The college entrance exams are coming up fast and Ema learns how nice it can be to have the support of her siblings. But on the romantic front, many of them are also hoping for a response from her after the exams.
(Sub) Breaking Point
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After her father moves and leaves her behind, Yui Komori arrives at the mansion she must now call her home, unaware of the horrors that await her. For Yui’s new housemates are vampires, and she’s been sent to live with them by the church as their prospective bride-to-be. But what sounds like the subject of a romance novel soon turns to despair, as...
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Both anime are misogynistic to a varying degree -BroCon is milder in this aspect while Diabolik Lovers is blatantly misogynistic- about a young woman being forced to co-habitate with a gang of different guys all vying for her attention. Both are nominally romances of the reverse harem variety, if you count guys sexually assaulting a female as romance. Diabolik Lovers has the supernatural theme going while Brothers Conflict has a more realistic feel (if you get past the talking squirrel...), and the guys in Diabolik Lovers are more repulsive than the cast in BroCon0. Those are the biggest differences, really.
Fans of either show would do well to watch the other one, and if you hated one with all your heart and want some more brainrot to enrage you, why, it's just more of the same.
Both animes are really good. I also think that if you like Brothers Conflict that you will like Diabolik Lovers becasue they are both about a "sister" falling in love with her "brothers".
Reverse harems are the order of the day here. One is your classic reverse harem where all the guys inexplicably fall in love with the main girl a few seconds after meeting her, the other has the guys sexually and verbally abusing the leading lady at any and every given opportunity. Both are pretty misogynistic, with BroCon being milder than the vile Diabolik Lovers.
Each show is literally teeming with pathetic, abusive, arrogant, creepy and downright irritating sexual predators whos morals seem to be almost completely absent. Almost absent in the case of BroCon, but totally absent in the case of Diabolik Lovers, where sexual and verbal abuse is thrown around like confetti.
Plot wise, they share a few striking similarities. The main girl in each show is sent to live in a huge house with a bunch of strange boys she's never met. Each boy then falls in love with her in some shape or form. Classic shoujo reverse harem stuff really. Except that Diabolik Lovers has the supernatural aspect with it's vampires, and more sadistic with the rampant abuse it loves to focus on. BroCon, on the other hand, is more grounded in reality.
So if you like your reverse harems, and douchebag males then you'll likely find both entertaining. Likewise if you’re a fan of one you’ll probably enjoy the other. And if you’re the type who enjoys raging over terrible anime, then you’ll have a lot of fun here.
When Haruka gets the chance to take the entrance exam for Saotome Academy for the Performing Arts, it seems as though she’s one step closer to her dream of composing songs for her favorite singer, Hayato. However, this is no gleeful high school musical experience, and Haruka’s hiding a dreadful secret that may silence her musical ambitions...
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Chi and Nanami are both your typical, sweet reverse harem heroins that suddenly find themselves surrounded by gorgeous men of all different sorts. They got sweet, happy boys, tsundere boys, womanizer boys, anything.
Both Uta no Prince-sama and Brothers Conflict surround a similar female lead; one who is kind, forgiving and soft-spoken. Both girls are the centre of affection of an onseet of very different men.
The main characters in Uta no Prince-sama and Brothers Conflict are similar - both are very sweet, gentle girls who care more for the people around them than for themselves. They're both surrounded by too many interested young men. The audience is treated to a song and dance routine by the male characters every episode in the OP or ED, which is arguably the best part of some episdodes. The biggest difference? The boys in Brothers Conflict should be charged with sexual harrassment. That detail is the only thing that should keep fans of one show from liking the other.
Oh, and if you are a hardened cynic and just like to laugh at stereotypes in reverse harems, then both of these should draw a few chuckles.
Ouran High is a school for the extremely wealthy or, in Haruhi's case, the extremely talented. But no amount of talent will help when Haruhi accidentally drops an eight million yen vase in a music room. The vase was the property of Ouran High School Host Club, a group of attractive young men who, for a fee, provide their time and affections for their lovesick...
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While Yui is living with 10-13 guys in Brocon and Haruhi is simply partaking in club activities with a bunch of guys in Ouran, both series tackle harems and life revolving around a gal and her posse of good looking guys (Legit in Ouran for it being a host club and a given for Brocon. Both fill out the genre character requirements on what boys they should be, character types, but Ouran does it significantly more successfully than Brocon. Better comedy, better chemistry, no annoying talking animals, a better and stronger heroine and if memory serves, better romance and undeniably better development. Enroll in Ouran today and leave Brocon in the dust!
Both animes have to do with a girl who has a lot of hot men after her. The only diffrence is Ouran is a club and Brothers Conflict is siblings.
One girl and a bunch of guys, every one of which starts falling in love with the girl. Although they have a lot of differences, the feeling of it is very similar. Ouran is more funny and has fewer males. It deals with high schoolers in a club. Brothers Conflict deals with a larger range of ages and all are the girls new step brothers.