Jul 4, 2010 to Sep 26, 2010
24 min. per ep.
R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
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SynopsisTsuda Takatoshi is about to begin his first year in Ousai Academy. His decision to enter Ousai was based upon it being close to his home and he paid no heed to the fact he'd be among the first boys to enter the recently gender-integrated school.
On his first trip to school, Takatoshi is surrounded by girls; the train has nothing but girls, the walk to school has nothing but girls and once he finally arrives he is approached by a group of girls and summarily appointed vice-president of the student council and, as expected, he is the only boy there.
Now Takatoshi finds himself surrounded by crazy girls who do nothing but horrify him with their candid conversations about feminine hygiene products and, what's worse, assume he's the worst kind of man, the kind who doesn't clean himself and watches porn all day long.
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Opening Theme"Yamato Nadeshiko Education (大和撫子エデュケイション)" by Triple Booking
Ending Theme"Aoi Haru (蒼い春)" by angela
Seitokai Yakuin domo: The Show Prison School and Shimoneta Wanted To Be!
The Japanese school setting + student council + all girl's school with few male entrants + perverted characters + ecchi/fanservice/nudity/andor harem is a really tired, really overdone concept at this point. For example: there have been at least 20 such shows involving at least 2 of the aforementioned tropes just THIS year. Count 'em.
The reason that there are currently so many of these shows is less that they're a real "work" and more of a "product" designed and marketed specifically to an audience that consistently and routinely purchases their product in large quantities. It's like the cigarette of anime. They're not good for you, but a lot of people really love them, and keep on buying it even though they know it's killing them.
However- even the most cynical reviewers among us eventually realize that even the most recycled concepts and tropes can still make for an effective and enjoyable show... IF executed properly. Though Seitokai Yakuin domo includes all of the above with the exception of the last trope I mentioned, the writers took the established tropes and turned them upside down, adding some freshness to a nauseatingly stale formula. It's all about turning that "girls can't be pervs" trope upside down, and in that regard- a great success!
Even though it's a comedy- I only laughed out loud one time at Seitokai Yakuin domo. It's kind of like The Big Lebowski (or any Coen Brothers' film for that matter) in that it's not actually funny at all.
It's a chuckle comedy- not an uproarious, couch clutching, gasping for breath humor riot. They do tend to wear out the jokes after a while, and if you never found them funny in the first place (like in Prison School), then you're in for a long watch.
If incessant panty shots and boobs are your main attraction to these shows, SYD is NOT for you.
Art/Animation/Sound/Voice Acting: 7
Truth be told, I really only watched this show because it was animated by GoHands, and it looks like most anime made in this decade: shiny, colorful, and pretty fluid. One thing I noticed (and liked about this anime) was that nobody had ridiculous hairstyles NOR did they have unnatural hair colors. Everyone actually looked like a normal human being, which, for a school anime, is a HUGE step. +1 for progressiveness.
The voices are handled competently, veteran Yoko Hikasa (Rias Gremory) was great as Shino, and Satomi Arai plays the deadpan creeper Hata (She also portrayed Saotome from the more recent Shimoneta, a very similar character hmmmmmmmmm)
SYD was adapted from a long running 4 panel comic that's essentially just a collection of making fun of trope scenes from other anime, along with their own flavor of sex jokes. That said, it's difficult to take 30 or 40 four panel one liner jokes and turn that into a single episode. GoHands somehow manages to make it flow into an easy to follow comedy show about life in the student council with this pretty radical choppy pace coupled with segments that take the original jokes and expound upon them. They added a lot more context and setup, and then let it play out.
You're actually shown the punchline as a commercial slide, and then the scene plays out, giving you something to chew on and wonder where this weird, out of context line comes from. It definitely helps with the impact as well- kind of an "OHHHH" moment for the longer jokes.
The general premise of SYD is that Tsuda, our MC, is a newly accepted student to the formerly all girls Ousai Academy. On his first day, he makes the mistake of not tightening his tie, which attracts the ire of the Student Council President, Shino- who teaches him a lesson by fixing his tie, strangling him, and then forcibly inducts him into the Student Council. The rest of the show takes place over the school year, with the various holidays, sex jokes, outings, gross out jokes, and mischief that come along with it.
There are four student council members, President Shino, VP Tsuda, Secretary Aria, and Treasurer Suzu. There're also four other characters of note: the creepy lady teacher Yokoshima, who is basically a pedophile and tries incessantly to get with the few guys attending the school, Hata, the monotone speaking newspaper club member who always shows up to take scandalous and incriminating photos of everyone, Mitsuba, the adorably innocent (of the horrible sexual things Aria and Shino say) Judo girl, and Kaede, who is man-phobic.
