While Vamp continues to pose very little threat to the world, Sunred is able to maintain his carefree life of beating the living daylights out of Florsheim and freeloading off of his girlfriend, Kayoko. In the meantime, with the animal soldiers failing to fight off the local bullies and Khamenman finally dragging himself into the 21st century by buying himself a car, Vamp’s comrades carry on with their mundane day-to-day lives. With more monsters joining the Florsheim family, including the amphibious ramen restaurant hobbyist Goolgege and a Peeled Shrimp with tempura issues; Vamp expecting an inspection from the mysterious Philip; and the Pudding Empire planning an invasion on Earth, it seems that Sunred will never be able to live a quiet life!
At Cromartie High, it’s tough being a delinquent -- a fact that do-gooder Takashi Kamiyama intimately understands. When he’s not engaging in contests of strength and rival gang wars, Kamiyama can also be found submitting punny jokes and planning his own rise to fame within the delinquents’ ranks, and that’s just the beginning! With friends like robotic Mechazawa, a giant gorilla, a hairy man from the 80s named Freddie and a clan of delinquents with mohawks that flow in the wind, how can anyone not enjoy high school?
If you like the delinquent superhero, Sunred, and the discussion of day-to-day activities whiich provide the majority of humour, then you may want to check out Cromartie High School. Both series share a similar style of humour, so if you like one, you may well enjoy the other.
Yes, I almost submitted my recommendation for these two animes with that single phrase. I am a huge fan of dead-pan, non-sequitur parody. Shows mixing visual humor with serious dialog really get me laughing. You'll find plenty of these elements in Astro Fighter Sunred and Cromartie.
I hearken back to Zucker-Abrahms-Zucker productions of the 80s to provide comparison for the wonderfully dry quality of the humor in these animes. These guys don't need gross-out humor to entertain. Throw the first season of Astro Fight Sunred on your "want to watch" list, too; while you're at it!
The short length of the episodes also make it a great watch when you're taking a break at work.
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!
Like the random comedy in Tentai Senshi Sunred 2? Then check out Hetalia: Axis Powers. Both series have a shorter episode length, and its protagonists are slightly out of their expected characters. If you enjoyed this in Sunred 2, then it's well worht giving Hetalia a try.
Taishou is the dedicated owner and chef of a small ramen shop in Tokyo – and he's also… a cat?! Though enthusiastic to run the best possible eatery, the feline's cooking skills leave much to be desired – a fact that Tanaka-san, Taishou's most frequent customer, experiences on a regular basis. With part time helpers such as a kleptomaniac bum, and schemes to bring in business such as serving a restaurant critic gourmet food instead of the usual swill, Taishou's ramen shop is never a dull place to patronize or work at!
If you enjoyed the bizarre humour of Tentai Senshi Sunred 2, then you may enjoy Neko Rahmen. Both series place their characters in unexpected situations, and contain a lot of random comedy.
Rinko Sakuma thought she was working for a regular detective agency, but two months into her new job she learns that her employer, Akutabe, is actually a demon summoner who calls creatures from the depths of hell to carry out revenge for his clients. Rinko’s first experience of a demon comes in the form of Azazel, a devil whose power is to incite lust in return for an offering of food. Unfortunately, as if being harassed by the flirtatious demon isn’t enough, Rinko has been forced to into signing a contract with him for eternity! Now the innocent office worker must work with Azazel, the fecal gourmet Beelzebub and a whole host of equally deranged devils to complete jobs for the agency; though with the demons' habit of bungling tasks and making the situation worse, it won’t be easy...
While both shows don't share any plot elements, they both are very funny and have lot's of crazy characters in them. If you liked the unique slower paced homour of Sunred, there's a good chance you will enjoy the a bit more dirty Azazel-san.