Lucky Star's comedy is mostly being carried by Hirano Aya, and the rest of the gang play off her character. For Azumanga Daioh, everyone on the team works together with the others, so they function like a group, each is funny in her own way and they play off among on another. Lucky Star is basically talking about high school nothing, ala the Seinfeld Style. For Azumanga Daioh, there are very small arcs for the purpose of driving forward humor. Both 4koma-turned-anime shows about school with Azumanga Daioh being a little more slapstick and less Otaku humor driven.
Azumanga Daioh and Lucky Star are comedies that rely on slice of life moments without a definite plot. Both follow a group of Highschool girls and the humour is derived from the interaction between the members of the cast, most of which display a zany behaviour. Azumanga Daioh's appeal might be wider while Lucky Star includes some otaku jokes that might be lost to many but both titles are likely to interest the same kind of public.
Both animes are about a group of normal (or not so normal) girls just trying to make their way through high school. These series have lots of running gags and clever one-liners that you'll come to remember them for. While Lucky Star is more for the otakus since it contains lots of references to other anime and Japanese culture, both contain characters you will fall in love with and will make you look at school and life in general in a humorous type of way.
Well, they have a similar feel to it and they're both slice of life and comedy anime. The difference though is that Lucky Star has references to several anime and to the Japanese culture. But other than that, both shows are pretty similar in following the lives of a group of high school girls.
Both these shows revolve around a group of high school girls, their experience of high school and their personal lives. But in contrast to Lucky Star's brightly colored animations azumanga's animation is more dull to put focus on the fact that it wants you to pay more attention to the jokes and the physical comedy.
Both are completely random comedies set in high school, and neither of them really have all that much of a plot. The main difference is really just that Lucky Star uses a lot of references to other shows in almost every single episode, so Azumanga might be a lot easier to "get" for people who haven't seen that many anime-series before.
Both have a awesome set of girls as the main leads. They follow the "Slice of life" genere with their fancy twists and turns. Major comedy in them as well. If you are a all around fan of anime, these series have lots of puns and whatnot. You can't go wrong with this.
It´s the same type of light humor. The series shows the life of a group of female high school friends and individual moments of them which are very funny. Also their teacher is a women maybe in her late 20's who lives alone, is aloof , single, and crazy.
Lucky Star and Azumanga Daioh are both lovable for the same reason: the beauty of nothing really happening. Both simply follow the lives of a small group of lovable characters in their daily lives, with tons of comedic material thrown in. Nothing super natural, no magic or space fights, nobody jumping into the air 50 feet at exactly the same time and hight as a long time rival only to kick each other's legs several times and fall...
It is also based on high school life. The charaters are almost the same way, but Lucky Star has Konata. She is an anime lover, a gamer, and the best cramer you'll ever meet! Kagami is kinda like Yomi. Always telling Konata to do her homework. And seems to always make her point. Tsukasa is like Osaka! Only Osaka is funnier, and Tsukasa is Stupider. Then brains with the biggest breats, Myuki! Overall i have to say Lucky Star is one of the funniest animes out there. Hope you watch and enjoy!
It is just more slice-of-life really. But still, don't take this as more of the same. Azumanga Daioh has more of your "everyday people", leaving out otakus and a lot of cultural and anime references. It is also the closest you'll get to the "real-life" of japanese high-scholers.
The characters in both series are very memorable. The environment in both series is pretty similar, without a flashy "I gotta save the world" storyline, but focusing on what friendship in high school is like, and little details that we experience everyday. If you are already out of high school, it is a plus!
Well if you don't count the fact that both are about the daily lives of regular (but very eccentric) High School Japanese friends and the wacky adventures they apparently follow out of nothing to start with I don't really find much >.>
Just the day in the life of a school girl, no involvement of the male sex, so there is no room for silly romances but a lot of comedy. It brings about several characteristics that one may find to be similar in both series. The intelligent, the brave, the quiet or cool...etc. Both are hilarious and down right cute sometimes. If you like one, you'll definitely like the other.
ok...lets try this again. if you love lucky star, you will love azumanga daioh. they are both delightfully spontanious, about high school girls, and are a slice of life anime. i personaly love them both, and i even can match the characters to each other.
Both are slice of life genre, No real plot as expected but more of a collage of just random events and awesome moments which a bunch of girls get up to. School style setting, both are really similar but different at the same time in terms of humour. If you enjoy Azumanga Daioh i expect that you'll enjoy Lucky Star.
If you just want to relax and chill out with some light jokes this is the anime for you! Both were originally 4 panel manga, therefore they are very similar in how the story progresses throughout the anime.
Both are stories of girls in school, in which each of the characters has a unique personality and fun.
Funny situations in the classroom, school trips and trips with friends, are what characterize these girls. In addition to teachers a little "different" (not to say bizarre), but very funny.
- Somehow same feeling with both anime (Girls, Comedy, plotless, etc..)
- Friendship between girls (In Azumanga 6 main girls and in Lucky 4 main girls)
- Teachers also something to do with girls (In Lucky teacher play MMO with one of girl, In Azumanga mainly keep helping girls)
- Both medium long (Azumanga 26 episodes, Lucky 24 episodes)
Again, centers on the daily life of school girls with some comedy elements. Lucky Star is somehow more down to earth with less weird and irrational twists. Even so, the warm, relaxed and cozy atmosphere that the watcher gets while watching the two animes are quite similar
They're both funny, Slice of Life type anime that focus on girls in high school doing what you'd expect. Personally I think Lucky Star is a little harder to get it to due to it's starting point, and it doesn't have as much charm as Azumanga, but this isn't too much of a bother seeing as everything done right is done really well. Lucky Star's main character is an Otaku, which adds whole new comedy to the table as well as adding in reference to hard core anime fans. If you like Azumanga Daioh, i'm pretty sure you'll like this, so why not give it a shot =) read more
Both of these anime are of the "slice-of-life" style. They follow a group of girls and their daily life through school. I would recommend both of these to people who like a laid back anime that has good humor.
Both stories are comedic(which could make you laugh very episode) and is a splice of life genre. the protagonist in both series are pretty much the same, has their unique way to deal with their own "life" problems(of some sorts) in a funny way(yep, funny and interesting way).Most the setting surrounds school(yes, school life) and around the city.
Azumanga Daioh and Lucky Star both focus on the every day life of a group of high school girls with quirky personalities. The somewhat random situations and conversations end up to be comical most of the time.
This story tells about slice of life of female school students.. Like Azumanga Daioh, the story was rule by female and there was no male actors.. These two story play the normal funny life of students..
This is very similar because both animes have four main charaters and slowly start to gain more charaters toward the end. They both express chibi scenes to make childish comedy which i could help but laugh at. The only differnce is that K-on is based around learning music and Lucky star tries to referance anything they can while at school.
Lucky Star and K-ON focused more on the drama/slice of life and comedy.
So, if you found Lucky star worth watching, then so is K-ON.
There are also character that act for the "moe", the serious one, etc.
Both of these Animes share a good amount of comedy as well as being slice-of-life shows.
Not only that but all four of the main girls from each series have a similar personality. Like...