Each character has an in show 4th wall breaking description: Shino, "the perfect human" (who is an incorrigible pervert), Aria, "the multitalented princess with big boobs" (rich girl airhead everyone fawns over, also a pervert), and Suzu "IQ of 180" (height of 4'5", terrible napoleon complex and hates being treated like a child). Tsuda, our MC, is basically the world's most legendary straight man. He serves for there to be a brick wall to hit for the endless stream of sex and poop jokes coming from Shino/Aria.
The actual content of the jokes is what I referred to as refreshing in the beginning. I have not seen an anime with such disgusting, foul content toilet jokes since Panty and Stocking. It goes so overboard with perversion of speech and dirty jokes + toilet humor that it's not even scandalous anymore, it's commonplace. You know, without a doubt, that everything that comes out of Shino's or Aria's mouths is going to be a) a bad sex joke, b) a women's hygiene gross out joke, or c) some "accidental" misreading/pronunciation of a normal kanji that then turns the meaning into something sexual.
While these are fairly common in comedy anime, again, the degree to which they describe some of this stuff is pretty nasty, so +1 for edgy.
Well, this ran a lot longer than I wanted it to- but it's important to see more formative shows in genre tropes- and one can see the obvious influences this show (and the comics before it) had on such newer titles as Prison School and Shimoneta.
Aria: "Wow, a whole year has passed. It only felt like a few months."
Shino: "In an anime, that'd be about 13 episodes!"
Tsuda: "That's a little too dangerous..." read more
-This review has been updated after all the episodes were aired, and was first written while the show was airing. It is meant to help the reader determine if it is worthwhile watching an episode or two to form their own opinions.-
Seitokai Yakuindomo is a school comedy with little or no relevant story that focuses largely on verbal adult humor, generally avoiding visual adult humour. As with most shows of this genre, it isn’t mind-blowing or beautiful – throughout the show I found myself noticing little aspects that the show could have done without.
However, at the end of the each episode, I looked back and realized that I had laughed throughout. I had realized that the show may not be spectacular, but it was funny. The randomness and quick pacing of the humor is vital to the show's appeal, and the show begins to settle into a quick, smooth pace after a few episodes.
What is important to note is that this humor will not be for everyone, and after two episodes the viewer should be able to decide whether or not they enjoy the type of humor enough to continue on with the show.
Artwork & Sound: Average; nothing worth highlighting, nothing negative. It is worth mentioning that the Ending song is very catchy, however.
Characters: The characters in Seitokai Yakuindomo are not terribly unique. Each character can be summed up as having some of the usual generic characteristics normally found in anime. However, the characters fit into their roles well, and it is because of this the humor succeeds.
Enjoyment: The enjoyment of this show is what carries my generally favorable review of it (especially as the show progresses into its later episodes). At the end of the episode, you may not walk away amazed, but you will walk away with a few good laughs. read more
Let me start off by saying that Seitokai Yakuindomo is probably right up there on the top 5 anime to have me in hysterics every 5 minutes or so, if you're looking for an anime full of laughs, simple characters and no emotional story so there's no drama, this is EXACTLY what you're looking for, if you're looking for romance, ecchi, love triangles, drama, sadness etc, you should probably give this a miss, although there are vague hints of love interest.
The story revolves around Takotoshi Tsuda, A male high school student who decides to transfer to an all-girls school simply because its closer to home, he ends up being forcibly recruited into the student body council as a male representative. He is joined by three girls;
Shino Amakusa - a second-year student and student body president, she is very serious and wants things done perfectly, she excels in academics, but all that is shadowed by the fact that she is a complete pervert, and the main reason she took an interest to Takotoshi was to 'examine' him in Health and Social class (Yep, you know exactly where i'm going with this), she is very self conscious about her breast size, and the fact her secretary, Aria, is well endowed, is the recipe for a perfect jealousy driven relationship between the two.
Aria Shichijo - Also a second year, she plays the role of the student body secretary, she comes from a very rich family and just by appearance you'd expect her to be the most mature character...and if you make that assumption, you're horribly wrong.
Aria is extremely perverted too, more than Shino is, she manages to twist and turn even the most innocent and simplest of sentences into a fanfiction-esque scene which appear in thought bubbles, because she is absurdly rich and well pampered, she often finds herself in completely ridiculous situations, such as standing blankly in front of a door expecting it to slide open, or standing on the bottom step of a staircase thinking its an elevator. She too is incredibly smart, and is ranked second, underneath Shino, of course, in her class midterms.
