Both animes deal with the supernatural, have a lot of sporadic moments, tons of humor, and some interesting characters. The only difference is Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san is crude humor. So if you don't mind the vulgar I'm sure you'll find it just as enjoyable as Cuticle Tentei Inaba. :)
Supernatural characters, crazy humor, (more or less) detective agency... it's all really similar...
azazel-san's humor is a lot more R rated though... other than that, if you like one you will like the other~
Comedy show with detective themed, similar gags. Both show contain a badass character (Ogino in Cuticle Tantei Inaba and Akutabe in Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san). Besides the setting and the character, the style that being used in both is almost the same (chibi character and hilarious responds). So, if you really enjoy Yondemasu yo Azazel-san then I'm pretty sure that you'll enjoy Cuticle Tantei Inaba as well.
Don't think, just watch. ^^
Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san and Cuticle Tantei Inaba are both comedy anime which both share random moments in the anime.
the only difference in terms in humor is that Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san contains more grotesque humor.
Both shows are random. Plot occasionally appears but they are funny and entertaining, also both mc are very similar somehow. Highly recommended if you're looking for a comedy to pass the time. + awesome cast
these animes include classic humour both physical comedy and jokes that never get old.
with constantly changing and over the top expressions for all the characters within the anime you can't help but laugh at the strange and out of this world situations you won't find in any other anime.
The two hold very similar comedy styles in which everything tends to seem totally crazy at almost any given time - yet with their occasional breathes of fresh air that include serious, character developing moments that are not entirely mocking. Hiroshi bares some particular resemblance to Kokkuri-san as they are both of a 'canine' species.
An uncomfortable mix of serious plot, weird magic protagonists, questionable gags, forced humour, oft-repeated catchphrases, and 00's art in a private detective setting.
Some crimes happen too I guess.
They don't take themselves seriously.
There is a setting here for both of them. Police VS mafia and saving the world kind of settings. But they don't care about that. Everything is about making jokes, making them both Boke-Tsukkomi slapstick kind of anime.
It just that doing slapstick in average modern high-school setting get old fast, so why not do it where the existence of superpower, werewolves, magic and world destruction is real? That gotta make things interesting.
Too bad, that has already started to get old too.
The kind of anime where you start liking the enemies as much as the main cast, sometimes even more.
They have a lot of WTF humor and trollish moments that are quite awesome once you think about it.
Both have a trap.
The humor technique is similar- tsukkomi- where one person does or say something dumb and another person calls him/her out on it. (For One Punch Man it's Saitama and Genos and for Cuticle Tantei Inaba it's (Mostly) Valentino and Kei)
Cuticle Tantei Inaba just focuses more on the plot whilst One Punch Man is more on making the gag.
Similar humour, parody, absolute randomness. Both shows are comedies with occasional serious and heart-warming messages behind all the fluff and glitter. Bursts of uncontrollable loud and hearty laughter guaranteed.
Extremely funny series with random moments and funny side story episodes in the middle of the episodes with odd yet funny characters who creates random moments, also the series are about a trio who helps people along with heavy focus on the side characters. They can make you laugh and be emotional/sad in the same episode.
If you're looking for great comedy that will leave you rolling on the floor laughing, then either Cuticle Detective Inaba or Hetalia Axis Powers just might be for you. Though the plots may be essentially different (one is about countries personified while the other is about a part wolf detective), both series offer funny and eccentric characters, LOL- worthy gags, a bunch of fanservice here and there, and just pure awesomeness in general. Assuredly, either one of the two will leave you smiling after each episode :D
-both are heavily comedic and break the 4th wall like there's no tomorrow. they don't take themselves seriously, and neither should you when you watch these. just sit down, relax, and don't drink while watching.
-both involve one character really wanting to kill another character.
-you won't be able to take the bad guy's seriously.
-good sets of OP and i think even ED's.
-there are some REALLY weird characters in both of them.
both MC's have the same type of reaction face when the WTF is strong.
- Comedy series with background drama.
- Human are use experiments to create "humans with special abilities".
- Implicit mystery.
- Plot of detectives/policemen and criminals with funny persecutions.
- Police and criminal groups are familiar.
- Very varied and colorful range of characters.
Both have quirky detectives, wacky recurring characters, cute trap assistants and bizarre crimes. Main difference is that Ranpo Kitan is serious with its mysteries and crimes, unlike Cuticle Tantei Inaba which is 100% gag and parody.
Don't be fooled by the anime titles - in spite of seemingly being classical supernatural/mystery titles, the contents is anything but that: They're wacky parodic comedies with mystery and supernatural elements.
If you're in it for murder mysteries, you'll be disappointed - but if you love a good comedy joking around with all the stereotypes, and having crazy, bizarre and messed-up characters, then you'll love both these series.
The main character isn't human. They both have supernatural powers. Both are hilarious, although Cuticle Tantei Inaba has more comedy. Maou-sama is a little more serious. There are scenes in both series where you can't stop laughing.