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Punie is a princess of Magical Land who is in line with the throne; but before she can inherit it and become the queen, she must travel to Earth to prove to her mother, Esmeralda, that she has what it takes. In this new strange land, Punie is a cute girl who is very easy to get along with; but when she is upset, she uses her magical staff to take care of business! And when magic isn’t an option, Punie uses wrestling moves known as “Submission” to take down her enemy like a true queen. Together with her mascot Paya-tan, Punie will make new friends and take down new foes with style!
Both animes are pseudo magical girl. When I watched Dai Mahou Touge, I immediately thought of Bokusatsu Dokuro-chan. They are parodies of mahou shoujo anime, in that they utilize an excess amount of violence and blood (ESPECIALLY in Bokusatsu Dokuro-chan), and they make the hilarious grotesque faces. If you found Bokusatsu Dokuro-chan funny, you'll think Dai Mahou Touge is even more fun.
Bouth series can be sayd to be parody of many classic animes. When Dokuro swings hers big club arond Punie from Da imahou Touge uses her submission moves, and in bouht cases bes way to describe it is just "ower kill"
Both shows are equally vicious parodies of popular anime genres: BokuTen - of "magical girlfriend" genre, and DMT - of "magical girl". If you enjoyed the viciousness and genre savviness of one, you'll certainly enjoy the other. That both have been produced essentially by the same creative minds doesn't help...
Love Dokuro-chan's combination of cuteness and black humour? Or did you merely love the idea and find the series proper to be rather disappointing?
If yes is the answer to either of those questions, it's quite possible you'll love Dai Mahou Touge - another cutely twisted series from the same people behind Dokuro-chan. I personally found this series superior in every way.
Both OVA are parodies of everything that's cliché in anime, starting from the magical-girl and sudden-girlfriend genres. While Dokuro-chan is definitely the most violent and ecchi of the two, Dai Mahou Touge is a lot crueler, and way more vicious.
While I'm of the opinion that DMT is the better one of the two, I did enjoy enjoy both of them equally. Make sure you watch both of them!
Magical girls with a bit of the old ultraviolence. Dokuro-chan is a gorefountain extravaganza, while Dai Mahou Touge leans a bit more towards being creepy and bleak (with some surprisingly good fight scenes). "Pipiru piru piru pipiru pi" or "Lyrical Tokarev, kill them all!", either way, someone's either dead or will wish they were soon.
If you liked Dokuro-chan you won't be dissapointed with Dai Mahou Touge. They are very similar in style and they have basically the same type of comedy, with dokuro-chan being more on the gory side. All in all, if you liked one you'll like the other.
Both anime are parodies of everything cliché in anime. Magical girls especially. They both add in a strange violence humour too. You should like one if you enjoyed the other.
Like comedy? Like violence? Then it's likely you'll enjoy both Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan or Dai Mahou Touge. Both play heavily on the comedic violence, and have a similar vibe of a being from another world tormenting humans. If you enjoyed one then try the other.
Both are 8, 13-minute episodes. Both have violent protagonists. Both are in their own category of WTF.
Low-budget, straight-to-video depictions of cuteness and violence. Bokusatsu Tenshi and Dai Mahou Touge are identical on several planes. We have two deliciously evil female protagonist, and Ecchi in small doses sharing the stage with gore and disturbing events in general. To satisfy all your sick, sadistic needs, look to these two shows for some mindless entertainment. IF you like one, you're likely to enjoy the other.
Both animes are pseudo magical girl!!!
They are both really funny, random, and ofcourse bloody as hell!!!
(Not familly friendly at all)
Both shows combine a pseudo-kawaii but actually hyperviolent magical girl/supernatural-type girl lead character with excessive, weird, harsh and crude humour at the expense of others. Bokusatsu is more gorey, Dai Mahou is more politically incorrect, but they will each get the blacker hearts laughing.
Both shows are short parodies that rely on an exaggerated use of violence to make the viewers laugh. While Dokuro-chan is the goriest of the two, Dai Mahou Touge uses it’s violence to contrast with the harmless and innocent appearance of the main character. Either way, both shows are plenty of fun and whoever liked one will definitely enjoy the other.
