Join Haruhi, Yuki, Kyon, Mikuru, Itsuki, and the rest of the gang in their all-new adventures. From creepy dreams, dodge ball games, quiz shows, and cosplay contests, the excitement never stops! Can Kyon, the only normal student of the SOS Brigade, make sense of all these odd occurrences, attempt to avoid them, and hopefully survive them with his sanity intact? With the adventure and mystery-seeking Haruhi in his way, along with aliens, espers, and time travelers, he certainly has his doubts!
Uruno, a failure of a wolf, is currently traveling to find himself a new place to call home; but upon chancing across a rabbit, he attacks it only to realize that this particular rabbit is stronger than any predator! Soon afterwards he discovers that this entire forest he has come across is home to similar 'useless animals' that are atypical of their species. He decides to stick around when he meets his love interest in the form of a clumsy cheetah, and with his new friends, he meets the rest of the animals in the forest, causing much hijinx and fun in the process!
Silly, sensless and short, three great things about both of these shows.
Although they are just a fun bit of fluff, Haruhi-chan and Useless Animals are a great way to waste a few minutes a day and not have to keep up with a complex storyline. I think fans of one show will love the frivolity of the other :)
What do you do when the Emperor of Japan has been replaced with... an alien from Planet Octopus?! From intense motorcycle races to crazy machine inventors from Holland, from sea voyages to battles about emo trading cards, there's never a dull moment in the life of the bizarre. Join an eclectic cast as they are visited by a Ramen Fairy, are reincarnated over and over, solve cases like detective pros, and overall have a laughably ridiculous time!
Gag Manga Biyori and The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya bascially have the same sense of humour. The reactions are over the top, the situations and events are preposterous at best, and certain characters' energetic attempts to point out failures to abide by logic or the laws of physics are ultimately in vain.
For those who like their humour coming in thick and fast, whilst not stopping to make so much as a lick of sense, both of these shows will no doubt delight. They wear the tag of "random" as if it were a medal.
Both of these shows are cute chibi parodies that poke fun at their main series. They also are fairly random and funny and use the same type of humour. If you're a fan of both series, and enjoy of of the specials, then you should enjoy the other as well.
Kazuya Hasukawa is distraught. Having just lost his first love to his older brother, he is unable to cope with the beautiful new wife in the household. Moving to the prestigious Ryokuto Academy, he finds he has been assigned to the Greenwood dorm - the home of the school weirdos and rejects. From a gender confused roommate to an adventure through a fantasy world, Hasukawa's dreams of a peaceful life are shattered!
In a time filled with wars, environmental concerns and issues, there lives a gaggle of beautiful boys that are the personification of the world's countries. Japan, England, France, Finland, Germany and the rest of the boys attend the World Conference and tackle issues like global warming with a heavy dose of fun. Through multiple world wars the gang will traverse deserts, build mecha U-boats and solve the world's problems together!
Hetalia, like Haruhi-chan, is made up of short episodes, each with often simplfied, frequently bizarre, humorous scenes. Characters are stereotyped for humor, etc. I reccommed giving Hetalia a try if you liked Haruhi-chan at all. Each ep is only five minutes long anyway, so you may as well give it a try.