Steel Angel Kurumi

Alt title: Koutetsu Tenshi Kurumi

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Mahoromatic

Mahoromatic

She cooks, she cleans, and is a lethal fighting machine. Mahoromatic, former Vesper battle android, has chosen to give up her weapons, extending her remaining life from 37 to 398 days. As Misato Suguru's maid, she fights battles of another sort, fending off an amorous teacher on one hand, ecchi magazines on the other. Can Mahoro save Suguru's innocence?

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NekoRocket NekoRocket says...

Romance and robotic mayhem make Mahoro kin to Kurumi. Running the full gamut of emotions, Mahoromatic is a good follow-up to Kurumi fans, with plenty of action and laughs for everyone.

nosut4321 nosut4321 says...

Both of these animes are about a female robot that fall in love with there "master". Also both animes are filled with fighting where the "master" is drawn into the fight at points. I highly recommend both animes for others to watch

TheGiftedMonkey TheGiftedMonkey says...

Robotic girls + Comedy + Ecchi, what more could you want? Each show has a colorful cast of characters and a nice plot with fantastic endings.

serge17 serge17 says...

Maids,robots,romance,young boy - and much more can be found in both series. Strangly this both anime have quite similar atmosphere. Althrought both main female characters are diffrent - nevertheless they want to make "masters" happy.

TohnoShiki TohnoShiki says...

These anime have a lot of similarities, both have Robot girls, and both have an unsuspecting young male character who ends up being looked after by them. There is a lot of funny moments in each and If you enjoyed one then you are more than likely to enjoy the other.

MrBlank MrBlank says...

Steel Angel Kurumi, and Mahoromatic are both great anime. They both involve a young boy and the female androids that take care of them, wether it be cleaning or fighting. Both series are enjoyable to watch as the emotions of the characters grow stronger and become apparent. Plenty of comedy, fun, and Ecchi for everyone to enjoy. If you liked one don't hesitate to watch the other!

Grach Grach says...

In both Steel Angel Kurumi and Mahoromatic, robotic maids develop bonds with their 'masters' who begin to have feelings for them. They also feature the secret organizations fighting behind the scenes theme, making them have similar reasons for the creation of the killer-cute robot maids. Throw in the ecchi that both contain (more so in Mahoro), and the setting is complete! Watch one if you enjoyed the other!

Maburaho

Maburaho

Kazuki Shikimori is a 17-year old junior studying at Aoi Academy, an elite school for the magically gifted. However, unlike enrollment to the school would suggest, his magical prowess is below-average. In fact, he can only use magic eight times in his life, or he will die. But not all is lost: Kazuki's family tree includes the latent genetic material for magical greatness. After that information leaks out, Kazuki suddenly becomes the most popular male student in the school, and girls from powerful magician families begin chasing him to get his genes.

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NoSanninWa NoSanninWa says...

If you enjoy lots of cute girls flirting with a likeable male lead caught up in fantastic events seasoned with lots of ecchi and comedy, then these two shows are for you. Kurumi is an action show while Maburaho is a comedy, but they are very much alike.

sublime sublime says...

Substitute magic for technology, add comedy and stir in heaps of ecchi. Leave to simmer at gas mark 9 and you'll have plenty of things to enjoy about Steel Angel and Maburaho if you loved one or the other.

JETC JETC says...

Sure one series has magic and the other is technological but there's a saying that goes that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic ;-) Besides, both series are fun to watch and ecchi-riffic.

sAsAk1 sAsAk1 says...

Both anime's have a cute girl that is seriously devoted to the main character. Magic is also a big part of both although Steel Angel Kurumi uses robots to show the supernatural. If you liked the humour in Maburaho, you will probably like the humour in Steel Angel Kurumi. The same kind of ...-Sama humour :)

TomikelT TomikelT says...

Both anime have the Male protagonist being chased by two to three girls. The main girl that is chasing him is the anime type who will do anything to please her master. In each anime the girls do the fighting and the guy does the support.

Heaven's Lost Property

Heaven's Lost Property

Ever since Tomoki was a boy, he’s dreamed that the girl he loves vanishes into the sky. However, while he’s convinced it’s just a dream, his classmate Sugata is convinced that it’s related to an alleged ‘new continent’ that’s floating around the planet. According to Sugata’s calculations it’s set to pass above their town at midnight, and sends Tomoki to check it out. Little did Tomoki know that at that moment, a scantily-clad angel would fall from the sky! Calling herself a pet-class Angeloid named Ikaros, she promises to fulfill Tomoki’s every wish. Now, Tomoki is able to manipulate panties and do equally as perverted things with ease; but what is Ikaros really here for, and are her motives as pure as they seem?

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metalheadotaku666 metalheadotaku666 says...

Boy activates a female android. The android calls him master.  Though it seems the male and female protagonists of both are opposites.  Kurumi is a loud character, while Ikaros is quiet.  Then Tomoki quite the pervert, while Nakahito, is pretty innocent.  Overall, if you like one you probably like the other.

OtakuSenseiHig OtakuSenseiHig says...

they both have silly and comical moments while getting dead serious at the end; while in kurumi the main charcter is not a pervert he still has his own merets just like Tomoki Sakurai

Hand Maid May

Hand Maid May

Kazuya Saotome is an electrical engineering student with a passion for computers, building his robot squid, and programming. One day he receives May, a hand sized cyberdoll, in a package from Cyberdyne Co. as a revenge tactic planted in a CD from his rival. With a little help from May to clean up his act, he may even be able to win over the heart of Kasumi, his landlord's daughter.

