Everyone enjoys an honest chuckle or a busted gut from time to time.
And in between all of the shounen, mecha, slice of vampire life anime you always see, there are literally quite a few amazing comedy anime shows out there! You’ve just gotta know where to appear.
And if you’re staring at this text then you’re within the right place for a few side-splitting anime.
20. Good Luck Girl!
How often does one see a female character who’s basically perfect, rich, beautiful, intelligent… I could last.
In Good Luck Girl the protagonist Ichiko Sakura is such a personality. But we finally have proof of why.
She sucks out the luck of everyone around her.
This forces the goddess of poverty, Momiji Binboda, to confront her and take a look at to suck a number of her succeed. Then all hell breaks loose because the two constantly fight, usually in a very needlessly over the highest fashion.
The pairing of those two is comedy gold since their bickering and insults just fly off the charts. There’s also the monk Bobby Statice who could be a comedic genius in his title.
19. Hinamatsuri (Hina Festival)
From the very start, this show is a few things else.
When else does a Mob-Esque metal egg girl teleport and represent the pinnacle of a yakuza member? Like seriously, who came up therewith pilot?
The yakuza member, Nitta, then has got to make sure of the all-powerful previously-a-robot-egg Hina. Who happens to possess psychic powers.
How does one think this powerhouse combo goes to finish up?
Personally, this show lives on and thrives within the whacky humor genre. Nothing seems too farfetched. The visual gags, the animation, and particularly the voice acting is simply amazing. Definitely provides it a watch.
18. Tanaka-kun is Always Listless
I think I just ruined the show by putting Tanaka on an inventory. Oh well.
If you frequently desire to take a nap after just awakening, this can be a really relatable anime.
Tanaka really can't be bothered with anything. the person just wants to enjoy his peace and quiet and lazily undergo life.
But after all, there are all of those evil beings called “friends” that keep making him do stuff!
The backbone of the show is solely how people react to Tanaka’s level of sloth and his ambition to avoid it. Think Saiki K. but no superpowers and an awfully calming art style.
17. Detroit Metal City
No, Detroit Metal City isn’t the mecha version of Detroit Become Human. Rather it’s a death-metal indie group that's the most focus of this anime.
As far because the plot is anxious, think Hannah Montana but darker, louder, and with more pelvic thrusts.
The lead singer of Detroit Metal City is Johannes Krauser II, an absolute madman whose angry live performances captivate his metal-loving audience.
And sure, on stage, he acts the part of a Satan spawn. But truly, he's just a soft-spoken college graduate who’s within the band for the cash. He doesn’t even like metal that much!
But a person should do what a person must do.
His desperate attempts to measure this double life result in every kind of situation, and his performances get crazier by the second.
16. Asobi Asobase
Asobi Asobase centers around three very odd friends Hanako, Olivia, and Kasumi, and their honorable quest to um… not be bored.
So they create the “Pastime Club” where they only jest and play all types of games.
It’s a standard highschool comedy but it’s removed from dull because the creators of the show really made merry with each episode.
The most mundane activity suddenly becomes the proper plot device to line up an honest gag or leave the ladies in an exceedingly compromising position when the teacher inevitably walks in.
I haven’t been this into rock-paper-scissors since that short green-haired kid beat up those ants. The art style and visual gags are my favorite a part of the show though, as they’re just ridiculous.
Terrorism is bad mkay. But what about sex terrorism?
You see, within the world of Shimoneta, all pornographic content is banned and chastity is enforced, leaving sexually frustrated teens to roam the planet and contend with what they'll.
So it’s the duty of our “terrorists” to another time spread the law of the lewd across the town.
They all wear underwear over their head and throw obscene pictures publicly places. That’s the sort of show you’re stepping into so be prepared.
Also definitely don't watch this together with your family or newly acquired friends. Although the show is primarily a comedy, it still got an R rating for a reason.
14. Ore wo Suki Nano wa Omae Dake ka yo (ORESUKI Are you the only one who loves me?)
It’s hard to inform what comes first with this show, its romantic/drama elements, or its comedy.
Because as you'll be able to guess from the title, the pursuit of affection may be a pretty big theme throughout the show. But it also has some amazing recurring gags and over the highest reactions.
The protagonist is somewhat of a pleasant Guy™, especially within the beginning. So his flirting methods and mentality form up a giant chunk of the show’s humor.
