You can find a boy who falls in love at first sight with a beautiful and shy girl, you can find a girl who can't admit her feelings for a boy but keeps on acting flustered in front of him, or yet both characters fall in love with each other, but the road to confess their feelings becomes long and hard to face.
In other romance anime, love remains one sided, or ends badly. It can even happen that it's a feeling never expressed with words, and yet it's there and you can feel it.
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Whichever pattern a romance anime has, the unvaried thing combining all of them is the struggle and the efforts that each character goes through in the name of love. Romance anime are good, but when you add a bit of supernatural to the picture, things can get very interesting. So if you like romance anime, but prefer non-conventional ones, this list is meant to recommend you 10 of the best we thought were worth a mention!
April — September Let's start with this wonderful story revolving around Tatsuya Shiba and Miyuki Shiba, two siblings who just entered the best high school for magicians: The First High School. Tatsuya, whose magic skills are not so good, ended up in the Second Course.
After these premises, don't expect a clumsy protagonist, nor a self-deprecating one. The supernatural part, in this anime, is given by the magic. In Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei's world, magic has developed so much so that it became a science.
Within this background, the romance part is mostly all up to Tatsuya's sister, Miyuki. She is in love with his brother, and it's a kind of love resulting in a deep admiration towards all what Tatsuya does.
We can understand why, though: Miyuki loves him and keeps on showing her love in every way, like for example when someone belittles Tatsuya and she gets angry in his place, or in the way she defends him. She is on cloud nine whenever someone asks her about his brother, and gets jealous when Tatsuya interacts with other girls. Aside from Miyuki, to complete the romance frame, there are other characters finding love as well.
April — June Let's go on with a story revolving around six beautiful gods. Protagonist of this story is Yui Kusanagi, a high school girl who wakes up in a strange, yet beautiful school, in a place she doesn't know, and suddenly is summoned by Yes, Zeus explains her the situation, and why she is there: This is how the adventure for the cute Yui starts!
An experience that will change her life, and will teach her what even she didn't know about love. Is there a need to mention where the supernatural part lies? We're talking about a high school where gods attend lessons! They can even switch to their true god form, and you will see their powers and the way they deal with what they are.
Yui has to teach them how to love, but it's difficult. Aside from Apollon and Balder, who instantly are infatuated by Yui, the other four gods are obstinate and don't want to befriend anyone. Yui will go through a lot of hardships, and slowly but surely, in the end she will manage to teach them the importance of creating bonds with others, and even how to face the scary things from the past.
April — June Here we have our 8th position, with a delicate and deep anime that can make you cry. Aoyagi Ritsuka, a twelve-year-old boy, is in a very dark period of his life: It's when he meets Agatsumi Soubi, that Ritsuka's life changes.
Soubi is a mysterious twenty-year-old guy who introduces Ritsuka to the world of fighters and sacrifices: Meaning one fights, while the other one protects. As he gets to know Soubi day after day, Ritsuka discovers that he and his dead brother had the same name — Beloved — and fought together. Ritsuka can't shake the feeling that Soubi knows more about his brother's past, while Soubi needs help to discover what actually happened to Seimei.
Ritsuka is at a difficult stage of his life, as his brother's killed.
Soubi faced the death of his beloved comrade. As the two meet and decide to fight together, we slowly discover how much Soubi loved and admired Seimei, and how much he struggles to go on. While Ritsuka, on the other side, tries day after day to deal with his feelings changing. He knows that Soubi belonged to Seimei, but he feels something for him and it's difficult to accept it. Soubi, instead, although he cannot forget Seimei, starts to see in Ritsuka something that reminds him of Seimei.
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From the loss, a terrible tragedy that involved both, a beautiful feeling blossoms. The final of this anime remains open, as the manga keeps on going, but if you are searching for a good, non-conventional, supernatural, romance anime, this is just the right choice! October — April Let's move on to the 7th position with a twisted yet amazing story revolving around a lonely boy whose name is Yukiteru Amano. He isn't popular, nor funny. Nothing is peculiar about him, or worth saying.
In his loneliness, he writes a diary on his phone, and speaks to his imaginary friends: Deus Ex Machina — the God of time and space — and his servant called Murmur. The situation changes when, one day, Yukiteru discovers that his phone is actually a future diary. He, and other eleven future diary's holders, are summoned by Deus Ex Machina, who actually exists, and a deadly game begins. The eleven diary holders will have to kill each other, and the winner will become the new god of space and time!
