English: Magical Witch Punie-Chan
Synonyms: Daimahou Touge
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 20, 2006 to Mar 21, 2007
24 min. per episode
R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
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Score: 7.161 (scored by 6462 users)
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action comedy magic
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These series are incredibly similar in their quirky humor, particularly in the way they inject the whole cutesy magical girl stereotype with plenty of gore and brutality. If you like one, you'll surely like the other.
It is brutally funny as Dokruo-chan but lighter (meaning less blood -__-) but you will still see people with broken limbs and many painful (but hillarious !) situations
they both short funny and extreme in a simillar way (although DMT is a bit less).
anyway if you liked dokuro chan and like more of that crazy humor (a girl who look innocent that kick ass) you should watch the other (and the other way round of course).
This show is definitely something a fan of Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan would love!
If you liked the dark, violent and distorted humor of one, you'll most likely enjoy the other.
same type of humor. they both have cutesy killer girls
Same type of humor (brutal, physical humor), has beautiful/loli-like women... who can destroy you. Both are good at destroying other people and both parodies the magical girl genre with a ton of violence.
Both animes are fairly similar, both being parodies of the magical girl genre. In both the main characters are fairly similar in personality... Though I would say Magical Witch Punie-Chan has fairly cleaner humor. X3
Since both animes have gratuitous senseless violence and twisted humor a person who enjoyed one would more than likely enjoy the other.
Besides the obvious similarity -- blonde haired, green-eyed bishes that know how to kick butt when the situation calls for it -- in both these series, cute equals deadly. Random, unearthly occurrences abound and the iconic innocent-to-serious face changes from Excel Saga, if you like pain stirred in with your cute, you can’t go wrong with Dai Mahou Touge.
More senseless violence, chaos and utter mayhem.
Both series share an offbeat, sometimes hectic, black sense of humor. However Excel Saga focuses more on impulse, while Dai Mahou Touge uses sadism to deliver a punchline.
Black sense of humor, evil blond female leads, destruction, chaos.
Both feature characters that normally shouldn't be mean and feisty, so they both have such parody approach. Dai Mahou Touge, evil mahou shoujo and Murder Princess, agressive mercenary girl in princess dress (and tiara).
These are both short series about a girl(s) that come to the main males world and causes's him comedic despair
they both are ridiculous,overthetop magic girl anime
Guardian hearts is more ecchi though
Both animes are parodies of anime stereotypes. While Maria+Holic is a play on the sweet boarding school yuri animes, Dai Mahou Touge is a parody on magical girl animes. Both feature a main character who, upon first glance, is a sweet, blonde girl. However, both Punie and Maria are sadistic on the inside. Both shows are comedies and really easy to watch. Dai Mahou Touge is really short (only 8 episodes) and I'd definitely recommend it if you want a good parody of the animes you're used to watching.
Both contain two strong female protagonists with a strong bond, are highly skilled for combat fighting (high action), end up fighting against one another, and they're both pretty gory animes. Kagura also closely resembles one of the main female characters in Noir Certain tracks/songs are also similar with the siren-like voices.