-Konata=Ritsu, both of them seem to have a hyperactive attitude and act not as normal as others. -Kagami=Mio, both share a good study habits and are really smart. Plus they can act really strict .
-Tsukasa=Yui, both of them don't really like to study that much and they really like to eat sweets.
-Miyuki=Tsumugi, they both come form wealthy families and they also have a sweet personality.
Both animes follow four average girls on their "journey" through high school. both sets of girls look rather young for high schoolers, but face similar struggles as those that real high schoolers face. Also, while K-ON! has more to do with music, both have great songs! These comedies are both so great and if u like one of them you'll definitely like the other!!! hope this helps!!!
In a daily life of a girl, there are countless joys hidden just waiting to be uncovered. Sometimes, the most dull and boring of places can actually be the most fun once you found a reason to cherish it. In the midst of all this, music serves as the glue in the joyful adventure.
'K-ON!' and 'Lucky Star' established themselves as some of the top contenders of simple, carefree 'FUN' without having the need to cross the boundary. In each of the series, friendships are formed with a group of girls that do not have a clear sincere dream they wished to pursue. The comedy and music value are exceptional, combining it with the well thought-out lines and cuteness of the characters, there is nothing short of a breathtaking experience. Every genre has haters and a show like this should be embraced for what it is without the need of being too fussy. Not only does 'K-ON!' and 'Lucky Star' give out an easy going vibe, they also cast a sense of warmth into the hearts of those who appreciate it. Overall, this is the typical case of what you see is what you get. read more
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if the charcters from lucky star all of a sudden created a rock band? well here you go. you can even see the characteristics of each of the characters being almost he same. The seiyu are different and not as well know but they are all rising starts in the anime business.
K-ON and Lucky Star are very similar in many ways.
Firstly: the characters are similar. Examples: Mugi and Miyuki are similar because both are rich; Konata and Ritsu are similar because both are crazy; Kagami and Mio are somewhat similar because they try to control the crazy ones; Yui and Tsukasa are similar because they both forget things, sometimes important things.
Secondly: In both anime, The story is revolved around 4 girls. In Lucky Star: Konata, Miyuki, Tsukasa, and Kagami. In K-ON: Mio, Mugi, Yui, and Ritsu. There are also teachers involved and other girls.
Thirdly: In both anime, the theme is comedy and school, however K-ON is music and Lucky Star is slice of life.
That concludes my recommendation. read more
The story centers around four high-school girls who go about their daily lives, with various themes at the center. K-ON! is very similar to Lucky Star, but replace the 2ch references and otaku culture with music.
Lucky Star and K-ON! Has Similar characters, not by looks but by attitudes as well. It doesn't have the same storylines. But if you watch Lucky Star or the latter, you will feel the same atmosphere in both animes. They are produced by Kyoto Animation as well, giving you the same amount of humor, Lucky Star brought us.
They have a simple plot and they are really random. They focus on high school girls and their teachers; even the lead characters are similar.
(Kagami - Mio
Konata - Ritsu
Tsukasa - Yui
Miyuki - Tsumugi)
K-ON! and Lucky Star are both easy-going, slice-of-life anime that have practically matching character personalities. K-ON has a hint of a story-line, but ends up with the pointless and random almost every episode, just like Lucky Star. If you loved one, there is no way you'll not love the other.
There are four main female characters (until Azu-nyan came on later in the series of K-On!) and very few male side characters for both anime. Some of them have similar traits too: Yuki-chan (Lucky Star) is prim and proper like Mugi-chan and Yui is somewhat an airhead like Tsukasa. The girls in both anime are energetic, happy, cute and random. Both anime are in the comedy genre.
both are EXTREMELY hilarious!!! just girls hanging out, talkin about stuff and doing things that makes you laugh!! the characters are very similar...
the teachers who hangs around with them have the same personality as well, the 4 main characters treats them as if they're the same age....
Sawako- Nanako (they're also teachers who doesn't have any boyfriend so they have nothing else to do xD)
K-on! is just like Lucky Star in so many ways. Even though the plots are different, the main characters have a lot of the same personalities and traits and it centers around their school life. It is also just as funny as Lucky Star =P.
Lucky Star and K-ON! are just the same. They are comedy series about a group of girls having fun and enjoying their lives. Both are slice of lives, and very enjoyable. Also, the characters are kinda the same. So, if you liked one of these two, just watch the other one, and you'll know what I mean.
They both don't have a strong and solid plot, which means there's a lot of scenes that are fillers but are actually very funny. I thought I'd never find another anime like Lucky Star but then I found K-ON :) They're both wonderful
School girls enjoying life, however I feel that K-On had a little bit more structure as opposed to Lucky☆Star. Nonetheless, I think if you enjoyed one you'll probably enjoy the other.
Characters are incredibly similar:
Yui, Tsukasa, they have cute, and silly tendencies.
Mio, Kagami, they are both the ones that more or less keep things in order, but both have lapses in that attitude from time to time.
Tsumugi, Miyuki, they are rich girls, kinda ditsy and super cute in the same ways.
Ritsu, Konata, they are both hyper-active and often come up with crazy ideas.
Both have strong and funny female characters who you get attached to as the series progresses. When both animes end, you feel as if you've graduated with all of them. Boh animes keep you laughing until the credits, and many of the characters are extremely similar.
Both have cute group of friends who live a daily normal life at school. Genre is slice of life for both and there isn't a concrete story but just their talks of a daily japanese school student who wear cute uniforms and like to discuss about cakes and sweets! Both are really kawaii!
Both have a quirky sense of humor and don't have much of a plot or continuous conflict that builds through out the story. Both share the Slice of Life genre and usually take place in a school environment.
Both Animes present a more or less carefree High-School life, while focusing on the comedic aspects. Drama, Tragedy and Sadness are not present. Furthermore, the protagonists are quite similiar: Both have a textbook airhead, a Tsundere and a rich, well-mannered girl, who sometimes fails to keep in touch with reality.
Same studio and a very similar slice of life feel to both shows. The big difference is that Lucky Star's comedy is very much geared towards otaku and geek culture whilst K-ON! uses more general humour that most people can understand. In that respect it appeals to a less niche audience whilst still complying to the great SOL structure Kyoto appear to have perfected,
- Both follow the slice of life antics of of girls and both have similar animation.
- Both anime focus on the everyday life of a group of Happy-go-Lucky High School girls going through an average high school life.
- Both are centered around the friendship of 4 characters.
- Both focus more on the quirky relationships than any overriding plot.
- They are both entertaining and have their own unique comedic values.
- They go through life everyday doing many things such as going to see a doctor, practicing for an upcoming concert, or just trying to do your homework and pass the test.
- They are both characters who can be either extremely moe or very angry in exceedingly similar ways.
- Their actions will make you fall out your chair laughing and some of the plot just grabs your attention.
- They are both made by Kyoto Animation.
- Both end in a climatic performance in the final episode and both take a completely irrelevant but amusing route to get there.
