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Masuda Kousuke Gekijou Gag Manga Biyori


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Gyagu Manga Biyori, Masuda Kousuke's Theater: A Perfect Day for Gag-Manga
Japanese: 増田こうすけ劇場 ギャグマンガ日和

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 7, 2005 to Apr 25, 2005
Premiered: Winter 2005
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Artland
Source: Manga
Genres: Comedy, Parody
Duration: 5 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.421 (scored by 2,056 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #18492
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3757
Members: 5,062
Favorites: 43
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Episodes: /12

Synopsis

Gyagu Manga Biyori is an anime that is about absolutely nothing. It is comprised of 12 short stories (5 minutes long each) that only build up a small amount of plot for each story. The anime feeds off the stupidest things, but is quite humorous.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Usami-chan
Usami-chan
Main
Satou, Narumi
Japanese
Satou, Narumi
Shoutoku, Taishi
Shoutoku, Taishi
Main
Maeda, Takeshi
Japanese
Maeda, Takeshi
Onono, Imoko
Onono, Imoko
Main
Nazuka, Kaori
Japanese
Nazuka, Kaori
Takemoto, Eiji
Japanese
Takemoto, Eiji
Kawai, Sora
Kawai, Sora
Main
Maeda, Takeshi
Japanese
Maeda, Takeshi

Staff

Daichi, Akitarou
Daichi, Akitarou
Director
Tanaka, Kazuya
Tanaka, Kazuya
Sound Director
Tanaka, Masayoshi
Tanaka, Masayoshi
Episode Director, Storyboard, Animation Director
Onji, Masayuki
Onji, Masayuki
Episode Director, Animation Director


Edit Opening Theme

"Atakku! Gyagu Manga Biyori (アタック!ギャグマンガ日和; Attack! Gag Manga Weather)" by Yuji Ueda

Edit Ending Theme

"Happy Ending" (ハッピーエンディング) by Tetsuya Kanmuri



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Ranivus
Oct 31, 2007
Gagyu Manga Biyori is one of those comedy sketch shows based on the manga of the same name. Set out in short five minute episodes they set out to try to make u laugh by showing you crude drawings silly parodies and anything else in between. Being a super short anime the comedy hits you fast and hard. You'll either get it or you dont. And its painstakingly obvious that they care more about the punchline over the artwork. But then would you care of what you drew if it was a short 5 minute skit of nothing but japanese slapstick?

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Slacks
Aug 4, 2007
Gyagu Manga Biyori is a collection of off the wall short clips that manage to present some of the strangest and most hilarious stories ever conceived within a five minute running time--hell, sometimes they even manage to fit two plots into one episode. This length attempts to ensure that things remain frantic, fast-paced and fun, which Gyagu Manga Biyori is for the most part. This series has a critical flaw however: for every gut-buster of an episode, there exists a five minute dud to act as a counterweight, leading to a very uneven watching experience as a whole.

Despite its mixed results, Gyagu Manga Biyori deserves read more
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ChibiFantasy
Aug 13, 2012
Hands down the best anime I have ever seen... You'll laugh you'll cry, you'll fall in love... It's good... The ending theme is very heartwarming...
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