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Amaenaideyo!!

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  • Vol: 7; Ch: 42
  • 2004
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3.573 out of 5 from 62 votes
Rank #3,643
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Manga Relations

Manga Name Year Relation Type More Info
Amaenaideyo!! MS 2007 TBD

Anime Relations

Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Amaenaideyo!! TV 2005 TBD
Amaenaideyo!! Special DVD Special 2005 TBD
Amaenaideyo!! Katsu!! TV 2006 TBD
Amaenaideyo!! Katsu!! Special DVD Special 2006 TBD
Name Role
Toshinori SOGABE Artist
Toshinori SOGABE Author
Bohemian-K Author

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Xylice rated the Amaenaideyo!! manga 3/5 stars
Xylice is reading Amaenaideyo!! manga at 2 of 7 volumes
Xylice is reading Amaenaideyo!!
Roxyslife stalled Amaenaideyo!! at 1 of 7 volumes
Roxyslife stalled Amaenaideyo!! at 1 of 7 volumes

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wolfangel87

Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou and Amaenaideyo!! Involve lots and lots of fan service.  The main heroes of the story at first appear to be very weak characters but work their way up to the top using magic.

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wolfangel87

Girls, girls, girls!!!  In both Love Hina and Amaenaideyo the protagonist of the series is surrounded by girls. 

Magikano

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Magikano and Amaenaideyo have very similar connection between them with the male lead having unleashed powers within him.  There is of course an element of sexuality as the boys need to awaken their powers in some very interesting ways.