Invaders of the Rokujyouma!?

Alt title: Rokujyoma no Shinryakusha!?

Invaders of the Rokujyouma!?

Invaders of the Rokujyouma!? Episode 3 - Friends and Promises

The lot continue to fight over the room, and eventually decide to use the inter-club obstacle course marathon as their next battleground. Koutarou and Harumi enter as part of the Knitting Society, along with Sanae. Theia and Kiriha get their underlings and make their preparations.

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Episode 1

The Invasion Begins!?

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Episode 2

More Invasions?!

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Episode 3

Friends and Promises

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Episode 4

Swimming and Plots?!

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Precious Charms

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Cultural Festivals and Beetles?!

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My Knight

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An Evil Magical Girl Appears?!

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The Sun and a Rainbow

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The Earth Empire vs. The Sun Squad

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Invasion Going Well?!

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Scythes Scythes says

Both series feature a bunch of supernatural girls who shouldn't exist in the same universes together. Seems legit.

BSLIONS BSLIONS says

I really liked Kore Wa Zombie desu ka? Also have really like what I've seen from the first few episodes of Rokujyoma no Shinryakusha. As far as similarites, both very funny, both feature a bunch of different types of girls with different powers living under one roof with one lucky/unlucky guy.

SugarTitSenpai SugarTitSenpai says

Rokujouma and Kore wa zombie, Are very a like but ina weird way different.

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Both of those anime are based on comedy harem light novels. What they have in common (and probably less in common with generic harem LNs) is that the characters are super friendly with each other and that the series is actually quite hilarious. To tell the truth the adaptation of Kanojo ga Flag wo Oraretara wasn't all that well made and the things mentioned above were less present there. Nonetheless, if you liked one of those anime, there is a big chance you'll like the other one too.

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faizal101 faizal101 says

I really liked Shinryaku! Ika Musume as it's really funny and Shinryaku! Ika Musume is also about invasion and is supernatural