Both have the same set of weird girls and a guy who has to deal with them. One anime focuses solely on the club, while the other is spread evenly between school, guy's friends, and other cast members. The girls are three times weirder than the girls from the other anime.
Looking for a series involving a club with cute girls doing fun activities? A school setting where there is fun, drama, and comedy going around for everyone? Or just some slice of life experience with a lighthearted background? GJ-bu and D-Frag will definitely be the answer to those questions.
There might be only one main male character in both series' clubs but they learn to adjust and get along with others. At the same time, they get involved with the clubs' special activities that they have mixed reactions to.
Expect engaging comedy with an appreciation for fun and laughter.
"How would it feel like when you are being abducted by cute girls and forced you to join their club? Satisfying or weird?" In the story a main male character was suddenly capture by cute girls and forced him to join the club. Though, he first thinks it is weird, but instead joins them for reasons. It follows the daily lives of the characters main club activities.
D-Frag starts off with a delinquent character who was forced to join the club with weird abnormal girls. GJ-bu starts off with a normal male character with normal club activities.
Both MCs are forced to join a club with weird girls. The art is similar and the character types are reminiscent of each other. I wanted to find an anime like Gj-bu while I waited for the OVA to come out later on this year, and I think I found one quite similar.
In both anime, the female characters have an interest in the male MC, but are too shy. (I am judging this off the manga for D-Frag since the anime just started airing), and the male characters in both don't seem to have a specific girl they are interested in, but instead, switch around depending on what the girl is doing.
The male character from D-Frag is known in the school as a school delinquent but in truth, he has a really pure heart and doesn't wish to hurt anyone. Both MCs have pure hearts and don't act perverted even though they are in the only boys in there school club "harem."
The buchou in both anime are petite and act quite tsundere. The club president in D-Frag doesn't act like the tsundere stereotype as much though.
Both have tall, purple-haired females that are intelligent and have soothing voices. read more
Both are gag comedies about guy dragged into wierd club full of weird people (mainly females) and most of them developing a crush on him. MC is not amused with the club at first but later starts to like it.
Both have a very similiar comedy style and theme. A boy is (forced) to join a club with all girls. In both shows the clubs tend to just have fun. In both they often tease the guy or have him as the butt of the joke. They only real difference is while GJ-Bu is certainly over the top D-Frag! is on it's own level. But if you liked one ypu will like the other.
Similarities are covered in most of the recommendation descriptions already but I would just like to add that liking one series won't really mean you'll like the other.
GJ-bu focuses more on kawaii girls <3 and D-Frag! is pure comedy. But everybody loves kawaii girls and comedy, so yeah, you'll still like one if you liked the other.
(What the fuck am I even trying to say :l)
Both series take place in a club of a highschool, the clubs are quirky and have very wierd members. Both of the MCs are forced to join the clubs and puts up with their shenanigans throughout the story. They are bost mostly silly fun.
Are you looking for a quick round of comedy? D-Frag! and GJ-bu are two shows that will not disappoint. Both being slice-of-life anime, D-Frag! and GJ-bu try to make humorous situations out of the everyday adventures of their respective clubs. Furthermore, the club setups in both shows are very similar too, as there are one male main character and multiple female main characters. Finally, both shows also have some moe-style art to them too.
The setting is primarily set on the school about having a club
both are interpolated in having a club at school
both are great anime's for appreciating the added spoof
in a sense they are similar beyond reasonable doubt.
Both are about doing nothing on the club with mostly has no purpose at all. Anything is about having fun and doing nothing. While D-Frag is about a game club but GJ-bu is doing nothing beside just having fun with the main clueless main character.
It maybe dumb to say that GJ-bu similiar to D-Frag but look at the similiarities :
- Both have same style story, no-activities school club
- Both have same style comedy. Simple, understandable, and funny (for some people)
- Both have some cute schoolgirl if you really into that kind of thing
- Both have some dere-dere things if you really into that kind of thing
If you enjoying GJ-bu but bored with the story life of the story, D-Frag is maybe for you
Both are slice of life animes pertaining to an after-school club whose members laze around doing random stuff!