Finally we have Suzu Hagimura, who is in the same year as our unfortunate protagonist, again, she is very smart and often brags about her ability to do 10 digit arithmetic calculations in her head to cover up the fact she's not really good at any physical activities, although she is 16 years old and considers her self to be superior to Takotoshi, she is often the butt of the joke when it comes to childlike appearance and height as she is less than half the size of the other three and in one episode, needs a chair to reach the top shelf of her own cabinet, this often causes her to go into a super-saiyan rage whenever her unnaturally small stature is brought into a conversation, and of course, Takotoshi is the straight man for them all.
What i like about this show is that all the characters have their own traits , pros and cons which make them completely different from one another, although these characters aren't well flushed out with heaps of back story and social problems (they don't need to be for this genre of anime) the characters end up being likeable anyway, whether its for the witty banter between them in literally EVERY scene, or whether its the shear pervertedness of Shino and Aria (especially Aria, damn man) its definitely a must watch.
I'd recommend this anime to anyone, especially to fans of K-On! or Lucky Star (although the themes in this are significantly more mature than anything in K-On! and Lucky Star)
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Is it possible to make a comedy revolving almost exclusively around sex jokes, and not have it come off low-brow and immature?
The answer? Seitokai Yakuindomo.
Thanks to clever wordplay, good writing and actual punch lines, Seitokai Yakuindomo manages to craft a sex comedy that avoids the pitfall of simply being crass for the sake of crassness and is all the more funnier for it. No matter how many jokes about ejaculation they make. By taking their sex jokes down the path of wordplay and and humorous misunderstandings, (instead of making shallow references to dicks and expecting the audience fall over dead from laughter), Seitokai Yakuindomo almost manages to give itself a sense of class. Almost. But more importantly, this makes the gags actually funny.
Needless to say, those who hate sex jokes, or the easily offended, probably won't enjoy Seitokai Yakuindomo. And yet somehow, the show manages to not be ridiculously offensive, despite containing gags that would make South Park blush. I think this is combination of the way the jokes are presented in an innocent, serious way (sort of like the characters are unaware what they're saying is inappropriate for the situation, if that makes sense) and the colourful cheery art style.
This series makes no bones about what is is, that is, it's nothing more than a platform for a rapid-fire series of sex jokes, and at this, I feel it's a flying success. The show is absolutely hilarious, which is all it needs to be. As a result, there's very little I can criticize it for. It's only real flaw is the length, only thirteen episodes, which is average for most anime, but for Seitokai Yakuindomo, it feels like this isn't enough and it has more jokes to tell.
If you’re looking for a decent plot or a nice story, go somewhere else. Seitokai Yakuindomo doesn't have either of it. Seitokai Yakuindomo is about an all-girls school turned co. The girls don’t really mind this though; it’s more like a dream come true for most of them. Through the whole series it’s one perverted joke after the other. Most of them you can see coming from a mile away, but they will make you laugh anyway.
The animation often switches between normal animation and chibi mode. Usually I don’t like it when there’s too much chibi in an anime, but with Seitokai Yakuindomo I didn't really mind. Perhaps it’s because I put my mind on blank while watching this.
Music fits the series perfectly, especially the dynamic, rhythmic and crazy, and a phenomenal opening and twisted ending. Because of the dialogue and humour it's difficult to pay attention to music in the background, but there are some good pieces. Very well emphasizes moral and peaceful moments in the series.
I generally like the different characters in Seitokai Yakuindomo. I guess they’re actually not that different (they’re all perverted girls), but two of our main characters are normal people, trying to put some common sense in most of the school. The interaction between these is the main power of this anime.
In conclusion, Seitokai Yakuindomo is an excellent comedy series, provided you don't find it's lewd subjects offensive, and you don't mind that there's very little story. Anyone who loves a well-written sex comedy should check it out.
I probably only enjoyed this because of my young age and immaturity, that's right all you pedophiles. COME AT ME BRO.
I mean I'm a masochist.
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Both are about a Student Council with all girls save one boy, whom they are often giving a hard time.
Both revolve around a male student in the student council. The only difference is that in Ichizon, the male has dirty thoughts and with Yakuindomo, the girls have dirty thoughts.