K-On! has a more continues story line whereas Lucky Star is just a series of short jokes. This means you will see less jokes in K-On!, but the type of humor is the same. Thus I think that if you liked one, you will most likely like the other one too. read more
When it comes to moe shows, they're all so cut-and-paste you only really need to see one to see them all, amirite? Nah, dawg. K-On! is a downright masterpiece, incorporating the four high school girls doing cute stuff formula into an actual coming-of-age story with super subtle character development and lovably relatable themes of friendship and finding something to be passionate for, as one does during teenage years. It has everything Lucky Star had and more, with top-notch animation and the same painted backgrounds KyoAni is known for. If Moe shows really are all the same, let Lucky Star be your gateway, then watch K-On! and be done with the genre. It's the best one. There's no need for more.  read more
You've got to watch Haruhi before you watch Lucky star. There's just too many references in Lucky star you wouldnt get if you hadnt watched Haruhi. Plus theres Seiyuu and same animation company Kyoani.
There's a lot of Haruhi refences in this anime, Konata (the main role) is an otaku, and is also a fan of the Suzumiya Haruhi anime.
Also, she dresses like her in one episode, and share some of the voice actors.
Both anime are funny.
Just like another of my recommendations. These 2 differs.. But the concept might be the same, It's what you can call slice of life. And both are very random. The two anime's is also linked in a way. So if you ever feel like watching [i]Lucky Star[/i], I highly recommend that you watch [i]The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya[/i] first. Since some Haruhi moments will appear in Lucky Star. Same goes for the voice actors/actresses.
Excluding the fact it's made from the same company, Kyoto Animation, in almost every episode there's a Suzumiya Haruhi parody as well as parodies from other anime. Most of the seiyuus from Haruhi are also in Lucky Star as well. Don't judge it by the 1st episode, it gets better!!!
they are both ironic in a way, and the dance for the opening (or ending?), is kind of similar, how they're both dancing with pom poms and cheerleading outfits (come to think of it, their outfits are similar also, just a different color) and how theres like 5 or so people dancing.
These are both a 'slice of life' anime. The main characters are a bit on the odd side, but still lovable. Both animes have a strange sense of humor. These are so similar that fans have made up the names "Konaharu" and "Izumasuzimiya". In Lucky Star, many references of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya are made.
hmmm well lets see lucky star takes some scenes from the melancholy of haruhi suzumiya and its so funny its a must see if you like it and also stupidity makes it more enjoyable and puts a smile on your face ^^
Both Lucky Star and The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya have slice of life school comedy elements to them. Lucky Star has tons of references to The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, which will be really funny if you've seen the show.
There are lots of references to TMOHS, as well as other shows. Both are centered around a group of friends in high school with random, loose, hilarious storylines. Plus, both are basically from the same creators.
Lucky Star also has comedic performances on the scale of Haruhi, although quite a different kind. Lucky Star is more laid back and less serious but has a similar style which will please fans of either series
Well, Both anime have random plot which is full of humor. If you like TMHS you'll definitely like Lucky Star. One of the main characters in Lucky Star, Konata is an otaku hs student. You can see haruhi suzumiya whenever there is reference to anime in this series. The only difference is the way the characters are designed. But overall when you think of Lucky Star, TMHS comes to mind and vice-versa ^^
In LS, the super-otaku worships a god. And that god is Haruhi Suzumiya in SHNY. There are also plenty of Haruhi references in LS episodes. Aya Hirano voiced Haruhi and Konata, while Minori Chihara voiced Yuki and Minami. Both feature fun dance routines. If you worship LS or SHNY, you should watch the other as well.
It uses a lot of the same cast--most obviously, Aya Hirano (Haruhi) is Konata, but everyone else from the brigade makes at least a cameo, sometimes more (For the dub, I know Wendee Lee is in both, but I haven't checked out the other actors). Lucky Star makes jokes about other anime, and a lot specifically about Haruhi Suzumiya. It's the same company, and has similar humor. Art is somewhat different, but still has some similarities.
Lucky Star often refers to anime Haruhi, there are some episodes with characters from Haruhi anime, and what is interesting, Aya Hirano lead her voice to main character in both series.
Both anime offers something more than just crazy humor - Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu has some philosophical, psychological elements, while Lucky Star gives us interesting view on japanese pop-culture and japanese way of life.
Maybe this too series are not extremely similar, but generally both are great choice for everyone, who wants something more from anime, somthing "smart"
Lucky Star is an anime also created by the company who made the Haruhi Series. Any fans who enjoyed Haruhi would greatly appreciate the various references and themes it links to the series as well as it own twist on the slice of life genre. Featuring its own set of interesting a well developed characters, with the same amazing art style Kyoto Animation is known for.
Both in a high school setting, both including females with peculiar tastes, in both friends and recreational activities. Both with a popular musical number that includes a dance, and both are light-hearted enough that you can watch them without ripping your heart out.
Lucky Star and Haruhi are both good high school comedies. In fact they are made by the same studio KyoAni. They both have an eccentric female MC who is an otaku. Not to mention Haruhi and Konata have the same voice actors both Japanese and English (the same can be to many other characters in each series). Even though you don't like super cute moe girls, give Lucky Star a shot. It has a buttload of Haruhi references.
Strangely enough, neither series is my cup-of-tea, yet having seen both I find myself seeing how fans of one would like the other. The animation style is soft, but also a style possibly not used often anymore. Comedic, with a humor which appeals to a certain type of fan, yet also characters which are soft personality wise. No, I don't mean flat, but personable in a manner which there seems no malice between the two. If anything, both series make for a light-heated watch for anyone in the mood.
They both have the same type of feel to the animes. however lucky star is more about just the life of 4 girls when acchi kocchi is about a group of friends and one of the girls, Tsumiki is in love with another guy in there group, Io. So acchi kocchi has more romance in it. They are both must watch animes!
I like to think of Acchi Kocchi as a more "themed" version of Lucky Star. They're both filled with the same super-moe, hyped up archetypes, and random skit (school life and other random activities) premise, but Acchi Kocchi has a much more vibrant style of animation with most of the randomness revolving around a sub-plot of romance. That being said, a lot of people will not enjoy either of these anime... You either love the Lucky Star/K-On slice of life genre or you don't. Personally, I found the "humour" in Acchi Kocchi to be more approachable than Lucky Star's, but I wouldn't consider either of these to be a full blown comedy series. read more
It's the same kind of humor. The group of friends go to the school, they talk, play and do normal things, but they aren't normal students (o people). The animation it's similar too.
Same genre but Acchi Kocchi contains love and machos.
Lucky star center the plot to the otaku world, friendship and moe
Very similar characters (a few examples on this could be Hime from Acchi Kocchi and Tsukasa from Lucky Star or Konata from Lucky Star and Tsumiki from Acchi Kocchi), similar comedy. Lucky Star is pretty much Acchi Kocchi without the romance. The only difference is probably that Acchi Kocchi actually has a main male character, well, two, in it, while Lucky Star is just about all girls. Similar artwork.
*both animes are cute, with moe characters
*both are funny comedies with a little bit slice of life
*both are about everyday life in high school
*in both characters doing similar things: eating, playing together, going to the festivals, etc.
