Ayumu was murdered by a serial killer – at least, he was. For after the mysterious Eucliwood Hellscythe revives him, he changes from a human to a zombie, much to his dismay. Now, in addition to being unable to die, the boy must see to the whims of his supernatural, silent companion – but things continue to get worse from there. As once Ayumu accidentally steals a magical girl named Haruna's powers, he is tasked with the embarrassing, obnoxious task of being a magical girl – err, boy – in her stead! Then with the addition of a hostile vampire ninja to his household, can Ayumu manage to maintain his new home life, fight against attacking monsters, and track down the person who killed him all while attempting to keep what little dignity he has left in tact?
Fifteen-year-old Tsukune Aono is average in every way; he has no hobbies, less-than-stellar grades and he's even flunked his high school entrance exam. His parents have managed to enroll him in a school, but it's no ordinary school! Tsukune will be attending the Youkai Academy, a place where monsters learn how to co-exist with humans! As the werewolves, vampires, witches and other monsters are required to retain their human forms, Tsukune - the lone human - is able to avoid their bloodthirsty gazes. However, he quickly attracts the attention of a number of devilish beauties including the vampire Moka, a busty succubus and even a young witch! It seems Tsukune's average life isn't so average anymore!
Both of these anime are fanservicy comedies with monsters or other supernatural creatures. At first, monstrous females are the male protagonist’s enemies, but after battling, they end up becoming his friend and are subsequently added to his ever increasing harem! The main heroines - Yuu and Inner Moka - similarly have an air of coolness in whatever they do, easily making them the more favorable characters.
Both of these animes revolve around a guy that is completely out-of-his-element, and finds himself with a harem of otherworldly women. Both animes also involve just a bit of school life. They also involve ecchi, slapstick comedy, and some pretty interesting antagonists.
Both are harem action/comedies with supernatural elements, including monster girls, and a monster-of-the-week style. Zombie is more over-the-top though, and I feel has higher quality story and animation.
in both shows there is an array of different supernatural characters all attracted to one guy. also both have a lot of panty shots.
On a day like any other, Kakeru and Yuko chat on the school roof. But when things get a little heated, the pair – along with Yukiko, Takahisa and the rest of the gang – find themselves in another world once more... but this time it's pink! And the color of the sky isn't the only thing that's changed. Kakeru can now see through everyone's clothes (including Takahisa's, much to Kakeru's dismay); Tachibana can talk; and even Misuzu now wields an 'adult toy' instead of a sword. Just who is controlling this erotic new place?
If you want a hilarious dose of slapstick comedy combined with ecchi (that even I, a non-ecchi lover, enjoyed) and a hefty dose of 'manservice', you seriously need to see these titles. If you just watched Zombie and haven't seen 11eyes, don't worry about it - in my opinion this can be enjoyed without knowledge of the series.
If you like Kore wa Zombie dusu ka I'm sure you'll like 11eyes Special and vice versa, because both animes are similar. Both of them are ecchi animes and also have a lot of magic/supernatural powers and violence,and there's also the comedy part, that contributes to the overall enjoyment of this anime.
If you watched either Kore wa Zombie or 11Eyes(special), you'll like the other,
Both have Fantasy, slapstick comedy, Fanservice scenes and both of them are also very enjoyable wether you are a Ecchi-fan (like me) or not.
A real recommendation and it should definitely be checked out.
Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi and Kore wa Zombie desu ka have a whole lot in common. They both have dark fantasy settings where the male protagonists are made more or less unkillable by the main female characters, who are both extremely powerful magical beings who live cursed lives.
They differ in the style of execution. Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi tends towards semi-serious angst-driven drama, while Kore wa Zombie desu ka favors completely over-the-top wacky comedy.
Both series have this immortal guy who keeps going on about the girl who made him immortal that he has to protect. Both series contain the same style of fighting and harem elements(lots of girls, only one-two guy(s)).
Kore wa focusses on the humor that you can have with a guy who just can't die, while usagi has more serious fights and actually tries to tie a story to the whole. If you're looking for magical combat, check them both out. If you're only in it for the humor/story elements, best stay clear of the other side of this rec.
Puni Puni Poemi is a spin-off of Excel Saga, the classic lampoon of all that is anime. It takes the daughter of two Excel Saga characters and puts her through parodies of shoujo, shounen, ecchi, hentai, and everything in-between. This eccentric show is the "Scary Movie" of anime: younger viewers need not apply.
As far as parodies of the magical girl genre go, few are as hilarious and far out as Kore wa Zombie and Puni Puni. The humor is risque at times and poked fun at every single convention. Zombie has cross dressing and Puni delights in shoujo-ai nuances, both push the envelope and make the viewer either confused, amused or both.
Two words define shows: Insane and unconventional. Both shows provide humor in some of the most insane and unconventional ways possible. They provide some great laughs and a sometimes relieving step away from the conventions of anime.
Ever since Tomoki was a boy, he’s dreamed that the girl he loves vanishes into the sky. However, while he’s convinced it’s just a dream, his classmate Sugata is convinced that it’s related to an alleged ‘new continent’ that’s floating around the planet. According to Sugata’s calculations it’s set to pass above their town at midnight, and sends Tomoki to check it out. Little did Tomoki know that at that moment, a scantily-clad angel would fall from the sky! Calling herself a pet-class Angeloid named Ikaros, she promises to fulfill Tomoki’s every wish. Now, Tomoki is able to manipulate panties and do equally as perverted things with ease; but what is Ikaros really here for, and are her motives as pure as they seem?
In both of these series the main cast is very similiar. Presence of Ikaros and Nymph in Sora no Otoshiomono and Hellsythe and Haruna in Zombie. Both Ayumu and Tomoki keep getting in embarrassing situations. Plus some gender blender though little less in Otoshiomono. Similarity is outstanding. If you liked one of these be sure to check the other one out.
I would recommend it, because
the humor is similar
both deal about fantasy themes wrapped up in a reality environment
and some fighting is also incuded.
The main reason they share, however, is the ridiculously funny humor