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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!
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.
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.
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!
Mr Stain on Junk Alley and Charady's Daily Joke have a remarkably similar feel, though it's hard to explain why. Each has pretty freaky characters who move in odd ways, with a plethora of short stories to view. Just try it on for size and you'll see what I mean.
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...
Like watching anime with sociopathic characters and their deranged antics? Then both of these series are for you. Both employ the use of excessive comedy violence and downright bizarre plot twists.
Kirenenko and Putin are two rabbits living out their lives in a Russian prison. However, their days are anything but monotonous! From struggling to eat their still-alive dinner to trying to take a shower, to dealing with a croaking frog and even having visitors, the two have a variety of misadventures in their tiny cell. But will the duo manage to survive once they break out of jail?