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Hope’s Peak Private Academy is a super-exclusive institute that gathers the best and the brightest, provides them with a world-class education, and propels them into any career they wish. At least, that’s what the average student Naegi used to think. Having been accepted into a class of 15 students through a lottery system, the boy quickly comes to learn that Hope’s Peak is no ordinary school. In reality, he and the group find themselves trapped inside and learn that the only way to "graduate" is to murder a fellow student and fool everyone in a trial that determines life or death! Led by the whimsically-cruel, teddy-bear-like Monobear, Naegi and the others must do whatever it takes to escape this bizarre, deadly game.
Danganronpa and Ansatsu take place in an unusual classroom, one where the students are assigned murder instead of math homework. In Danganronpa, they're killing each other in hopes of pulling off the perfect murder; they must get away with it to survive. In Ansatsu, the students are working together to kill their teacher; if they fail to kill him within a year, he'll destroy Earth. Both are quite entertaining and silly, with lots of interesting characters and murder attempts.
They're both situated in a classroom, and in both you have the killing element. Where in Danganronpa it is the students killing each other, in A.C. it is the students killing the teacher. There's also a small difference in setting, Danganronpa is a little bit more dark in my opinion, but if you like one of these, definitely give the other one a try!
Danganronpa The Animation has a similar feel to Assassination classroom not just because they were made by the same company, but they both have similar styles. Danganronpa The Animation was based of the games but it had students who had to kill each other, while Assassination classroom has the students kill there teacher that will destroy the earth.
-both animes are about killing
-they have the same art style
-they have no choice but to kill someone or else something bad will happen
-its a life or death situation
-one is more chearful
-in one they have to kill eachother in the other they kill the teatcher
With a history of leading a motorcycle gang and getting bad grades in school, why would 22 year old Onizuka ever want to become a teacher? Is it to educate young minds or spread the joy of education? Sure, if it involves being able to look up high school girls' skirts! Watch as this would-be educator uses his own life lessons and unconstituted methods as a means to control a delinquent class of students -- students who certainly aren't as happy to have him as a teacher as he is happy to be teaching...
A teacher with troubling background with an unorthodox manner in dealing with situations starts work in the homeroom teacher for the schools 'rebellious’ and ‘underachievers’ class. What follows are comical circumstances that see the once hated homeroom teacher slowly gaining the affection of his students. That doesn’t however stop the students from continuing to implicate their mischief behaviours towards the teacher. (THIS REFERS TO BOTH SHOW)
In short. If you liked one, I am sure you will like the other. As deep down, we all wish we had teachers this badass.
Both these shows are really, really excellent. Both are about a rather unconventional teacher who ends up teaching that one class everyone's given up on, and ends up, despite all the mischief he causes, being the best damn teacher they've ever had. GTO and Assassination Classroom both go about this in very different ways, but the underlying feel of the two shows is very similar. They're also both very well written and high quality. I would definitely recommend either of them to anyone who's seen the other.
Je vous le recommande si vous aimez le côté d'un prof anormal qui prend en charge une classe rejetée. Je l'aime beaucoup, c'est un de mes meilleurs animes que j'ai écouté
Take away the monster, add a class--no-- A SCHOOL full of delinquents and add an ex-motorcycle gang leader in as the teacher and you have a great mix. If you like one, you'll most likely like the other. :) Happy watching!
When Demon King Satan was facing his demise at the hands of Hero Emilia, he had no choice but to quickly flee to another world with his Demon General, Alsiel. However, upon their arrival, the twosome is taken aback with the realization they have lost almost all of their magic - and moreover, were transformed into ordinary humans and are stranded in an otherworldly place called Japan! To survive, the Demon King must now work a part-time job at a fast-food joint and attempt to adapt to modern society the best the pair can as Japanese citizens, all while scheming to rule over the country in the process. But with Hero Emilia and others on Satan’s tail to slay him for good, will Japan ever become his new domain?