The show also portrays the weirdest and yet somehow most powerful antagonist ever to hit the medium: Bench-Kun that sly bastard.
Overall it's an honest mixture of laughing tears and sadness tears, so whichever you favor you’ll find during this show.
13. Prison School
There’s no great way to explain Prison School. it's in an exceedingly category of its own, that category being NSFW.
To cut the plot short, five perverted boys are thrown into prison for one month because they peeped on some girls taking a shower. And once they ought to prison they somehow become even more perverted.
The show is sort of a boy’s locker room: the anime. So many fanservice to travel around, lots of sexual innuendoes to travel around, and many of fetishes in your face.
The show also tackles the burning questions of humanity. Like whether boobs or butts are the simplest. You know, the 000 questions.
12. To Be Hero
First, you have got a standard plumber. Pretty good looking, but lazy with a sprinkle of sleaziness.
OK, over a sprinkle.
He spends his days hitting on women and talking about his superpower: the flexibility to inform a woman’s hip size at glance. But wouldn’t you recognize it, now he actually does have superpowers… after pulling a Mario and happening a pipe(a toilet pipe to be more precise).
The only downside is he's now fat and ugly individual whose own daughter can’t recognize him.
If “sucked down a bathroom to realize superpowers” doesn’t sound sort of a grand old comedy then you we must have different taste!
11. +Tic Elder Sister (Plastic Nee-San)
Not searching for a long-term anime relationship?
Do you just want to possess a 1-night chuckle and never call back?
Then Plastic Nee-San is for you! It’s a series of twelve 2-minute skits packed to the brim with laughs.
The show could be a master at a quick-pace character building. In under half an hour you already want you to recognize these characters.
It also makes little or no room for filler content. Everything may be a laugh line and there’s little downtime between laughs.
The humor is way from subtle and also the show doesn’t take itself seriously in the least. Which you may notice after a moment or two.
10. Kiss Him, Not Me
This show is sort of a yaoi fangirl underdog story.
You see our protagonist Kae Serinuma has always had two characteristics that defined her life.
Being overweight, and wanting some Yuri on life, if you catch my drift.
But one in every one of those characteristics goes away as Kae loses lots of weight fast. And wouldn’t you recognize, it now four boys want thus far her! But her only character pillar remains. So she keeps trying to urge the boys to fall for every other instead.
The title is smart now, doesn’t it? I’ll leave it to your imagination on what happens once you attempt to ship boys who want to sail your boat. It’s gold.
9. Isekai Quartet
This is quite cheating but shush. I actually didn’t think I might enjoy Isekai Quartet the maximum amount as I did, because it originally appeared like a lazy cash-grab.
But the humor within the show is truly really expert, playing off lots of tropes of the isekai world normally. But also playing on the respective crossover series that the cast comes from.
And it’s a basically high budget, high-quality fan fiction. As we will finally see how certain characters would interact with other household names.
The episodes are short, the art style cute, and there's generally no beating around the bush here.
The only fault I can find is that if you haven’t watched all of the series, it features plenty of jokes around other plot points, so some jokes may not land unless you’ve seen the opposite series.
Barakamon is that the variety of shows you watch to urge you into that giggly summer mood.
There aren't any real out of this world tropes, twists, or plot lines. Just a really funny character-driven comedy.
It also has somewhat of a special feel as there’s no high school, or basketball players, or video games. But rather calligraphy and also the countryside.
After losing his cool and totally sucker-punching a veteran, Sei Handa is distributed to the Goto islands to reflect on his actions. this can be where the supporting cast comes into play as a plethora of cocky children, nosey old men, and everything in between come to hassle our protagonist.
The backbone of this comedy is that the overall dynamic between all characters within the show & their adventures together.
7. Daily Life of High School Boys
The best thanks to view the existence of highschool Boys is as an ensemble comedy.
Personally, nobody’s character stands out because of the center of the show. The humor is sometimes derived out of group tomfoolery and the way the characters bounce off one another. and each time the wind blows near a specific river bank.
The show centers around kids and therefore the various things they may do for fun, like playing pretend with some sticks or wearing your sister’s underwear. We’ve all been there, right?
At its worst, it’s a feel-good slice of life anime. At its best, it’s just absurdly funny.
6. Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto
Sakamoto is simply insane. It’s the foremost predictable and yet non-predictable show I've got seen during a while.
We catch on immediately that Sakamoto is perfection which he will always set out ahead and win. But he does it in mere the weirdest, most lovely ways possible.
The conclusion to each conflict just has you sitting there laughing, repeating “Of course that will happen”. It’s all so nonsensical that it makes perfect sense.
Also, everyone falls taken with this man, for God’s sake the bullies that wanted to beat him up ended up putting his picture as their phone background.
And then there's Kubota’s mother, jeez Louise.
This anime is like commission only it’s extremely possible because he's Sakamoto.
5. The Devil as a Part-Timer
From the title alone you would possibly think that it's just another seasonal power fantasy Isekai series, but oh boy. What it really boils all the way down to could be a hilarious slice of life anime with the foremost bizarre overarching plot.
Like when you’re just minding your own business flipping some burgers so you'll pay rent next month, on the other hand, Lucifer shows up and starts blowing stuff up. Only to become a shut-in neet an episode later.
Yeah, it’s really not gonna add up till you check it out.
And don’t forget your arch-nemesis who really just can’t work out whether she’s alleged to kill you or not, but she also works in customer service.
I don’t know man, this show just got me with its concept and never let me go.
4. Grand Blue
I desire so as to induce the foremost kicks out of Grand Blue you have got to be a touch tipsy.
Because man, it’s such a wild depiction of buddies going out for drinks, making fools out of themselves, moving into petty fights, so doing it all again tomorrow.
There’s an overarching plot of our protagonist getting over his fears and learning to like diving. But I find that to be secondary to the humor.
Although it does have some blue-ass water, the important gem of the show is drinking with the characters. Or watching them drink when you’re sober. It’s great either way!
And these guys appear as if they were ripped straight out of Attack on Titan after they get angry, which could be a plus.
3. The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.
I already knew Netflix anime might be good from Devilman Crybaby. But Saiki K. made me hopeful that it will be funny furthermore.
This is a gag anime that the overarching plot is non-important, although there are some multi-episode arcs.
Saiki is overall an awfully absurd comedy. I mean Saiki is sort of a nerfed state of Minecraft creative mode, that the possibilities are endless.
There are plenty of little things that make me love the show. Kaidou’s theme song that plays whenever he speaks of the Dark Reunion, Terukashi’s inner diva, and Nendou being Nendo.
The humor isn't as crude as other entries on this list. And you'll be able to enjoy the show whether or not you’ve never watched anime in your life. It’s really made for broad audiences, hence why i feel it’s on Netflix.
Can we also just appreciate how Saiki is literally always complaining? Not in an Asuma screeching annoying way. I mean the guy is simply so through with everyone, I love it.
I love KonoSuba. Does that make me basic? Probably.
Though personally, i feel KonoSuba has one in all the most effective ensembles in anime. Especially the core cast of Kazuma, Megumin, Aqua, and Darkness.
Their banter just never seems to urge old. And although a number of the characters are pretty one-note, the show avoids getting stale.
Kazuma specifically could be a gem when it involves comedy. you'll be able to see what quantity fun the writers have along with his dialogue.
The recurring characters alongside the villains are decent, never being within the spotlight for too long but still being memorable.
Kazuma’s fight with Mitsurugi and therefore the proceeding power of his creepy hand movements are my personal favorites within the show.
It’s like if Family Guy was an anime, funnier, and had some amazing fights sprinkled throughout.
Before you burn me for comparing it to Family Guy let me explain. This show parodies and references anything and absolutely everything. Which is its biggest strength and weakness?
Because if you get the reference it’s like high-fiving the creator in the flick, but if you don’t get the picture you are feeling like you’ve brought great dishonor to your family. otherwise, you just turn it off and go on.
Think of watching YGO Abridged without ever having seen the initial Yu-Gi-Oh! it's going to be funny, but plenty will think again your head.
The show also brilliantly breaks the 4th wall and uses meta-humor, with characters complaining about how they haven’t been in any episodes recently. Or the crew watching the trailer for his or her own movie.
The show’s longevity itself speaks volumes to how good it's. Gintama has been happening for many episodes, with specials and films, all of which are highly critically acclaimed.
If you would like amusing riot anime then Gintama could be a good spot to begin.