Staz isn’t what you’d call a traditional vampire. He’s fascinated by human culture - especially anime, manga and video games - and unlike his brethren, he has no interest in sucking people dry. As a prominent street boss in the demon world, Staz has never desired to go to to the human world. But when a human girl accidentally wanders into his territory, is eaten by a carnivorous plant and comes back as a ghost, Staz makes a life-changing decision: he’ll help resurrect this lovely lady any way he can, even if it means heading to Earth! But the path won’t be easy, what with having no idea how to complete the task and his own laziness standing in the way.
When Demon King Satan was facing his demise at the hands of Hero Emilia, he had no choice but to quickly flee to another world with his Demon General, Alsiel. However, upon their arrival, the twosome is taken aback with the realization they have lost almost all of their magic - and moreover, were transformed into ordinary humans and are stranded in an otherworldly place called Japan! To survive, the Demon King must now work a part-time job at a fast-food joint and attempt to adapt to modern society the best the pair can as Japanese citizens, all while scheming to rule over the country in the process. But with Hero Emilia and others on Satan’s tail to slay him for good, will Japan ever become his new domain?
Both are about demons and the human world. The main characters in both are powerful demons but don't really give off that feeling. Fuyumi and Chiho are both sweet, large breasted highschool girls that just happened to get caught up in demon troubles.
Both shows have demon characters who enter the human world, and who end up getting mixed up with a human girl along the way. Both of the female protagonists are similar to each other, with them being big breasted high schoolers who just happened to cross paths with a high ranking demon. Both of the demon males also have an obsession with the human world, they even share the same voice actor.
The comedy in each show is fairly similar a lot of the time, so fans of one will likely find the other enjoyable.
Blood Lad and Hataraku Maou-Sama! are both shows that feature demons coming to the human world. Both male leads are suppose to be powerful demons, but end off giving a comedic air to them. They also both meet a human girl along the way who share some similiar qualities.
If you like comedies about demons that really get into the human culture you will enjoy both shows.
Similar in their lack of seriousness, great character based comedy. Maou has better art, Blood Lad is more crazy and over the top
Both feature some excellent humor and mythological characters. If you liked the one, you might just like the other!
Both shows are about people in different universes/dimensions. In hatarake mauo-sama the demonlord comes to the human world and in Blood Lad a human comes to the demonWorld. if you like one you'll like the other, because the share a simular style in humour and look the same
Rin Okumura is a seemingly ordinary boy living at the Southern Cross Boys' Monastery. One day, however, Rin encounters a boy who has been possessed by a demon. Amidst the struggle, he not only awakens latent powers sealed within him, but also learns that he is the son of Satan! No longer able to stay under the protection of the church and with his very existence straddling the line between human and demon, Rin decides to fight against his parentage and joins the True Cross Order as an exorcist. Now, the teen must attend the True Cross Academy and begin special exorcist training alongside his new comrades all while keeping his identity a secret; but can the son of Satan really become a true exorcist?
Blood Lad and Blue Exorcist has somewhat the same ring to it. They are quite comedic, deal with demon world. Male protagonists looks kinda similar, but one of them is a demon, while other is vampire-demon and they are strong to begin with, but become even more stronger later on. Atmosphere in both animes is quite similar too, but Blue Exorcist has more school in it.
Ayumu was murdered by a serial killer – at least, he was. For after the mysterious Eucliwood Hellscythe revives him, he changes from a human to a zombie, much to his dismay. Now, in addition to being unable to die, the boy must see to the whims of his supernatural, silent companion – but things continue to get worse from there. As once Ayumu accidentally steals a magical girl named Haruna's powers, he is tasked with the embarrassing, obnoxious task of being a magical girl – err, boy – in her stead! Then with the addition of a hostile vampire ninja to his household, can Ayumu manage to maintain his new home life, fight against attacking monsters, and track down the person who killed him all while attempting to keep what little dignity he has left in tact?
Dark and violent yet funny humor go both ways in both of these shows. The main characters are somewhat similar. And the show is set up where there are a lot of inhuman beings revolving the main characters and whatever thier main goals are. Both main characters have this aloofness about them that really piss off their antagonists and when the time comes they are extremely strong when they need to be, but that doesn't mean that they dont take a beating. Kore Wa Zombie Desu ka? has a lot more ecchi than Blood Lad, but the innuendos and sexy outfits on female characters dont put it too much behind the other show. If you've liked one you'll like the other they are both filled with action, random-ness and comedy to give you a lot more than a few laughs.
Yukitaka has just left Tokyo, eager to transfer to Kisaragi High where he's been recruited to play baseball. However, upon entering his new apartment, the boy is met by a man with long blonde hair who claims to be… an alien?! After initially scoffing at the notion, Yukitaka discovers that the alien – Ouji – is for real, has amnesia and, what's worse, now wants to live with him in his apartment. The fact that scientists and mysterious guys in black suits are after Ouji becomes the least of Yukitaka's problems as his new guest turns out to be more than a handful to handle!
The layback atmosphere, both have a out of this world main character who the supporting cast gets frustrated with here or there. The prince is sorta Staz and Bell combined, with more Bell than Staz