1. Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de
Supernatural abilities are definitely trendy and seemingly appear everywhere. It’s a mystical-sounding description, no doubt. Amazing as it is, you can’t help but exclaim, “power up!” And it’s all part of the normal course of events! That’s “Inou Battle Within Everyday Life,” or “Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de.”
Everything is in order with my academic life. Laughs, tally! Definitely a “slice of life.” Not to mention, endless checks for unique skills and talents! Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de contains all you need. Even though it isn’t immediately clear, the similarities between this film and Charlotte can be seen by watching both of them repeatedly.
2. Code Geass
Look at those gorgeous eyes! Indeed, the eyes! Oh, and the manners, too! Eyes and attitude are what connect Charlotte from Code Geass to Charlotte from the show.
Lelouch vi Britannia’s eyes turn purplish-pink, and a small bird-like symbol appears in the centre, every time he uses his geass power. While Otosaka Yuu is under the influence of his 5-second possession power, his eyes take on an emerald hue.
In terms of mentality, well, that’s just weird. It doesn’t take more than a second glance to notice the striking similarities between Lelouch and Yuu. Yup! Both are eager to put their abilities to use for personal advantage by resorting to deceit.
3. Angel Beats!
Those weirdo students and institutions again?! Now it’s the afterlife’s version of “school” and “pupils”! And I promise you, you didn’t misunderstand. The world of Angel Beats really is the afterlife. And that’s not all; Angel Beats even throws in some supernatural aspects!
There are no superpowers, but there are weapons! Really, the tenshi (angel) Tachibana Kanade is the only one who appears to have unlimited power. Here’s where they’re most alike: they’re both dramatic series. In other words, for crying out loud, DRAMA!
Given that both Angel Beats and Charlotte come from a family of inventors and makers, none of this comes as much of a surprise. As a result, the bar has been set quite high for both of them. That’s both incredibly charming and very similar.
The “from the creators/makers” section isn’t over yet, you see; Charlotte and Clannad share the same creators. That’s fantastic news!
It’s easy to see why this premise for an anime would generate so much interest. And if Angel Beats and Clannad are lurking in its gloom, then that’s to be expected. And even if there isn’t, the spectacle is still worth seeing.
The similarities include a high school environment, high school drama, and high school emotions. The “feels” could be the resonating quality. In terms of the emotions they evoke and perhaps even the tears they shed, I have a hunch they are extremely similar.
5. Amagi Brilliant Park
Amagi Brilliant Park has a subtle yet undeniable visual appeal. That’s right; the ability of Kanie Seiya to see through lies at a glance is formidable (he can only use it once with the same person though). Possession may only be used for 5 seconds and within his line of sight, just like Otosaka Yuu. What the heck is up with these shoddy restricted abilities?
Further, both of these anime’s main characters have serious narcissistic issues. True, both Kanie Seiya and Otosaka Yuu are prone to bouts of narcissism. Learn the hows and whys by just catching both. However, Amagi Brilliant Park is a comedy animation rather than a drama.
6. Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo
Yamadu Ryu inadvertently becomes involved in the bizarre events unfolding at his school. His magical discoveries and problem begin after he falls down the stairs and accidently kisses someone. Indeed, his school is home to a coven of witches.
The regular is thrown into chaos when school, magic, power, and the supernatural are all together, as they are in Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo. And it’s all because of something from another planet! The supernatural witches of this one are in the minority compared to the superhuman teenagers of Charlotte.
7. Kokoro Connect
There is a strange event that causes a group of students to randomly switch bodies one day. I mean, that does sound cliched right off the bat, doesn’t it? You’re absolutely right, yet this is unlike anything else you’ve seen. With “kokoro,” meaning “heart,” and “connect,” meaning “link,” this is sure to be an intensely emotional show.
Body swaps, which are the anime version of taking possession of someone else’s body, are a good example of how to differentiate between similar and dissimilar works. Likewise, the drama in Kokoro Connect is not to be underestimated. From the lighthearted beginning, you wouldn’t guess that it would end up being so tragic and emotional. The good news is that Kokoro Connect stands up to the comparison to Charlotte thanks to its compelling narrative, intriguing plot development, and expert execution. Kokoro Connect will be your favorite as well if you enjoyed the premise of the referenced show.
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