Mii-kun, Conny and Isao learn to write – kind of. Kaede’s mandrake gets loose, and the gang sets out to bring it home before the unthinkable happens.
White, Round, Tiny, Wimpy, and Ready
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It's Scary When Someone You Care About Gets Sick
You Can't Play Tag by Yourself, and It's Fun to Play With Others
Go Away Kindness, Go Away Fear
I can't grow all at once, so I'll grow over time
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Kind Hands, Warm Hands
A Surprise From Afar
I Want to Be With You Forever and Ever
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When Ryuichi and his 2-year-old brother Kotaro's parents die in a plane crash, the brothers are adopted by a woman who lost her son in the same incident: the wealthy chairwoman of Morinomiya Academy. She's empathetic to the brothers' plight, but her kindness has a cost: she's opened an on-site daycare for the staff's children, but doesn't have enough people...
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Both give focus to cute characters and their antics, but also explore themes like conflict resolution and emotional reflection.
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They both depict a warming story about bonds of friendship and family. Of course, the CUTENESS IS SO ALIKE !!
Hinowa Tomari, a completely ordinary high school boy, is summoned by his homeroom teacher one day and informed that he's been selected to become the wife of a mysterious creature called Kanenogi. Despite their uncertainty, the new couple registers their marriage... and starts a surprisingly happy new life together?! And thus the sugary-sweet married life of...
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Both are cute as heck series with each character getting an adorable pet/husband that's some form of adorable monster.
very sumular vibs in both of them but i'd say ' how to keep a mummy' is cuter bacouse the creatures are so small T^T
Both of these are absurdly adorable. They are focused on the interactions between humans and otherwordly creatures- and communication between the two groups. Both also have comedy elements that keep them light and happy.
Miss Kobayashi is your average office worker who lives a boring life, alone in her small apartment–until she saves the life of a female dragon in distress. The dragon, named Tohru, has the ability to magically transform into an adorable human girl (albeit with horns and a long tail!), who will do anything to pay off her debt of gratitude, whether Miss...
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- Mythology themes/ otherworldly beings living with humans
- slice of life
- Dragon Maid is more chaotic humor, focusing on relationships
- How to Keep your Mummy is more cute and calm, focusing on friendship and mythology.
Both are great in their own way if you are looking for something light that will make you smile
Both incredibly cute, light and funny shows to brighten your day when you're feeling down. Both have supernatural elements and are very sweet.
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