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prozzaks Aug 2006
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Aria the Animation

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Aria the Natural

It hard not to recommend ARIA the Natural to people who have seen ARIA the Animation because ARIA the Natural is quite simply the continuation ARIA the Animation. ARIA the Natural starts a little while after the end of ARIA the Animation.
prozzaks
prozzaks Aug 2006
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Haibane Renmei

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Aria the Animation

Just as ARIA takes place in Neo-Venezia on Mars that was terraformed into Aqua, the story told Haibane Renmei happens in a fantastic city confined within walls. Both animes show places that are not totally impossible yet somewhat fantastic and mysterious. Both animes are also centered around female characters and men only have supporting roles. They also give a great importance to the relations and emotions of the characters. Fortunately, they avoid the cheesy romantic clichés of most animes that feature only girls. The stories of theses two animes are quite different, yet the have similarities. They both present a characters who has recently arrived in the “fantastic enclosed world” mentioned above. Haibane Renmei is much more dramatic then ARIA, but ARIA places just as much emphasis on the emotions the characters are feeling. Both animes also have great soundtracks that add a lot of depth and ambiance to the beautiful scenery they present. I would like to warn people who have seen Haibane Renmei about one thing : ARIA has a quite annoying character that is supposed to be a cat even though it doesn't look a bit like it, acts like a human and it makes annoying sounds. I believe the story would have been a lot better with a normal cat. If you can ignore that, I'm sure you can enjoy ARIA just a much as Haibane Renmei.
prozzaks
prozzaks Aug 2006
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Aria the Animation

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Haibane Renmei

Just as ARIA takes place in Neo-Venezia on Mars that was terraformed into Aqua, the story told Haibane Renmei happens in a fantastic city confined within walls. Both animes show places that are not totally impossible yet somewhat fantastic and mysterious. Both animes are also centered around female characters and men only have supporting roles. They also give a great importance to the relations and emotions of the characters. Fortunately, they avoid the cheesy romantic clichés of most animes that feature only girls. The stories of theses two animes are quite different, yet the have similarities. They both present a characters who has recently arrived in the “fantastic enclosed world” mentioned above. Haibane Renmei is much more dramatic then ARIA, but ARIA places just as much emphasis on the emotions the characters are feeling. Both animes also have great soundtracks that add a lot of depth and ambiance to the beautiful scenery they present. I would like to warn people who have seen Haibane Renmei about one thing : ARIA has a quite annoying character that is supposed to be a cat even though it doesn't look a bit like it, acts like a human and it makes annoying sounds. I believe the story would have been a lot better with a normal cat. If you can ignore that, I'm sure you can enjoy ARIA just a much as Haibane Renmei.
prozzaks
prozzaks Jun 2006
made a recommendation
Some animes put ambiance and feeling above everything else. Yokohama Kadashi Kikkou : Quiet Country Cafe and Aria the Natural are two such animes. If you enjoy the scenery in Aria the Natural, you will probably be swept away by what you will find in Quiet Country Cafe. Both anime give the feeling that time flows at a slower pace; you get the time to enjoy the small things in life. Futhermore, as mentioned above, the ambiance is the most important aspect of theses animes. Therefore, music plays an important part in the mood the animes give you. Both anime feature music by Choro Club. Music plays an even greater role in Quiet Country Cafe, because there are some scenes, where absolutely no action takes place, but the music is there to make it all worthwhile. As a final note, if you feel that there is not enough happening in Aria the Natural, you will probably be bored to death by Quiet Country Cafe. However, if you feel yourself getting lost in the mood and you love contemplating the beatiful scenery in Aria the Animation, you will surely fall in love with Quiet Country Cafe.
prozzaks
prozzaks Jul 2005
made a recommendation
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Azumanga Daioh

YOU MIGHT LIKE

School Rumble

You laughed your head off with Azumanga Daioh? Well, get ready for another serving of comedy! School Rumble features the same kind of humor that can been seen in Azumanga Daioh. Also, the drawing style of both animes is quite similar. One element not found in Azumanga Daioh that's present in School Rumble is romance. Fortunetly, the creators of School Rumble choose not to bore us with yet another high school, puppy love, rose scented shallow romance series and, instead use it to humorus ends.
prozzaks
prozzaks Jul 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Samurai Champloo

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Rurouni Kenshin

If you like katana fights, "the way of the samurai" and that you enjoyed Samurai Champloo, you might also appreciate Kebshin. Both series take place in Japanese history, however, Samurai Champloo make a point of distorting history in the favor of humor that Kenshin so direly lacks. As in Samurai Champloo, there are meny episode that are strictly filler and do not contribute anything to the story. However, once again, Samurai Champloo gives you laughts when Kenshin might make you want to do something else. In the end, I would recommend Kenshin to the people that really like sword fights and never ending combat scenes in the setting of Edo and Meji period.