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Liru the werewolf, Pachira the vampire, Aiko the android and Uma the witch have just moved to Tokyo, but they are terribly inexperienced with everyday life. The littlest things like sunlight plagues Pachira's existence, Uma's magic never quite goes as planned, Aiko finds her huge android weight embarrassing and Liru's obsession with food creates endless problems. Despite this, the girls still have a blast exploring the life of a human. From the Tanabata festival to browsing TV shopping channels, from donating blood to figuring out the postal system, the girls always manage to have a good time.
Sakurazaki Suzuo has recently returned to his hometown of Nakasora City, eager for a part-time job; yet none can be found. After a series of heroic events, Suzuo finds himself in the company of a young girl who offers him a bargain he almost can’t refuse: wear a “toy” belt, developed by the intergalactic Otankonasu Company, and be the hero of the universe! With no money in sight, Suzuo has no choice but to accept, but he has no idea what he just got himself into! The belt transforms him into the justice-wielding Dokkoida, and he must now work for the Galaxy Union Police Department, arresting galactic criminals with his 108 deadly blows. As if things weren’t bad enough, the defeated criminals have a habit of donning a secret identity and moving into his apartment complex, causing much mayhem and hijinks. Transform, Dokkoida! Save the universe with your suit of strength!
Dokkoida?! and Ninja Nonsense are both parodies of popular genres. While Ninja Nonsense obviously parodies Ninjas, and Dokkoid?! parodies powered suits, the humor and pacing of both is similar. If you enjoyed one and are looking for more parody action, you should check out the other.
Sakura Nina, a magic girl from the Magic Kingdom, comes to the human world to continue her training. It would have been a simple scenario, if not for the fact that Nina's magic skills are subpar at best. Nina and her best friend Ayu subsequently find themselves turning normal high school life into crazy adventures, day after day, with a magical twist. But as time goes on, there are questions that must be answered -- why is Nina really in the human world? And why is her childhood friend, a black magic user named Maya, in the human world as well?
Ninja Nonsense and Ultra Maniac feature female protagonists that are subpar at best in their chosen career paths. After meeting 'normal' people, wacky hijinks ensue.
Ninja Nonsense is intentionally overly silly, while Ultra Maniac actually has a plot that is followed, but both are similar and amusing.
$10 can not only buy you a cute hamster; it also get you a devoted housekeeper who will cook, clean, put on suntan lotion, and cheer you on when your relationships get stale! Does it seem like a dream? Then picture what life would be like if anybody who calls your house gets to know the contents of your underwear drawer! If you can’t imagine what rodents and ecchi have to do with each other, then enter the life of the hamster Ebichu, her sexy master, and the good-for-nothing boyfriend Kaishounachi, and see why a talking hamster can be such a bother!
Years ago Hinata Himawari was saved from an airplane by a male ninja with a tattoo on his neck, and she’s wanted to become a ninja ever since. In the present, Himawari has been accepted into the secret ninja school for girls, Shinobi Gakuen; but upon her arrival she finds much more than she was expecting: Marikoji Hayato, the school newest teacher who has a tattoo just like her benefactor! Himawari decides to claim him as her master and vows to train her hardest to become a ninja worthy of his praise, but both Hayato and she face a great deal of skepticism from the students and staff. Regardless, Himawari is determined to be the best ninja she can be, and Hayato is determined to pay off his debt!