With a history of leading a motorcycle gang and getting bad grades in school, why would 22 year old Onizuka ever want to become a teacher? Is it to educate young minds or spread the joy of education? Sure, if it involves being able to look up high school girls' skirts! Watch as this would-be educator uses his own life lessons and unconstituted methods as a means to control a delinquent class of students -- students who certainly aren't as happy to have him as a teacher as he is happy to be teaching...
At Ina Middle School, the boys’ Ping Pong Club is seen as more of a joking matter than something worth the school's budget. It doesn't help that they are constantly being outdone by the girls' team and their fiery-tempered coach, as well the fact that most of the boys on the team care more about their ding dongs than their ping pongs! In a desperate attempt to motivate the team, the boys' coach introduces a hot-bodied female manager, who might just bring a sexual tension to the team that could work to their advantage. But can these hopeless boys improve their game enough to emerge victorious at the upcoming tournament and win the prize she's willing to give?
good old fashioned shool house anime with rediculous characters who like to dress up in costumes, and are not afraid to get perverted. Both anime are oddly similar in many ways.
Both shows are about crazy boys doing crazy things in a school setting. Lots of laughs are to be had with what goes down. GTO focuses on the teacher more than the students like Ping Pong Club does but I'm sure fans of one would enjoy the other
After former motorcycle gang leader Yajima Kintaro saves the life of the Yamato Construction Company's CEO, he is offered a job working for the company. However, when it becomes apparent that a corrupt faction of the company is trying to gain full control, Kintaro's moral and physical strengths become more useful than the CEO ever imagined. As he works his way up the career ladder Kintaro is forced to deal with many problems, from confrontations with Yakuza bosses to preventing the collapse of a tunnel. But can an uneducated and rowdy person really make it as a salaryman?
Both these anime tell the story of a rowdy rulebreaker in a milieu governed by decorum and rules. Both protagonists have turned from being leaders of motorcycle gangs (bōsōzoku) to undertaking careers that seem completely different from their pasts. Kintaro to be a sarariman, a salaried employee of a corporation; Onizuka to become a teacher. Yet in both cases, their rowdy pasts and a surprising amount of determination are turned to their advantage.
If there is a difference between Onizuka and Kintaro, it is that Kintaro takes himself a great deal more seriously than Onizuka. Where Onizuka is essentially a vulgar person with a heart of gold, Kintaro is a diamond in the rough, a great and dignified leader in the making.
Both Onizuka and Kintaro are former gangleaders that chooses to try and become less disruptive members of society. They face some problems when their own personal convictions puts them at odds with the demands of holding down an honest job. Especially when trying to find ways of solving these problems by means other than resorting to fisticuffs.
The title characters in both Great Teacher Onizuka and Salaryman Kintaro have unsavory backgrounds and an ability to solve seemingly impossible problems with ease. Both characters are more admirable than the straitlaced society that disparages them. GTO is the better of the two as it uses humor instead of over-the-top sanctimony to drive its point across, but the two series are similar enough that if you enjoyed one, you should like the other, as well.
Wakame High School has its fair share of weirdos, and transfer student Fumiya "Fuumin" Okometsubu is about to meet the strangest one of all. Planning to make one hundred new friends, the first to step up to the plate is Masaru Hananakajima. Becoming an unwilling student in Masaru's secret martial arts style, the two embark on enrolling more unsuspecting victims to learn the "Sexy Commando" way of fighting. Recruiting Kyasharin, the feeblest strong man in the world; and Kondo, the aspiring manly man; the group embark on a voyage of moronic triviality. From an outrageous sleepover to playing the baseball Game of Honour, the team must finally pull together and remove their pants for the National Sexy Commando Tournament!
If you liked GTO, you might like Sexy Commando as well as they both are based on the idea of a ridiculously bizarre but nevertheless omnipotent guy appearing and making that nerdy guy's life at school worth living.
Both shows have an amazing main lead that gets into all kind of trouble in a school setting. Both will make you laugh, cringe, and plain out wonder wtf just happened. Check em out!
The everyday life of the average, everyday guy is filled with the hope of getting even just a glimpse of an attractive woman's delicates in any way possible, and in any location: on the subway, in the park, or even under a table. One particular guy, Steve, finds it to be an amazing hobby, and would stoop to new lows to further his collection of panty shots, which he has hung about his room in a most decorative fashion. Colorful is a spastic, strange and extremely high octane way to look at the world of the typical man.
You like to laugh don't you? You like it perverted huh? Or maybe it's just that you like to laugh at perverted men? If that's the case (and I'm sure it is)you'll enjoy Colorful and GTO.
Both anime series have an ero humor. The theme of naked girls is very attractive to men. All the time it's very funny to watch the main heroes and their foolishness.
Ippo Makunouchi is a loser. He has no friends, he spends his free time helping his mom with work, and he's constantly being beaten up by bullies. But that all changes when one day he's saved from another beating by Takamura, an up-and-coming boxer. Soon, Ippo turns his life around with a passion for the newly discovered sport, but his new lifestyle is far from easy! Before he can even dream of becoming champion, he'll have to overcome a slew of fierce rivals and learn what 'dedication' really means.
Hajime no Ippo and GTO both have the same kind of humor, and I find the animation style somewhat similar. The over all _feeling_ of the two are however very similar, and I really think that if you like one that you would like the other.
I find the humor in both these animes somewhat similar. Other that that they both have fighting. In Hajime no Ippo most of the story is about fighting. But in GTO the story is about a guy who used to run a gang becoming a teacher, so it has some occasional fight scenes.I think if you liked one you will probably like the other aswell. ^^