Taking place in a school setting, both series involves a group of young girls as part of a club with a passion for airsoft gun activities. The main female character share some similarities in their insecurity about themselves. However, their lives change dramatically one day after becoming a member of a club; one that specializes in survival games. Sabagebu has more of an episodic format while Stella C3 has a storyline involving rivalries and competitions. Nonetheless, both series builds no the foundation of action girls using guns. Recommended for viewers interested in lighthearted action-comedy.
Sabagebu is Just like C3-bu except not terrible and doesn't drive people to make bad Spec Ops: The Line parodies. Also the main character of Sabagebu is psychotic in a fun way while the protagonist of C3-bu is psychotic in a not fun, edgy way. Both characters have magical reality altering powers.
Its similar to the point of bordering being created using the same storyboard. The characters are similar and both have a new girl conned into joining the survival games club. It is also heavily based on action but has significantly more comedy involved.
-The Street of the Shot is equally telling of a shooting game using a toy weapon
-the characters are played by a group that is filled by young girls from among schoolgirls
-not infrequently this anime presents a dramatic scene
The biggest resemblance between these two animes is the fact that they both focus on Survival Games. They both also have a lot of comedic content and otaku reference characters. Sabagebu is far more light-hearted and made just for jokes and sarcasm though, while Aoharu has more of a story line about friendship and trials and could almost be a RomCom--but very light with the romance.
A group of people are part of the Survival Games club. They enter the Air-soft tournament to showcase their skills. Both has comedy and similar art styles. One deals with a group of girls. The other only men.
A club dedicated to a survival game involving air soft guns is where both protagonists unintentionally wind themselves up in where they start to fall in love and become obsessed with the game along with the comradery of their fellow club members. Aoharu x Kikanjuu is more focused on the shounen side of things and has more of a serious tone while Sabagebu dives face first into the comedy department.
Bad girls who pretend to be nice meet weird, but well respected girls who turn their lives upside-down by forcing them into something they don't want to do, then hilarity occurs and things get even weirder as they continue
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 of them have girls that keep on shooting each other and accidentally dragging other people into their little brawls. The art styles are a bit different, but the concept surrounding both are quite similar.
Both shows have a mostly female cast. The stories are driven by comedy, although Etotama has more of a plot than Sabagebu. Neither anime takes itself very seriously, as most of the events are random, ridiculous, or nonsensical. Both shows also have action: in Sabagebu, airsoft guns are used, whereas Etotama is more of a chibi Super Smash Bros. kind of thing.
The main characters for both shows (Momoka and Nyaa-tan) are conniving, sneaking monsters that either make or break the show for the viewer. Both shows also have a pink-haired, arguably masochistic girl that lusts after the main characters (Mo-tan and Urara).
I always found it difficult to bind K-K-K with another show. Yes, the Cute Girls Doing Cute Things genre is the best way to attempt this. However, I think I want to try another route.
Sabagebu has a CGDCT feel, but the cute has been replaced by guns. If you know the drill already, then you probably have noticed the narrative from the show too. With such humor also being present in Kitakubu, it might be a nice show if you just want to sit back and enjoy some gag humor.
The characters are all very determinded, so don't expect too much development from both series.
If you want to take it a notch down from Sabagebu, you might enjoy Kitakubu. Did you like all the 'over the top' action scenes in K-K-K? Do try Sabagebu!. read more
Both shows are about a group of girls in a school club. In Kitakubu this club is the Going Home Club, while in Sabagebu it's the Survival Club. The girls pretty much do random things in both, resulting in many comedic moments. They are also both fairly self-aware anime. In Sabagebu the narrator talks about the anime from time to time, and in Kitakubu the characters frequently discuss how they are a part of an anime. There is also action in both shows, though there is more in Sabagebu since it's a show about girls with guns. Both shows are entertaining and worth a watch.
