Satsuki warns Misaki about a group of stalkers targeting cosplay cafés, but Misaki isn’t worried. On a night when Misaki is closing the café alone, she is caught by the stalkers. It falls to Takumi to rescue her.
(Sub) Misa Is a Maid-Sama!
(Sub) Maid-Sama at the School Festival
(Sub) What Color Is Misaki? Natural Color?
(Sub) Net Idol Aoi
(Sub) First Time Minding the Shop
(Sub) Men and the Ayuzawa Cram School
(Sub) Enter the Student Council President of Miyabigaoka
(Sub) Misaki Goes to Miyabigaoka
(Sub) Maid-Sama Does Momotaro
(Sub) Sakura's Indie-Label Love
(Sub) The Secret of Takumi Usui Approaches!
(Sub) Maid-Sama and the Sports Festival
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Ever since their first meeting at six years old, Hikari Hanazono has struggled to defeat her rival Kei Takashima at anything, whether it be athletics or academics. To date she has proven unsuccessful, resulting in Kei constantly referring to her as "second place." In reality, Kei has been in love with Hikari for quite some time, but Hikari remains...
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They both are about school kids falling in love and have very similar art and characters. The type of shojou anime is much the same and the characters are about the same age. Overall, Special A and Kaichou wa Maid Sama are very much alike.
Both anime are very much alike, the girl is working hard to overtake the guy, but the guy is always far off in front of her. Despite that, they have feelings for each other. the characters have very similar personalities, same art... however, kaichou wa maid-sama have more story development compared to special A.
Hard headed, strong, determined girl who hates to lose and is going to high school with a group of freinds with various fun and entertaining personalities? As well as the perfect, popular guy who likes to tease her? Well either of these fits these perfectly. I've also read the mangas of both. You couldn't love one without loving the either. Seriously, I suggest either one of these if you've watched the other. And even if you haven't seen either one yet you should definitely watch them both. Two animes that are bound to get you laughing in fits of tears at the right moments and shouting at the screen at others.
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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If Takumi Usui was split a la Voltron into his constituent parts, he'd become the Ouran High School Host Club. The Bones series also features a fish-out-of-water female protagonist with a no-nonsense demeanor acting as straight man while crazy boys flit through every scene.
If you love Misaki's man-wrangling, you'll enjoy watching the deadpan Haruhi Fujioka navigate the bishie-filled Ouran.
One is Harem one is reverse harem. Both are comedic with maids and the other with a host club and a cute 'non' couple caught up in the center :3
Haruhi is strong female lead just like Misaki. Although Haruhi may lack physical strength but she has emotional and mental to make up for it. They also don't take crap from people and are very likable. Both casts are lovable and the character designs are really nice. Also a school setting.
Everyone knows that lies can come back to bite you, but when Erika makes up a fake boyfriend to impress her new classmates, the results may literally end up hounding her forever! Yes, it was dumb, but what were the odds that the random guy whose picture she used would turn out to be a student at her own school? Or that said faux-boyfriend's silence would come...
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Both shows are very simmilar. Not only the plot, but even characters are very simmilar. The boy promises to keep the girl's secret in exchange of favors. Both male characters are popular and charming but act cruel toward the heroine. I didn't like "Kaichou wa Maid-sama!" due to Usui's rudeness and sadism, but Kyoya from "Wolf Girl and Black Prince" is much nicer and more protective.
Both series have the same funny air to them. Wolf girl and black pei,ce is a bit darker but its still hilarious :D
I liked both, although nothing beats Maid Sama! Both male leads are similar, and series is a romantic comedy.