For sixteen years, the exceptional crime family Abashiri has harbored a dangerous secret that could tear them apart. Made up of the boss and his four children - panty thief Goemon, cyborg Naojiro, explosive-happy Kichiza and martial arts-wiz Kikunosuke – the Abashiri family murdered and stole with ease – until now. On the eve of one last bank job, the boss unveils this secret, which his dying wife swore him to reveal on Kikunosuke's sixteenth birthday: Kikunosuke is a female - the first female born to the Abashiri family in eighteen generations! The boss would like for her to live a normal life, and thus he sends Kikunosuke to a prestigious private academy to train; but little does he know that the school harbors a dark secret, and that Kikunosuke might not make it out alive!
As a devout Christian, the naive Mari Amachi joins the Perfect Religion Academy, only to find her roommate Saori Minami kidnapped shortly after! Praying to her own God, Buddha himself appears before her offering her the powers of Gautaman – with them, she can transform into a magical girl who uses the power of her sumo belt to battle the evil and the perverse Black Buddha gang. As the sumo loincloth tightens, her strength increases and not even a wedgie from Darth Veda can defeat her! Will bearing her butt be too much for the innocent Mari, or will she accept her fate and use her derriere for justice?
Both of these animes are about girls surviving in schools with really weird, homicidal, and perverted teachers. With ecchi, odd fighting sequences, and a girl confused about her identity, these animes are quite similar.
Jun Asuka is a member of an aristocratic family that has a tradition of marrying off its daughters once they reach the age of eighteen. For the athletic and independent Jun, this is a fate worse than death, and thus she escapes the castle with her servant, Kurata Onami. But escape, it seems, is not so easily achieved as her mother has sent a gaggle of goons to not only retrieve her, but to take her virginity as well. Will Jun's purity and kick-ass fighting skills save the day, or will she be screwed -- literally!
Both of these anime revolve around some really odd families. Both have plenty of fighting, ridiculous villains, and the bizarre "potential rape as comedy" factor. They are also apprently the work of the same mangaka (Go Nagai)
After being placed in a reformatory, Saki Asamiya has only one thing in abundance: attitude. But attitude alone won't help when Saki is faced with a decision: become a cop and help hunt down criminals or watch her imprisoned mother be executed! Thus, she heads back to the crime-ridden school of her past, Takanoha High, only to find that a trio of women known as the Mizuchi Sisters have taken over. Armed with a deadly yoyo and a razor sharp wit, Saki is ready to clean up the school and save her reputation as the number one bully, while hurting the bad guys in the process!
For a much better version of a fiesty female who must fight her way through school and protect her friends, check out Sukeban Deka. It's like Abashiri Family, but without any of the crappy Go Nagai elements.