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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?
Both shows focus on boys being boys in school. Lots of laughs to be had. Ishida to Asakura is silghtly more pervy than Cromartie High School but I'm sure fans of one would enjoy the other
Cromartie and Ishida both follow teenaged boys in their random school life antics, and are fairly slapstick to boot. The difference is that Cromartie is 5,000 times better in all ways and is actually funny, but there's no denying that the two are similar. Try the other out for size, especially if you just watched Ishida and want something better.
Delinquent (-ish for Ishida to Asakura) characters getting into random, often pointless events. Cromartie is the superior of the two but both can be fun if you're in the right mindset for either one. Abnormal characters and a school life setting where school doesn't play much of a role round them off.
Both of these shows are gag comedy shows, with short episodes, that are about delinquents. If you liked the ridiculously random comedy of one, you're certain to enjoy the other.
At Ina Middle School, the boys’ Ping Pong Club is seen as more of a joking matter than something worth the school's budget. It doesn't help that they are constantly being outdone by the girls' team and their fiery-tempered coach, as well the fact that most of the boys on the team care more about their ding dongs than their ping pongs! In a desperate attempt to motivate the team, the boys' coach introduces a hot-bodied female manager, who might just bring a sexual tension to the team that could work to their advantage. But can these hopeless boys improve their game enough to emerge victorious at the upcoming tournament and win the prize she's willing to give?
Two ecchi, random comedies about school life. Ping Pong Club is the MUCH more ecchi and crude of the two, but they will appeal to the same audience.
If you like shows about boys being gross silly boys in a school setting these 2 shows are a perfect match.
Perverted, sleazy and sometimes crude (Vastly more for Ping Pong Club), both aren't even close to good but share those same traits with one-dimensional, generally unlikable characters and some occasional comedy around random events.
In Gintoki's Japan, the arrival of the various space races known collectively as the Amanto ended the era of the samurai. The Amanto's highly advanced technology resulted in total conquest and a severe economic shift. Now, former samurai such as Gintoki scrape together whatever livelihood they can. Gintoki's profession of choice is that of a yorozuya: he'll complete any job for money. However, he’s unmotivated; and spending most of the day on the couch with the latest issue of Jump and a carton of Strawberry Milk is his preferred pastime. It turns out that his new unpaid employees, Shinpachi and Kagura, are going to interfere with his pastime even more than with his "work"! Of course, none of this means he has really given up on his samurai ideologies!
While Gintama has more substance than Ishida To Asakura, they are very similar in that the plot is vague and, at times, ridiculous. Ishida To Asakura is what I would imagine as a concise version of Gintama with a tilt towardmindless perversion and sensuality.
These two have nothing to do with the profiles of the characters, but the characters themselves are related because they compete with each other in similar kinds of brainless activities. This is not to say I do not enjoy them, just that they are ridiculous and fun.
Wooser is an adorable creature with a not-so-adorable fetish for panties and school girls. Alongside the lovely ladies Miho, Ren and Rin, Wooser always manages to have a fun time, whether the gang has a DJ dance party, forms sculptures out of clay or even volunteers at the zoo.
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.
Olivia is a blonde-haired beauty who was born and raised in Japan, but can’t speak any English. Despite always acting serious and as an intellectual, Kasumi is a bespectacled girl with short hair, who also can’t speak English. Finally, there’s the pig-tailed Hanako, who’s cheerful but can’t seem to become a normie. The three middle schoolers end up making a “Players’ Club”?! The ultimately cute, ultimately fun and hilarious teenage girls’ comedy is about to begin!
She is Hanabatake Yoshiko, and she's an idiot through and through. She loves bananas, and she loves her childhood friend Akkun.
The would-be hijinks of the mischievous Matsuno sextuplets are hijacked from episode one by colorful buck-toothed con man Iyami and Chibita, his bald munchkin sidekick. Nearly every episode is a standalone comedy cavalcade with the above cast as well as other quirky locals who show up in a number of different roles as the series shifts effortlessly between time periods and genres, but in most cases, Iyami and Chibita are front and center as partners in crime, a couple of sad sacks scraping by but carrying out scammy schemes in order to get rich quick.