The two anime's are rather similar to each other because they both deal with a funny Student Council , where all the members are girls except for one guy. And the comedy in it is mostly the student council talking about stuff.
one of the big differences in this is that in Ichizon they show more ecchi scenes whereas in Yakuindomo they talk about ecchi stuff .
i enjoyed both of them allot and i think that if you liked Ichizon you'll probbly like Yakuindomo
A Student Council with all girls and one guy, but the only difference is that in Sitokai no Ichizon, the guy actually wants a harem while in Seitokai Yakuindomo, the guy tries to avoid being in a "harem"
Anime in which most of the events occur in the Student Council's room. In both the Council is represented by a group of girls and only one boy.
Both about the student council. In No Ichizon the guy is always thinking of perverted things but, in Yakuindomo it's all the girls that think of the perverted stuff
Both series are about Student council with one guy and girls
The plot is similar with joke and some parodies, perhaps some dumbness of the student council's president as well
Both focus on a Student Council for a school. Both have 1 boy in the Student Council who are both the vice president
Pervy Student Councils are fun. Oh so very fun. Main difference is where the "perv" is in each seires. Seitokai no Ichizon has a pervy male, Seitokai Yakuindomo has pervy females. Did I mention they both have lolis? Both situations, the male suffers |D
Both have stories set in the school counsel, with 1 guy and many girls, many anime parodies, sex talk (the male in Ichizon, all the girls in Yakuindomo). Ichizon has fewer ero jokes and slightly more plot, but otherwise the two are very similar
Both anime are comedies involving student council, but are not purely about what the group does. Both anime are joke based. 'Seitokai no Ichizon' being a parody style anime with jokes about harems, while 'Seitokai Yakuindomo' is a comic-strip style anime with jokes that are explicit and sexual in nature.
Essentially the same series with the gender of the boke/tsukkomi routine reversed. Both series premises are held in the student council and both are light-hearted comedic series.
Student Councils, both involves a guy surrounded by beautiful girls etc. :)
Both of them take setting in student council, with only one male student and some girl students. While Yakuindomo focus on dirty jokes and slapstick, Ichizon got some nice parodies and a little romance in it.
not exactly same, since Seitokai no Ichizon contains harem portion, but if you want to watch jokes...
Main male characters in both series are the sole male member in their respective student council. Though surrounded by high-spec girls, both characters have to deal with the teasing and problems in their student council life.
Tone down the perverse nature a tad
Have the male protagonist being perverted
Add more girls
and you have Seitokai no Ichizon.
If my brief description was not enough to convince you, at least watch an episode or two so you can decide for yourself.
Both are sitcoms featuring a boy in an all-girl student council with no particular plot and random jokes
Well it has the same similar settings as the main character. It has the same overall feel and atmosphere of the animes. Both animes are really funny and easy to get into.
Seitokai no Ichizon seems to have a more parody like comedy with well re-used jokes. There is a lot more moe in this anime as well.
Seitokai Yakuindomo has more comedy based on mature "things" but its still nonetheless friggen hilarious.
Both have LOL moments. In both, the male protagonist was part of the Student Body Council for different reasons. And the female cast for both love to mess around and make jokes. In a way, the Student Body Council sometimes takes there work seriously and the other times, have fun like the teenagers they are. Seitokai no Ichizon has more drama, and Seitokai Yakuindomo has more comedy with mature jokes XD
Taking place in the school grounds, it follows the daily lives of the high school students in a student council room, hence the name Seitokai meaning "Student Council." Their meetings are somewhat enhancing their school with improvements, and structuring themselves to make it more appealing. One unique segment about the shows is the main male character where romance make things interesting or a comic relief character.
Seitokai no Ichizon, is basically a parody show, somewhat moe characters, and a perverted main character. Seitokai Yakuindomo, features tall teenagers, enhancing school content, and perverted jokes, with the normal male character.
BOth are comedies about student council consisting of females and only one male. Both are comedies with dirty jokes, but Seitokai no Ichizon has also reference jokes.
These two Anime have quite a bit in common from the beginning, as both of the male leads of both the Anime are both in the student council and are the only males in the student council. However there is a slight difference of humour being flipped to the male lead of Seitokai no Ichizon, whilst the girls maintain the humour in Seitokai Yakuindomo. Both have a strong sense of comedy and is one view for people who enjoyed Seitokai Yakuindomo
Both animes tell the story of a Student Council full of girls except the main character that is a boy. While Ichizon is more based in harem and parody , Yakuindomo uses sexual jokes and weird humour. I see Yakuindomo more funny than Ichizon but the two showare good and worth seeing.
