Angels are genteel and graceful messengers from Heaven, right? Wrong! Sakura Kusakabe will create an invention that inadvertently ruins the future for womankind and thus, angels from the future have arrived to do the only reasonable thing: assassinate him! Fortunately for Sakura, one of them, Dokuro-chan, takes a liking to him but her intentions to protect him prove downright lethal. When Sakura’s not dodging her spiked bat Excalibolg, he’s fighting for his life on river escapades. And when he’s not quick enough, Dokuro-chan’s catchy incantation brings him back to life! Bludgeoning and blood splatters aside, can Dokuro-chan save the one she loves without damaging the future?
Haré and his mother live peacefully in the jungle, until one day the boy is overtaken by a omnipotent shadow. Later, he awakens to find Guu, a strange girl with even stranger abilities - notably, the ability to switch from a cute, lovable Guu, to a menacing delinquent who eats everything. Now Haré must live with Guu, and lead a normal life, despite her oddities.
Guu and Dokuro-chan each have the same kind of bizarre off-color humor, so it's no surprise that they were made by the same people. Guu is definitely more family-friendly than Dokuro-chan, but anyone who's seen the Guu OVA's should already be prepared for the bawdy, violent and weird humor of Dokuro-chan, and vice-versa.
It should come as no surprise that Haré+Guu and Dokuro-chan were made by the same people, as they use a similar sense of humour. Both contain a crazy and original idea which will provide you with some great laughs.
Haré+Guu and Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-Chan both deal with very similar main characters. In HG, Hale is a normal student until the intrusion of Guu, and same goes for Sakura-kun until the intrusion of Dokuro-chan. Guu and Dokuro-chan both possess unexplained, powerful abilities that always trouble the poor boys. If you are ready to laugh in watching a long, desparate diary of another boy being molested by the works of an unpredictable girl that somehow lives with him, give it a try. Original settings don't matter once the story gets going, fast.
Haré+Guu and Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan both feature a relatively normal boy who suddenly has to have a crazy girl live with and torment him. The girl has strange powers and relatively little understanding of societal norms.
The difference is that in Dokuro-chan, there's more violence and ecchi, and it's a shorter series than H+G.
Puni Puni Poemi is a spin-off of Excel Saga, the classic lampoon of all that is anime. It takes the daughter of two Excel Saga characters and puts her through parodies of shoujo, shounen, ecchi, hentai, and everything in-between. This eccentric show is the "Scary Movie" of anime: younger viewers need not apply.
I can't really make up my mind as to what 'Bokusatsu' is supposed to be about, but in any case it's a parody of magical girl anime like 'Puni'. Thus 'Puni' is definitely something you'd like if you liked 'Bokusatsu'.
Dokuro-chan and Puni Puni Poemy both succeed in creating a strange and hyper comedy anime. Both make fun of several anime styles by taking them to the extremes. These are definitely very similar anime.
Puni Puni Poemy and Bokusatsu Tenshi are a perfect match. Both are oddball comedies with hyperactive heroines running amok with plenty of ecchi moments thrown in for good measure. They have a rather tenuous plot that is compensated by a constant gag-fest that mocks anime clichés, mainly the magical girl genre in PPP and harem series in BT.
Both Dokuro-chan and Puni Puni Poemy have a very crude and random sense of humour. They both have plenty of sexual and violence jokes, are completely bizarre and are both short in duration. If you loved one, you'll enjoy the other just as much.
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!
Aside from the comedy aspect of both of these series, the main thing that connects these two series is the random violence. Granted, Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan has far more (and far bloodier) comedy violence in it than Majokko Tsukune-chan, but both series display a reasonable amount of comedic violence that doesn't often srve much purpose in plot development but is good for just having a giggle at.
Both of these are about a girl with supernatural powers. While Dokuro-chan is a lot more violent and ecchi, they're both very random comedies. They're also pretty short, so you wont waste much time even if you don't like one of them.
Both Dokuro-chan and Tsukune-chan are shows about "innocent" sadistic girls, so to say. They have a very crude and bloody sense of humor, and will therfor appeal to the same audience. Tsukune-chan lacks the ecchiness of Dokuro-chan, and the latter is also more violent, but they most definitely share their sense of humor. If you liked one of these, check out the other. They're both very short after all.
Random and often crude gag humor in those two is definitely among the best what shows of this type can offer.
Both series keep a fast pace with their jokes, which work brilliantly bound by Dokuro-chan's loose plot and Plastic Nee-san's short format of episodes.
Random, fast paced comedy with a group of friends that like to pull pranks and torture each other. Both these shows can get pretty crude with their comedy, but they remain consistenly funny. Dokuro-chan is a lot more violent than Plastic Nee-san and has a lot more blood. Both show have a lot of ecchi scenes. If you liked one then check other the other.
Plenty of fast pace, incredibly random comedy and a group of girls who love to cause mayhem, play pranks on and abuse each other. Both can get pretty crude at times, but it never goes too far in either. There is also a splash of ecchi in each.
I'd say Plastic Nee-san is the better of the two by quite some distance, with Dokuro-chan being a lot more violent.
It is the year 300X, and the Earth is in peril! Tsuru Tsururiina, the evil dictator of the Margarita Empire has sent his elite troops to Earth to snatch every last hair on the heads of the unsuspecting populace! But there is one man who will stand up against the malicious invasion and save everyone from the terrible horror of baldness: Boboboubo Boubobo! Using his secret art of nose hair combat, Boubobo will not rest until the Margarita forces are gone from Earth for good. But can he succeed without the help of the pink-haired girl Beauty, or the mysterious Pickle that follows him around?
Both of them have ramdom comedy one with blood the other without blood. Enemies seems to be the good ones. you laugh with each scene
You can't stop laughing with them. Both are crazy with strange people everywhere everytime. Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo is crazier, because everything that happens is absurd, but very funny.