F City, F Prefecture: the battleground where good and evil have finally chosen to decide once and for all who will rule the world…or at least that's the general idea! Neither side seems up for the task, as surviving the brutality of everyday life is enough of a chore. On the side of evil is the organization of Across, its only member the loudmouthed and abrasive Excel who struggles just to put food in her stomach; on the side of good, three disenfranchised, unemployed bachelors whose only pursuit in life is romance. Add in alien invasions, jungle warfare, and Mexican immigrant laborers to Japan, and this war doesn't seem likely to be ending soon!
Overly violent, absolutely inexplicable, and occasionally perverse humor? Sign me up!
Not everyone is going to appreciate the borderline psychopathic humor of Excel Saga and Dokuro-chan, but those that do should enjoy both in equal measure.
Excel Saga and Dokuro-chan are both hyper and violent to the extent that they become hilarious in a strange kind of way.
Excel Saga is just as crazy if not more than Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan, and both have more or less the same wicked and bloody humour that makes them so great and fun to watch.
If you liked Dokuro-chans way of handling things you will surely like the way the boss in Excel Saga handle things ^^ Along with that the poor girl in the lead role is just as unlucky as Sakura in Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan.
Whacky comedy in which a hyper female lead brings constant chaos to each and every frame: the description fits Excel Saga as well as Bokusatsu Tenshi. Both are very colourful, loud productions in which characters die and are brought back to life, repeatedly, even. The humour in both relies on shoutouts to other anime and popular culture in general and they have the same feeling of plot-less over the top fun aimed at a more mature audience.
Fast-paced and spastic comedy with a where chaos is sure to ensue! The same way as Dokuro-chan, Excel Saga is driven by an obnoxious and strongly abusive female lead with less logic than a tea pot, while not sparing any joke, blood, human lives or the viewer's last bits of sanity. If you're looking for something completely outrageous, go for Excel Saga.
Both anime are hyper and violent to the extent that they become totally funny. Both take on a lot of cliche's in anime as well. I highly suggest you check one out if you liked the other.
If you enjoy random humor and don't mind being weirded out for a few episodes until you get used to the style (though I know people who skipped that part altogether and loved both series from the first minute :D), then these anime are for you. By the end of it, it is really hard not to laugh your butt off, and when it's over, all that you can think about is "what is wrong with me, how could I like that kind off twistedness?"
The characters are also similar, e.g. both include eccentric main characters. Also, both ES and BTDc have a nice pace, unique drawing styles, and.
Whether you are disturbed by the crack or not, you will most likely enjoy it by the end. And that is why these series are, behind all the gore and just plain stupidity, actually masterpieces.
Naota Nanbada is a boring young boy who leads a boring life in a boring town. His older brother has left for America, and the closest he comes to any excitement is when his deadbeat dad has too much sake. But things change one day when a bizarre girl zooms up to him on a scooter and smacks him in the face with her guitar. What's more, once Naoto returns home he discovers that this strange woman has arrived ahead of him and moved in! Not only does she constantly engage in perverted activities with Naota's father and flirt with the young man himself, but she also claims to be an alien who is searching for the ‘Pirate King.' Now, Naota must learn to live with this new intruder, deal with an odd government agent who sports exceptionally large eyebrows and the mysterious Medical Mechanica, and come to terms with the fact that there are a variety of robots and weapons emerging out of his head - amongst other things. Perhaps boring wasn't so bad after all...
Both series involve an odd love/hate relationship between a strange girl from another world and the male lead. The female lead in both series brutalizes the male lead on a regular basis, usually by bashing him in the head. Both series also make extensive use of bizarre and outrageous humor. Dokuro-chan involves quite a bit of gore compared to FLCL, but otherwise both series are very similar.
FLCL and Dokuro are both violent, funny and way under the line of normal. Insanity and lots of blood, spiced with some ecchi and lovedrama - that makes a good combination in both series. If you watch the other and your brains still function, fix the problem and watch the other one too.
