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gunslinger92 Dec 2004
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Both of these series contain very similar themes. Children must train to protect mankind from total annihilation. And alongside all their intensive training, they have to grow up a bit along the way, and deal with at least some of the problems of puberty.
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Ah! My Goddess

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Love Hina

Let me be perfectly frank. Both of these series are feel-good classics that you really can't live without seeing at least once. Despite the amusing circumstances, both seem to be very able to elicit deep emotions among the most hard-hearted of viewers.
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
Very similar series in the vein that children are entrusted with the lives of a whole bunch of people. Meanwhile, they have to deal with being children with a huge responsibility and little time to grow up like normal kids. Don't expect them to be extremely similar in the "thinking for yourself" area, as one is much more straightforward and easy to understand than the other. (You've probably got a pretty good idea about which is which after the first episodes)
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
On the surface, these seem like very different genres. However, both of these series require a large amount of deep thinking in order to have any idea of what is going on. Don't expect to understand everything on the first run through either, and be prepared to have to watch it with your full attention if you want to get the full effect.
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
YOU MIGHT LIKE

Noir

Keep in mind that both of these series are very dark. And not just in mood. Most of the action will take place in dimly lit rooms and will be somewhat confusing. Also, don't expect to understand what is going on just by watching. Much of the meanings are rather subtle and open to interpretation
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Noir

Keep in mind that both of these series are very dark. And not just in mood. Most of the action will take place in dimly lit rooms and will be somewhat confusing. Also, don't expect to understand what is going on just by watching. Much of the meanings are rather subtle and open to interpretation, so if you like figuring things out for yourself, here's a good chance to do just that.
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Love Hina

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Ah! My Goddess

Let me be perfectly frank. Both of these series are feel-good classics that you really can't live without seeing at least once. Despite the amusing circumstances, both seem to be very able to elicit deep emotions among the most hard-hearted of viewers.
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

.hack//SIGN

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Noir

Both of these series contain a "lost" character, with very little knowledge of their past. And so, off they go to search for the meaning of their existence. If you enjoy searching for the real meaning of the series instead of having it handed to you bluntly, both of these shows will not leave you wanting.
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Noir

YOU MIGHT LIKE

.hack//SIGN

Both of these series contain a "lost" character, with very little knowledge of their past. And so, off they go to search for the meaning of their existence. If you enjoy searching for the real meaning of the series instead of having it handed to you bluntly, both of these shows will not leave you wanting.
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Love Hina

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Azumanga Daioh

Let's just put it this way. Both are filled with cute girls, each of which has her own well-developed personality, that are constantly being put in situations that just beg to be laughed at. But beware of the "ultra-cuteness" factor if you happen to suffer from diabetes or if you don't want cavity after cavity.
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Azumanga Daioh

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Love Hina

Let's just put it this way. Both are filled with cute girls, each of which has her own well-developed personality, that are constantly being put in situations that just beg to be laughed at. But beware of the "ultra-cuteness" factor if you happen to suffer from diabetes or if you don't want cavity after cavity.
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
Both of these series contain very similar themes. Children must train to protect mankind from total annihilation. And alongside all their intensive training, they have to grow up a bit along the way, and deal with at least some of the problems of puberty.
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
Very similar series in the vein that children are entrusted with the lives of a whole bunch of people. Meanwhile, they have to deal with being children with a huge responsibility and little time to grow up like normal kids. Don't expect them to be extremely similar in the "thinking for yourself" area, as one is much more straightforward and easy to understand than the other. (You've probably got a pretty good idea about which is which after the first episodes)
gunslinger92
gunslinger92 Dec 2004
made a recommendation
On the surface, these seem like very different genres. However, both of these series require a large amount of deep thinking in order to have any idea of what is going on. Don't expect to understand everything on the first run through either, and be prepared to have to watch it with your full attention if you want to get the full effect.