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A breeze flutters the lovely silver hair atop the head of a young man wearing a uniform so black, it seems to be mourning something. His name is Hyoubu Kyousuke. He commands the criminal esper organization P.A.N.D.R.A. and continues to soar on midnight black wings through the dark sky, going so far as to start a revolution for the sake of his brethren who share his psychic powers. The antagonist hero of Shiina Takashi's original work, Zettai Karen Children, is the star of the original story in this new spin-off anime! Fight back against the fate of time itself, and set infinity loose!
Although Amazing Twins is a show with only two episodes if you want more you should check out Zettai karan childeren: the unlimited, but vice-versa Amazing Twins is a great ESP show to watch if you want more after watching Zettai.
Both show feature ESP with powers that differentiate per character, in both the non-ESP people are in fear of those that do have such power. The main difference between these two is the tone of the show, Zettai is obviously a darker show then Amazing Twins, but it has enough battles to keep you entertained. That's why I think if you liked one, you'll like the other as well!
"Minimum"— Otherwise known as "small miracles", is a special power that only manifests within a few, select humans. Those who possess this ability are called "Minimum Holders." 2014: Yokohama. The detective duo of Nice and Murasaki, otherwise known as "Hamatora," wait again today for work with their friends at a table at Cafe Nowhere that they use as their agency. Suddenly, a job they receive seems to have a weird connection with the serial killer that their police friend, Art is searching for.
Although Amazing Twins is a show with only two episodes if you want more you should check out Hamatora an show who also uses ESP but with a different twist.
Both show feature ESP with powers that differentiate per character, in both the non-ESP people are in fear of those that do have such power. In Hamatora the people with ESP all have a different way of starting it(removing their glasses etc) whilst in Amazing Twins they can call upon this powers whenever they need to. Hamatora is a bit more story driven but it has a lot of battles as well. Amazing Twins might just be a two episode series but it can be great if you want more ESP-battle-type shows. If after Amazing Twins you'd want more of such battles check out Hamatora
Kuma is a typical friendly sentient stuffed bear -- that is, until he gets angry and transforms into Super Kuma-san, protector of all that is good and pure! With a homicidal doll on the loose, Kuma-san is up to his paws in trouble. Can he stop the carved beauty before it's too late?
Similar feel and setting in both series. There are also mauling teddy bears and superpowers involved. In terms of story there are a few parallels, but mostly going different directions, with Super Kuma-san slighting touching on the uncanny.
Main differences is different pacing (Super Kuma-san has a higher pace) and the main character being a bear in Super Kuma-san, where it's people in Zersumetsu Kigu Shoujo. Furthermore, if relevant, the artstyle is different
The sporty Nagisa and the bookish Honoka are ordinary middle school students, but when two strange creatures called Mepple and Mipple force them together to form the magical girl squad Pretty Cure, their differences soon give way to a developing friendship. But being a hero of the Light is not all roses! Will there be enough time for studying, playing lacrosse and cute boys in between their battles against minions of evil?
Both shows are primarily lighthearted shows including villains controlling large goofy monsters. The protagonist in Zetsumetsu Kigu Shoujo is an ESP power weilding girl with a ghost-twin who augments her sister. Hiding these powers they fight powerful enemies after something valuable. All these aspects share strong similarities with the Pretty Cure series, especially if you see the stuffed doll as an equivalent to the mascots in the Pretty Cure series.
In terms of differences, the most obvious one is the difference in size and the resulting room for more plot and character development. Other than that, both shows are shows which are well suited for a young public which loves to see a pair (or group) of girls fighting big monsters and winning over everyone with the power of friendship.
Guided by a star only they can see, a group of maidens known as HiMEs have begun to gather at Fuuka Academy. These young women have been endowed with dangerous supernatural powers that they can use to their heart's content, but there's a price: to wield them, they must put their most important thing on the line. Now, in the midst of school work and friendships, they find themselves caught in the midst of strange conspiracies seemingly related to the terrifying monsters that attack them. Is the power of the HiMEs strong enough to save themselves and the ones they love?
Actionladen series with a mostly female main cast weilding superpowers. A strong female main character and a similar "villain" is included as well and excursions into the comedy genre.
Main difference is the room for a lot more plot and character development in My-Hime due to its length. There is also a distinct school setting, wheras Zetsumetsu Kigu Shoujo has a work-life setting.