We all need a little bit of madness and confusion in our life, and fortunately both these short series provide a fair and healthy amount of it to spice our daily lives. If you think the same, then either one of them will suit your needs.
Crazy female leads give hell to teenager boys, FLCL and Bokusatsu Tenshi take this basic formula and deliver two of the most outlandish comedies in the history of any medium. Odd and energy filled, these series storm their way through a series of rapid scenes, using bright colours and an outstanding animation in FLCL's case. In both there is a whacky coming of age story as these frenetic anime pile references to several of the most frequent archetypes in entertainment in general and anime in particular.
Both have mindfu**s girls, and a little bit tsundere/yandere that gonna make you love both animes, and the actions are totally insane, with blood or more non-sense.If you liked one, of couse you'll love the other.
It is worth noting that these two series have a very large difference in "weight"; while FLCL is actually a "coming of age"-type of story, only with robots and guitar-based combat, Dokuro-chan is just pretty much plain "for teh randomness". However, if you survived either of these two series, you'll be already more used to the generic wierdness of these shows and will probably get to enjoy the series better because of this.
when i re-watched dokuro-chan i had a sudden realization that dokuro and Haruko Haruhara are so simmilar. both anime are very entertaining and short. so if your looking for a quicky (excuse the pun) both Flcl and Dokuro-chan will not disapoint :)
Ayumu was murdered by a serial killer – at least, he was. For after the mysterious Eucliwood Hellscythe revives him, he changes from a human to a zombie, much to his dismay. Now, in addition to being unable to die, the boy must see to the whims of his supernatural, silent companion – but things continue to get worse from there. As once Ayumu accidentally steals a magical girl named Haruna's powers, he is tasked with the embarrassing, obnoxious task of being a magical girl – err, boy – in her stead! Then with the addition of a hostile vampire ninja to his household, can Ayumu manage to maintain his new home life, fight against attacking monsters, and track down the person who killed him all while attempting to keep what little dignity he has left in tact?
I came into Kore wa Zombie expecting one thing, and was surprised to find an incredible similarity to Dokuro-chan. Both feature a very random sense of humor and a main character that is humiliated, maimed, or even killed at every available opportunity.Though Zombie has some Magical Girl thrown in, the series are still similar enough to warrant a recommendation.
Both series have wierd humor and gore, though dokuro chan has more gore and Kore wa zombie desuka has more randomness. So if you liked the gore jokes or randomness in either shows, you would like the other.
Okay so besides the fact that both main characters in each series tend to suffer an ungodly amount of punishment from friend and foe alike. Both series also share a very similar style of humor with a nice blend of violence and ecchi that keep both series entertaining throughout. If you liked one then I'm sure you'll like the other.
i think you will like these because they are extremly comical and the protaganist dies in some wierd way... well i guess he dosent die exactly... but you get the meaning. enjoy!
Violent abuse is funny when it's female on male, and it's no different for either of these series. Both have a main male protagonist who suffers pain that would (And does) kill an ordinary human and does it in such a manner that it's entertaining, be it verbal or physical. It adds up to a black comedy and loads of humor overall.
Also helps that they have a nice dose of fan-service and perversion that leads to comedic pain.
Both shows have a similar level of absurdity and are brilliant examples of parodying done right. If you enjoyed the humor of one, you will almost definately enjoy the other.
You'd think being unable to die would have it's perks, right? Not when it means constant severe physical abuse including dismemberment, being beaten to a bloody pulp by a spiky bat and the embaressment of being forced to be a mahou shojo, complete with the girly costume. These are the lives of Sakura and Ayumu, the respective main characters. Both hilarious shows but while Dokuro-chan has only blood and echi Kore wa Zombie has more of a variety of humor and a better storyline.
For Kouta and Yuka, finding the bloody naked young girl on the beach would change their lives forever, for better or for worse. Unable to speak or function as a normal human being, she is named Nyu by the duo, and taken into their home in an effort to save her. But what neither teenager knows is that this innocent young girl is actually a killing machine -- an experiment gone terribly wrong -- and it is only a matter of time before the murderer in her awakens again...