If you want a more crazy upbeat anime, you should like D-Frag. If you like a more relaxed, quiet anime you should prefer GJ-bu ( I personally prefer GJ-bu). Both are comedy and contain almost no romance (pretty rare for a SOL harem I must add)
Both are school-comedies where the main male character is dragged into a not-so-ordinary club. Also, I find Chitose sorta like Yozora with her slightly violent personality, Kenji a bit like Kodaka and Takao to be like Sena (she is wayyy better than her though) Also Kenji acts like a delinquent, same as Kodaka. Both are funny and lovable.
A main character becomes part of an unusual club with members that seems to all have their own interests at hand. The club itself also gets into odd events and often causes trouble for the main character.
Regardless, both series are comedy series with humorous dialogues, character interactions, and gags that plays around the school setting and concepts. They both also involve characters that wants the main protagonist to join their club for personal reasons.
Some of the moments in each episode may feel a bit random but are used as a way to present comedy.
The MC are school-rumored delinquent. But the truth is that they have a kind heart, and end up being forced to join a club by the main heroine. The art is kinda similar and from my opinion D-Frag! jokes are funnier than Haganai jokes.
Both are comedies with signs of romance.
Both have a "deliquent-like" protagonist. Really.
The funny thing is that in Boku wa Tomodachi the protagonist has the atmosphere and looks of one, and in D-Frag he wants to look like one, but nobody takes him for one.
A delinquent boy who is joined by beautiful girls in a social club activities... makes it awkward for him to follow their motivation. The romantic comedy focuses the main male character interacting with the members of the club who are a majority population of girls. It can be awkward, relationships, funny, or random at times, but soon he will grown into the club and have fun.
Haganai focus on the "Neighbors Club" which they focus on making new friends and try to socialize each other. D-Frag follows a boy who is surrounded by awkward girls with a club that is a "Fantasy Imaginary" gaming club.
both have :
a mc that gets mistaken for a delinquent
a group of elite's girls
a imouto with a brother complex
a big boob girl who tries to be nice to the mc litlle sister but just ends up scaring her
in both anime's the mc gets forced to join a club they never heard of
and in both anime's they must do something to protect their club
-Both anime tell about everyday life of high school students.
-Both anime have many hillarious comedy.
-Both main character joined in the weird club and of course with the weird member.
-Both main character is surrounded by girls, or we just called it harem.
If you enjoyed the dysfunctional club setting of Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai, you'll find a lot to like in D-Frag.
D-Frag is a bit more surreal and high paced and doesn't take itself anywhere near seriously, but has a similar feel to Sukunai.
In both of these awesome anime, the whole point is to have a good time. If you love laughing, you will love both of these. There are tons of jokes, and every episode of both anime made me laugh so many times. If you liked one, you will definitely like the other.
Both include a guy being forced to joining a club of all girls.
Both don't really have a plot, and are non stop comedy.
Both have a very unique set of characters.
Both will keep you laughing on a consistent basis (granted the jokes are different in taste in each one)
These are both comedies that feature a cast of zany female characters that inflict themselves onto the male straightman. Both these shows are comedies first and the what plot there is comes second. Both shows feature tons of random humor that leaves the straightman as an island of sanity in an otherwise insane world.
Seitokai is much more focused on the perverted humor and a lot of the comedy is found in the fast paced dialogue. The humor in D-Frag is more varried with a lot of sight gags and physical humor to go alone with the verbal jokes.
If you're in the mood for some crazy humor then these are both good series to pick up. read more
This is similiar to D-Frag because of:
1. The male MC has the same personality as the one in Seitokai (straight guy) and does commenting a lot like the MC did in Seitokai.
2. (most) females on this anime has a good humor and weird as hell..
3. This anime will make you laugh your ass off...
Though this anime don't have those shimonetas like Seitokai but still recommended.
Is funny, just that, theres a club, there are hilarious moments and the jokes are not just about erotic things, theres jokes about diferent topics, but with the same fraquency, you laught for the first joke, and lose the 3 next jokes.
