As Hachiman continues his narrative of his school life, tension rises in the room as Yui attempts to break away from her social group. If that wasn’t enough, the club has received a new request from a unique visitor.
Youth Romantic Comedy is Wrong, as I Expected
All People Surely Have Their Own Worries
Sometimes the Gods of Rom-Coms Do Nice Things.
In Other Words, He Doesn't Have Many Friends
Once Again, He Turns Back on the Path from Whence He Came
His Beginning With Her Finally Ends.
Anyway, Getting No Rest, Even Though it's Summer Break, Just Isn't Right.
One Day, They Will Learn the Truth.
For the Third Time, He Turns Back on the Path from Whence He Came.
The Distance Between Them Remains Unchanged as the Festival is Becoming a Carnival.
And So the Curtain on Each Stage Rises, and the Festival is Festivaling Its Very Best.
Thus, His and Her and Her Youth Continues to Be Wrong
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Ayanokouji Kiyotaka has just enrolled at Tokyo Koudo Ikusei Senior High School, where it's said that 100% of students go on to college or find employment. But he ends up in Class 1-D, which is full of all the school's problem children. What's more, every month, the school awards students points with a cash value of 100,000 yen, and the classes employ a...
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Both are school life anime consisting of a sarcastic male lead with a female alternative who is equally as cynical as well as a cheerful character who tries to get involved with the two.
The two main characters are near identical in terms of personality and way of thinking in a school setting. Very hypothetical and observant of sociology.
the main characther is asocial individual trying to integrate with society, however both MC are extremely inteligent in contrast with those around him.
Kodaka is a delinquent. At least, that’s what his fellow classmates seem to think. Thanks to his naturally-blonde hair and an unfortunate series of misunderstandings, the boy can’t seem to shake his false reputation and hasn’t made a single friend. That is, until one day he overhears the normally-aloof Yozora enthusiastically chatting with...
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While the male progtagonists greatly differ there is some overlap in the girls they hang out with. The story in Haganai is more romantically harem orientated while Yahari leans more toward comedy. Haganai's male lead is a social outcast because of his hair colour while Yahari's distanced himself after getting a bad start and developted a scewed point of view on the world.
Both shows are essentially harem comedies, Haganai focuses more on the romantic side of things, and Yahari definitely focuses more on comedy. Both shows center male lead who's a social outcast, Haganai's because of his hair colour, while Yahari's is more an outcast by choice after a bad start to his new school life. The main difference between the two series is the quality in writing, with Haganai relying more on pretty girls and simple humour to draw you in, while Yahari excels in creating a balanced group of well written characters and more complex comedy. If you liked one, chances are you will find the other entertaining.
Both Yahari and Boku wa Tomodachi (Haganai) follow to socially backwards (or social reject might work better) male leads, Haganai's lead is assumed to be a dellinquent due to his natural blonde coloured hair meaning people avoid him whilst Yahari's lead has a bad view on people and holds no interest in interacting with them. Yahari's lead is built with a well written and strong character making it some good fun to watch and offers lots of laughs but also maybe even some understanding for viewers who might who had social troubles in school, whilst Haganai is built a little more on romantic interaction between the male lead and who fellow club (of all females). Esentially both are romantic comedy though Yahari puts more effort into comedy whilst Haganai is a little more for choosing which girl you want to win. Yahari is structured and written very well meaning you will need to pay a bit of attention to enjoy it to the fullest whilst offering a level of underatanding whilst Haganai is a little more focused on the cute girls and simple comedy which combine for both shows real well.
Tomoko Kuroki is eager to begin her new, glamorous, and romantic high school life where she’ll surely become popular and have all the guys vying for her affections. Her plan is sure to succeed, having prepared vigorously by already dating 100 guys... who happen to be video game characters! But when months pass and she can’t seem to get...
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Both shows feature a main protagonist who's a bit of a social outcast, and one that many viewers can easily relate to in one way or another due to the situations each find themselves in, and how each deals with said situations.
The differences are that Watamote focuses almost exclusively on the comedy, and while Yahari certainly has plenty of humour, it places most of it's emphasis on the drama side of things. Overall it's also a more uplifting show than Watamote is, not that that's saying much.
Both the main characters are loners (but tomoko is a more serious one) and have the same worldview regarding friends and social life ( at first.) But the only difference is that Hikigaya manages to have friends later, while Tomoko does not.
It's like a gender swap thing. Anyway love it hate it I don't care but for me I like it both.The ost of watamote is a + too.