In present day Japan, the life of a school girl is never dull. The easily-bored Konata never finds time to study because of her otaku habits, which frustrates hard-working Kagami to no end. On the other hand, laid-back Tsukasa always manages to go with the flow, while Miyuki is concerned with keeping her status as resident know-it-all. Join these four girls as they muse and meander their way through everyday events such as eating chocolate cones, doing homework, gaming, and trips to the beach galore.
Basically the same slice of life comedy genre, Lucky Star is like an anime representing the otaku-ness/stereotypes of Japan, while Acchi Kocchi is about love.... i guess? They both give the same feel of ordinary everyday highschool life. Even in the mangas theyre both 4-koma "comic strips". The characters are also kinda similar, but Acchi Kocchi actually has GUYS and also more characters. I liked Lucky STar better prob cuz Im an otaku~ >:) It wouldnt hurt to watch any of them~
If you liked one of Acchi Kocch or Lucky Star and especially if you liked Konata or Tsumiki, there's a big chance that you'd like the other serie. Both series consist of pretty much every day life and are both very funny in similar ways.
Both are chibi and very random. They bth have a cute sense or humor and are very cute. I recomend you watch it.
Both have a simular atmosphere where the watcher can enjoy a short story in a calm environment with a warm feeling.
Take Lucky Star, introduce male characters, add a hint of romance, but reduce the amount of otaku jokes and you'll get Acchi Kocchi. Sounds fun? If so, give Acchi Kocchi a go.
Warrning: Dangerously moe.
Both Lucky Star and Acchi Kocchi are relaxing animes, although they don't have big detailed plots or cliffhangers they have a calm feeling to them and are enjoyable to watch. If you like one you are bound to like the other!
Having been close friends for years, when young Tooru passes her entrance exam she immediately rushes to tell Run that they will be attending the same school. However, since Run is one year older, not only will the two girls be in different classes, but the air-headed second year has already made her own friends, Yuuko and Nagi. Now the small, volatile and overprotective Tooru must learn to share her best friend and get to know her new acquaintances, as the four girls make the most of each new day.
Both series are slices of life about the life of four high school students. They don't have main plot - it's ordinary school life - talking about "problems" and spending time on silly things. Even if A Channel is not that good as Lucky Star, you can spend a good time waiting for LS2 :)
Both Lucky star and A channel are slow placed, slice of life comedies about four high school girls. Even the stereotypes are the same. Both of them are relatively enjoyable sunday munches where the comedic aspect lies in amusement as opposed to hilarity that centers on the banter dialogue amongst the characters. Both are also in chibi style art that's cute to watch on its own terms. If you like one, the other is a chip of the same block.
Both series are based on yonkoma gag manga and have 4 cute girls do random stuff. Both have a similar high-school setting, are moe-heavy and lack a serious plot. Also, Run from A-Chanel has the same seiyuu as Tsukasa from Lucky Star.
If you like one, check out the other. If not, stay away.
A Channel and Lucky Star are both school life comedies that center around a group of girls. They both contain yuri elements, and are animated in a chibi art style.
These series are each gag heavy, moe heavy, and plot light. Neither of them have much in terms of depth, but, if you like all the cute characters doing... nothing in one series, you should give the other a try. Lucky Star is a lot more parody heavy than the other, though.
Both Lucky Star and A-Channel have those kind of episodes that seem to only barely be able to hold a plot together for the duration of said episode. They may seem like just skits and the stroy telling can be quite shallow. But they have their moments and both are great for laughs. Both are school life comedies about a group of female friends.
The students of the Geijutsuka Art Design Class study all the various fields of art, from sketching and painting to graphic design and photography. While the mischievous Noda is always thinking up new ways to have fun with her partner in crime - tomboy Tomokane - the ditzy Kisaragi is content with doodling cats in her sketchbook. With Namiko attempting (and failing) to keep the energetic duo in line, the quiet and mysterious Kyoujyu seems happy to observe the odd behavior of her classmates. Whether they are transforming a congealed lump of paint into a sculpture of a pudding, playing ‘color tag’, or making thought collages, the gang live their life to the max through both their friendships and their art.
Both Lucky Star and GA, have a very cutesy sort of feel to them. Add to that the comedy and that both series are about very little indeed, then If you liked one of these series, it might be worth your while checking out the other.
Both of these are very random slice of life anime with an almost all female cast. Each episode usually jumps between several small stories randomly thrown together.
GA and Lucky Star are both light and randomly funny Slice of Life shows. Both have their own way of bringing the comedy (GA through art, Lucky Star through parodies), but are in the end about the same thing: a group of girls having fun in their everyday school life. I'd advice neither show for marathoning, but they're excellent for your everyday dose of Slice of Life comedy.