*similar opening songs: singed by main seyuus
*similar characteristics of characters - they're cute, funny, intelligent,irritating or shy
*similar art: just cute
Acchi Kocchi is just Lucky Star with romance. The only real difference is that Acchi Kocchi has more male character while Lucky Star has more female characters.
-Both are Slice of Life
-Both are amusing comedies
-Both have the High School theme
-Tsukimi (Acchi Kocchi) reminds me of Konata (Lucky Star)
Besides the similar art styles, animation, and lovable characters, the highlighting theme that "Lucky Star" and "Acchi Kocchi" share is that of being a daily life anime. Both anime follow a group of friends as they live out their exciting high school lives and go on many small but hilarious adventures. If you have some free time and just want something to make you laugh, I would recommend watching either of these anime.
Slice of life, comedy. Minami-ke is probably better when it comes to comedy since the jokes are too obvious (the comedy in Lucky Star is related to anime and you need to have watched quite a lot to get all those). Oh yea, Lucky Star is much more slice of life than comedy (and vice versa with Minami-ke). In short, i enjoyed Minami-ke a bit more but they are both highly recommended if you are a fan of the genre .
Like watching some eventful daily life of average anime girls? These two titles are for you. One is very laid back with extreme reference to today's real life Japanese society and the other is done in chapters-styled episode involving random activities.
They're both comedies and slice of life shows and they're both very random and funny. Lucky Star is a lot more 'laid back' though, while Minami-ke isn't as 'laid back'. Also, Lucky Star has several references to the Japanese culture and to several anime.
Both these animes are just random & hilarious.
There isn't any plot for both of them but the story centres around daily conversations & interactions between the characters of the show.
Lucky Star already ended & IMO the most worthy anime to fill the place left by Lucky Star would be Minami-ke.
Both anime concentrates on a few girls' life. It's like watching the life of some random girls, only that it's not in real life. Both are funny and hilarious, and there's no plot for both of the anime.
The two anime are quite alike in spirit and humor. However, Lucky Star is more childish while Minami-ke is more mature even though it shares the same weird sense of humor that'll make you smirk to the very last moment of the series.
Both of these series are hilarious. One follows the daily life of three young sisters, the other follows the daily life of four high school girls and their friends. And there's no plot besides that XD Both are very random and fun to watch. Lucky Star does a lot of parodying of other anime and has a more slice if life aspect, but both series are still incredibly similar. I'm pretty sure if you enjoyed one, you'd enjoy the other XD
Both of these anime are just to watch for something relaxing and for a good laugh,they feature multiple characters and have a soft artstyle and have a story mostly centred around a group of friends messing around. There's nothing extreme or serious going on and neither of these series take themselves seriously so both are good to watch when you just want to have a laugh.
The daily lives of the girls activities, either it is moe, cute, or random funny moments. The story is slice of life comedy focusing on the girls activity, usually an all female cast doing something fun. Not much of a story, but you will find them a likable cast until the end of the show.
Lucky star, follows the daily lives of four high school students doing what they do best and basically a lot of popular culture. Minami-Ke follows the daily lives of three sisters who goes to different grade schools and often have a large cast.
Two major qualities are fitted into both shows. First, they are the exemplary Japanese "high-tension" comedy, meaning characters in it got ADHD and turn the comedy into something fast-paced, fast-forward Mr.Bean video if you fail to understand. Second, both feature mild sex sale, the real identity of what they call moe.
The comedy part, both are considered fast-paced-high-tension comedy because you know why. They play jokes fast, get it fast, and move on to the next joke fast. Difficult to follow but considered funny if you have some mental rewind ability, or get yourself a remote and a easy-to-read fansub. If you feel a serious need to understand unserious joke, study Japanese.
Oh and the moe part, both are considered mild sex sale because Lucky Stars give character traits that are likable in its era, specifically this era. Boke(airhead), megane(glasses), tsundere(googleit), and otaku-girl stereotype are becoming more prominent as moe anime lead. Nichijou has got some different stereotype but should be considered equally likable. I interchangeably use the word moe and sex-sale in case you have not yet notice. read more
Both made by the same people. Both are moe high school girl slice-of-life comedies, where the main characters deal with everyday things: school, boys, food, family, friends... whatever. They are extremely similar in almost every way, except a few:
1. The main character archetypes are radically different.
2. The humor in Nichijou is more random, silly, and dumb. The humor in Lucky Star is more intelligent, and is almost entirely embedded in conversations.
3. The main characters in Lucky Star receive 99.9% of the focus, whereas the side characters in Nichijou get a good chunk of attention by themselves.
I don't know, I know I was supposed to recommend Azumanga Daioh first to Nichijou watchers because how similar their plot styles and characters. But actually I wrote this recommendation at the time I feel abstractly the similar feeling of Nichijou and Lucky Star. Maybe because the same level of tempo and craziness ( I know Lucky Star looks far more realistic from the outside ).
First, both share the same 3 genres, comedy, slice of life and school life. They both revolve around a group of girls that go through their regular everyday lives with moments that may just put a smile on your face or give you a chuckle. Both have simple light-hearted humor and random scenes.
Both cartoons are part of the 'slice of life' genre, with the same kind of humour and kind of parody for the most part. However, Lucky Star seems to be a more relaxed show, while Nichijou is little more crazy. Main characters have that distinctive and characteristic cuteness from this kind of shows. Whatever the case, these are two classic 'slice of life' animes and if you liked Lucky Star, then you can't miss Nichijou. Most importantly, THEY BOTH SUCK ASS lol seriously wtf
-both anime are about random stuff in their everyday life
-both anime have got many comedy parts
-the characters of these two anime look childish
-they have got the genre comedy,school and slice of life
-the humor are similar
if you like lucky star you'll Sour like Nichijou ^^
~Both have colorful art.
~Both have a very comedy theme.
~Both have great main characters that still in a school.
~Both have many episodes.. (24+ova for lucky star) And (26 for Nichijou)
~Both are about school life with no superpowers or any Romance (i like this part)
Actuary i like Nichijou more that lucky star. so please gave it a chance ^^
Both are School, Satire, Comedy making fun of Japanese culture. Lucky Star makes fun of the gaming and anime culture whilst Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei ridicules other psychological and social issues. ^_^
Great humour which, unfortunately, is brought only to the chosen ones, who have watched either Lucky Star, or Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei. Both shows take place mainly in the school grounds and have many similarities in the use of jokes. Also, the characters in both anime are strange and are not the typical ones you can expect from the average school related series. While Konata in Lucky Star is presented as a hardcore otaku with questionable morals, Itoshiki Nozomu from Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei has somehow weird understanding of very much ordinary things. Well, one's for sure - you won't get bored while watching either os these series! read more
Anime/manga references hidden (or popping out in your face) in each episode, but SZS has a more darker art style. Most of their characters are females, and they're both funny. Both series also center their plot around high school students, including teachers and other side characters. Oh, and Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei sometimes add a little dark comedy in the mix.
Both anime share the same style but sayonara zetsubou sensei uses a darker style of humor, both are extremely random and dosent follow a specific storyline, and both uses various parody about japanese culture.
