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Life can be difficult in high school. Luckily for Kaimei Gakuen High there is a club called the Sket Dance. Defined as the "Campus Support Group," this club is dedicated to solving the problems of their school. However, due to the lack of important jobs, the Sket Dance is often overlooked and mostly used to do boring handiwork tasks rather than solving actual problems. But when they do get a job, like finding the culprit of bullying or taking care of a classmate's pet monkey, they are able to show their true skills. The Sket Dance has three members: former delinquent and violent Himeko, information and technology-loving otaku Switch, and atypical leader Bossun. Whether it's solving problems or just fixing up the storage shed, the Sket Dance will always try their best and give each job their all!
Both Gintama and Sket Dance are centered around the same idea. A group of three people, which include a violent girl, a nerdy boy, and an atypical useless leader, take on odd jobs and services for the help of other people. You can't get more similar than the same plot structure. If you like one you will like the other.
Apart from the surprisingly similar characters from both series, Sket Dance and Gintama are very similar to each other; although Sket Dance has a possibly more mistery than the more light-hearted and absurd sci-fi setting of Gintama, both manga relate around a group of free-lancers with unique members, such as overtly violent girls, only apparently useless leaders that turn out to actually have quite amazing skills and so on, all with a heavy use of humor and a plot which remains hidden behind the various gags...
Both involve a group of three people trying to help out others. One is the boss who seems like a good-for-nothing but pulls through at the end. The other is an otaku and the last is a girl with fierce strength. Both are comedic and have parodies. They have similar feels.
They are both similar in terms of humour, which focuses mainly on randomness. Both series also have 3 main characters (2 males, 1 female). Both focus on helping others, sket dance as part of their club activities while gintama as part of their job. They have a lot of common, while being very different at the same time. If you like one of those series, go ahead and check the other one.
Both are gag manga with a similar style of comedy (though Gintama has a lot more sexual jokes than Sket Dance). The author of Sket Dance was previously an assistant of the author of Gintama, and it really shows when reading/watching both.
Sket Dance is essentially a milder version of Gintama.
Both make excellent use of toilet humour.
Both feature a trio that do odd jobs, and are largely episodic.
Both are very good at making you emotionally connect with characters very quickly, and then using that connection to emotionally punch you in the gut. Both shows can go almost instantly from hilarious to sad and back without it feeling jarring. Both are mostly hilarious though.
Both feature supernatural elements, Gintama to a much larger extent though.
author was an assistant on gintama and gintama characters appear in the manga, it also really emulates the style of gintama with whacky humor and some serious scenes when it needs to be
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 gone up in smoke, and his overpowered life is filled with overpowering boredom. Then a cyborg named Genos learns about Saitama's amazing ability and begs him to make him his disciple. Saitama isn't interested in taking on an apprentice, but Genos isn't giving up. Can he convince the disillusioned hero to teach him the secret of his strength? And will Saitama ever find a worthy adversary to battle?
Both manga are balancing between meta, gag humor and serious, dramatic storytelling. Both have melancholic, easy-going main protagonists and a colorful supporting cast.
Both are great parodies on the typical superpower/shounen genre, with great humor and good action
They're both funny well known parodies with VERY good stories and awesome yet HILARIOUS art. Definatly recommend reading/watching both you'll LOVE them!
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One day, a super-average second-year high school student who wants a girlfriend, Aoshima, suddenly awakens to the ability to time slip. Ten years in the future, he is—gasp—married to the cutest girl in school, Wagatsuma-san! In the present, they are only classmates, so how in the world does he end up with the unobtainable Wagatsuma-san?!
My Wife Is Wagatsuma-san and Gintama are both parodic gag manga with protagonists involved in crazy situations and characters out of the ordinary. Gintama creates an alternative universe with weird creatures, aliens and a good dose of action; My Wife Is Wagatsuma-san follows the ordinary romcom route, with a character capable of leaping through time with the only goal of marrying Wagatsuma-san.
Nitta is an ambitious, young member of the Ashikawa-gumi yakuza syndicate. One day, a mysterious, oval-shaped object falls out of thin air into his apartment, and suddenly changes everything! Inside of the object is an expressionless young girl named Hina. The girl has formidable telekinetic powers that she uses to threaten Nitta, forcing him to allow her to live in his apartment. Dangers abound as the yakuza member and young psychic begin their life together as roommates!
Hail Ilpalazzo! Excel is always ready for ACROSS duty! With faithful, frail, fading accomplice Hyatt and loyal emergency ration supply Mince, she's ready to prove it's all society's fault! With a corrupt world that only ACROSS can save/rule, their task must begin at a realistic level - with the conquest of a city. Other world domination organizations may have money, but they have spirit! A government organization out to protect the city, and even Excel's own luck may hinder them, but not even death will stop one of their number. But how can these girls save the world when they can't even guarantee they'll have dinner tonight?
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On Earth, humans live unaware of the many gods who watch over them and help maintain a sense of balance. But one day, a very special girl named Ichiko Sakura will come face to face with one in the flesh – Momiji, the goddess of misfortune! For Ichiko is unknowingly sapping good fortune from those around her, sporting abnormal levels of beauty, intellect, athletic skill and wealth, and it's up to Momiji to help put things back into order. There's just one problem: selfish Ichiko is fully satisfied with her life, and wants nothing of the sort! Determined to keep her mojo safe from the cranky goddess's giant syringe and wide array of bad luck "devices", Ichiko now must deal with a whole host of supernatural lunatics and the fact that her new tormentor has moved in as an unwanted house guest, all the while trying her best to stay as fabulous as possible!