Kenji likes to think that he and his gang of friends are the bad boys of their school. That is, until he meets the four insane girls of a game-making club whose personalities are all super weird (and a little on the violent side). When Kenji’s forced to join their little group, his life quickly takes a turn for the outrageous.
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Once a popular all girls' school, Ousai Private Academy is now co-ed due to declining birth rates. Takatoshi Tsuda, a boy newly attending Ousai solely because of the proximity to his house, is quickly forced to become the student council vice president and male representative of the school by president Shino Amakusa. Now looked upon as nothing more than a filthy pig by his female peers, Takatoshi must cope with learning about a whole new side of the opposite gender, hearing plenty of dirty sex and period jokes along the way!
Both are boke and tsukkomi comedies set in a high school, and feature a cast of pretty crazy girls with varying personalities as they barge their way into a guys life, and cause all sorts of mayhem in the process.
Seitokai Yakuindomo is considerably more perverted than D-Frag, which is more of a straight up comedy series, but i feel fans of one will find the other interesting.
These are both comedies that feature a cast of zany female characters that inflict themselves onto the male straightman. Both these shows are comedies first and the what plot there is comes second. Both shows feature tons of random humor that leaves the straightman as an island of sanity in an otherwise insane world.
Seitokai is much more focused on the perverted humor and a lot of the comedy is found in the fast paced dialogue. The humor in D-Frag is more varried with a lot of sight gags and physical humor to go alone with the verbal jokes.
If you're in the mood for some crazy humor then these are both good series to pick up.
School comedies with a crazy cast and loads of humor based off the straight man, crazy man comedy routine to great effect. Lampshades are hung, walls are broken and in Seitokai Yakuindomo's case, there's a perverted joke every minute. If there isn't one by the time the scene is over, someone will mention it. Pretty entertaining comedies and they don't often delve into drama and really heavy stuff so they're light on the brain.
In both of these awesome anime, the whole point is to have a good time. If you love laughing, you will love both of these. There are tons of jokes, and every episode of both anime made me laugh so many times. If you liked one, you will definitely like the other.
Kodaka is a delinquent. At least, that’s what his fellow classmates seem to think. Thanks to his naturally-blonde hair and an unfortunate series of misunderstandings, the boy can’t seem to shake his false reputation and hasn’t made a single friend. That is, until one day he overhears the normally-aloof Yozora enthusiastically chatting with an imaginary friend, and discovers that she’s just as lonely as he is! In an attempt to finally meet people the duo decides to form the “Neighbors Club”, and are soon joined by a number of other fellow misfits such as Sena, the busty, popular daughter of the school president who can’t seem to connect with others. Together, the gang learns about the joys of friendship through many misadventures such as playing RPGs, visiting the swimming pool or even hunting down delicious takoyaki!
D-Frag follows the similar theme of a club, a protagonist who is percieved as a delinquent but isn't, and the bully-ish female club member seen in Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukanai. Also, it is obviously heading in a harem direction.
These shows have almost identical starting points. Both are about (not-really) deliquents who are forced to join a club and accidentally end up in various hilarious and romantic situations.
Haganai strikes the more serious notes, focusing more on the relationship dynamics, while D-Fragments takes a lighter tone and focuses more on the humor.
In Gintoki's Japan, the arrival of the various space races known collectively as the Amanto ended the era of the samurai. The Amanto's highly advanced technology resulted in total conquest and a severe economic shift. Now, former samurai such as Gintoki scrape together whatever livelihood they can. Gintoki's profession of choice is that of a yorozuya: he'll complete any job for money. However, he’s unmotivated; and spending most of the day on the couch with the latest issue of Jump and a carton of Strawberry Milk is his preferred pastime. It turns out that his new unpaid employees, Shinpachi and Kagura, are going to interfere with his pastime even more than with his "work"! Of course, none of this means he has really given up on his samurai ideologies!
If you enjoy this show for being dialogue, character and comedy driven, you'll definitely enjoy the other. The biggest similarity comes in the type of humor they choose to employ, both relying heavily on the classic "straight-man" and "funny-man" tropes.
If you loved the humor in one, do yourself a favor and check out the other.
Although Gintama takes their humor a bit further, it's basically the same kind of humor. So if you liked one of these you'll definetly like the other.
Seeking a cure for his depraved masochism, Taro Sado approaches the Second Volunteer Club on the recommendation of his best friend, Tatsukichi. There he finds the help of the violent but kind Mio Isurugi who promises to beat the masochism out of him by any means necessary. Will Taro be able to survive the assaults of this upperclassman, the overly-affectionate attentions of his mother and sister, and still lead a normal school life? Unlikely. But will he get over his perverse fetish? He sure hopes so.
These are both wacky school comedies about a group of misfits in an after school club. They both start when an outsider enters the club and stirs things up with their presence. Both shows feature a lot of parodies both of other anime as well as pop culture in general. Both anime have a cast of eccentric characters with funny quirks and a lone straight man that seems like an island of sanity in a crazy world.
MM! is primarily an ecchi comedy so most of the humor tends to be rather perverse. D-Frags comedy is more broad, but it has its fair share of perverted jokes as well.
MM! has much better comedic timing and the editing is much tighter while makes it a much better comedy. D-Frag does have a lot of funny moments, but the editing leaves them feeling a bit lacking. However, if you enjoy school life comedies with a heavy parody aspect then try both of these shows.
Have a problem? Talk to Otogi Bank, a student aid group that helps people get what they need – for a hefty price. Led by Liszt Kiriki and staffed by tsundere Ryouko, inventor Majolica, jealous Otohime, flirtatious Tarou, serious Alice, nervous Ryoushi and maid Otsuu, Otogi Bank assists with everything from helping break into a rival school to convincing an upperclassman to not quit a sports team. Can Otogi Bank manage to make all their clients happy, and most importantly, will Ryoushi ever manage to win Ryouko’s heart?
These are both school life comedies about after school clubs and the relatively normal new guy that joins a club full of weirdos. Both of these shows have a lot of energy and cast of interesting, quirky but likable characters.
Ookami isn't a straight comedy, but also has some romance and drama. D-Frag is a straight comedy with a lot of parody, but if you like shows that focus on school students with lots of funny moments then both these shows are good options.