There’s more to glasses than meets the eye! Akira, Hayata, Mitsuki, Takuma and Yukiya are eager to prove that spectacles are useful as more than just a fashion accessory or vision-correction tool. And while their Glasses Club doesn’t have a club room or any budget, they’ll do whatever it takes to spread the glory of glasses! Their first goal? To make x-ray glasses that can easily see through any clothing!
Meganebu! and Daily Lives of High School Boys are two comedies centered around a not-so-bright group of immature boys. You'll find a plethora of jokes, ideas gone wrong, and an overall "anything goes" silly atmosphere in both series. The only difference is that the boys in Meganebu! are obsessed with glasses, but if comedy is want you want, I think fans of either series won't mind too much.
These are both fast paced comedies centered around a group of high school guys. There is no real plot to either anime, instead the episodes are separated into a series of comedic scenes or sketches ususally connected by some lose theme. Both shows can be pretty random with their comedy. The comedy in both can be kind of hit or miss but they're both more hit than miss, and the jokes that do land are quite funny.
The art styles are very differerent. Daily Lives has a more traditional look whereas Meganebu is very stylized and even though done by studio Deen, it's style is ripped straight from the SHAFT animation style. However, despite the different looks these are both soild random comedies.
Both are ultra fast paced comedy shows that revolve around a group of high school boys. The focus in each is squarely on quick-fire comedy with little connection between episodes, instead choosing to run with a single theme each episode before moving on to a new one in the next.
So if you're looking for some quick-fire, random comedy then you could do worse than either of these. Daily Lives of Highschool Boys is especially good.
When Haruka, Makoto, Nagisa and Rin were in elementary school, they swam together in a relay race and won the match. As Rin was on his way to Australia to train to become an Olympic champion, the gang decided to bury their trophy in a time capsule and retrieve it when they all had grown up. Now, Haruka, Makoto and Nagisa have reunited in high school and decide to dig up the prize. But on the way there, they run into none other than Rin, and he's determined to show Haru who's the best! As a result of this fateful meeting, the three friends decide to start a swim club, along with fellow classmate Rei, and their rival's little sister Gou as the team manager. Can the gang hold their own against Rin and prove their skills at the Prefectural Tournament?
These are both slice of life comedies about a group of boys. Although the main reason for the rec is the boys themselves. They're all bishounen boys for the ladies to drool over. In Meganebu all the guys wear glasses and in Free! the boys are often stripped down to their swim trunks. However, both show are more than fanservice vehicles.
Meganebu is a straight comedy with little or no connecting plot other than maybe an overall theme for an episode, whereas Free actually does have a plot about the swim team. However, both shows have a charming cast of characters and if you want to see pretty boys living their daily lives then these are two good choices for you.
Shun, Kaname, and the twins Yuuki and Yuuta have known each other since they were young children and are now entering their second year at Homare High School. However, despite having been friends for many years, their life together isn’t always smooth sailing. And with the sarcastic and indifferent twins constantly teasing or irritating the serious Kaname, it's left up to the optimistic and kind Shun to keep the peace. But no matter their differences, the four boys stick together through everything, whether they’re simply reminiscing about their days in kindergarten, attempting to get Yuuki interested in a school club, or trying to stop the source of Shun's recent run of bad luck.
Both center around high school boys, both anime are slice of life and have comedy and a sort of carefree theme. both have unique casts and art style i like them both if you were into one you'll love the other