Everyone's favorite club-to-death angel is back! Thanks to her, life for Kusakabe Sakura is never dull. Even seemingly normal events such as a school trip to paint some scenery, or simply taking a bath, always result in pain, death and resurrection for the poor schoolboy. With Dokuro-chan's younger sister Zakuro chan now living in his house; and with the arrival of Babel, Sabato-chan's mother, things can only get weirder, ecchier and more violent!
Punie is a princess of Magical Land who is in line with the throne; but before she can inherit it and become the queen, she must travel to Earth to prove to her mother, Esmeralda, that she has what it takes. In this new strange land, Punie is a cute girl who is very easy to get along with; but when she is upset, she uses her magical staff to take care of business! And when magic isn’t an option, Punie uses wrestling moves known as “Submission” to take down her enemy like a true queen. Together with her mascot Paya-tan, Punie will make new friends and take down new foes with style!
If you enjoyed this twisted parody of the sudden girlfriend genre (or wanted to but didn't), then you should also try this even more twisted and in my opinion far more hilarious parody of the magical girl genre.
Like comedy? Like violence? Like Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan? Then it's highly likely that you'll enjoy Dai Mahou Touge. With comedic violence aplenty it's well worth checking out Punie, if you liked Dokuro.
Maebara Keiichi, an ordinary high-school boy, has transferred to a new school in Hinamizawa, a small rural village. At the outset everything seems peaceful and Keiichi becomes friends with a nice group of schoolgirls with whom he spends many idle summer afternoons. Suddenly violence encroaches upon the blissful peace of the village and Keiichi becomes entangled in an endless cycle of fear and death. The inconsistent, but inevitable horrors of Hinamizawa are told and retold becoming an endless and inescapable nightmare of insanity. Will it end even if the mystery of Hinamizawa is solved?
Both series have the blood, loli factor and crazyness, but one differs from another by a bit meaning they aren't same by the story and activites, but same by some details that are the main point of the series. If you liked one, you would like the other.
Satoshi and Arumi have been friends since early childhood, but now Arumi's family is moving to Hokkaido, deeply upsetting her long-time friend. However, when Arumi's grandfather accidentally breaks the pelican statue atop his restaurant, the duo find their world turned upside down and not quite as they left it. From a fairy tale kingdom, to kung fu China, to the prehistoric age and everything in between, Arumi and Satoshi can't quite seem to figure out where they are, or better yet, how they can manage to get home to their own Abenobashi Shoutengai!
Pain, pain, pain and yet more pain, is just one of the recurring themes that dominate these anime. Certainly even the comedy is on similiar style with the protagonist frequently finding themselves dying or in incredibly embarassing situations. Either way, both will have you in fits of laughter.
Meet Tsukune-chan, a young witch who patrols the country on her broomstick, helping out all those in need. Whether she is healing a rabbit-man’s broken leg, solving a murder case, or even battling a demon king, Tsukune-chan is sure to succeed in her own style, even if it means barbequing her familiar or whacking her foe in the head with a mallet! With her sister, Kokoro, whose sneezes cause massive explosions; Mr Mayor, who is often found goofing-off at her house; and Charlotte Flowers, her self-confessed rival, Tsukune-chan’s life is never dull, especially when you throw watermelon masters and mecha santas into the mix!
If you liked the comedic aspect of Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan 2, then you may want to watch Majokko Tsukune-chan, which shares that comedy style. Both series are fairly short and share a similar tone, so if you liked this, then try Majokko Tsukune-chan.