Odd Jobs attends the funeral for the owner of the restaurant they frequented. A few Shinsengumi members are also present. Gintoki and Hijikata, known for their bizarre sense of taste, lament the loss of one of Edo's treasures... As the funeral proceeds, the dead owner suddenly makes a move!! Only Gintoki and Hijikata can see him... But when they try to escape from the owner...
Everyone Looks a Little Grown Up After Spring Break
[Wartirine / Warti / Wartise]
Use a Calligraphy Pen for New Year's Cards/The heart comes before chocolate
Meals Should Be Balanced
It's Too Confusing When Talking About the Poster Girl for a Poster Store, So Call Her a Sandwich Board
Glasses are part of the soul
Glasses Prevent You From Seeing Certain Things
Nothing lasts forever, etc.
A Lawless Town Tends to Attract a Bunch of Whoohooey Folk
Ghosts Aren't the Only Ones Who Run Wild Around Graveyards
Chains of a Warrior
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Ishiyama High is home to a whole host of delinquents, including Oga, a legendary badass who's downright devilish. One day Oga finds a man floating down a river, after which the man splits open to reveal a baby inside – but it’s no ordinary baby! The cute tot is actually Beelzebub, the future king of the demons! And as Oga is as mean as they come...
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they are both very funny and share some awkward moments where you just laugh, and in the next second they are off to safe the world :)
They are definitely similar. They both use a lot of gag humor and slapstick. While they are primarily comedies, they both share similar action scenes in which the protagonist gets angry and has to save his friends or what have you.
Yukitaka has just left Tokyo, eager to transfer to Kisaragi High where he's been recruited to play baseball. However, upon entering his new apartment, the boy is met by a man with long blonde hair who claims to be… an alien?! After initially scoffing at the notion, Yukitaka discovers that the alien – Ouji – is for real, has amnesia and...
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The humor in Level E is very similar to the type of humor you will get in Gintama. Level E features parody humor, just like Gintama. Both series enjoy epic trolling of their audience and characters as well. Both series are generally very funny. If you found one funny, chances are you'll find the other funny
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...
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Just like Ramen Fighter Miki, the style of humor is extremely similar in Gintama. Recurring, over the top characters are plentiful in both shows and where Ramen Fighter Miki is focused around cooking and set in a more modern (albeit just like Gintama in a "traditional Japanese" setting), the shows are similar in their focus on the mundane. Indeed, the occupation of Gintama's main characters is an odd-job company rather than a more serious occupation.
If you enjoy nutty and random humor, you will like either series. Be slightly cautioned of differences, one of which is the number of episodes. Gintama spans many episodes, which makes for somewhat more longwinded episodes as compared to the adrenaline filled series that is Ramen Fighter Miki. Additionally, the main character in Ramen Fighter Miki is female, while the main character in Gintama is male and as a result, the jokes in either series are made with somewhat different mindsets. Depending on preference, this might influence the validity of this recommendation.