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NekoRocket NekoRocket says...

For more android-based romantic comedy, Hand Maid May is an excellent choice. You get another cute slew of cybernetic beauties along with a wholly modern set of problems.

All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku

All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku

Ryunosuke and his father are running away from his crazy mother when, feeling the urge to answer nature's call, Ryunosuke finds a cute little alley cat and decides to keep it. Almost immediately after, they are caught in a fire fight with his mother's lackeys. Tragically the poor cat dies and Ryunouske is heartbroken, but luckily his inventor father just happened to bring along a deactivated robot. By placing the cat's brain in the robot, Nuku Nuku is born! Now all they have to do is teach Nuku Nuku how to behave like a normal girl instead of a super-strong, cat-brained robot, while trying to avoid a mother's wrath!

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NekoRocket NekoRocket says...

Another cute mega-weapon devoted to her master. Entertaining and amusing, plus it's short enough not to suck away too much time.

The Adventures of Kotetsu

The Adventures of Kotetsu

Linn Suzuki made her way to Tokyo in search of her elder brother but found trouble instead. Lovely Detective Miho Kuon comes to Linn's aid as she is accosted by thugs, and thus begins their adventures together. Linn must endure geeky magicians, fierce tree spirits, and her 100-year-old master all while trying to stay clothed! Full of action and fanservice, Kotetsu is a debacle of martial arts mayhem.

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NekoRocket NekoRocket says...

Steel Angel Kurumi has the same fast pace, penchant for violence, and flash of fan-service as Kotetsu, but with a bit more run to really enjoy the characters. Both have an endearing female protagonist and a rather light-hearted feel to them. Quite entertaining.

My Dear Marie

My Dear Marie

Hiroshi Karigari is a mad scientist, is in love with the beautiful tennis star Marie, and is incredibly lonely. So lonely, in fact, that he decides to create his own robotic version of Marie to enjoy for his own! Though she is content, at first, with assuming the role of Hiroshi’s “brother”, Marie soon finds that she wants him as more than a friend… but difficulties await! From childhood rivals to the affections of the human Marie, plenty of obstacles lie in the path of romance. Will machine or human love win the affections of the bumbling Hiroshi? Only time will tell…

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NekoRocket NekoRocket says...

What happens when a machine develops a soul of its own? Amorous attentions seem to go awry, yet hilarity and heartbreak ensue. Kurumi and Marie each offer their own take on the android-human relationships, to surprisingly different ends. See for yourself.

Sakura Wars TV

Sakura Wars TV

It is the early 20th century, and steam-powered technology is ushering Japan into the new era. Suddenly, demonic forces begin to terrorize the world, yet hope remains for mankind! The Flower Division, a team assembled from the world's most talented psychics and spirit warriors, fight in their steam-powered mechs to battle the evil. To unleash their hidden potential, the Flower Division must also perform plays and entertain the citizens of Tokyo.

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MaximusThrax MaximusThrax says...

Both of these series feature fighting and strong female characters in steampunk alternate history versions of the Taisho Era (1912 - 1926) of Japan. Visually, this is an interesting period for anime to work with, combining traditional dress, '20s technology, and the growing power of the fascist Japanese Imperial Army. Sakura Wars is much more serious than Kurumi, being based on the video games featuring members of the Teikoku Kagekidan (based on the Takarazuka Kagekidan -- the all-female opera troupe) using steam-powered mecha to fight enemies, and features in-depth characters with involved backgrounds and serious art. Kurumi is very cute and light in tone, being more of a cute anime harem genre anime. The "harem" theme is shared with Sakura Wars, however, as the console games were also dating sims. Fans of the Taisho Era, the harem genre, or nifty steampunk mecha should check out both series.

DearS

DearS

On a day that seemed ordinary, a spaceship crash landed in Tokyo bay, filled to the brim with beautiful aliens that would come to be known as DearS. Since that day, though all of Japan seems to have gone DearS-crazy, one high school boy named Takeya it still not impressed by the phenomenon. But things change for Takeya when he finds a lone DearS girl on the side of the road, who forces herself into his apartment, and his life! Now, he must brave a plethora of complications, misunderstandings, and embarassments, when all he wants to do is be left alone!

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xXYoruichiXx xXYoruichiXx says...

Both series deal with a master-servant relationship between the two main characters. The women in both series want nothing more than to serve their master, while both of the men are hesitant to take the role of master. However, in Steel Angel Kurumi, Nakahito is kind and caring towards Kurumi in the very beginning, while in DearS, it takes Takeya a while to warm up to Ren and show he cares. Both series are ecchi comedies with dark undertones, so I'm sure if you liked one, you'll like the other.

AIKa R-16: Virgin Mission

AIKa R-16: Virgin Mission

Aika Sumeragi is still in high school, but having already earned her C-class salvager's license, she has no need for career counseling. While Eri, the class president, takes a dim view on Aika advertising her services at school, she seems to have no qualms about hiring her herself on behalf of the school's Treasure Hunting Club. A girl named Karen has mysterious tattoo which contains a hidden clue to the whereabouts of something unknown, and after packing their short skirts and panties, the club sets out on a journey to discover the answer; but not everyone on board is who they seem to be. Aika's first job is turning out to be far more serious than she originally thought; and thus, her illustrious career as a panty-flashing secret agent begins!

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Jarvis51 Jarvis51 says...

Both Kurumi and Aika have a main plot that is well-developed, and have many sub plots that are comedy-packed and a bit awkward to watch.