I can't really put it better than IMAGINEZapper did...Basically, while there are some differences in the particularities of the plots; there are quite a few similarities to the shows themselves.Boths are also very enjoyable, quite funny & unlike MANY anime's... They aren't crammed full of fan-service (which many may find offputting but I found a HUGE relief)
Both of these shows feature a clash of the mundane with the surreal. In Assassination Classroom, it's a class being taught by a strange creature while also trying to kill him. In The Devil is a Part-Timer, characters from a JRPG-ish fantasy world have to learn how to get by in modern-day Japan. Both of these shows are big on character development and a mostly light-hearted tone, while occasionally dipping into darker themes and more serious drama.
A yellow octopus threatening to destroy Earth unless his students can assassinate him by the end of the year.
Satan gets stranded on Earth so gets a job in McDon-..*ahem* MgRonald’s until he can get back to Hell.
Both end up having a kind heart and help those they love.
Need I say any more?
Izuku has dreamt of being a hero all his life—a lofty goal for anyone, but especially challenging for a kid with no superpowers. That’s right, in a world where eighty percent of the population has some kind of super-powered “quirk,” Izuku was unlucky enough to be born completely normal. But that’s not going to stop him from enrolling in one of the world’s most prestigious hero academies. Now, the only thing standing between him and his first class is the academy’s formidable entrance exam—nothing a little private tutoring from the world’s mightiest hero can’t solve.
In both Assassination Classroom and My Hero Academia both classes face being targeted and challenged by all the other classes in their school and the students have to rise above those challenges in order to shine. Although both of them have a main character the shows focus on, it really emphasizes the growth of the students as a class and how each of their unique abilities and techniques contribute to the class as a whole, even when there is impending danger surrounding them. If you enjoyed the emphasis of growth and gimics of watching an entire class progress and improve in Assassination Classroom, you'll really be in for a treat by also watching My Hero Academia (especially the manga).
the two shows have a similar feel also the main charicter gets superpowers in the proces of the anime so thats another similarity and also the teacher student feel is also more or less the same.
Both of these animes are school settings where the characters learn the arts of fighting through various ways. Hero Academia has students with quirks (super powers) while AC has ordinary students become extraordinary in the art of assassination. They both have similar shonen themes, training methods, tactics, characters, and missions. I loved both these anime personally too.
Kusuo Saiki is a typical 16-year-old high school student… except he has psychic powers. He can use them to get whatever he wants, but he also knows everything that people are thinking. Everything. No surprises, no secrets, no normal human experiences. He's kept his powers in check since childhood, but with the temptations of high school now on his mind, he's bending the rules—and spoons.
They are both very hilarious and so unique. It’s hard to find many good, well developed, non-cliché characters like the main characters in both of these. In every episode, you are sure to be laughing and I highly recommend watching them.
Ridiculous comedy anime. Assassination classroom is more action-packed, but Saiki is funnier.
The humor in Saiki and AssClass is quite similar, as are the way all its characters interact. They're both based on a premise having to do with an irregular character with powers and take place largely at a school. AssClass is far more plot-based and ends up being more serious and Saiki leaves more room for pure comedy, however.
Fumizuki Academy is divided into classes ranked based purely on ability; Class A has laptops, reclining seats and ultimate comfort whereas Class F has to settle for a rundown classroom with rotten cushions and rickety coffee tables. Akihisa Yoshii has recently taken the placement exam and finds himself relegated to the lowly Class F along with many of his friends, and they’re far from impressed with their draughty facilities. Luckily, not all is lost as at Fumizuki, classes can declare war on each other to swap rooms by fighting with summoned characters whose strength is based on the users' test scores. As they dream of escaping their decrepit circumstances, the ‘idiotic’ students of Class F will try whatever they can to reach the dizzy heights of Class A’s luxury, even if it means taking on the entire school in an all-out summoning war!
