Right before midterms. While studying together in the clubroom, they discuss grades and learn that Tomoyo has the worst grades in the group. On their way home, Hatoko asks Tomoyo if she'd like to study together. Together they study and talk about Andou when Hatoko accidentally lets "that's not fair" slip and unsettles Tomoyo.
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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...
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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.
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.
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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.
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.
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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.