When in this messy situation, Yukiteru meets Yuno Gasai, things get even more interesting! You can learn more about yandere here https: To Yuno, Yukiteru is an amazing boy. She sees in him what anyone else can't see. The feelings she has for him are so strong that she will be willing to do crazy things, in order to protect him and guarantee him the victory. She will become his shield, and will fight putting her life on the front line, while Yukiteru will do the only thing he can do: This anime can keep you glued to the screen, with baited breath.
The supernatural part is interesting as it shows time and space alterations, and the romance is all up to Yuno and his obsession for Yukiteru.
Not quite a consensus, but many quite taken by it From the Reviews: It surprised me to find in a contemporary novel a character who is a creative consultant in a vast and evil international corporation and who seems to have enough sophistication to be handling her job just fine, but is so utterly taken aback by finding that her sister has lesbian tendencies that she can think about it only in shuddering euphemisms and parentheses.
To be sure, the sisters live in Inverness. Perhaps Inverness, in this respect, is like parts of the American middle west, only more so -- I don't know, though I suspect Smith's location of the myth is indeed place-specific.
Anyhow, in her version, the only person who needs to be transformed is the corporate sister. Once she's been won over, we are ready for the warm and wishful and sweetly celebratory finale. It reaches a joyful conclusion in which the formalised pairing off of couples is more reminiscent of Shakespearean comedy than the gruesome imagery of Ovid.
Keith enquires of his team: Wicked, political and provocative, Girl Meets Boy sets the record straight. When these go unmet, what had started with a bang ends with a whimper. A glorious, wide-awake dream of a book that has, right at its beating heart, one of Ovid's Metamorphoses. Smith deftly employs all kind of linguistic tricks to paint her characters. Imogen thinks almost entirely inside brackets when she is shocked by her sister's lesbianism, as she juggles causes, signs, anxieties and conflicting emotions Smith's work is fundamentally a parable about acceptance, and it pits the fluid, shape-changing, exuberance of sexuality with the monolithic Pure.
If there is a message here, it is an instinctive mistrust of the unchanging. Look at it coldly and the magic may be dispelled; but this is true of Ovid also and of Shakespearean comedy, which so often echoes the Roman poet. But, while reading it, you may -- should -- believe. The heterosexual romance that appears as a subplot is delineated with psychological acumen; the interest of the homosexual one is rather a type of sub-poetic torrent describing mutual bliss -- two pages are taken up by synonyms for marriage.
It is a creditable addition to our lesbian corpus, but perhaps suffers from having too many messages. Similarly the illustrative quotes chosen here are merely those the complete review subjectively believes represent the tenor and judgment of the review as a whole.
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We acknowledge and remind and warn you that they may, in fact, be entirely unrepresentative of the actual reviews by any other measure. In that story a husband tells his pregnant wife that if their child turns out to be a daughter they won't be able to afford to keep it and it will have to be put to death. The wife prays to Isis, who tells her to raise the child as a boy even if -- as turns out to be the case -- it's a girl.
That's where the gods and a little bit of metamorphosis come in, to set things right. Ali Smith's variation does without the physical transformation or the threat of infanticideand puts a lot of different spins on the story. One of the central characters is Anthea, who falls in love with a boy who turns out to be a girl, Robin Goodman and, yes, in what is the major flaw of the book, Smith can't help hammering home even here the idea that you are only a 'good man' if you're a woman -- or at least very feminine Anthea's sister, Imogen called Midgehelped her get a job where she works, at Pure, where they're both supposed to be 'Creatives' -- currently flogging Scottish bottled water, for which they have to come up with a catchy brand-name.
That's the task set for them -- and, no surprise, Anthea bails out right then and there. No bottling up imagination for her! Anthea is attracted to the boy who turns out to be a girl defacing the large Pure sign outside, Robin, who signs her name "Iphisol" which, in fact turns out to be 'Iphis 07'. Anthea is immediately won over, and soon enough and more or less they live happily ever after, lovers spray-painting slogans about how unfairly women are treated to great acclaim.
Midge's road to salvation is a bit rockier. She's more willing to play along with the corporate games, even enthusiastic about participating in and innovating the lying that is fundamental to all marketing.
She also takes it pretty hard when it turns out her sister is apparently 'a gay'. But she, too, sees the light and does what needs be done, and from 'I' to 'You' to 'Us' to 'Them' -- so the different sections of the novel -- by the end they're 'All Together Now'. Girl Meets Boy often sparkles. Smith presents the voices -- Anthea and Midge alternate in first person narratives -- pitch-perfectly, down to Midge's almost timidly parenthetical thoughts.
There's also a lot of very clever stuff here, too, including the hilarious marketing-speak at Pure disturbing, also, in that it rings so true and Iphisol's sloganeering.