(i dont speak english, im sorry for my terrible writing)
Although the plot is different, the setting is same, i.e. school. The character designs are also somewhat similar. The biggest similarity is the comedy style; I got a Bakatest feeling from D-Frag. There are great characters, and plus, it's a fun series. If you watch one, high chances are that you will love the other.
Well, both are higschool animes, and have almost the same comedy.
In both animes, the main character is an "baka" (idiot/stupid), and has other friends with different personalities.
In my opinion, they are the best animes that I watched, but both need more episodes =(
-Both anime tell about everyday life of high school students.
-Both anime have many hillarious comedy, and the important thing is the ridiculous and idiot comedy.
-Both main character is surrounded by weird friends, or we called weirdo.
While not really all that similar, both show's have that school club game feel where there's not really a plot that drives the show forward but the insanity that happens around them. Also D-frag is more straight man punch line comedy while Baka To Test is more random sketchy comedy.
Weird, abnormal, pretty girls, who have some fantasy images in their minds, and play it just for fun. It follows the main male character who was caught up in this situation where he was either experience one before, or was forced to join their club. Though, as time passes on, he join their antics and bond with the other club members.
Chuunibyou, follows a normal boy who have experience these "delusions" before and was joined by a female character. Some fantasy action scenes, and romance. D-Frag follows a delinquent boy, who was abducted and joined the club.
The worlds of these shows consists of so much imagination. It's beautiful. Why live life normal and plain when you could spice it up? Life is something that can be made special and exciting, and that's what these shows do perfectly.
In both shows main character is trying to be normal, but he is stuck with bunch of weird girl. Both animes are really funny. Chu2byou is more romance based, while d-frag is full of random geeky and nerdy jokes, so d-frag is better in my opinion.
Both shows are school comedies where a group of students get together to work on something. The shows both have amazing unique characters that each stand out in their own way. Both shows have some romance elements. D-Frag is a bit more ridiculous, while Nozaki is more slice of life if you could still call it that. Either anime will have no trouble bringing you to tears over how hilarious they are.
Silly but typical school anime with the usual slapstick comedy which is extremely effective and makes the show worth watching. Very short show which you can finish in one go. There's subtle romance in both series which is there but that isn't the main point of the show. Also they're both shounen if that changes anything for you. Both are recommended and will make you laugh!
School comedies that focus heavily on satirically presenting the genre they're (supposed to be) within. Nozaki-kun makes fun of shoujo & romance tropes in a school setting while D-Frag! makes fun of school comedy tropes in general. Both also feature casts of quirky characters whose interactions and antics often fuel jokes on their own. Their story arcs are light and rarely conclude anything by the end, but as comedies first and foremost the story was hardly ever the real point.
both have great slice of life/ comedy elements with an amazing sense of humor, and lot of likable and funny characters .
The interactions between characters are always funny and interesting in both anime and always lead to hilarious and silly situations of misundrstanding, that makes this 2 anime a realy fun journy to watch .
The characters are involved in some school-clubs activities .
School Rumble and D-Frag not only takes place at school but also stars a main male protagonist with traits of a delinquent. At school, they are notorious for their bad boy images that causes them to be ostracized. However, at the same time, they attract the unusual attentions of some characters in ways that are presented comically hysterical.
There is a lot of comedy offered in both series. School Rumble does take on a more serious mood on various times but the point often draws out a line of fictional humor involving its characters.
-Both protagonist are self proclaimed delinquents
-Both have the same feeling of comedy and are very funny
-Both takes place in school. (majority)
When I watched the first 2 episodes of D-Frag, I was curios that I feel I watched an anime very similar to this. When I tried to search the anime, I found out that it was School Rumble which left memories of a very much humor that I appreciated. If you somehow love or at least you're entertained to anime like these two, then I suggest you to give it a chance of watching. Who knows, maybe you'll love it. :D
Over-the-top comedy/gag series that take place at school and feature one protagonist who is a former delinquent, both of which have the surname Kenji. There's even a character in D-frag! who looks a lot like Harima from School Rumble.
