A sun, a moon, and a girl; what sounds like a bizarre astronomy experiment is actually a group of friends in a lush and colorful fantasy world! With pesky rodents in the garden and fun times to be had, there’s never a dull moment for the Funny Pets and their master. From taking a ride in a convertible to games with cabbage, there’s nothing the Funny Pets will stop at to have a good time, even if it means embarrassing themselves in the process! Join the extra terrestrial pals and their human cohort as they tackle life one fun day at a time.
Meet Popee and Kedamono, two very abnormal circus performers that live a very eventful life. Whether they're performing dangerous stunts, dodging alien abductions or being taken over by a body-possessing frog, there's never a dull moment at the circus. Alongside the flamboyant Papi and a special elephant car, Kedamono and Popee will traverse an endless desert in search for an oasis, stab each other with knives for target practice and even blow each other up with bombs – but for poor Kedamono, surviving Popee's homicidal spurts will be difficult to say the least...
Two deranged, creepy and bizarre titles that seem to be aimed at children due to the goofy and awkward animation, but are anything but! As they are from the same director it's no surprise - these are a perfect disturbing pair.
They have a lot going for each other: They both look like crap with the same crap animation style, sound like crap, have the most god-awful repeating music that can bleed one's ears and some of the most creepiest, psychopathic maniacs in characters ever spawned. EVER. And they have the same sociopathic, lunatic violence that a devil couldn't love. With a non-existent comedic factor.
If you even decide to watch either one, don't do it alone. Bring a friend to share the pain. Only then, can you even consider these a maybe.
Both of these drunkenly walk the line between surreal and outright insanity often crossing over into full on WTF territory. The animation looks awful, the characters are creepy, and the episodes are offputting.
So why am I recommending these shows? Grab a friend to watch this with and you will be endlessly entertained by each others reactions as you watch these short concentrated bursts of insanity.
Both series are chock full of violence, disturbing behaviour and characters generally acting in a very demented and sociopathic manner. They're done by the same director and feature the same sort of unhinged music and animation that just can't help you leaving wondering why someone would make a show like this.
Both shows are also more fun to read and write about than to watch, so be sure to watch either of them with other people (it's also nice to have a support group ready after you've finished watching).
Both are weird and creppy 3D anime fully made by the same director. Both are episodic and their protagonist acts in a very twisted manner. If you watched one and still feel like trying your sanity, you should watch the other one too.
Both of these series are from the same, deranged creator and share a similar sensibility. If you love the messed up antics of one of these series then you should totally check out the other.
This should be backwards. If you didn't like one, then I would recommend not to watch the other. Both are poor 3D made animations with poor sound and characters who'd do anything that your normal human logic wouldn't apply. While the setting of some episodes are more or less ok, their actions aren't in both Popee the Annoyer and Annoying Pets. But then again, these were probably made to drive the audience crazy or to punish children.
Both of these two anime not only share the same CGI styling, but also similar characters. Almost every episode of both devolve into random acts of violence that ends up maiming or seriously injuring one or more of the characters. Add to this that they all behave in odd or eccentric ways, and tend to come off as incredably creepy and/or scary. The sound effects in both are also the same, as is the types of color scheme.
If you've liked (or hated) one, then the other's right for you!
Each day, Charady sits down with her pig and rabbit friends and reads a new joke. From the tale of a child and his adulterous father to the woes of the girls at a competition for blondes, from the plight of an old woman and her lost dog to a tribal boy's challenges and beyond, there's plenty of hilarious jokes to be read in Charady's book!
If you enjoyed the episodic jokey concept of eith Charady no Joke no Mainichi or Funny pets, then it might be worth your time checking out the other. While Charady demonstrates different forms of animation to Funny Pets, they share a similar tone of humour, so if one makes you laugh then the other is likely to do the same.
Funny Pets and Charady's Daily Joke both definitely have the same kind of bizarre animation and wordless dialogue between the main characters. If quirky-yet-scary-in-a-way is your thing, look no further. ^_^
weird characters, check, odd animation, check, strange humor, check. if you like any of these look no further as both of these anime have them. if you liked one i suggest you check out the other.
Stain spends his life rifling through the rubbish in Junk Alley hoping to find something good – and preferably edible. Alongside Palvan, his equally hungry feline friend, Stain makes the most of the oddities he discovers amongst the trash. Surrounded by bizarre neighbours such as a masked monkey and crabs who live in traffic cones, and a multitude of treasures waiting to be found, there’s never a dull day for the hapless Stain. From desperately trying to pry open a refrigerator and attempting to eat one of their lizard friends to magic crayons that make whatever you draw materialize in front of you, it seems anything is possible for Stain and Palvan – well, apart from finding a decent, guilt-free meal!
Aside from sharing teh same sort of visual style, both Mr. Stain and Funny Pets are short comedic anime without the use of actual speech. Both also contain various occasions of comedy violence, bizarre characters and odd situations. If you liked one then check out the other.
I'm convinced that there might not be a better pairing than Funny Pets and Mr Stain. Both have ridiculously creepy characters (the cat and the moon?!) who talk to each other silently, embarking on a variety of quiet, local misadventures. The random and bizarre is commonplace, and neither is that good. If you liked the tone of one, DEFINITELY check out the other.
Shinnosuke Nohara is a crude and rude five-year-old child with a penchant for dirty and inappropriate comments. Whether he's blackmailing his mother for an allowance, dropping his drawers, or snubbing girls at the playground, there's nothing the lecherous Shin-chan can't enjoy. Along with his dysfunctional family and wacky friends, Shin-chan will tackle life's daily problems - one exciting moment at a time!
Often human behavior is little better than that of animals. Men act like mere obedient dogs to their spouses, lone males howl like wild beasts, and wives feel the need to keep their husbands in check with a broom beating.
Not only are they both senseless piles of crap with bad animation and a plot going nowhere, they both feature abuse on males from females and on Funny Pet's part, abuse on males from males. If you're criminally insane to watch either one, check out the other as there's no hope for you.