I don't know why no one has mentioned this before, but I definitely think that jinrui was suitai shimashita shares many similarities with sabagebu. They appear different at first glance, but both involve some dark comedy (sabagebu more so) and have skit like scenarios, though jinrui actually has a bit off an overarching plot. Unlike jinrui, sabagebu leans a little towards fan service at times, but does so mostly for humor and on only a few occasions. Ultimately, if you just finished one of these series and are looking for comedy in the same ridiculous strain, I would highly recommend looking into the other.
They have similar animation and character personality. One deals with Airsoft while other deals with love problems. Both main characters are very similar. Forced to join a club or in Love Lab case - Student Council Member. Hilarity and bonds ensues in both series.
Normal middle school girls in a club doing mundane things but somehow outrageous and comical. Both are wacky but I feel Sabagebu is a little more mature/cynical (and I feel some of the jokes a kid will not get) where Love Lab is great for any age.
A ruthless main character who constantly kills other main characters who are magically brought back to life. Though in sabagebu!, thats because all of the action is actually in the characters minds. Both involve slapstick comedy techniques, and over the top blood loss. Don't forget just a tease of fanservice.
Although New game has barely anything to do with survival games ( besides Umiko who likes them) both animes are filled with cute girls and give off the same vibe. Similarities include -
-Similar cute girl characters
- Similar character interactions and friendships
- Same slight moe vibe
- Similar character antics
Enjoy the great constant comedy of Aho Girl? Then Sabage-bu is just for you. Both shows have a repeat of their comedy but it never gets old. The same way Yoshiko is always getting beat up is just like Urara.
Both Aho Girl and Sabage-bu will provide you with non stop comedy and enjoyment.
Humor random . Where all the main characters are girls, and there is an illusion of love between them . And it is located in a school club where the fun occurrences happen . Although they are mini - stories , but equally are connected.
They Both Have Random Humor
They Both Have Crazy Characters
They Both Have Some Similar Characters
They Are Both Made By Pierrot (Pierrot Plus For Sabagebu)
And They Both Have Daily Lives.
Sabagebu Is About A Survival Game, While Osomatsu-San Is About Neets
Moe girls doing things moe. It is enough for you , right? ... okay . Two animes surrounded by girls , full of absurd and random humor, all related ( most of the time) in his hobbies of their respective clubs.
Exactly the same. Both of them have parts in each episode in which they do something and afterwards it skips to another part in which they do something else and all that happens in one episode, both of them are episodic animes.
Strongly recommend if you up for some hard laughs!
I know what you're thinking. "Who the fuck recommends two totally unrelated series?!"
*ahem* That would be me.
I also know there are those of you who are interested in seeing more of Shirai Kuroko's perverted antics, and that is actually why these two shows share similarity. They're both action shows, but there is a one-sided yuri between two of the characters here. Except one of them is a complete masochist with unrequited love towards a girl and the object of her affections does her best to let her know, SHE'S NOT REALLY THAT INTERESTED. If you're into that kind of stuff, then here's your sequel (until J.C. Staff begins milking the cash cow with another season)! read more
Shows that at first glance star cute girls that do cute things, who actually turn out to be unhinged sociopaths. Expect lots of spastic comedy and rejection of moral standards, and usage of Ride Of The Valkyries?
Stays pretty cute and comedic, but also has some weapons and good action. Both anime are fairly episodic and feature different short story arcs each episode. Feels very similar when it comes to animation, humor, and the general feel you get from the characters. Both simple and have some decent entertainment value.
These shows are both premised on school clubs but give very little focus to the clubs themselves and are more focused on the friendship of the club members. Both use a lot of art style shifts and physical gag comedy and take place in worlds where strange and inexplicable things are treated as normal by the characters. Also, they both feature an extremely vengeful character who frequently vents her anger in amusing ways.
both have comedy and a main character with a "special" outlook on life. momoka thinks that everyone else exist for her sake and hikigaya is a total pessimist (though he thinks of himself as a realist). beside that they are both some of the best anime ever created.
Both involve groups of high school clubs. The shows contain over-the-top ridiculousness and comedy. Sabagebu is filled with slapstick comedy while Binan has mostly ridiculous plot devices and conversation topics. Sabagebu has a female cast and airsoft guns, while Binan is a mahou shounen.