Synonyms: Katteni Kaizou
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 23, 2011 to Oct 26, 2011
23 min. per episode
R+ - Mild Nudity
L represents licensing company
Score: 7.181 (scored by 3370 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
No tags found
Recommendations Submitted by Users
Tha manga of Katte ni Kaizou get spiced up with social critic later on (around volume 6), inspiring the artist into creating something even more awesome, SZS it is. His work tell you a bastardized version of what is hot in the land of the rising sun. He is probably the best social critic mangaka you can think of.
The artist Kumeta Kouji used to be a pure manga comedian with no social critic added, and he did well. Katte ni Kaizou is just another quality comedy filled with wordplay, overaction, and parodies. His older manga is finally animated by SHAFT, with his art direction preserved well plus Shinbo style beautification. Everything about the animated version of Kaizou will remind you of SZS seasons you have watched over the last few years.
Both shows are adaptations of manga by the same author and done by the same animation studio. Katte ni Kaizou's manga actually precedes Zetsubou Sensei's and it's plain to see a similar style of surrealistic comedies in both. Not to mention both shows have similar catchy music and deranged animation.
Both have the same authors (Kumeta Kouji and Shaft studio), similar humor and crazy absurd randomness.
They were both done by the same author (Kumeta Kouji ) and production company (Shaft), and the format of the episodes is a bit similar, as well as the animation. Katte ni Kaizou is raunchier though.
These two animes are really similar. Its not only the "comedy" and "school life" themes, which make these 2 hilarious. You simply cant stop laughing, still there is "slice of life" anyway. The only thing i was thinking the whole time, while watching these 2 was, "Japan, you are damn weird!"
If you like funny school stories and weirdness - these two are perfect for you! If you watched one of them already(and you liked it) and still think about if you should see other one, here´s my advice: "do it, faggot! You´ll not regret!"
Careful, they are addictive as hell! You can´t stop until you´ve seen all the episodes!
Great comedy about schoolboys.
Bizarre humor and a lot of completely ridiculous situations and characters with a school setting. Nichijou is a bit more PG-rated in its content, while Katte ni Kaizou is like a hard PG-13 in contrast, but it's quite likely that a fan of one will enjoy the other.
Both Nichijou and Katte ni Kaizou have a fast-paced, random and crazy humor which is filled with parodies and references to the Japanese culture. Even though Nichijou's funny scenes are almost completely non-sexual and Katte ni Kaizou's jokes are mostly sexual, whoever liked one of them will probably enjoy the other one too.
Also, the drawings are minimalistic in both of these series (maybe because they wanted to give the viewers the feeling that they're reading the manga instead of watching the anime), and their OP's and ED's are (almost) equally magnificent.
Same author, same fast-paced comedy from beginning to end. Joshiraku is a fair bit lighter on the content rating and social commentary, but both are enjoyable in a zany way.