elements of magic and fighting that are essential to the plot.  The humor, romance, magic, harem, and fighting elements make these shows a natural pairing.  If you liked one, you will probably like the other.