Though they do have quite a few differences, I still think that they have similar humor, with a male Protagonist that gets thrown into many odd situations due to the quirky female cast around them. If you like one of them, you're likely to enjoy the other too ^.^
Both of these shows feature a male character through no fault of his own is surrounded by a bunch of females and are thrown into random situations that usually, if not always, end in hilarity. 2 or more girls like the main protagonist.
Personally, I find both of them hilarious and fun to watch.
Cast and comedy type are almost identical. In D-Frag, there is one, main male MC surrounded by girls, but this MC has more girls in his harem. Both shows are hilarious and I would definitely recommend watching both.
I find this two series similar because they both are focused in comedy, although in Noucome there is also a strong part in the romance between the male protagonist and the girls but both series stand out for their funny parts and bizarre outcomes that make them refreshing and enjoyable to watch.
They both have unique characters and make good use of ther qualities or misfortune to deliver good stories and really good laughs.
The protagonists are infamous delinquents who join a club with some dysfunctional characters. Through the club they start to form friendships and see their high-school lives in a new light. Both are slapstick, plenty of gags that work well and many hilarious scenes. D-Frag! Leaves you in hysterics while Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo gives an element of romance in between the comedy.
These two anime's comedy is top-notch. The situations that the characters get into are very enjoyable and interesting. It keeps you wanting more.
Both MCs of the shows are delinquents and are badasses!
The girls also have different colored hair so they're very easy to like :D
-Highschool setting with Game Clubs? Check
-MC got thrown into weird situations (with comedic theme)? Check
-Lot's of strange girls with their own unique charms (or Galge template)? Check
-Funny and surprisingly nice characters? Check
-Have games and nerd culture only as a theme for the character's background? Check
Both are very similar in these aspects, especially as a comedy, these 2 have similar types of humor based on how ridiculous things gets. Not exactly the same, but I do think if you like one, then you will like the other.
The biggest difference between D-Frag! and Gamers! is how the former is a pure comedy, while the later are a love-comedy (so it use awkward romance atmosphere as a joke a lot). read more
A main character getting pulled into an irregular club? That's how D-Frag and Sabagebu brings together a group of characters at school with their unusual activities. Both series' main protagonist gets dragged into a club after one faithful day with a girl. These unusual circumstances also makes them a prime target for mischief as they settle with their new life. Both series has a diverse cast of characters each equipped with their own personalities. While the premise is different, each character also has their own skills in survival/combat. In the case of D-Frag, it's elemental attacks. For Sabagebu, it's their skills in handling firearms. I recommend both series for anyone seeking a fun oriented series based on club antics and battle shenanigans.  read more
Both show about a certain club in school. The boy appears to be the weakest one among the club, but he is great with words . Both boys are kind of delusional, Kazama thinks he delinquent while the Andou is just in his world.
The main group of each anime consists of high school students (1 guy and the rest girls).
Both groups spend most of their time in their clubroom, the game creation club (D-Frag) and lit club (Inou-Battle).
The girls openly make fun of the main guy but hold a certain respect for him.
Both groups have superpowers. although they are fake in D-Frag.
Tons of hijinks ensue and they involve other students at times.
D-Frag is a bit more ecchi in its repeated discussion of the characters breasts.
Inou-Battle holds a larger focus on fantasy.
Overall, they are both funny slice-of-life animes!
Both involve after-school clubs, super-Chyuunibyou characters, and something of a reverse-harem situation. They're both also riotously funny and end just when things are getting good. Inou Battle takes D-Frag in the art and animation department, while D-Frag delivers more laughs and randomness, at the expense of a plot. Both are worth your time, and will leaving you with a smile on your face.
A show where the main source of comedy is how completely nuts it is is difficult to make work, but it isn't impossible. Great characters and moments where the audience can breathe help tremendously. Be prepared to laugh.
The outrageous comedy that comes out of these shows is top notch, and you will be laughing like a lunatic from start to finish because both of these shows are just fun high tempo comedies with ridiculous, but lovable situations.