COMEDY. Lots and lots of Japanese pop culture references in both. And there's also that one bit in Lucky Star that parodies Pani Poni Dash, and I'm sure that if Pani Poni was created after Lucky star it'd be the other way around.
In some ways, Lucky Star is a more subdued Pani Poni Dash. It is not nearly as off the wall and does not make even half as many references, but like PPD, Lucky Star is big on parody and features a cast of moe stereotypes.
Paniponi Dash is like Lucky Star but on crack. Both shows have references up the wazoo and it's a great time trying to spot every minor detail.
Lucky Star is generally a bit more laid back in tone while Paniponi Dash is wild and hyperactive. I still think that if you like one, then you'll like the other as well.
Being a parody show, seitokai no ichizon is made with the full awareness of lucky star. The first episodes steals a few screens from lucky star as the show is fully expecting the viewers to cross over. To not have seen LS is to miss the very language of the show and its references.
Seitokai no Ichizon are much inspired on lucky star. Both have a group of 4 main girls (In Seitokai no Ichizon plus a male in group), much anime parodies, mainly for suzumiya haruhi. School life and slice of life themes also.
Also, Seitokai no Ichizon parody lucky star.
Both with lots of anime references, with many from Suzumiya Haruhi. The characters for both shows fall into the moe genre. Both are very light-hearted and funny shows with little to no plot advancements.
Ichizon also had a direct reference to LS.
Cute girls that do absolutely nothing within the span of the anime's showing. Each girl in both series feature some sort of archetype, and they all reference various anime from various places. (They reference Haruhi a lot for some reason). A fun way to kill time if you want something not so serious.
Its about 4 girls just hanging around talking about whats on their mind in both animes.
There is the glasses-girl, the Otaku, the clumsy oversleep-all-the-time girl, the classic moe girls.
Both hame similar drawing style being "fun" and lighthearted.
Both of them misses any kind of real story, its just a lot of sketches of the girls doing sleepovers, missing homework and talking about stuff.
Both shows have cute girls making funny observations about every day life...
...But in YuruYuri, they clearly have crushes on each other! Lucky Star had some subtle shoujo-ai subtext, but they go for broke in YuruYuri.
Still, if you like cute character designs and slice-of-life humor, check both out!
Cute girls enjoying their school life. Cast of characters is very similar - otaku, tsukkomi, the one that always fantasing about others, the silent one etc. Lucky Star is more geeky and random but both are very funny
Similar cast of characters. They're both slice-of-life / comedy with all female leads. Konata is a lot like Toshino; a bit of a pervert, a huge otaku, and completely enigmatic. Yuru Yuri is Lucky Star if all the characters in Lucky Star were lesbians and in middle school.
Yuru Yuri is also an anime about a group of school girls doing random and sometimes mundane things, and both are also comedies.
Although some people may be put off by the yuri, it's still a pretty funny show that I would recommend.
These are both similar in the way that both anime revolve around a group of female friends who go through various misadventures and daily life together. Both series are very random, slice of life/comedy featuring cute girls with no specific plot line.
If you liked Yuri Yuri, you'll probably like Lucky Star and vice versa. Both are essentially "pure" slice of life shows, in that their contents consist entirely of slice of life hi-jinx with no deviation whatsoever. So if you like what you saw from the first one, give the other a shot.
In my eyes, Lucky Star is KyoAni's version of SHAFT's Hidamari Sketch. The main characters in both animes have similar personalities (the tomboyish Miyako is like Konata; Sae/Kagami; Hiro/Miyuki; Yuno/Tsukasa; and their sensei both act childish). Episodes consist of random but amusing talk about everyday life things and Japanese culture and an occasional reference to another anime (though unlike Hidamari, parody is one of the central themes in LS). Lucky Star was made specifically for the otaku and its pace is much more frantic than the laid back Hidamari. Nonetheless, when watching, you can’t help but notice that these two animes feel very much the same. Therefore, if you enjoyed one, you should like the other. read more
Hidamari Sketch and Lucky ☆ Star both have this charm to them. They are extremely similar animes about teenage girls going to school. Animation is unique in both. If you liked Lucky ☆ Star you will most likely get into Hidamari Sketch, and the other way around too. =)
Similar to Lucky Star, Hidamari Sketch is a slice-of-life comedy with four high school girls as main characters. While Hidamari Sketch has very few references to other animes, its calm, relaxing atmosphere and background music are perfect for winding oneself down at the end of the day.
Both are laid back, easygoing slice-of-life comedy animes about four girls in high school. Each character in Hidamari Sketch also has a matching character in Lucky Star, if you think about the way they behave.
They have the same kind of atmosphere, for the most part. It's funny, relaxing and I think you'd have to me in the minority if you liked Lucky Star and not Hidamari Sketch. I should mention that you follow the art students just as you followed Konata and her friends in school. They both contain moe.
If you like one slice-of-life series about four school girls, surely you'll like this other series fitting the same description! Both have a very easy-going tone and a silly, quirky sense of humour, and if you like the music in one series, then you're in luck! Both have music done by the wonderful Kousaki Satoru.
Both of these anime are super simialr in the fact that both are adorable girls doing cute things in a high school setting, just relaxing. Both are Slice of Life anime, and are definitely some of my favorites. I think even Konata Izumi (Lucky Star) would agree that A Channel is pretty cool too. <3
Both anime are quite similar to each other, in that they both deal with the everyday lives of a group of girls. Niether series has any large plot to follow, with each episode having a stand alone theme.
They're also both very funny in the way that they show the situations that the girls get into-such as going to the beach,what they do over school holidays, or thier school life.
Finally, each series has some random comedic moments thrown in which makes them both very likable.
Random, cute, group of girls.
Both Animes unite all these things.
The sense of humor is quite not everyones taste, but ifya like the style and you dont mind not havin a real plot these Animes are for you.
+Both are slice of life comedies.
+School children who are seemingly normal... but not really.
+I swear they're the same thing but gender-flipped.
+Jokes about high-school problems. (Guys have a more perverted sense of humor though)
Yeah anyways. They're really similar. So if you like one, you'll probably like the other.
These animes are very similar, only Lucky Star is more revolved around highschool girls, and Daily lives of Highschool Boys is more on boys, as the title suggests. If you like slice of life comedies, then check these out. They have a good pace, and are hilarious to watch.
If you are looking for a similar show about otaku culture, this is it. Whether it's to laugh at the main character's obsession with the hobby or secretly envy the devotion, just having enough "knowledge" to watch her (Kirino/Konata's) actions and understand them makes it a fun experience. However, their paths along this nerdy road are quite different so it's also nice to look at it from the perspective of someone who has the support of most of his friends and family and one who doesn't really have to courage to come out. Lots of references, tackling of shady subjects of pop culture and great supporting characters. read more
Dialogue heavy anime with a focus on a group of friends discussing various every-day topics with occasional references and jokes. Incredibly laid back as they're down to earth and occasionally relate able. Biggest difference is Lucky Star's theme of otaku culture while Joshiraku tends to focus on more general Japanese topics.