Both shows are about kids doing what kids do best in school. Goofing off and trying to make the best of school life with weird and wacky characters. GA takes a look at an art school childs learning experiences where Lucky Star there doesn't seem to be one single thing they focus on but making the viewer laugh. If you liked one check out the other.
GA and Lucky Star have identical pacing. They'll start off talking about one thing, then switch somehow, again and again, until you have no idea how the current subject came up. It's pretty entertaining, actually. Both also have more characters than most slice-of-life series (which generally have exactly four schoolgirls), and jump around between different groups of people.
They are also more focused in terms of subject matter than most slice-of-lifes. They don't just follow around some people, regardless of what they're doing. GA is all about art, while the jokes in Lucky Star are focused mainly on general geekery.
Life is simply not worth living for down and out school teacher Itoshiki Nozomu. He has no hope of progress, no prospect of promotion, no chance at happiness… he is in despair! Even his name spells 'zetsubou' – 'despair', when compressed. But when the time comes to end it all, Itoshiki's attempted suicide on the first day of the new school year is foiled by relentlessly positive Fuura Kafuka. This saves Itoshiki long enough to meet his new class, and the quirky range of students under his care. Will Itoshiki Nozomu depress his students with his anguish? Or will Fuura show Zetsubou-sensei the joys of life and hope?
One of the recent fads in anime is the production of anime layered with innumerable in-jokes, tailored to appeal to the fans. This sort of fanservice has always been around, but a swath of anime from the last few years shows extreme tendencies in this regard.
From the ubiquitous "in-joke" blackboard writings to the constant verbal references, Lucky Star and Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei anime practically require a college-level course in Japanese popular culture and anime to grasp all the jokes. But if one of these appeals to you, then it's likely that you'll enjoy the other, as well.
If you liked either Lucky Star or Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei, I'm sure you'd like the other. They both have a lot of otaku jokes and references that are hilarious. Lucky Star and Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei are both set in a school environment. They are also similar in the way that they are both very laid back and don't necessarily need to be seen in any order. They are both great otaku comedy anime series.
The appeal of both these series is undoubtedly the humour conjured out of sheer randomness and what should be the most unimportant aspects of life brought into the limelight. Where Lucky Star uses a lighthearted, more 'child-like' approach to the everyday questions in life, Zetsubou Sensei takes a much more cynical and self-deprecating path, but to the same high level of hilarious entertainment. Both series have a cast of high school girls, all with their own quirks and behavioural irregularities, and these are often used cleverly as the butt behind jokes. The lack of a strong story arc lends a free and easygoing feel to both series, which will provide hours of enjoyment to those looking for quick humourous amusement without feeling tied down by a more plot-oriented comedy.
Lucky Star and Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei have a number of similar characters. The style of jokes is also quite similar, but ZSZ is much more hardcore (for instance, they put some yuri in opening). Still if you liked one of those shows, then the other should entertain you as well.
P.S. Its also a good idea to watch the sequel Zoku Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei, which is somehow better then the first season.
Great humour which, unfortunately, is brought only to the chosen ones, who have watched either Lucky Star, or Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei. Both shows take place mainly in the school grounds and have many similarities in the use of jokes. Also, the characters in both anime are strange and are not the typical ones you can expect from the average school related series. While Konata in Lucky Star is presented as a hardcore otaku with questionable morals, Itoshiki Nozomu from Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei has somehow weird understanding of very much ordinary things. Well, one's for sure - you won't get bored while watching either os these series!
Kururu, Chiriri, Sarara, and Hororo are four faries who aspire to become human. To do this, they leave the fairy world to study for a year in our world. Aided by their friends Sensei-san and Tama, they have fun learning about topics ranging from school graduation ceremonies and sports festivals to romance and caring for flowers. But as the end of the year of study approaches, will they have learned enough to realize their dreams?
You just couldn't get enough of the cuteness of Lucky Star, could you? I will admit, it was so cute and adorable how they took the smallest things and turned them into something outrageous and wonderful. If you're looking for some 'seeing is believing' action in a cutesy anime like Lucky Star, but focused more on girls growing up, then Bottle Fairy would suit you.
Bottle Fairy has an even higher cuteness factor than Lucky Star, but they are otherwise very similar to each other. Both have a great deal of humor and provide a good view of Japanese lifestyles. Both anime are definitely worth watching!
Lucky Star and Bottle Fairy are both moe and random. Also some characters from one show reassemble characters from the other, so if you liked one, the other might interest you as well.
both animes are brimming with moe. They are boring, slow moving, if moving at all, slice-of-life animes. if you like one watch the other.