Ultra Maniac

Ultra Maniac Episode 4 - D.C (Da Capo)

After Nina runs into Ayu at a store, they both look back at how they met and how they became friends.

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mrschocofrog mrschocofrog says
Both anime are about magic girls and their trouble to do magic without being known by non-magic people. Both imply relationship troubles, friendship and love, and both are really cute in the meaning there's no pain, no blood hardly a few tears (Basically, they're shoj├┤!). But if CCS is better done on the relationships (CLAMP work), Ultra Maniac has a lot of funny moments, and is shorter in episodes number.
Clavie Clavie says

Both series revolve around a magical girl who needs to do something under a pressure of time. They both have strong elements of magic, friendship, adventure and a little bit of romance.

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AkumaSama AkumaSama says

Both of these series is involve in using magic. There is a lot of action in every episode in both anime. There is romance too so if you like one you'd like the other one.

ellabellaboo124 ellabellaboo124 says

They both have friendship, romance, a little magic and comedy! Both really great. I do like Ultra Maniac better then Zero no Tsukaima though.



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Reawen Reawen says

Ultra Maniac and Mahou Sensei Negima! are quite similar in both plot and tone. They both feature a magician (Nina & Negi) who must try to blend in to normal school life, without letting anyone discover their power. Both series strike me as very light-hearted comedies, although there are, of course, some magical battles along the way. Ultra Maniac's Maya is also somewhat mirrored in Negima's Evangeline, so both series also have the 'enemy' magic user who isn't really evil... just misguided. There are friends who discover the magician's secret and suddenly find themselves in the midst of a strange new world, as well as lots of instances where magic is used with the intent to help, but of course something always goes wrong... with extremely comedic results. In Negima, the magician is a 10-year old male teacher in an all-girl's school, so the series naturally has some harem aspects and is a bit more ecchi than Ultra Maniac, but nothing extreme. Overall, the two series are really very similar, so if you liked the lighthearted magic tale and want more of the same, check out Mahou Sensei Negima.