I don't know about anyone else, but a large part of my enjoyment of Elfen Lied was derived from unintentional humor. I suppose it's possible to take Elfen Lied completely seriously, but the series goes so over the top that I'm pretty sure everyone cracks up a little. On the other hand, Dokuro-chan is fully aware that its gore is funny, and uses it to generate some of its biggest laughs.
In any case, feel free to ignore this recommendation if you thought that Elfen Lied was a serious drama piece (haha what?), or if you thought Dokuro-chan was stupid and tasteless. However, if you think gore can be funny, the enjoyment you got from one should easily transfer over to the other... you sick bastard.
Like blood? Gore? Naked chicks? Both Dokuro-chan and Elfen Lied are jam-packed with them. Each has many unexpected events that leave you craving more.
If you think gore is funny then these two anime might just become your favorite anime ever! Dokuro-Chan is a bit more blatantly comical with its violence than Elfen Lied, but you will laugh during either. Also nudity never hurts when it comes to comedy... Not to mention they both have amazing theme songs! ^_^
Unlike Dokuro-chan, Elfen lied is emotionally scarring... I have yet to recover from the trauma induced by the true horror of Elfen Lied. *excessive sobbing* :_(
Elfen Lied and Dokuro-chan have characters who love to kill but you can't blame them, because they are cute and just looking for their true love! Any man on Earth would love to be killed by Dokuro-chan; after all, she has magic skills and she can resurrect you! But to get killed by Lucy (in Elfen Lied) is a bit of a problem, due to the fact that afterwards you wont be able to put your head back in place (just pray that she gets her head bumped first to make her second cute personality appear).
If the blood in this wasn't enough for you, it's time to get real and watch Elfen Lied. Normally I don't like the 'bloody' type anime, but in this it works, the story is gripping and by the end of the series you'll wish there were more episodes.
Lucy has a reason for killing humans, and by the end you understand why (and maybe even feel sorry for her)
Both anime got ecchi and lots of gore so if you like when people get splattred all over the place theese are the anime for you.
Lucy and Dokuro chan also have a similarity, they both lite killing people (often accidently)
Haré and his mother live peacefully in the jungle, until one day the boy is overtaken by a omnipotent shadow. Later, he awakens to find Guu, a strange girl with even stranger abilities - notably, the ability to switch from a cute, lovable Guu, to a menacing delinquent who eats everything. Now Haré must live with Guu, and lead a normal life, despite her oddities.
Guu and Dokuro-chan each have the same kind of bizarre off-color humor, so it's no surprise that they were made by the same people. Guu is definitely more family-friendly than Dokuro-chan, but anyone who's seen the Guu OVA's should already be prepared for the bawdy, violent and weird humor of Dokuro-chan, and vice-versa.
It should come as no surprise that Haré+Guu and Dokuro-chan were made by the same people, as they use a similar sense of humour. Both contain a crazy and original idea which will provide you with some great laughs.
Haré+Guu and Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-Chan both deal with very similar main characters. In HG, Hale is a normal student until the intrusion of Guu, and same goes for Sakura-kun until the intrusion of Dokuro-chan. Guu and Dokuro-chan both possess unexplained, powerful abilities that always trouble the poor boys. If you are ready to laugh in watching a long, desparate diary of another boy being molested by the works of an unpredictable girl that somehow lives with him, give it a try. Original settings don't matter once the story gets going, fast.
Haré+Guu and Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan both feature a relatively normal boy who suddenly has to have a crazy girl live with and torment him. The girl has strange powers and relatively little understanding of societal norms.
The difference is that in Dokuro-chan, there's more violence and ecchi, and it's a shorter series than H+G.
Puni Puni Poemi is a spin-off of Excel Saga, the classic lampoon of all that is anime. It takes the daughter of two Excel Saga characters and puts her through parodies of shoujo, shounen, ecchi, hentai, and everything in-between. This eccentric show is the "Scary Movie" of anime: younger viewers need not apply.
