Naeko and Kousuke Fujiwara have just been given a gift from their grandfather: the mess of a mansion they live in will now be cared for by two capable maids – Fubiki, a beauty that appeals to Kousuke’s fetish; and Kogarashi, a huge, strong man who will perform his maid duties to his fullest! What the two don’t know is that they are the last in line for their family’s inheritance, and these two “maids” have been hired to protect them. For Kousuke, this new life is a dream come true; but for Naeko, her mammoth, gravity-defying breasts will never be safe from Kogarashi or any other male’s antics again!
Sagara Sousuke is far from the average high school student -- not only is he highly trained in military tactics, he puts his knowledge to use in every single applicable situation (and even those nonapplicable ones.) So, when confronted with high school, he tends to turn average high school experiences into off-the-wall adventures. Love letters become terrorist threats and field trips become commando operations; his survival depends on the watchful eye of his best friend and classmate, Chidori. Together, they may just make it out of high school alive...
Both series are about a normal (albeit special) teenage schoolgirl who is protected by a man with little to no respect to social norms and common sense. The resulting over the top slice-of-life comedy is equally entertaining in both cases. However, where Fumoffu pretends to be realistic, Maid Guy is decisively larger-than-life and much more fanservice-y.
We have an aggressive high school girl and she has someone who looks after her in a very special way, namely without any common sense, ignoring normal people and placing their mission over everything. Literally.
A super skilled militant set to protect an outspoken high school girl in their own special ignorant way. That is the comical setting of these shows, and very comical it is. Great slapstick humor that very similar to the other, so watch the other, cus you will love it just as much.
both are about a guy who is highly skilled trying to protect a woman. but the guys usually end up doing something stupid to make the woman angry. and often get beat up by them. both are extremely funny and will have you laughing for a while while still maintaining an adequite amout of action.
While visiting his hometown, junior high school student Michishio Nagasumi's life was changed forever when he nearly drowned. Though he was saved by a mermaid named San, there’s a catch -- her family is part of a merfolk mafia, and they abide by a strict rule: If a mermaid is discovered by a man, either he or the mermaid must die. That is, unless the man marries into the family! Faced with such a decision, Nagasumi can only oblige their customs and become a "happy" newlywed. Now, with a new school year around the corner, Nagasumi must find a way to deal with his new bride, keep her true nature a secret, and most importantly, escape inevitable death at the hands of San's over-protective father’s gang!
While Kamen no Maid Guy is more heavy on the fanservice and ecchi then Seto no Hanayome (although by no means does it lack it) they both have the same type of humor: that all too random what-the-hell-just-happened type of mindfuck that leaves you rolling on the floor in laughter and utter confusion.
Both Kamen no Maid Guy and Seto no Hanayome are comical in their randomness and hyperbole. If anything describes the show Seto no Hanayome in its style, hyperbole catches it. All characters' emotions are super-exaggerated and so is anything else that can be exaggerated. From funky facial expressions to mermaid mafias, Seto no Hanayome is exxagerated humor.
Maid Guy also makes use of heavy exageration. From Maid Guy's superpowers to his own dress, he defines overkill. To go as far as to wake up your master by putting a shower-hose in her cleavage (lol), Maid Guy loves to overdo things, especially to criticize the hypersexuality present in modern day. To go as far as to propose the idea of everyone being a maid, especially a guy, is ludicris.
Although Kamen no Maid Guy contains a far more considerable amount of (mostly harmless) ecchi than Seto no Hayanome, if you enjoyed the wacky gadgets, powers, exaggeration-based humor and situations too hilariously absurd to possibly describe from one of these two shows, you'll definitely enjoy the other one!
These two shows definitely have that strong paced and aggressive comedy aspect to them than you know and love if you have seen either one. Check the other out.
On Earth, humans live unaware of the many gods who watch over them and help maintain a sense of balance. But one day, a very special girl named Ichiko Sakura will come face to face with one in the flesh – Momiji, the goddess of misfortune! For Ichiko is unknowingly sapping good fortune from those around her, sporting abnormal levels of beauty, intellect, athletic skill and wealth, and it's up to Momiji to help put things back into order. There's just one problem: selfish Ichiko is fully satisfied with her life, and wants nothing of the sort! Determined to keep her mojo safe from the cranky goddess's giant syringe and wide array of bad luck "devices", Ichiko now must deal with a whole host of supernatural lunatics and the fact that her new tormentor has moved in as an unwanted house guest, all the while trying her best to stay as fabulous as possible!
Why you would also like Kamen no Maid Guy/Binbougami ga!: Well, its kind of the same intese humor tho slightly different.
Kamen no Maid Guy is a great anime humorous, intense and rather extreme and as far as i can tell from one episode Binbougami ga! is heading the same way.
Its the same stupid/funny comedy. Every chapter will give you lots of laught. If you like one, watch the other
These shows are definitely very similar in the way they deliver the brute comedy. Always in one extreme way or another, a very fun watch.
When Hayate was young, Santa appeared in a dream and told him that if he worked hard, he’d be rewarded. Thus, with an unbreakable will, the unfortunate Hayate has struggled through life holding onto that belief. In the present, his parents are lazy and unemployed, forcing Hayate to work several jobs to pay the bills. As if things couldn’t get worse, Hayate’s parents then run away, leaving him with an enormous debt and loan sharks on his tail! Naturally, the best solution to find money fast is… to kidnap someone?! A girl named Nagi is the target, but due to an unfortunate miscommunication, she believes Hayate has proposed to her and falls for him hard. After Nagi paid off his debt, Hayate must now work as her butler in order to repay her; but first, he must adapt to her wacky world!
Both series are about butlers trying to serve their master to the best of their ability. And of course just because they are butlers doesn't mean they can do no wrong. With mistakes that will make you laugh so hard, if you like one you are sure to like the other
Both are funny and will make you laugh so hard that you will cry. There is action in both with comedy to make a serious situation into a joke.
Watch this anime if you want a die laughing show
In another reality protected by a sentient portal lies the Magician's Academy – a facility for learning about the magical arts and the power of summoning. Takuto Hasegawa is one such student who must balance his life on Earth with his life at the Academy. His life was relatively normal until one day, he summoned a naked creature who he dubs Tanarotte, and who subsequently becomes his servant. Takuto must now care for this busty beauty, but it won't be easy – representatives of both the god and demon realms want to put a stop to Tanarotte's existence, for once she chooses to become a god or demon she will throw off the balance of power between the two kingdoms. Now, Takuto finds himself in the middle of a variety of ecchi and cleavage-heavy situations as he tries to continue his studies, while slowly and inadvertently acquiring more scantily-clad women that he must watch over.
If excessive ecchi is your thing, try out Kamen no Maid Guy and Macademi Wasshoi. Sure, Kamen focuses on maids and Macademi is based in a magic academy, but since both are filled with tons of ecchi, this is still a good rec to make.
Both are pretty zany with good comedy and lots of energy. Neither has excessive fanservice instead being basically about the good time.