-Clubs that like to play games all day
-Average school with a lot of "unique" people
-Lots of tsukkomi and boke jokes
-Tons of random side-characters who just kinda appear without much reason
-Everyone likes weird stuff, and I mean very weird
A club made of characters spending their daily lives at school in an unusually fun way. Sket Dance and D-Frag take this idea and formulate it into various stories taking place at school. The characters all have different personalities with various roles.
Most episodes are episodic in format that doesn't connect each other in an linear way. However, do expect humorous dialogues, gags, comedy, references, and parodies throughout both series.
The club is there. The members are present. The main protagonist becomes a member that gets involved with activities regardless if he likes it or not. These are just a few similarities that connects between Seitokai no Ichizon and D-Frag.
Among other ideas, both series features mostly of a female cast of characters with different personalities. There is a seemingly leader in both clubs with a similar stature. Despite their size, they are able to hold their clubs together with odd means that sometimes because absurd in various circumstances.
Expect mass dosage of comedy as result of its dialogues, character interactions, and seemingly random events.
*A romcom comedy series about club/council composed of mostly girls...and one poor guy..
* both has nice HAREM feel in them..
* tons of nonsense [ school myths ]
* in both anime, you might feel sorry for our beloved MC guys... [those sadistic girls]
* both series are fast paced...so, episodes will fly through your eyes....
* side characters - in both, they're awesome [really, you will like them]...
The biggest difference between these series that ”Seitokai no Ichizon” has 2 seasons, while D- Frag! has only one...
Very similar slapstick comedy.
Both are incredibly fast-paced with their comedy and majority of jokes are delivered via punchlines similar to how Kazama jumps into a conversation.
Both include /some/ concept of romance with the main character(s), but never really bother to go any deeper with it.
Both are comedy-driven shows that involve the protagonist getting unwittingly pulled into supernatural (or fake-supernatural, in the case of D-Frag!) hijinks that produce a lot of laughs. There are typical-anime-trope subversions aplenty, and lots running gags throughout the show that somehow only get funnier the more you see them, instead of getting worn out.
I found both to be funnier than expected and thought that both exceeded their MAL rankings. Binbougami ga!? might be the funnier of the two, but D-Frag holds its own!
Surprisingly I found a lot of resemblance while watching Angel Beats, the jokes, the set-in-school environment, these are very similar yet different... Both Angel Beats & D-Frag tend to focus on the comedy more than on romance, while also having a similar artstyle.
It is surprising that people here do not see the similarities between D-Frag and Angel Beats.
Both use a school setting but only as a background while following the shenanigans of the main cast.
Both have a male lead with orange hair, Kazama and Otonashi.
Both have petite loli love interests, Roka and Kanade Tachibana.
Both have a strong purple haired leaders of their clubs, Chitose and Yurippe.
Both have a strong focus on humor and are one of the funniest anime shows I have seen. But while Angel Beats follows its supernatural drama, D-Frag makes use of the slice of life genre and generally low stakes.
It really baffles me how nobody else thought of Angel Beats while watching D-Frag.
Some people even recommended Gurren Lagann. Like seriously, are you people crazy? read more
D-Frag has similar goofy and funny comedy. Both shows have very likable characters. Both shows have you rooting for one girl in particular. Both male characters aren't typical cookie cutter designs. Both animes have a cute, funny, and unique harems.
Both are about a guy who is forced to join a ridiculous club with weird people, and because of this they get dragged into fights about something stupid (d-frag-which is the real game Club and ben-to-who gets the bento that are on sale).
They are both very funny and if you like one you will like the other.
