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Inferno Cop

Inferno Cop

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Japanese: インフェルノコップ

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Type: ONA
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 25, 2012 to Mar 19, 2013
Genres: Action, Police
Duration: 3 min. per episode
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
L represents licensing company

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Score: 7.431 (scored by 9642 users)
Ranked: #16182
Popularity: #1476
Members: 16,173
Favorites: 195
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While these shows have many key differences between each other, they are fundamentally similar for the most part. What strikes me as the foremost similarity is the bizarre way that these anime present their humorous moments. There is a lack of finesse in the way that the jokes are presented, but they more than make up for it with the sheer impact of their wacky situations that ultimately lead to a really good time towards the target audience. What's more is that the main characters are very memorable for their peculiar antics. If you enjoyed this show, then Panty & Stocking will very much be worth the watch!
Weird and nonsense comedy shorts. If you like one, you'll enjoy the other too
Both are short animes,with a lot of comedy
• #WTF Anime.
• Unexpected scenes.
Both have cops, obviously. While Inferno Cop was made as intentionally over the top and crazy, Mad Bull actually tries to take itself seriously. Imagine a show written by Japanese who have only ever experienced New York through American cop dramas. Look forward to power suits, sex, and the infamous grenade crotch. Watch the dub for the full experience, as British VAs don their best "New Yoik" accents. One of the best bad anime ever made.

Inferno cop should be experienced by everyone, regardless of whether or not Mad Bull made you laugh your ass off. If you haven't done it yet, watch it!
While the premise are different, both are filled with random humor and overall bizarre style.
Both are outrageous and unapologetic seinen comedies from Hell.
The fate of destruction is also the joy of rebirth!
Both anime have awesome policemen. The main plot of these anime are about fighting evil and JUSTICE and the Main Characters are the only ones who can make JUSTICE prevail
So "juicy" with each of their own independent, horrific presentations that the audience can't help but chuckle, and be overwhelmingly astonished at it.
Short episode lengths and completely random events, plus humor and great voice acting.
While they couldn't be any more dissimilar, they are both objectively the best anime the medium has to offer. Both are short ONAs and neither will disappoint. If you haven't watched these, then watch them. It'll take a few minutes, max.
Both share some of the same key staff including the same director. Similar in how "over-the-top" they are. Inferno Cop is a comedy, while Gurren Lagann is a mecha action show.
reportRecommended by Elu - Add to favorites
Both shows have the same black comedy sense of humor, and the main character in both series is an anti-hero came from the depths of hell to rule this world with all his epicness!
reportRecommended by BDL - Add to favorites
They are more similar than one would think. Basically, you have two shows with a parody of anime plots that completely go off the rails. These are comedic geniuses less than three-minute long skits filled with anti-climaxes and surreal humor.
Manly shows with fighting evil and some (most unintentionally) funny moments.
Cipher and Inferno Cop have the best plots available in anime. Nothing comes close to these two and if you loved one, you will love the other with the same amount of love for reasons only someone who watched Cipher or Inferno Cop can understand.
Both are wacky action comedy series from Studio trigger.
Both series are littered with over-the-top 'manliness' in lue of Fist of the North Star and other older preposterone series. Both are parodies that are not afraid to be absolutely absurd.
Similar story about an unconventional hero, similar humor and a little social commentary in both but mainly off the wall anti hero antics.
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