I can't really make up my mind as to what 'Bokusatsu' is supposed to be about, but in any case it's a parody of magical girl anime like 'Puni'. Thus 'Puni' is definitely something you'd like if you liked 'Bokusatsu'.
Dokuro-chan and Puni Puni Poemy both succeed in creating a strange and hyper comedy anime. Both make fun of several anime styles by taking them to the extremes. These are definitely very similar anime.
Puni Puni Poemy and Bokusatsu Tenshi are a perfect match. Both are oddball comedies with hyperactive heroines running amok with plenty of ecchi moments thrown in for good measure. They have a rather tenuous plot that is compensated by a constant gag-fest that mocks anime clichés, mainly the magical girl genre in PPP and harem series in BT.
Both Dokuro-chan and Puni Puni Poemy have a very crude and random sense of humour. They both have plenty of sexual and violence jokes, are completely bizarre and are both short in duration. If you loved one, you'll enjoy the other just as much.
Meet Tsukune-chan, a young witch who patrols the country on her broomstick, helping out all those in need. Whether she is healing a rabbit-man’s broken leg, solving a murder case, or even battling a demon king, Tsukune-chan is sure to succeed in her own style, even if it means barbequing her familiar or whacking her foe in the head with a mallet! With her sister, Kokoro, whose sneezes cause massive explosions; Mr Mayor, who is often found goofing-off at her house; and Charlotte Flowers, her self-confessed rival, Tsukune-chan’s life is never dull, especially when you throw watermelon masters and mecha santas into the mix!
Aside from the comedy aspect of both of these series, the main thing that connects these two series is the random violence. Granted, Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan has far more (and far bloodier) comedy violence in it than Majokko Tsukune-chan, but both series display a reasonable amount of comedic violence that doesn't often srve much purpose in plot development but is good for just having a giggle at.
Both of these are about a girl with supernatural powers. While Dokuro-chan is a lot more violent and ecchi, they're both very random comedies. They're also pretty short, so you wont waste much time even if you don't like one of them.
Both Dokuro-chan and Tsukune-chan are shows about "innocent" sadistic girls, so to say. They have a very crude and bloody sense of humor, and will therfor appeal to the same audience. Tsukune-chan lacks the ecchiness of Dokuro-chan, and the latter is also more violent, but they most definitely share their sense of humor. If you liked one of these, check out the other. They're both very short after all.
The story follows a third-year high school girl who likes building plastic models and the wacky conversations she has with her fellow club members.
Random and often crude gag humor in those two is definitely among the best what shows of this type can offer.
Both series keep a fast pace with their jokes, which work brilliantly bound by Dokuro-chan's loose plot and Plastic Nee-san's short format of episodes.
Random, fast paced comedy with a group of friends that like to pull pranks and torture each other. Both these shows can get pretty crude with their comedy, but they remain consistenly funny. Dokuro-chan is a lot more violent than Plastic Nee-san and has a lot more blood. Both show have a lot of ecchi scenes. If you liked one then check other the other.
Plenty of fast pace, incredibly random comedy and a group of girls who love to cause mayhem, play pranks on and abuse each other. Both can get pretty crude at times, but it never goes too far in either. There is also a splash of ecchi in each.
I'd say Plastic Nee-san is the better of the two by quite some distance, with Dokuro-chan being a lot more violent.
Miki is a psychotic mascot, waitress and delivery girl who works at her equally as frightening mother's ramen shop. Both survivor and instigator of years of ruthless, no-holds-barred domestic violence, Miki has a capacity for destruction usually found only in people with things like "the Impaler" added to their name. Yet, she also has a kind side to her and is often found going implausible distances out of her way to rescue both proverbial and literal lost kittens, though some malignant souls might misconstrue this as merely ditching her work...
Dokuro-chan and Muteki both have over-the-top, mindless cartoon violence with all the depth and complexity of a Tom and Jerry episode. Sometimes that's all you need.
I liked Dokuro-chan WAY more than Musume, but both are over-the-top, action-packed random fests that will likely appeal to the same fans.