Both shows have the central theme of the underdog class in a school with implicit (and explicit) idiots being asked to perform enormous feats. Whereas in Ansatsu Kyoushitsu this means saving the world, in Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu it is more for personal betterment.
Furthermore, while both shows have its main focus on comedy,the also contain some serious arcs (in Ansatsu Kyoushitsu more in the form of action and psychological, where in Baka to Test it is more drama and light romance)
They're both in low level classes and both of them strive to reach a higher level in their education. There's also a bit of action in both animes especially when it comes to the test taking, though they're different enough to still seem interesting.
Under the rule of a tyrannical empire, Tatsumi, a young swordsman, leaves his home to save his poverty stricken village. He meets a girl named Akame, an assassin who was bought, brainwashed and trained to kill by the Empire. Akame is a member of the secret assassin group called “Night Raid” who use special weapons called Teigu. Together, Tatsumi and the members of Night Raid confront the corrupt empire.
it agreat show, it funny, interesting characters, and a new kind of premise. its very interesting and each episode makes you think. you become torn between help the bad guy destroy the good guy cause the good guy wants to destory everyting in the end. but the more you get to know him he is hinding something and all isnt what it seems.
It's awesome, they both have many similar qualities in the genre and it's just worth watching in general.
The "Royal Tutor" is a special tutor carefully selected for the task of teaching the prince, and a title given only to the best teacher in the nation. Heine Wittgenstein has been called to the kingdom of Grannzreich to take on the role of the Royal Tutor. He's been ordered to raise a worthy candidate for the throne, but he's greeted with four princes of completely different, unique personalities... all brothers, no less! How will Heine handle these four brothers who were too much for all the previous Royal Tutors, prompting them all to run away from the job?
A heartfelt comedy about an overpowered teacher with a mysterious past and his class of misfits. This sentence could describe either series very well.
The styles and settings of the two are very different. In one, we meet princes and noblemen, as their private tutor teaches them valuable skills and lessons. In the other, a giant yellow octopus teaches his E-class students how to kill him. But looking beyond these differences, we see that not only are both comedies, but both have very similar underlying stories regarding the relationship between student and teacher.
Both stories are about education and the hardships of coming-of-age. Both are funny and engaging, but can also be serious. I highly recommend both of them.
Kaito Kuroba is a seventeen-year-old high school student who is an adept magician due to the influence of his father, Toichi Kuroba who died mysteriously. Eight years after his father's death, Kaito discovers a secret room in his home that was set up by his father to reveal itself on that very day. Finding Kid the Phantom Thief's gadgets and costume in the room, Kaito dons the disguise and decides to confront Kid who has recently resurfaced after his eight years of absence. Kaito discovers Kid to be Konosuke Jii, his father's butler, who ascertains Toichi was the first Kid the Phantom Thief. Jii reveals he took on the role as Kid to lure out Toichi's murderer. Upon learning that his father was murdered, Kaito continues the role of Kid the Phantom Thief as he searches for his father's killer.
There are crimes afoot! Crimes of murder and grand theft are on the rise as school students take the reigns from adults and into their own hands! But with such potential for dark and gritty atmospheres, both of these series keep things incredibly light-hearted and fun. With a main character (Korosensei or Kaito Kid) that will always, and in a cocky manner, goad their rivals (respectively, the students of class 3-E or Inspector Nakamori) to catch them and put an end to it all, these estranged anime both have a similar feel. Just watching the hurdles the characters in both series will jump through plus all the character developments that go on keeps things fun. It's hard to not thuroughly enjoy either series. Of course, suspension of disbelief is all but required for either series.
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?
Two amazing comedic shows featuring the teacher and the students.
But, neither the teacher nor the students are in anyway normal (except for normal girl in Zetsubou Sensei). Both shows show conflict between the students and the teacher in the most humorous ways.
Humor in both shows are similar. They utilize play on words, puns, and pure ridiculousness and juxtapose them with the underlying serious motifs, such as 'despair.'
Once again, two great shows if you want to laugh about serious matters.