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Hello fellow anime fans. As per the title could I get some recommendations for good romance/comedy or just romance, hold the spoilers. So far I've watched:
My Little Monster (Loved the comedy)
Monster Musume (Also funny, not as funny)
My Love Story (Perfect if it had more episodes)
Your Lie In April (No comment)
Actually, I Am (Really enjoyed this, disappointed with the end)

I prefer to watch finished shows, as in no more episodes and has a definitive ending. Recommend as many as you like I have far too much spare time. Please nothing that will destroy my heart I'm not ready for it yet.

Thank You all!
Posted 9/30/15 , edited 9/30/15
Nana - not on crunchyroll

Kids on the Slope - on crunchyroll

Say I Love You - on crunchyroll

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I watched all of the animes that you listed and loved all of them. Some good ones that I recommend would be:

Say,"I love you." Kind of similar to My little monster in the sense that one character likes the other and the other has to warm up to that character. Both of them are completely different people with completely different personalities, but it was a really great anime with a really great ending. Tear jerking moments as well as funny moments. Highly recommended. Only 13 episodes. -Complete

Toradora! would be second on my list . 50 episodes. -Complete

Plastic Memories ------Extremely good plot. Warning however, It will destroy your heart. You have be warned.

Hope you like these. If I remember more, I'll post it later.

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Posted 9/30/15
Thanks! I'll check out Say "I love you" now. Unfortunately the other two aren't on crunchyroll in my region.
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Nana seems pretty interesting from the wiki page, did the anime end up with a fleshed out ending?

Kids on the slope seems to be centered mainly on the music but maybe that's just me misinterpreting the blurb on Crunchyroll, I'll add to my queue though.

Definitely going to check out Say "I Love You" sounds very much like something I will enjoy.

Thanks for your reply.
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Some other suggestions (all are on CR in my region; not sure about yours). All have pretty solid endings and none are overly tragic (though several get pretty dark at times). A few have more fan service than anything you've mentioned (although none are excessive); if that bothers you, I can point out the offenders.

Kimi ni Todoke
Hanasaku Iroha
ef: Tale of Memories
Myself; Yourself
Dusk Maiden of Amnesia
Nagi no Asukara
Kotoura-San
Love, Chuunibyo, & Other Delusions
Mysterious Girlfriend X
Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu
The World is Still Beautiful
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Awesome, just added a bunch to my queue, the only ones not available in my region are Kimi ni Todoke, ef: Tale of Memories and Love, Chuunibyo, & Other Delusions.
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A Bridge to the Starry Skies (a bit Echhi but a beautiful romance)
Denki-gai (goofy Ecchi but two beautiful romances)
I Can't Understand What My Husband is Saying (opposites attract romantic comedy short episode series, very sweet, cute and funny)
I Couldn't Become a Hero so I Reluctantly Got a Day Job (following the pattern above, a bit Ecchi but a sweet/cute romance)
Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun (multiple couple romance and very much a fun ride)
Nisekoi (my all-time favorite harem comedy due to the fact you can't help but love all the choices, warning: still ongoing after 2 seasons plus a few OVAs)
Sakura Trick (warning: yuri, but one of the sweetest, cutest romances ever in anime imho. Innocent first love built around kissing)
Servant x Service (one word...Lovable!)
The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel behavior (Cute and Sweet says it all)
Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches (Fantastic series both as an animated and as a live-action)

I would also suggest EVERY show other posters suggested above. There are some phenomenal shows suggested up there. Say I Love You is one of my all-time favorite romances (both animated and live-action). Dusk-maiden, Chunibyo and Toradora are up there too.


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Some other good ones are:

Itazura na Kiss (romcom, story follows the main characters from high school into adult life)
Nodame Cantabile (romcom, music, quirky girl, tsundere guy)
School Rumble (romcom, A likes B, B likes C, C likes D and so on.)
Touka Gettan (mythical, story is told in reverse chronological order)
Baka Test (romcom, similar to Actually, I am...)
Macross Frontier (mecha, love triangle, music)
Skip Beat (romcom, show biz, strong heroine)
Kare Kano (romcom, old-ish, pre-2000)

Skip Beat is the only one available on here though.
Posted 9/30/15

HisokaxKurapika wrote:

Nana seems pretty interesting from the wiki page, did the anime end up with a fleshed out ending?

Kids on the slope seems to be centered mainly on the music but maybe that's just me misinterpreting the blurb on Crunchyroll, I'll add to my queue though.

Definitely going to check out Say "I Love You" sounds very much like something I will enjoy.

Thanks for your reply.


Fleshed out ending as in?

Yes check them out!!! I enjoyed them
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Posted 10/1/15
I read on the wiki page that the manga writer got sick and never finished writing the story. Unfinished anime is starting to cause me physical pain lol.
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Thanks to everyone who recommended Say "I Love You", it was quiet enjoyable.
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Can't believe The Pet Girl of Sakurasou hasn't been mentioned yet. I highly recommend it.

The Tatami Galaxy is also really good, if the style of it is up your alley and you can read quick subtitles. Crunchyroll doesn't have it, but you can watch it free on Funimation.

Kokoro Connect is great if you're mostly looking for romance/drama with little bits of comedy mixed in, but be warned that Crunchy is missing the OVA that ends the series.

Working!!/Wagnaria!! is good if you're looking for something sitcom-esque. It's mostly a comedy but has romantic subplots. There's one OVA that still hasn't aired yet, but Crunchy has the rest of the series.

Arakawa Under the Bridge is another comedy-heavy one, but with a decidedly more bizarre style.
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Bavalt wrote:

Can't believe The Pet Girl of Sakurasou hasn't been mentioned yet. I highly recommend it.


I just watched The Pet Girl of Sakurasou and THANK YOU! This is so amazing! If they had continued the anime to follow the light novels ending this would have easily been my favourite anime, the ending of the anime left me somewhat underwhelmed though. But again THANK YOU so much, it was truly an incredible show.
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HisokaxKurapika wrote:


Bavalt wrote:

Can't believe The Pet Girl of Sakurasou hasn't been mentioned yet. I highly recommend it.


I just watched The Pet Girl of Sakurasou and THANK YOU! This is so amazing! If they had continued the anime to follow the light novels ending this would have easily been my favourite anime, the ending of the anime left me somewhat underwhelmed though. But again THANK YOU so much, it was truly an incredible show.


No problem at all. It's one of my personal favorites, so it's great when someone else likes it as much as I did. I'm sincerely glad I could help.
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