Joshiraku and Lucky Star are comic series with opposite themes, but with similar plots. A group of girls discuss Japanese culture, trivial things in life and even anime issues. Both usually perform satires of the aforementioned, showing the various conclusions of these, taken from a different point of view, with a humor that can be childish and sometimes very intelligent. Even one can not fully understand.
Both are slice of life, have comedy and there is an otaku girl. Lucky Star focuses on 4 friends and Watamote just in one girl, but the style is alike, the life of the main characters with no a story, just random facts of their life. I found watamote like more depressing comedy and lucky star lighter but I am completely sure you'll like both.
Another minor fact Tomoko looks alike Konata and both are otaku, of course they have different personalities.
Both main characters are very alike, as in they're both otaku and have similiar interests. However while Watamote looks at the downsides of being an otaku (and perhaps the reality of it for some), Lucky Star has a more optimistic view on what it means to be an otaku. I'd recommend watching both to really compare the unhealthy otaku Tomoko vs healthy otaku Konata.
Both of these anime are about an anime loving school girl.
Lucky Star has Konata Izumi a lazy school girl that blows off homework/ schoolwork, and uses her time to watch anime, play games, or read manga.
Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga has Tomoko Kuroki who is well versed in the ways of otome games.
One of the more major differences of these 2 anime is that Konata has friends, while Tomoko is trying to get friends and improve her highschool life.
-Both have an otaku MC which look similar to each other
-Comedy & slice-of-life genres
-Other anime/Japanese references & homages thrown throughout
-WataMote is about a girl who has a hard time making friends & being popular. In Lucky Star, the protagonist stays with her friends for most of the time.
-WataMote just focuses on 1 MC, where Lucky Star focuses on 4
-One anime has more darker humor than the other
These two anime both star an all-female cast in random, slapstick comedic segments, conversations, and parodies most of the time. There isn't much of a story since both of these shows are a slice-of-life format, but they have a variety of school comedy segments.
Lucky Star follows four high school girls in their daily normal lives. Kill Me Baby follows two characters; one is cheerful and clumsy, while the other is a trained assassin.
Lucky Star have a more refined sense of humour while Baby Please Kill Me! is more inclined to make you laugh. The point is: both animes use day-to-day situations (most of them at school) to deliver you fun and they are good at it!
Both shows are similar in a MOE + slice of life sort of way. In comparison K-On is slightly more mature while Lucky Star is more cartoon-ish and relies on the cute factor a whole lot more. Both shows share the same target audience.
the comedy is about the same, the two shows are both about cute high school girls basically doing nothing lol both series have the same air to them. i think k-on is superior tho because of the music factor but thats just my opinion.
Everyone who likes a genuinely fun slice of life should see both of these. Cute characters that aren't too stereotypical, their tiny quirks and interesting, everyday conversations can be found in abundance. Perfect for relaxing after a hard day at work/school.
The Anime's genre is different, however I find many of main characters quite similiar in both of animes. (Kagami would be clannad's Kyou, Tsukasa=Ryou, Konata=Fuko). I can quite assure that if viewers enjoyed Lucky Star's Characters, they surely would enjoy/appreciate Clannad and It's Characters.
Lucky Star and Clannad are very alike cause they're mostly about humor :) But Clannad WILL MAKE YOU CRY (Warning just for you people :) ). And if you didn't cry, that means you either have no heart, or you didn't watch it all the way through. ._.
Ok, so back to where we were, Clannad also has characters that are similiar to Lucky Star characters, not exactly like them, but similiar at least ^_^ This anime also features romance, which is something that Lucky Star didn't feature (Note: This is the stuff that will make you cry :) ). Well, Clannad is mostly a comedy anime, and the romance parts aren't like, all the sappy and corny ones also. So it's a really good anime for those people that want some laughs.
Oh, and also for those romance lovers, finish the first season and move onto the second season, a bit more romance for you. :) (And yeah, I know this is "recommending" a sequel, but I didn't make a whole new recommendation for it, so yeah :) )
Oh, and this is my first recommendation and I bet tons of people of already have done this recommendation, so don't be mean please :) read more
They're quite different from one another. Lucky Star will make you laugh while Clannad will make you laugh and cry :) Oh and Lucky Star characters have similar looking characters in Clannad. Kagami - Kyou, Tsukasa - Ryou and Konata - Fuko
Humorous slice-of-life, similar-looking characters with similar backstories, and perking your happiness up with a salting of sadness.
Don't expect them to be the same, though. Clannad's got the strong points in terms of anime, but Lucky Star is really about otaku(s).
The main heroines of both series are appalling otakus (the target audience) cleverly disguised as little girls, and the humour is based mostly on anime & video games references. If you liked Lucky Star you'll going to love Himouto, as it's story does not revolve around mundane events like eating chocolate coronets and sometimes even manages to be funny in a way thai is not related to references and overused tropes.
Both have a main female MC whose a complete and adorable otaku.
Plenty of awesome references from anime to games for the audience to enjoy.
Both of the female MC's are very lovable.
Umaru hides her otaku habits while Konata openly talks about them to her friends.
Both have huge anime references everywhere. Both females leads, Haruka and Konada are both otaku and have a vast knowledge involving this subculture. And as an bonus both shows have the characters take a trip to the Big Sight for Comiket!
Slice of life that focuses on a small group of characters (mainly female) at their school. Humorous and dialogue-driven, both of these series contain many random moments. Yuyushiki has a bit more fluidity to its pacing and conversations. Lucky Star makes a lot more references to other series and features an otaku girl as the main character.
Both series constantly spout random facts and lighthearted comedy out of thin air.
There are several form of two man comedy 'manzai stunt' that involves one straight man (Kagami in Lucky Star / Yui in Yuyushiki) and two idiots (Tsukasa and Konata in Lucky Star / Yukari and Yuzuko in Yuyushiki).
Both series also in a funny way have every extra characters besides the main casts displayed as an ordinary character, bland, lacking of colors, or even to extreme degree in Lucky Star everybody else is voiced by the same person.
Lucky Star and Yuyushiki are both slice-of-life genres of your not-so-everyday high school girls. These groups of friends act out mainly on whims and impulses, however, it's understood that the friendship between them is genuine. The conversation topics might seem tangential and even at a loss for logic, but still help to bring them closer together.
Both are shows about a bunch of girls doing... well, nothing in particular.
Lucky Star deals with crucial matters such as the best way to eat dessert, while Yuyushike focuses more on the interaction between the characters, but they share both these elements.
Overall Lucky Star has a (delightfully) slow pace, while Yuyushiki is faster and a bit louder.
Both Yuyushiki and Lucky Star have you following the daily lives of a group of high school girls, each with their own quirks. The laid-back, positive and easy-going vibe present in both anime make them enjoyable to watch. Yui's character in Yuyushiki bears a striking resemblance to Lucky Star's Kagami, in terms of personality, being the more sensible and mature, but adorable when embarrassed. It's also nice they're both not with that fufu lame ish.
If you enjoyed Yuyushiki, it's hard to go wrong with Lucky Star.
