Jyugo and the gang are advancing through the New Year’s Tournament without a hitch. In the Hyakunin Isshu event, Uno wins against the Building 3 inmates, Trois and Honey. The 4th event is a physical match revolved around a spinning top, but Niko unintentionally enters the match. The opponent is Upa, a kung-fu expert from Building 5. Does Niko, the otaku, have any chance of winning?!
Idiots with Numbers!
The Inmates Are Stupid! The Guards Are Kind of Stupid, Too!
Another Idiot Has Come!!
Happy New Year! The New Year's Tournament Is Where We Get Serious!!
A Fraud and a Hero
The Booster Episode
It's a Surprisingly Sad Story
A Monster and a Gorilla
A Melancholy Day for the Dog, Monkey, and Pheasant
We Got Our Rewards
The Room, the Billiards, the Darts, and Me
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The city state of Lisvalletta. Two suns rise above this city, and the people here live peaceful lives, but in the shadows crime and illegal drugs run rampant. Among them is the dangerous, highly lethal drug "Anthem" which casts a dark shadow over the city. The SEVEN-O Special Crime Investigation Unit specializes in cracking down on Anthem. This unit...
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With the bright colors, crazy narration, absurd humor and fun action, it's highly likely that these series would be best friends.
Both of these go over the top with bright sparkling animation. Nanbaka is exceptionally heavy with the love of colors.
While the story’s aren’t very relatable both do center on comedy and teamwork.
The main difference between the M.C.s are the side of the law they find themselves on. Most of the main characters in Double Decker! Doug & Kirill are law enforcers bent on bringing down a drug crime syndicate while Nanbaka’s M.C. are criminals bent on escaping. Or at least that’s how they start out.
If you’d like to see the other side of the law then give the other a watch.
Gokudo is an adventurer who lies, cheats, and steals to get exactly what he wants, until he steals a magic sword. After a comedic lesson in humility and the prospect of riches and women, he embarks on a quest to save the world of magic. Travelling with the slime-ball Gokudo are royalty, fantastic creatures, and even gods.
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Gokudo and Nanbaka have similar styles of slapstick silly humo. Both shows have lead characters being punished. There is a hefty degree of gender based wit and grayness.
In a city plagued with thugs, mutants, and supervillains, Saitama decides to become a superhero for fun. He envisions an exciting life where he is constantly challenged with tough opponents, but after three years of intense training, he's become so strong that he defeats every enemy with one punch! His dream of engaging challenging foes has...
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These animes are very similar in their overall vibe. Both start out with crazy story lines and wacky characters. After a few episodes the characters become very relatable and you get a feel for their main goals. The main characters both say they do their "jobs" for fun, but actually have other motivations. The whole world seems to go against them, but they just move on with their carefree attitude. Both animes seem random and crazy on the surface but have deeper meanings within the storyline.