- Centered around the student council
- One male lead who sometimes acts humorously and other times seriously
- Male lead is at the mercy of the other female members
- Witty in their own unique way
B Gata is ALL about a Japanese school girl going against the anime stereotype that presents them as pure maidens. Yamada wants 100+ male conquests, and she's DETERMINED to use an inexperienced Mr. Nobody to lose her cherry with. Hilarity ensues when she turns out to be a clueless tsundere when it matters; resulting in much date-kiss-sex fail.
Seitokai is similar in the sense it presents school girls as sex-crazed nymphos, with only one train of thought. However, where as B Gata's humour comes from sexual failings, Seitokai's humour is built around two girls turning EVERYTHING - no matter how innocent - the male lead says into sexual innuendo.
Nothing that rocked my world but still much more enjoyable than pure-pure rom-coms and the like.
sexual references and plenty of them. both have the passive male protagonist surrounded my more...hm, 'aggressive' females as well.
both seems have intention on sexual things
but B Gata H Kei is more mature than Seitokai Yakuindomo
Similar sort of jokes but B Gata has a general story line while Seitokai feels more like a bunch of random clips losely related to a general story of a student council.
Seitokai has better characters which have good chemistry together where the main characters are two perverted females who complement each other's jokes while another male and female balance it out by dismissing the perverted views. This feel's more enjoyable compared to B Gata's characters more simple chemistry of girl chasing guy with supporting characters.
B Gata's jokes focus more on pervertedness to a topic and aim while Seitokai perverted jokes are more general and rely more on misinterpretation's and out of place comments.
Visually both are at a similar average level but I personally prefer Seitokai's characters design a lot more, especially the main characters. Voice acting is where Seitokai excels, especially if you have watched K-ON and can get a real kick out of it from it.
Seitokai Yakuindomo is pretty much the B Gata H Kei of fall 2010 season. The style of jokes is the same and although the premise is quite different, the shows have a similar 'feel' to them.
B Gata And Seitokai Both are anime's with a very basic story, Whilst both revolving around sexual humour and just sex jokes in general. Both VERY funny (if you are into sex humour) and If you like one, you'll definitly like the other :D.
Both were classified as encchi, but not encchi enough.
Both female characters have sex in their minds.
Both have male characters who have reservations being with the female character/s (in Tsuda's case).
Both male characters encountered the female character/s by accident.
The other anime involves a trio of perverted minded ladies (except for Suzu), while this one, has the female character who fantasies about having a lot of Fuck Buddies.
In the other anime the male character is too reluctant to go along with his sempai's perverted thoughts, while, this one has both the male and the female characters whom are having horny thoughts with each other, the bad part though, is that both parties were reluctant to express it.
There are no banging , near bang or kissing scene that occur in the other anime, but this one has a couple of near bang and kissing into it.
Perverted female characters in both of the series.
*It's not strange for anime when girls perverted. But in this anime they are VERY vulgar and agressive. So, there are elements of female domination.
*The main character is a school idol who seem to have no flaws.
*Despite this, all her thoughts are about sex.
*Nevertheless, she has no sexual expierence. However, Amakusa doesn't feel frustrated because of her virginity (Yamada does).
*Male characters are timid and are far less perverted. They feel shy about the things that this perverted girls are talking about ^_^
*You can consider this as a hentai by listening to dialogues. However, this anime haven't even much ecchi visual scenes.
*There is an ojou-sama heroine with a vast house. Maids are included.
*Both anime have a romantic line that isn't exposed enough. This line is more comic, than romantic, actually.
similar sence of humour and both have dirty minded girls (excepted in B gata H kei there is only one perverted character but in Seitokei Yakuindomo almost the whole cast is dirty minded)
Both shows contain a lot of ecchi perverted moments, This may seem bad cause your gonna think "aww screw this, these shows have horrible plot and stuff"... but they use that as a form of comedy. It's filled with sex jokes and all that good stuff. I did enjoy both of them, since I do like the ecchi, romance comedies. (Seitokai is a less spiced romance comedy compared to BGHK. But doooo~ check them out ^^.
Most of the main characters are totally perverted with a sense of curiosity.
Both male MCs are average non-perverted guys while the female leads are aggressive towards the male Charcthers for perverted reasons.B Gata h kei has more romance while Seitokai Yakuindomo has a lot more comedy.
Both are gag comedies featuring perverted females, males playing the straight man and lot of sexuall inuendo and other perverted humor. Both take place mainly at school.