I bet if you know this anime probably you´re like me; every once in a while you have to take a break from seasonal anime and all those super thrilly/shonen/swordyfight animes that tend to feel alright but some (or most actually) of the times leave you empty and unwhole, wanting more of it but even when get to see it for a second time it won´t be as good as it felt the first time. So, if you´ve seen D-Frag! then it means you know what the good life is, yes, is somewhat lacking more appeal and maybe some more episodes (probably a second season, I´m just saying) but if you´ve taken the time to watch the what-so-called fights in D-Frag! and enjoy the charisma and its ever great light comedy of the life of a teenager in very peculiar Highschool, then you´re just gonna love Ben-To, just lemme tell you beforehand Ben-To it´s actually ecchi just so you know what you´re going into: D-Frag! fights with fanservice. Enjoy. read more
There is a sudden degree of odd elements present that defines high school clubs. For starters, delusions come into play with fantasy thoughts playing in the heads of our main characters. As much bizarre as these series can get, they also question anything that directly or indirectly affects them and solves it with their own methods.
The main male protagonist gets himself involved with such clubs reluctantly after sudden circumstances. Although seemingly against the whole idea, the main characters do begin to appreciate more of themselves and the club's members. At the same time, they still make brash comments about others.
Both series still adapt a comedy tone, although presented differently. D-Frag focuses more on comedy and its gags while Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru focuses on its dialogue which conveys its messages. read more
Both have the same setting and moods, not to mention the same type of story telling. Or at least in the sense that at first it seems like they have the same type of objective but then end up doing nothing with it through out the story. The characters and comedy within the story are different but they'll both give you a good laugh, and are different from the rest in the sense that they know where to hit on your funny bone to make you giggle or cry laughing.
You love comedy? Gags? Slapstick? You name it, both have it. While the premise is completely different, it has one thing in common, it's genuinely hilarious. So, watch it if comedy is what are you looking for. That and a dysfunctional cast of character
What makes these two shows similar is the scene between the characters. Both Main Male Mc's (Kenji and Akutsu) are living their lives surrounded by the foolish hijinks of the girls around them. Kenji plays a bigger role in dfrag, however both shows focus on comedy over the crazy events that happen to them, with more subtle hints of romance in dfrag.
Two series with pretty random storylines that would make you laugh at any given point, based on first impressions I made this recommendation. Saekano just seems to have the same sort of feel to it as D-Frag had, really light and comedy based but also including the development of a game throughout (even though D-Frag does drift away from this). If you liked the randomness of one you need to check out the other XD Another point is that both these series do have certain serious moments so it isn't all fun and games.
Both are about game-making with somewhat similar protagonists. Also, Sakura is basically Yuuka. Inada is pretty similar to Teruha, too. And although both are pretty funny, D-Frag is more of a pure comedy, but Shoujo-tachi really gets into the struggles of making a game and keeping with the deadline, it gets serious when it wants to.
The type of comedy is kind of similar, both protagonists are the 'straight men' surrounded by weird and eccentric characters who aren't aware of how weird they are. Arakawa Under the Bridge has more absurdest comedy than D-Frag, to the extent where 'mentally ill' might be a better term for most of the characters than 'eccentric'. Arakawa could sometimes get slow at parts, that wasn't an issue with D-Frag (but D-frag is shorter). Neither anime has a conclusive ending. D-frag is in highschool, Arakawa's cast is mostly adult.
•Plot is somewhat similar... kinda (Involves the main character joining a group/club. At first, he doesn't like the idea but over time, he happens to enjoy it causing him to stay in the club. Plus most of the members are female, causing a harem-feel since many of the females fall for the male lead).
•Mainly takes place in school.
•Similar genres (harem, school, etc.).
•Similar feel (happy, upbeat, some comedy, etc.).
•Length of the shows are about the same (each has 1 season - 12 episodes about 24 minutes long with some OVAs).
I find these shows underrated, but that's my opinion.
-Both involve school clubs which their objectives are to patronize the club.
-Involve with some kind of power(but in D-frag, it is only just a mock power)
-Both are comedies
-Both MCs have to deal with masochistic people
I kinda feel some similarities while watching both shows,
- They both have this random kind of thing while still "kind of" maintaining the story.
