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D-Frag!


Alternative Titles

English: D-Frag!
Synonyms: D-Frag!, D-Fragments
Japanese: ディーふらぐ!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 7, 2014 to Mar 25, 2014
Premiered: Winter 2014
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Brain's Base
Source: Manga
Genres: Game, Comedy, School, Seinen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.671 (scored by 132,478 users)
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Ranked: #11942
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Popularity: #365
Members: 257,229
Favorites: 1,966

Recommendations

Okay, too many similarities. Both are school-life-centered comedies with a plot involving a laid-back club and it's awesome members. I absolutely love both. Watch one, be ready to love the other ;) 
report Recommended by TragicRomance
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. 
report Recommended by TragicRomance
Both shows have a lot of funny boke and tsukkomi humor, with the male lead being the tsukkomi. 
report Recommended by shigeru212
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.  
report Recommended by TragicRomance
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.  
report Recommended by omega_d94
they have a similar feel, set in school, a cast of unique characters, slightly absurd situations in nozaki revolving around manga and in d-frag around games.  
report Recommended by fades
Both will make you laugh, a lot.. tough I have to be honest Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou is funnier, BUT in D-Frag, the protagonist is at least gettin' some (If You Know What I Mean). 
report Recommended by ChemicalBlack
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. 
report Recommended by Stark700
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 ^.^ 
report Recommended by BananaIce
Both main protagonists acts like delinquents but gets pushed around by everyone else in their club. Lots of comedy that are similar to each other. 
report Recommended by Neihtingale
-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  read more 
report Recommended by Ahodesuga
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  read more 
report Recommended by Stark700
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. 
report Recommended by chatchalita
Comedies with simple male protagonists surrounded by a variety of girls and similar moe female leads.  
report Recommended by Souvan
-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 
report Recommended by justice0
A club composed of mostly girls, a tortured guy, and possibly a harem. Both almost have the same kind of comedy and are very lighthearted and funny. 
report Recommended by Emberred
I got very similar vibes to Binbougami ga from D Frag for some reason, I think it's because of the very similarly styled comedy value. 
report Recommended by ueggg98
A relatively normal guy has to put up with a bunch of weird girls who like to mess with him as well as a masochistic pervert "friend." The main girl in both is voiced by Hanazawa Kana.  
report Recommended by ataraxial
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. 
report Recommended by 2ego
Both series are hilarious and both series revolve around a male high school student who is the "straight man" of the series and is surrounded by a bunch of weird characters.  
report Recommended by DarknessSerpent
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. 
report Recommended by ophandra12
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  read more 
report Recommended by Stark700
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.  
report Recommended by SovietPsycho
Theme's different, but both share a boke and tsukkomi shtick, and characters have additional background provided for "serious" depth. 
report Recommended by ced1106
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. 
report Recommended by Castawayz
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. 
report Recommended by AngelBeatsYui
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. 
report Recommended by Kazami
Both are very funny and enjoyable. Both have cute characters and funny characters. Both have little romance in them. 
report Recommended by Mezo-RPWPA
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.  
report Recommended by Gerhakiki
Well, how can I say it? Basically, both of this anime's voice acting are really spot on that it amplifies the comedic atmosphere by a thousand percent.  
report Recommended by _Solace
Main Similarities: •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.  
report Recommended by RFernandez23
-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  
report Recommended by chiyo-german
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 
report Recommended by Malventrix
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. 
report Recommended by Akzhu7
Both are shows about a club in highschool . In both shows they have to deal with the student council so that they do not dismantle their club.  
report Recommended by CosAmak
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. 
report Recommended by dhflauhe28376
Both shows focus on a special club consisting of very quirky yet lovable members and dealing with their daily life. They both also rely heavily on straightman humor for comedy 
report Recommended by Short_Circut
-The plot involves characters socializing through video games -A guy surrounded by girls -Very comedic  
report Recommended by RodTheDigger
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  
report Recommended by ToumaYukiri
Both involves guy forced into joining a club, where the girls are weird and the guy's predicament was even weirder.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
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. 
report Recommended by MisaoAino
Both are really hilarious parody animes with many many funny moments and even some western cartoon parody moments 
report Recommended by FizzyBeverage
SIMILARITIES •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 DIFFERENCES •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 
report Recommended by AyanoGerumaru24
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.  
report Recommended by EDCH
Both of these anime will make you roll in the floor laughing! The jokes and gags of these anime will still be funny even if you watch them a 2nd or 3rd time. 
report Recommended by LeFatiqsue
Want to have some fun? Than these shows are about to bring you some:) 
report Recommended by susan00
its both funny and it has a harem feeling to it 
report Recommended by Chezterzzz
School clubs about games Harem ish Same type of girls (Busty boss, flat tsundere, airhead) Art style is very similar D Frag is a bit funnier than Netoge imo. 
report Recommended by somedayasunbae
These series both have funny characters and a family environment. They also have great action scenes and a heartwarming storyline. 
report Recommended by SenpaiSteve
D-Frag and Haruhi both use screwball comedy where the main character guy is drawn into some female's insane world. 
report Recommended by colonelpanic
D-frag has some similar humor to JK's, especially later in the series. Both show high school girls doing dumb things.  
report Recommended by colonelpanic
A group of goofies and one retorter. 
report Recommended by tinydevil421
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. 
report Recommended by kasarn
Both of these shows are hilarious, with similar character archetypes and (masochistic) humor in school/club settings  
report Recommended by SamuraiBlue19
In both, the male lead suddenly finds himself surrounded by lots of strange women. Bizarre things follow. 
report Recommended by colonelpanic
In both, strange girls latch onto the hapless male protagonist. 
report Recommended by colonelpanic
Both shows are more episodic than continuous, kind of random, and humorous. Both have lots of fighting and getting worked up over stupid things. 
report Recommended by colonelpanic
a sudden event changes someone's life for the weird (and very funny). 
report Recommended by colonelpanic
Humorous student life with kids doing stupid things they wouldn't if they were thinking beforehand 
report Recommended by colonelpanic
Both shows derive humor from personalities and character interactions. In both, characters sparkle or produce an aura. 
report Recommended by colonelpanic
Both shows have amazing art, cute and quirky girls, and a male lead who is a tsukkomi. 
report Recommended by shigeru212
Both shows have clever and enjoyable jokes that are usually presented in a boke and tsukkomi format. 
report Recommended by shigeru212
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.  
report Recommended by colonelpanic
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. 
report Recommended by papsoshea
both MC's a dragged into a club while doubting it at first but then they start to like it more and more if you like D-Frag you'll like this  
report Recommended by Tank__
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. 
report Recommended by endofthedream
D-Frag shoujos possess the same wackiness and randomness as the YuruYuri shoujos have; those who enjoyed YuruYuri will definitely enjoy D-Frag, too! 
report Recommended by GiancarloLS
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  read more 
report Recommended by hedlecks
Similar whacky comedy, sometimes in absurd situations. The protagonists are also self-proclaimed delinquents, share similar personality, and also have the same voice actor to top it all off. 
report Recommended by 4kicks
Both give off the same vibe, great comedy, relationships and characters are great! loved both of them certainly worth watching!  
report Recommended by AhOtakuMad
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. 
report Recommended by Azraniel
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 
report Recommended by Haghala
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. 
report Recommended by Rei_Rei
Both are about a guy joining a club and they participate in that specific clubs activity(s). Both are filled with slice of life humorous anime and take place within a school. 
report Recommended by Historiaa