For Banji Suke and his family, living in one place for more than a few months seems impossible, as the childish antics of both Banji and his father keep getting them kicked out of their neighborhoods! After yet another move, Banji finds himself attending the Amazon Academy, but there's a catch: because of a mixup, his uniform is... for a girl?! Fearing certain humiliation in front of his classmates, he decides to do the only sensible thing -- masquerade as a woman.
Takisawa Noboru is the new "blazing transfer student" at Honjakuniku High School -- an educational institution where matters are settled by the only logical thing: fighting! With his first 5 minutes marred by an unpleasant encounter with hall monitor Jonoichi Yukari, Noboru knows he's off to a bad start; but things only get worse from there! To win the heart of the fair maiden Takamura Yukari, Noboru must battle the resident badass of the school, Mushicho Ibuki, before Ibuki wins her as a trophy in the arena!
With a similar art style, both shows focus much more on fast paced action rather than establishing characters, instead just riffing off popular archetypes. Oshii Mamoru these are not, but for a bit of mindless fun with generic but funny characters you could do a lot worse.
Hibiki is unemployed, unmotivated, and out of luck. But it seems his luck just might change: a nearby school is looking for qualified instructors, but there's a catch.. females only! With rent looming around the corner and the landlord threatening to cook the dog if you don't pay up, what's a guy to do? Become a woman, of course. Watch Hibiki as he blunders his way through embarassing situations, under the close scrutiny of the headmaster's gaze and his female students' admiration.
Jun Asuka is a member of an aristocratic family that has a tradition of marrying off its daughters once they reach the age of eighteen. For the athletic and independent Jun, this is a fate worse than death, and thus she escapes the castle with her servant, Kurata Onami. But escape, it seems, is not so easily achieved as her mother has sent a gaggle of goons to not only retrieve her, but to take her virginity as well. Will Jun's purity and kick-ass fighting skills save the day, or will she be screwed -- literally!
Both are rather horrible Go Nagai anime about gravely dysfunctional families, 'whacky' action, fanservice and outlandish plots. They are both great to poke fun and laugh at, so if you find yourself wanting more material of his to mock, check the other one out.
After being placed in a reformatory, Saki Asamiya has only one thing in abundance: attitude. But attitude alone won't help when Saki is faced with a decision: become a cop and help hunt down criminals or watch her imprisoned mother be executed! Thus, she heads back to the crime-ridden school of her past, Takanoha High, only to find that a trio of women known as the Mizuchi Sisters have taken over. Armed with a deadly yoyo and a razor sharp wit, Saki is ready to clean up the school and save her reputation as the number one bully, while hurting the bad guys in the process!
Although both Sukeban Deka and Delinquent in Drag appear to be cheaply made OVAs, they both belong to successful franchises that have seen multiple live action adaptations, including recent ones by those responsible for Tokyo Gore Police and the Machine Girl (Sukeban Boy and Yo Yo Girl Cop).Both anime also contain sexual sequences, though Delinquent in Drag plays this for laughs, whereas Sukeban Deka is much darker and potentially triggering, with multiple depictions of rape.