- They both have the Male Protagonist as the "Normal Guy" (For Nourin he's a bit idiotic and deep)
- They both have somewhat a sweet little Romance even tho it's mainly Comedy
- I think that they have the same kind of feeling while you watch them
The context is very different because D-frag take place in a school and Senyuu in a fantasy world but they have the same kind of silly and over the top humor with weird characters and one guy (the protagonist) who don't get what the hell is going on.
Stereotypical high school delinquents, clubs, main character gets involved with weirdoes at his school. The opening songs are from the same artist.
Both are in my opinion among the best comedy anime out there.
They both have this nice-silly atmosphere that is better than anything.
They both are pretty much fun to watch and very entertaining.
They both are extremely comical.
Both have a blonde male as Main Characters
Both have an exciting ending.
Both have wonderful females characters that they are pretty sweet and cute
In both animes you will have games and hobbies as the main topic. School clubs are the places these game-otakus will meet.
While in D-Frag! the gaming club already exists and shows on a hilarious way their obsessions with everything related to every existing game, in NMSB they want to resurface the quiz club. It's very interesting the fact all the characters in both animes particularly have different interests but an objective in common.
D.Frag! is funnier than NMSB but both really enjoyable.
•both involve "delinquent" MC joining a club with a club advisor not being much of a teacher
•both MC have something up with their hair
•both MC imouto are loved by other characters
•D-Frag is 10x as funny and random
•Haganai has bigger RomCom and Harem approach
•Kodaka is the only important male character in Haganai
•D-Frag has many unimportant characters that actually factor into the show
Top ridiculous comedy.
Over the top exaggerated and lovable characters.
Both are great anime to see if you just want to laugh.
The main difference is that Nichijou's comedy is more heavily animated to create even more chaos out of the situations and D-Frag! has a harem-type approach but it is not main point of the series.
Parodies of bishoujo (D-Frag) and bishounen (DamePri) series. One could call them harems, but the protagonist is basically the only "straight man/woman" in a cast full of self-absorbed narcissists and isn't likely to fall in love with any of them. If they weren't forced into it, they'd stay far away from this nonsense.
In both, women basically do what they want, regardless of havoc in other people's lives (especially the poor protagonists'), and both use much humor derived from personalities and character interactions.
Gut-busting series where the premise and tone are near identical. D-Frag! is more reserved as weird as that may sound but its only because Grand Blue plays close to the edge. Lots of gags, goofs, spoofs and laughs. Both series feature a male protagonist who is forcefully thrown into joining a school club where the hilarity levels blast off right into the stratosphere.
D-frag and Hyouka both have a central focus on an obscure school club that goes through adventures and bonding time. The MC in both shows are dragged around by the female lead. Finally, both shows do not really have a central story to them, just a group of friends going about their everyday life. However, in Hyouka, they have a more serious/mysterious atmosphere, while in D-frag, the things they go through are mostly for comedic value/entertainment.
I am not someone who usually enjoys or favors comedy anime, but these 2 works have seperated themselves from all the anime I have watched as spectacular and funny.
-both are funny
-every episode is interesting
-main characters have competitions among themselves
-nice lighthearted feel
-both have lots of pop culture jokes/ references
-both have likeable main male characters
-1 guy a bunch girls (but not really a harem situation in which all the girls like that guy)
if you ask me for the differences it would be that d.frag is funnier but rokujouma is more interesting and has more than just comedy (characters battling out for the room)
-roukujouma has a better setting
-d-frag has better punch lines
-roukujouma has a bunch of funny character settings
-d-frag has a cast with more colorful personalities read more
Both may have different character setup but both of it is anti-generic (or pretty much poking with tropes), they both do have the same level of creativity on observational comedy and usage of spontaneous humor about gaming, though Ixion Saga have redundant Blue comedy (traps) in it while D-Frag doesn't use it much.
Both series got a protagonist that have to handle his colorful friends, while D-Frag is focused on humor, Sakurasou got more drama.
D-Frag is a good next anime to watch if you liked the humor of Sakurasou and want to up the humor to 11
I`m adding this purely because both Anime`s have the best Comedy and are simply adorable. The story of both anime are completely and utterly different, but for those looking for comedy and good laughs should try both of these out.