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?
Kazuki Shikimori is a 17-year old junior studying at Aoi Academy, an elite school for the magically gifted. However, unlike enrollment to the school would suggest, his magical prowess is below-average. In fact, he can only use magic eight times in his life, or he will die. But not all is lost: Kazuki's family tree includes the latent genetic material for magical greatness. After that information leaks out, Kazuki suddenly becomes the most popular male student in the school, and girls from powerful magician families begin chasing him to get his genes.
Maburaho and Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan what makes them the same is there craziness and heartfelt advnetures. In the case of Maruraho the main character is only allowed to use magic eight times while the average amount is around 80,000. Though his power has the ability to create or destroy the very earth. He is also chased by three very beautiful ladies all fighting for his love. In the case of Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan the main character is trying to get rid of one girl so he can have another girl. Though his problem is the one is sent by God. In both serious there is some action involved in each episode and in the case of Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan there is a lot of blood so be warned. Each serious is garneted to make you laugh and cry while watching them. These are a much watch for fun anime.
In a magical world, the naive and spunky Padadu is training to be a magical girl -- a title reserved for those who have defeated many in battles, and earns them a right to visit Earth. Along with her arch rival Pipin, seductive and manipulative Myumyu and the fugitive Nonononn, Padadu and her magical sentient fish costume travel the world in search of fun and adventure! But the tyrant queen Purilun and her lackey Zucchini are hot on their trail; will Padadu ever become a real magical girl?
Dokuro-chan and Magical Play are parodies of the magical girl genre (actually, it's possible that Magical Play isn't so much a parody as it is a very odd take on the genre, I still can't tell). Regardless, both feature magical girls with strange personal themes, ecchi elements, gratuitous violence (much more so in Dokuro-chan), a happy-go-lucky atmosphere that doesn't quite fit the story, and a cast of super-powered idiots.
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!
Both of these series display the idea that the storyline doesn't really matter and the sole reason is to find new and improved ways for the characters to experience death. While in Dokura it comes in the form of a club and some rather nasty methods of killing, Abenobashi sets the stage on the ever changing worlds that the pair visit. If you enjoyed the artist humour in either of the series then you'll most likely find the other one to your taste as well. Certainly worth watching both, just for the randomness.
Haruo is a short geeky schoolboy with a whiny voice and glasses, and the only one in his family without magic powers. Therefore it should come as no surprise that his life is a constant struggle to prevent being ravished by any nearby female. When a witch under a curse named Mamiya enters the fray, Haruo's precious maidenhood that he holds onto so dearly is placed in grave danger. With the added risqué brought on by the arrival of this new number one contender, Haruo's struggle becomes even more desperate, and his hidden powers begin to awaken.
I feel for the protagonists of these series. While trying to go about their everyday lives, they are constantly being harassed by the females around them. With all kinds of magic and funny situations thrown into the mix, they make for very good comedies!
Ink Nijihara, who does very well in her high school English class, has a crush on her classmate Nao; but as she is both shy and clumsy, she finds herself unable to get closer to him. Furthermore, since he does poorly in English, he does not intend to go to a university, crushing Ink's dreams of going there together with him. Out of the blue, a talking duck who turns out to be a polymorphed (and perverted) wizard exiled from a magic kingdom falls from the sky and lands in front of Ink. He offers her magical powers in return for helping people in need. Ink sees the magical girl transformation as a chance to help Nao with his English without feeling embarrassed about it, and thus she begins her adventures as Magical Teacher Pastel Ink!
both of the characters are most likely alike its ecchi and the boys are perverts they both are funny and magical but moetan doesnt have much killing but fighting so they are both some how a little the same the characters both have the same hair styles