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Rikka Takanashi is a teenage girl who possesses the strongest ocular power known to man: the Tyrant’s Eye. She's currently locked in a fierce war with a shadowy organization, and the fate of the world may hang in the balance with each passing battle... or at least this is what she believes. In actuality, Rikka is merely a normal high school girl afflicted with chuunibyou syndrome, a "disease" that makes one prone to delusional flights of fancy. Meanwhile former chuunibyou sufferer Yuuta Togashi is enrolled at the same school, looking to put his embarrassing junior high exploits behind him. However, when Rikka discovers his past life as the "Dark Flame Master", she uses this to her advantage to include him in all of her wacky schemes! With Rikka’s zany behavior dragging him further and further from normalcy, Yuuta must try to pull her back into the real world – or risk getting sucked into hers!
Both shows feature a school club in which 5 members express "supernatural" powers with one another. For Chuunibyou, it's make-believe. In Inou Battle, it's actually real. Both have a huge sense of comedy and light-hearted humor, with the addition of a character in Chuunibyou acting in a very similar way as the person in Inou Battle. If you liked one of them and their sense of comedy, then you should enjoy the other.
Chuunis unite! Both anime feature a high school club filled with people that have powers, though in Inou Battle the powers are actually real, and yet there is still room for eight grader syndrome. There's also some romance involved in both anime, and both casts are primarily female-dominated.
Overall they are anime that sync on the same period in young people's life a period called Chuunibyou which is the distortion of reality to create a personally preffered one. People who undergo Chuunibyou are looked down upin by others but it is through this event in which they learn about love and to improve their realtions with others. The main difference is that in Chuunibyo the characters never experience real experience with supernatural events while in Inou Battle the characters are exposed to realized manifestations.
Both involve chuunibyou, and the male mainprotagonists have very similar personalities... could almost in theory be the same guy, with the difference that in Chuunibyou Demo he's gotten over being a chuuni and in Battle Wa he is in full chuunibyou bloom.
Both anime feature relationships between two MC's who are or at one time were chuuni's. Both anime share the genre's SoL/Romance/School/Drama, and feature a cast of mostly female characters and one male who are part of the same club after school. The girls are really cute in both.
Both feature Chuunibyou, and other teen delusions. "Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions!" for me was more funny tho.
In the near future, monstrous creatures called “phantoms” descend upon the world. Haruhiko Ichijou is a student at Hosea Academy, along with Mai Kawakami, Reina Izumi, and Koito Minase, three girls who fight these creatures. High school life proceeds as normal until a certain incident reveals the truth of their world to them.
Both have the same amount of comedy, supernatural and harem genre. However, Myraid Color was just simply a reverse of Inubato, were in Inubaot the characters were kept off the Fairy Wars, while Myriad Colors puts the same kind of characters in the action.
Both anime looked almost same to me. In short both anime is about one highschool boy's everyday life with his club members, and yeah all members other than the protagonist are girls. And in both anime there is a loli middle school girl. There are few serious moments in both anime. Other than that it's just as I said before, it's full of their everyday life with super powers type things.
Both are harem-esque anime that involve supernatural powers and a male protagonist that is originally portrayed as a weakling until their true power is revealed.
If you liked the long weird titled Myriad Colors Phantom World or When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace, you'd probably like the other because they both feature one guy with superpowers working with a harem/harem-like group of girls with superpowers. Each of their powers are unique and different with one not being the same as the other (in both anime).
Kenji likes to think that he and his gang of friends are the bad boys of their school. That is, until he meets the four insane girls of a game-making club whose personalities are all super weird (and a little on the violent side). When Kenji’s forced to join their little group, his life quickly takes a turn for the outrageous.
Both series are school comedies that center around a school club of one boy and several girls. Each episode follows the characters as the get into bizzare situations and deal with the often outrageuous consequences. They are both very funny, not reccommended if you are trying to be quiet.
If you liked either D-Frag! or When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace, you'd like the other one because both are School Club comedies that center the most on the one main male and what happens to him through his daily interactions with all the other club members. Of course, buy coincidence they are all female members.
I think anime is great right now, I’m on episode 9. The anime has the comedy in it but a slight touch of romance that I like. Also, I think the harem part of it ties everything together because I’ve always enjoyed anime’s where there are girls surrounding one boy. I don’t know why though. I think if you like this anime, d frag could be another comedy anime for you to watch because they both are mostly in a club, and I just like slice of life animes.
At Yamaboshi High, joining a school club is required, so when Himeko, Iori, Taichi, Yoshifumi and Yui couldn't find a suitable choice, they decided to create their own: the School Culture Club! Together, they pass the days meeting and coming up with topics for the group's newspaper – that is, until one day, Yoshifumi and Yui proclaim that they switched bodies last night! Soon after, all five members of the gang find themselves inadvertently swapping at random, with no end in sight. What, or who, caused this supernatural phenomenon?