Both Female characters has a perverted mind
They come up with great dirty jokes
The main female character are beautiful, talkative, and dirty minded
Great story that makes you want to watch more
The girls in these anime are perverts
The jokes are full of dirty jokes, but they are funny so yeah? xD
Male MC is the "Tsukkomi" person in the show
If you like one of this, you should watch the other one
Because it's so similiar one another
Naughty by nature! The sexual innuendo combo! Comedy wise, they're pretty much identical, and can be extremely hilarious in a determinedly stupid way and has an infectious lunacy about them. Some subtle social commentary here but the comedy is the star thanks to clever word play and punchlines that bank on humorous misunderstandings, which in turn, actually make the gags funny. Main characters for both series share near same qualities. If you are looking for a great raunchy comedy that will leave you in hysterics than look no further.
Innocent male student joins student council at his high-school only to find out one of the members is a huge pervert constantly spouting dirty jokes.
Both are essentially one big sex joke.
Same type of humor, the main female characters are almost identical personality-wise, the main characters are part of the student council, and there is a lot of coarse language.
- Lewd jokes at its best by female characters.
- Revolves around student council.
- One normal male student stuck by the eccentric female characters.
Both are shows with a male MC who is selected to be in the student council
Perverted jokes happen along the way
Except Shimoneta is actually entertaining
Both Anime are very light hearted and the vast majority of the jokes featured of are some kind of sexual innuendo or just plain sexual in nature.
Shimoneta is a bit dirtier in the physical application of it's dirty jokes but nothing can compare to how outrageous some of the dirty jokes from Seitokai Yakuindomo actually are.
If you're in the mood to laugh then both are ideal, with Seitokai Yakuindomo being my favourite of the two.
Seitokai Yakuindomo has much more wordplays and isn't so artless and direct comparing to Shimoneta (I mean for example dirty underwear fetish or great hentai philosophy). Anyway both are similar after all.
- Similar comedic style (both full of dirty jokes!)
- Both associated with the student council
The main guy joins the student council and there are plenty of dirty jokes.
The concept behind both series involves a club at school where its members does fun activities on a daily basis. The main male protagonist gets himself dragged into the clubs' many activities.
Both series' club/council members have contrasting personalities that often creates different moods depending on the given premise of the episode.
There is a lot of humor in both series that takes place in the setting of a school life environment. Despite the majority of the cast members to be girls, there is little to no hints of romance. Rather, there is absurd dialogues and comedy.
Same situation where guy found himself drafted into the girls club.
If you like male protagonists that get teased by a bunch of girls. No romance apart from slight hints here and there. The gags are alot different though; SYD is very perverted whilst GJ jokes are tame and cute. Main characters are somewhat identical; Shino/Shion, Suzu/Mao and Aria/Megumi.
Both are comedies about guy dragged into school fellowship (club/student council) full of weird girls. Both have occasional perverted humor but Seitokai Yakuindomo is more hardcore.
Both anime is about a student being forced to join a club.
Both of the MC is male.
Both anime has no goal or plot and this is what makes this both anime interesting.
Same inappropriate humor. Both male characters were forced into the club. One male with many females around him.
Both are from the viewpoint of a male surrounded by females in a club that he has been dragged into.
Some pretty hilarious sex references in both.
Both are set in high school and are based around a group of friends in a club. Seitokai has a bit more sexual humor but I wouldn't call it ecchi, the comedy comes from the dialogue and in its second season it has a very close connection to Haganai in the sense of the love story portrayed in both shows. It has lots of entertaining characters and keep you interested in the entire time, both series have something for you to laugh/moe at during every scene watch it and you'll have the best time of your life.
Both are gag comedies with mainly female cast around one male. Both have perverted inapropiate humor and both have school setting.
They the opposite in maid-sama they 80% boys and the Seitokai Yakuindomo there almost girl and no boy . and both focus on student council .
the art style is the same and the whole new co-ed school thing. kaichou is better in SO many ways. In many ways yakuindomo rips off maid-sama.
Both series have very similar plot : About co ed school. In Seitokai Yakuindomo, an all girl school turn into an co ed school and Kaichou wa Maid-sama! is opposite.
However, Kaichou wa Maid-sama! is more focus on romance (Shoujo) than Seitokai Yakuindomo
Both Are female presidents in a School that has recently became co-ed and both are trying to integrate the newly intergrated sex and make them feel even,maid sama has a romantic story while the other is just a plotless comedy.
The protagonists happens to enter a school which recently turned into a co-ed school. Despite their gender being the minority in the school, both of them join the student council. Both animes have great humour and have supporting characters with weird personalities.
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