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When Kaede, a girl frustrated with her grades like any other teenager, finds a female Ninja attempting to steal her underwear, she didn't expect a friendship to be the result. And as the modern day world of ordinary high schooler Kaede collides with Ninja-in-training Shinobu, she soon comes to discover that the world of modern day Ninjas are filled with parties, picnics, and the training of the elder master Ninja yellow form changing glob: Onsokumaru!
The obvious link between these series is that both spoof an aspect of feudal Japans. Shibobuden takes Ninjas and puts them down as a perverted bunch, and Jubei-chan takes Samurai and puts them down as weird old men, clinging on to past habits and customs. Both series peak in terms of being zany and crazy characters. Really, you can't go wrong with either of them.
Jubei-chan is about Samurai and 2x2=Shinobuden is about Ninjas; different main themes, but their sense of humour is about the same. They both dwell into the origin and history of these forms, and make fun of it. I think you'll have fun with both anime. 2x2=Shinobuden is really wacky.
The sene of humor in both of these series are of the same type. They are very absurd and often break the fourth wall by commenting that they are characters in an anime or that there are people watching. Both of these series are parodies in a way with Jubei-Chan being a parody of swordsman/samurai stories and Ninja Nonsense being well a parody of ninjas. There are two major differences between these two series I should mention though. Ninja Nonsense is much more perverted in its humor than Jubei-Chan so the content of the humor isn't always equivalent between the two series. Also Ninja Nonsense doesn't have an overarching story like Jubei-Chan. If these two aspects don't bother you then if you've watched one of these give the other a try.
Who knew coming of age could be so tough? 16 year-old Yohko Mano is your typical high-schooler dealing with a not-so-typical upbringing. Her grandmother has been training her in the martial arts and tests her skills on a regular basis. And all Yohko really cares about is a date with Hideki! Well, fickle fate intervenes and Yohko's destiny as a destroyer of demons is revealed. This entertaining romp has plenty of fanservice and action to keep the boys drooling.
Both these shows are essentially about a reluctant magical girl. Devil Hunter Yohko is slightly darker and involves monsters, while Jubei Chan is more akin to a martial arts movie/Magical Girl series. However, in both cases you almost sympathize with the heroins who just want to live normal lives.
Yohko and Jubei are both faced with a destiny they can't escape... fighting a very strange assortment of characters almost daily! While Devil Hunter Yohko is a bit more ecchi (nudity) Jubei-chan has it's own set of mature humor...with a lot of focus on breasts. Each one of these is cute and action packed... in it's own way.
In the revolutionary Meiji period, Japan is undergoing enormous political change. It is a time when vagabonds and terrorists will use any method to prevent the modernization of their country, even if it means trampling on the innocent in the process. In such a time, Himura Kenshin, a wandering samurai, has dedicated his life to protecting the weak and desperate peasants from those who would oppress them. However, Kenshin has a dark past which threatens to destroy the values he is fighting for. When he meets his new friends Kaoru, Sanosuke, and Yahiko, and tries to build a peaceful life with them, events conspire against him. Can Kenshin overcome the demons within and without, and finally ensure the peaceful future that Japan deserves?
Worlds apart, both Kenshin and Jubei Chan do indeed portray certain aspects of Japanese culture, as well as highligting samurai action. Kenshin the quentisential over the top samurai drama, and Jubei Chan the parody magical girl samurai revival. Its all good baby.
At times funny, at times deadly serious, both Jubei-chan and Rurouni Kenshin feature somewhat reluctant heroes with a cast of very unusual people.
Nanoha used to be a normal grade school student until one day she found a ferret in the woods -- but he's no ordinary ferret! His name is Yuuno, he hails from another world, and he needs Nanoha’s help to complete his mission: to capture the Jewel Seeds (mysterious stones that imbue their wielder with great power) that fell to Earth. Along with Yuuno, Nanoha must now collect the Seeds and protect her world, but she isn’t alone. A rival is also trying to collect the Seeds for an unknown purpose, and only Nanoha has the power to stop her…
Jubei-chan and Lyrical Nanoha are recognized for their magical girl stylings: an unwilling female protagonist, the wise sidekick who guides her as she takes her first steps into a larger world, and a mystical artifact that's the source of the heroine's power.
But instead of being targeted to the usual demographic, these two shows seem designed for male audiences. Both series feature enough action to keep viewers interested and provide the necessary back-story for enjoying their respective sequels.
Jubei-chan and Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha are clearly both magical girl series. However, they are both unusual in that they aren't necessarily aimed at a female audience, as are most magical girl series. In addition, they both have superb action sequences and a protagonist who manages to reach out to many of her foes and show them the error of their ways.
Linn Suzuki made her way to Tokyo in search of her elder brother but found trouble instead. Lovely Detective Miho Kuon comes to Linn's aid as she is accosted by thugs, and thus begins their adventures together. Linn must endure geeky magicians, fierce tree spirits, and her 100-year-old master all while trying to stay clothed! Full of action and fanservice, Kotetsu is a debacle of martial arts mayhem.
The Adventures of Kotetsu and Jubei-Chan both share a slapstick element that ties into a very interesting take on Swordstyle martial arts. The former is a bit more "adult" than the later, but I'm positive that one would likely enjoy one as much as the other, so long as you weren't too young ^_^