Both are school lives where the characters (all friends from a club) and put into a supernatural situation. The both combine comedy and realistic drama in a really enjoyable way. While Kokoro Connect is alot deeper than When Superatural Battles Became Commonplace (so far), they both give off a bit of a similar feel. Fans of one should at least try the other.
These two series have incredibly similar atmospheres and have similar plots. You would definitely like one of you liked the other.
Have a problem? Talk to Otogi Bank, a student aid group that helps people get what they need – for a hefty price. Led by Liszt Kiriki and staffed by tsundere Ryouko, inventor Majolica, jealous Otohime, flirtatious Tarou, serious Alice, nervous Ryoushi and maid Otsuu, Otogi Bank assists with everything from helping break into a rival school to convincing an upperclassman to not quit a sports team. Can Otogi Bank manage to make all their clients happy, and most importantly, will Ryoushi ever manage to win Ryouko’s heart?
Both of these have a merry band of misfits feel to them with similar animation and humor styles. Although Supernatural Battles is only beginning, I have a feeling it will take the same route as Ookami-san and be mainly comedic with bits of seriousness mixed in. But so far, they really remind me of each other.
Ichirou Satou used to spend his life dreaming, pretending to be a great fantasy hero. Pretend heroics aren't much protection from bullies and social ridicule, however, and ultimately his worried family was forced to transfer him to a new school. Now determined to follow a different path and fit in, Ichirou thought he'd managed to give up his old fantasies. Until he encountered Ryouko Satou, who's even more deeply immersed in her own imaginary world than Ichirou was. And bullied just as cruelly for it. If he stands up for Ryouko, Ichirou could destroy the new life he's trying to build. But at the same time, the intensity of her fantasies and predicament reminds him all too vividly of the person he once was. And, in the end, it may just be that the only one who can really rescue this damsel in distress is the dream hero that Ichirou thought he had buried forever in AURA.
Haruka Kotoura has had a psychic ability to read minds since she was born, but her inability to grasp that she's different has led her to be ostracized by every friend she's made. When she meets Manabe, she can't help but be surprised - when he's not imagining strange creatures dancing through the desert, the boy is a hopeless pervert and makes no attempt to hide his dirtiest fantasies. What's more, Manabe isn't driven away by Kotoura seeing his thoughts, and even goes out of his way to befriend her - seemingly because he enjoys thinking of the girl erotically and seeing her subsequent embarrassment! Before long, the once-lonely girl even meets other students who aren't pushed away by her abilities. Could this be the start of a normal school life, with real, lasting friends for Kotoura?
Looking for anime with slice of life/school +harem/romance setting, focused on interpersonal realtionship? With a lot of sweet atmosphere yet unexpected deep psychological analyze of feelings? Both anime are for you, and both are masterpice in this kind of second bottom binding
After a traumatic accident takes his loved one, Tooru Kokonoe enrolls Koryo Academy, a school where every student has a weapon that is their soul manifestation. Fueled by his desire for revenge, Tor is dismayed to discover his soul is not a weapon…but a shield.
both anime have superpowers and those powers wil also evolve (i'm not trying to spoil too much here)
there is also the love/harem aspect whiche is seen in both anime's
the cast is nice with a bit of comedy mixed within and the whole usual school life
and al in al it's good fun (i really really wish a season 2 for both anime)
so i recommend both cuz if you like the other then you wil probably like the other one too
and with that i wish you readers a fun time with watching the anime :D
Koutarou Satomi is a needy student who started living away from home at the start of high school. he finds a bargain accommodation - only 5,000 yen for a six-tatami mat room. But the room, "Korona-So room 106," is targeted! For various reasons, adorable invaders descend upon Koutarou one after another as soon as he moves in. Each with their own ulterior motives, the battle commences between Kotaro and the girls in a tiny six-tatami mat room.
Harem with main lead being emotionally over powered yet somehow managing to be the weakest link. Both have Saori HAYAMI as a VA, although for different tropes.
WSBBC and invaders both have plot holes that are never tied, and by the end the girls in the harem have just figured out that they liked their respective MC-kun. No season 2 on the horizon for either.
Good-looking Kanade Amakusa would prefer nothing more than to have a normal high school life. But due to his "Absolute Choice", a mental curse compelling him to decide between two outrageous options such as sniffing a smutty magazine on the ground versus eating it in public, everyone thinks he’s a total weirdo! One day, the boy chooses that a beautiful girl will fall from the sky, and much to his surprise, his choice becomes reality! Her name is Chocolat, and she’s come with a message: God will strike a deal with Kanade in the form of missions that might just cure his suffering. Sounds trouble-free enough compared to what he’s already gone through - except they’re on a whole other level of extreme craziness than the choices he already makes daily! Can Kanade successfully clear these outrageous challenges, or will he be forever rejected by his classmates and remain an outcast?!
Both comedy shows mix supernatural elements with Harem-RomCom tropes, all while having a lot of fun with it. The tone is light and happy, with a fair amount of fan service / light ecchi. The presentation is colorful and vibrant.The plot doesn't really end up anywhere but at the same time the writing of what is there is actually solid.
And most important of all... they both have stupidly complicated titles!