Both are incredibly adorable shows about absolutely nothing, but that's where their charm lies. Whilst Lucky Star is more about the everyday lives of the characters, Haruhi-Chan is about random/impossible side adventures that the cast from Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu get up to. If you're looking for a good laugh then check out both.
Both animes deal with the topic of otakuness and subtopics like games, manga, anime itself, cosplay, soundtracks and what not. Genshiken can deal with the topics in a serious way, creating an ambiance of pride and what not, and Lucky Star derives the topic into a silly story of life, more for the sake of the viewers' laughter.
Although their audience is set to be different (Lucky Star is mainly for otakus, Gintama is more for the general public), Gintama comes with as much, or more, anime references, randomness, and comedy as Lucky Star. However, as this contains some seriousness and almost none or absolutely no "moe," to those that watch Lucky Star for the "moe," that's not what you will get from this.
Both anime's are full of comedy and make you laugh at its really weird randomness, also they both show life of highschool students in a funny way. One might show more about love than the other but they both do excelent parodies of other anime's and movies. xD
Both lucky star and school rumble have some of the most random comedy i've ever seen. Both are also similar, taking place on a school, and following the mains life.
While lucky star is almost only about comedy, is school rumble more a romantic comedy. But when i watch one, i can't stop thinking about the other.
Like Lucky Star, Wakaba Girl shows the daily life of school girls with the atmosphere of enlightening to watchers. It gives enjoyment because of its genre Comedy. It shows scenes of how fun to be at school or even after the classes.
A lot of references of Keroro in Lucky Star.
They also use the real voices of the characters, and they appear as dolls and figurines in the serie.
The show is also humoristic, and sometimes it's as random as Keroro.
Keroro Gunsou's humor is a lot like Lucky Star's. There's a ton of references slipped into each episode that pays homage to older anime such as Fist of the North Star and (of course) Gundam. Both shows also repeatedly break the fourth wall and use running gags.
the art, character design, animation are quite similar. GA gave me the impression I first got from Lucky Star. Both are also abt school life, however, GA is more concerned with art while Lucky Star is abt random slice of life in every episode.
"Manabi Straight" and "Lucky Star" both follow a new trend. Younger-looking girls (who are actually their age, but are intentionally made to look cute) in a High School setting. While both shows are focused on High School ups and downs, "Straight" is more focused on the challenges of running a Student Council and "Lucky Star" focuses on most aspects of High School in Japan. Aya Hirano also does a voice work in both shows.
Many parallels could be drawn between these 2 series:
-Based on 4 panel strips.
-The art styles, while not identical, remind me very much of each other.
-Both school/slice of life, obviously.
-Extensive cast of supporting characters. Nearly every character no matter how minor, has a set of personal quirks and traits that add significantly to the humor and overall feel of the show.
-Lead character (Konata/Sunao) lives with their single father, mother deceased.
Potemayo lacks the constant barrage of pop-culture references seen in Lucky Star, but ignoring that the style of humor is very similar. Potemayo's cast, in terms of gender ratio is more balanced; it has some moe females in it, but they aren't the overwhelming majority. Lastly, Potemayo has a definite strange/bizzare/LOLWTF factor that is absent in Lucky Star.
All in all, if you liked the humor and visual presentation of Lucky Star, Potemayo is seriously worth a look. read more
unlike in LS in GA they have a main character. except for one of the girls obvious obssesion with anime and manga they both have the same energy and random comedy so if you liked one you'll enjoy the other
Both of these anime have cute characters, humour, and pure plotless fun.
The only difference is that Lucky Star deals with everyday people while Magipoka has magical creatures in it. So if you're ever tired and just want something mindless to watch, go for it!
Those two anime are really smiliar. First off, it's based about random events and does not exactly have a storyline. Lucky Star has alot of random events when Magical Pokan has two (random) stories in one episode. The characters are very funny in their own way and there's also four main girls in both anime. The only difference between them is the magic used in Magical Pokaan, magical characters and fantasy events which you don't find in Lucky Star. Lucky Star is about high school girls who enjoy their (otaku) life and how they spend time with each other. Though I'm sure you'll enjoy this one if you enjoyed the other. read more
Both animes happen in the schools, and there're some funny stuff, which is some time really stupid. Some difference is that Most of lucky star character are girls, but Cromartie are boys. Lucky * Star also doesn't have golilars or robot likes Cromarties High School.
they both have gay characters with sexual tensions.
they both have bitchy tsunderes and batshitinsane yanderes.
they both have kawaii characters like for example, konata and cuba.
they both have shitty ass quality. (still good animes tho.)
An otaku and a tsundere. Konata is to Hajime as Kagami is to Kaoru. If you've seen Lucky Star and thought, "Konata and Kagami would be so cute in a relationship", then you'd enjoy seeing DgNwIkWK.
The difference, however, is that Lucky Star relies on anime references while DgNwIkWK pokes fun at the otaku fanbase.
Both have different anime studios but the two has great similarities in animation and craziness. Lucky Star is completely random while Kannagi has a plot to follow. Lucky Star just reminded me of Kannagi because of the animation. If you want another taste of fluid animation like Lucky Star's, Kannagi's a great try. and yes, Yutaka Yamamoto... if you know what I mean.
Originally four-panel comics, both series had successfully endured their transition from paper to screen and maintained the original, inventive, quick LOLs and giggles that were typically found within said comics.
The humor, clearly evident within both, is there. You are not.
Both are about a group of school girls that do comical things. The main character for both shows is a self proclaimed Otaku. Penguin Musume's main character however is also incredibly rich, which often makes things even more funny.
They are both about daily life of ordinary high school students.
Asaba Yuuki and Izumi Konata both like manga and anime and lead a lazy life; Tsukahara Kaname and Hiragi Kagami are both tsundere and tsukkomi characters and do well in study. Asaba Yuuki×Tsukahara Kaname, Izumi Konata×Hiragi Kagami, two combinations are similar.
Except for few romantic plots in Lucky Star, the friendship and youth life in two anime are alike.
Both animes center around slice of life and comedy with similar characters and really cute storyline both has light hearted humour the dissimilaritys are that lucky star centers around everyday life in the city whereas non non biyori centers around life in the country also lucky star is a parody whereas non non biyori is not. If you loved the light hearted humour and the cute storyline then you will love lucky star but if you watched non non biyori for its amazing art then lucky star is not for you
Okay so basically Non Non Biyori is almost exactly like Lucky Star except instead of being in the city they're in the country. Like Lucky Star, Non Non Biyori features the day to day antics of two sisters (a laid back one and a serious one HELLO the Hiiragi's), their quirky friend (Holla, it's country Konata) and the smart one they all like even though she's pretty bland (Miyuki without the boobs). Basically literally almost the exact same. Seriously.
both shows follow a group of female friends in their daily high school life and therefore rely on the charm of the characters and situational humour to be a fun watch. scenes are short and sweet, and both series often rely on awkward interactions between a straight-talking girl and one who is a little more prone to bashfulness.
while a lot of Lucky Star's humour comes from pop-culture and geek-culture references, Galko focuses more on common real life myths and questions believed and asked by girls of their age and therefore (perhaps unintentionally) leans a little towards sex-ed territory on occasion.
