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Still on their way to defeating the Demon King Giri, our heroes Nike and Kukuri plow dutifully forward in their leveled up states. Kukuri, the last mage of the Migu Migu tribe, has collected many a Guru Guru spell and is always searching for new ones, while Nike is still always on the look out for a good adventure. To defeat the ultimate evil the two must meet with the four kings of nature and gather four swords, which, when combined, become the Legendary Sword capable of slaying Giri where he stands! Along the way many a wacky and bizarre situation will come to pass. Can Nike and Kukuri finally slay the Demon King?
Akazukin Chacha is somewhat of a parody of folk tales, while Mahoujin Guru Guru is a parody of RPGs; both are whimsical tales of chibified heroes who wield magic and bring smiles wherever they go. There's plenty of random and bizarre comedy in each, as well. Fans of one would surely enjoy the other.
Once there lived an eccentric author called Drosselmeyer who wrote grand tragedies - one of them was the tale of a prince who sealed away an evil raven by breaking his own heart into tiny pieces. However, before the story could be completed, the author died and the tale took on a life of its own. Now, in a town where fiction and reality meet, the story continues on its tragic course with Ahiru, a duck who transforms into the beautiful Princess Tutu in order to restore the prince's heart. But will Ahiru's act of love be enough to defy the story's terrible destiny and lead to a happy ending?
Princess Tutu and Akazukin (Red Riding Hood) Chacha are both shows about a cute clutzy girl with a magical necklace that triggers a transformation sequence. The main characters both reference a well known fairy tale (red riding hood vs. the ugly duckling/swan lake). Though the characters of Chacha are a bit younger, both shows have innocent young love which seems to go straight from kisses to marriage in the characters' minds. Both series have comical (and sometimes a bit scary) friends attending school with a zany teacher in a magical world.
Initially both series have a "villain of the week" structure, though Tutu gets around to a larger plot arc against a big villain and an actual ending much faster than Chacha does. Tutu is a bit darker and more engaging of the intillect than Chacha, and intended for a slightly older audience, but both would be suitable for children about 12 and up, as well as heart-warming and occasionally hilarious for adults.
One day, without warning, a huge hole appeared in the world and demons emerged, ready for battle. Assuming that the demon king sealed by a hero 1,000 years ago must have escaped, the king of the land set forth a decree: the hero’s descendents must defeat evil once more! For Alba, one such would-be hero, this journey will be anything but ordinary given his growing collection of bizarre and wacky companions. Alongside young demon Ruki, age-inappropriate Ruldolf, tentacle-fighter witch Zwei and a host of others, Alba will get arrested, play dodgeball, travel across the land, and least importantly, learn the truth about the hole in the world!
Lapis is the pudding-loving princess of Sorcerland, as well as the wielder of the Magic Eraser's extraordinary power, allowing her to erase anything she desires at will! Given her unique and inappropriate uses of the eraser, her royal parents decide to teach her a lesson, magically sending her to the faraway Silver Lake to ponder her past misdeeds. But the road home is long and full of unexpected surprises such as a blessed pudding forest, the Health Brother Trio, and Topaz, the great witch of the west and collector of little girls, who wants Lapis for her own personal prize!
Suddenly Princess and Chacha are perfect matches for each other. Both are aimed at a younger audience but are still filled with tons of random comedy and moments. There are various objects that are alive as well, and in general both will entertain you. If random slapstick comedy is your thing, try either of these series.