the two shows are both very easy to watch, but whether or not the viewer likes them will largely be up to whether or not they expect actual plot from series they follow! read more
Basically Mitsudomoe and Lucky star are episodic anime series about school girls depicted in moe fashion, just slight animation and art differences. Both shows are full of comedy in each and every episode, occasional (and blatant) reference humor to other TV shows and animes (Mitsudomoe likes using Power Rangers and Lucky Star uses Haruhi). These two shows are both centered around a group of girls, Lucky Star is supposed to be about high schoolers but look like they're the same age as the elementary school cast of Mitsudomoe. The only slightly significant difference is that Mitsudomoe has more male side characters whereas Lucky Star has like two. Lucky Star seems more popular among viewers with Mitsudomoe receiving less attention when it's just as funny the former. Overall, laid back shows that deserve a watching, especially if you need a laugh. read more
Both very funy and fun to watch. The characters are very well made and it will bring you multiple smiles while watching. If you are a comedy lover, Lucky Star and Working! is the anime for you.
Remember: Working 2nd season in going to come out! XD
I can't believe no ones made this rec yet! The jokes in the two are very similar about anime and general otaku culture. Certainly not the same format of show but both had the same reasons for enjoyment.
Although both have Kyoto Animation written all over it, Lucky Star, like Tamako Market has that "moe" and "slice of life" effect that for some could be considered trivial fluff, but for most others, a breath of relaxing fresh air that can bring a smile to your face. Minus the fact that Lucky Star doesn't have an actual plot line, but it is still effective.
Both of these shows are quite enjoyable, they also both contain a light hearted story with the exception of parts of fruits basket. i believe that if you enjoyed fruits basket then you would also enjoy lucky star and vice versa
Although the storyline and theme are totally different, they have something different each episode while still following events that occurred.
Nothing had been completely forgotten and may make references to past episodes
I would say that these anime are similar because they are anime that are quite normal and the characters just take part in doing normal things like school, work, hanging out with friends, etc. but it includes a lot of humor some heartwarming moments too ^^ they are definitely the kind of anime to watch to boost your mood.
The plot is that there is no plot. Lucky Star and Asobi Asobase are exactly carbon copies with each other with ther nonsensical comedy and cute girls doings way too many random things.
Also, both have the chaotical girl (Konata and Olivia), the well endowed glasses girl (Miyuki and Kasumi) and the twin-tailed girl (Kagami and Hanako). At the end of each episodes, there's a somehow comedy number.
I can't believe no one thought of recommending Lucky Star with Hinako Note; Kuu-chan's (Kuina Natsukawa) resemblance to Konata Izumi is astounding! It's basically Konata Izumi 10 years later (Lucky Star was released 2007) who don't do video games, and is evolving to moeshit-kinda anime character. :)
Although Hinako Note is mighty generic than the one-of-the pioneering-awesomeness that is Lucky Star, but you can still put this as your cup of tea in a moe-Sunday afternoon!
Both series circle around the daily lives of a group of girls whom have a cordial relationship with one another. The style of presentation of both are very similar to a yonkoma or 4-panel comic, though Gabriel DropOut does have more continuity.
Apart from this, both anime sport the same laid-back aesthetic while both groups of friends tackle everyday living.
Both are clice of life comedies. Both main characters are otaku and both anime are full of references. Both have "simple" style of animation. While in Kantoku Fuyuki Todoki the main character is a male, in Lucky Star the main character is a female.
Both series' are comedic and interesting in a funny way.
Both series' main protagonists somehow or somewhat, striving for the day(in a funny way).
Both series' reflects the(or some) real life situations.(which you might relate of, :D )
The only noticeable differences in both series is that, one is based from reality while the other has supernatural and magic in the story.
7 years ago, Lucky Star was the first Slice of Life with 4 girls gay for each other (Konata,Kagami;Minami,Yuu-chan) and now Sakura Trick is the first Slice of Life with 4 girls gay for each other and they actually kiss (Yuu-chan,Haruka;Kotone,Shizuku) so both are innovative series in a certain way. Who knows, maybe in 7 years from now we'll get an anime in which the 4 girls do more than kissing?
Lots of episodes that are based on the comedy, and lots of random action here and there, Seto No Hanayome has some romance here and there but not a major point in the anime, Lucky Star doesn't have the romance but makes it up for the laughs and the things we see in life brought into anime
Both shows are about kids in high school and has very little of a "true" plot. Doki Doki involves the males in high school more so than Lcuky Star, which basically focuses on just the girls. Overall, they both have no real story behind them and are good to watch if you just want a light laugh.
Its similar b/c it they both follow girls doing random stuff with no story line. They also follow cute girls as the main character... even the artwork slightly resemble each other (with ALOT of in-animate simple artwork)
Both are school life Animes with tons of comedy scenes and references / parodies to other Animes. Also, some characters are similar: Sonsuke and konata are the main and are fanatics for their tastes. Chidori and Kagami are those who disapprove the attitudes of the protagonist and Tsubaki and Meito Anisawa are hot blooded losers.
Ah, certainly we adore stories and comedies that make fun of it's own genre and because they do, they shine even more. Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun primarily focuses on the hilarious events of Nozaki trying to find inspiration for his manga whereas in Lucky Star, we just adore Konata's kawaii appearance mismatched with her love for anime/manga/games that extend to areas she should not be playing. All in all, the comedy in both series will have you laughing if not all the time, but at least once in each episode. The entire cast for both anime will also grow on you making you want for more comedic interactions.  read more
Both series have lots of humor, are mainly about girls and have not many guys in it.
Both series don't really have a plot either.
Though the scene is different (the galaxy <-> high school), the series are quite alike!!
they are so similar that you wont believe it, a couple of girls and their normal lives, how they interact with each other during school, and a little perverted puns, and the girls personalities are surpringly similar
similar character design, lots of emotion in the characters, both are slice of life's and both show the true enjoyment of living life and the small things in it. Both have instantly lovable characters.
Both depicting everyday life in 20th century setting of several high-school girls. Both presenting charming characters in their own unique behavior and attributes.
Both encompassing smart talks, funny events, and family friendship atmosphere throughout the series.
Both never showing overly dramatic, but amazingly entertaining with high re-watch value. If you watch Minami-ke Okaeri and like it, you'll like Lucky Star, and vice-versa.
Both are random, cute/funny, and take place in present-day Japan. Anyone who enjoys Konata's (Lucky Star) jokes will probably enjoy Shin-chan's crazy antics, and vice versa. The art style of both series is cartoony and unique. Both series have been very successful and well-recieved by anime fans.
One thing I like about Lucky Star is how the short comedic segments recreate something of the repetition and randomness of everyday life, but in a refreshing kind of way. Well this format was basically invented by Tonari no Yamada-kun.
Tonari no Yamada-kun doesn't focus on cute girls and school life, but on the whole family and is more deep. Overall Tonari no Yamada-kun's art is simplier than LS, but it has moments of complex and realistic art/animation that can't be found in LS.