Despite there being many differences in the setting, you will find that as you watch GTO there's many parallels to Assassination Classroom. For example Onizuka-sensei while not being a Mach-20 octopus like Korosensei, is very OP in his own right. Also, both of them take a sometimes unconventional approach to teaching, like to fool around but have a tendency to impart the occasional piece of wisdom to help their students. Don't be dissuaded by the fact that GTO was from the 90s because there are some things that don't get worse with age!
A teacher trying to take care of each every one of their students. Also the teacher is trying hard to be friends with their students and make wonderful memories of the students last year of junior high school.
I've always been looking for a similiar anime to GTO, and I think many others do. GTO was just amazing and I didn't want it to end.
And since I found a similiar anime on par with GTO I thought to share it with the other members here :D
They're both about special teachers who care about their studends and help them grow.
Even though one is a delinquent and the other is some kind of lab-created monster.
As the series goes on they will help their students with daily life issues, go on field trips and many other stuff.
U should watch it!
Education, Slice of Life, Betrayal, Drama - these genres fit the full package in getting you hyped-up to watch this Anime non-stop! The main protagonist, Eikichi Onizuka, personalities are quite similar to the protagonist, Koro-Sensei, from Ansatsu Kyoushitsu anime; Despite the setting of the story, they are both comical from just their facial expressions alone to the insane actions they performed. They both share similar goals as to help students, striving them to walk the right path in life and giving the audience a sense of thoughts on their real life. Both teacher encounters disadvantage and challenging situation all for the sake of their students despite the consequences whether it's from an illogical or a logical standpoint.
If you have the same feeling where you would want Koro-Sensei as a teacher in real life then this anime is the perfect anime for you to watch. This Anime will leave you a nostalgic moments for the rest of your life! read more
What happens when you mix a situation comedy, a schoolyard travesty, and a straight jab of hard-hitting commentary on modern youth and the issues facing the Japanese educational system together and shake strenuously? You get these two series. The teachers share some qualities and morals that they pass on to the students in a untraditional way that works well. They will go to any length to help and guide their students with whatever trial or obstacle may stand in their way. While there is a certain moral message to the anime, watch it for the sheer fun value.
- Both are based in a school setting (like most shounen)
-Both are about a teacher trying his hardest to get a class full of misfits to became more socially acceptable in the eyes of others.
- Both feel very episodic
- Both feature a Main Character that seems like someone that differently does not belong as a school teacher, (in GTO he is a biking Gangsta, in Assassination Classroom the main character is a tentacle monster trying to destroy the world).
- Both feature the class trying to get rid of the teacher by any means necessary (for example in G.T.O. Onizuka is always being plotted against by his fellow students, while in Assassination Classroom they are trying to get rid of Koro sensai by killing him).
- Both are very fun shounen series that seem to be very humor and entertainment based.  read more
Both shows have a strange teacher as main character (In AssClass it's an ultra powerful octopus-llike monster, in GTO it's the former leader of a biker gang) who teaches his students important lessons about life. Also, both are very hilarious but also both are quit drama.
Similar Concept. A Teacher looks after a class of misfits, who is not your conventional teacher. They both encourage and look after them, in their own weird ways. And Both the teachers are funny as hell.
These two are stories about the bonding between A Student and A Teacher, which shows us that you can open up the hearts of Students by interacting with them and supporting them.
I was so waiting until I could normally add this recommendation. So yeah.
An untraditional and perverted teacher, working with kids who are in their 3rd year in middle school. And those kids try to remove the teacher. In GTO, we have a bunch of kids who think they're so cool they don't need a teacher and in AssClass we have a tentacle monster who wants to destroy the world in one year and the kids were asked to kill the monster with huge bounty. And what makes the children's goal difficult? The teacher seems to be the best teacher in the world...
- Based on school environment.
- Both are unique and strong main characters.differently,Onizuka are human,if Koro-sensei are monster.both are have coomedy types.also usually gives more important lesson about life.
- Both are have 'disability' students.
In both GTO and Ansatsu Kyoushitsu the main characters are teachers who think their students come before anything else. They are both a bit perverted (Onizuka is much more perverted). In both series the students plot something behind their teachers. Both of the teachers are really strong. However, Koro-sensei is a supernatural character while Onizuka is just a really strong guy who works out a lot.
The art styles have nothing to do with each other as GTO was made in 1999-2000 and Ansatsu Kyoushitsu is a new anime but I personally don't think that makes so much of a difference. In both of the anime there are really great voice actors.
If you enjoyed one of them, you'll definitely like the other one. read more
Both series involve a teacher being introduced into a new class that is relatively filled with poor(bad) students. In both shows, the teachers drastically improve the classroom, and slowly gain the affection of the students
Both animes are school, and show the evolution of students, after being instructed by their teachers how to improve, both teachers have a census of justice and want the best for their students, have a similar comedy in some aspects, and works the relationship between teacher and student
Both are similar in that they both feature a class taught by an outstanding teacher (All Might/Koro-sensei) with an objective goal in mind. In My Hero Academia, it's all about becoming heroes. In Assassination Classroom, it's all about becoming assassins. Even the main characters are similar: Nagisa and Izuku both wanting to aspire to be like their teachers, violent geniuses Karma and Bakugou, and the cheerful, hardworking Kayano and Uraraka.
There's a lot of similarities but to me the biggest one is between the main characters: Nagisa and Midoriya.
Both of them are sweet boys that people initially gave NOTHING for but that slowly become the best in their entire class. Both of them write notes, one about his teacher's weaknesses and the other notes about superheroes in general, so they're very analytical characters.
They also build a kind of father-son relationship with their respective teachers.
I'm sure that whoever liked one of these anime will also like the other one.
A young protagonist with big dreams, a class of many different students all with unique traits, and a few wacky or peculiar teachers thrown into the mix. Add in a bit of mystery, some bright, colorful animation, and few heartwarming moments to make a series that can appeal to almost anyone.
-Both anime depict the specific school which train and lecture all student to become their goal job (assassin and hero) although Ansatsu Kyoushitsu emphasizes student to kill their own teacher (Koro-sensei) instead order student to fight villain as My Hero Academia.
-Friendship,rivalry,compassion and unity are shown among both anime 's characters.
-Badass,violent,brutal and intelligent main hero 's best friend (Bakugou and Karma) and both voiced by same seiyuu (Nobuhiko Okamoto) !!
-Cute,talented and tend to caring other heroine (Kayano and Ochako).
-A class of students, there's a lot of students
-A badass student in each class (Karma and Bakugou also they're voiced by the same person)
-A teacher who's protective but also has high expectations (All Might and Koro-sensei)
Boku no Hero Academia and Ansatsu Kyoushitsu are both amazing anime with a similar atmosphere and feel, yet completely different and unique stories.
-Both anime center around a class, full of remarkable and special characters with very well defined personalities and abilities
-Very intriguing character developments for students
-Some character personalities resemble ones from the other anime (Nagisa/Deku, Karma/Bakugo, Kayano/Uraraka), however, they all have their own lovable aspects so they are not clones of one another
-A teacher/mentor that students aim to surpass/kill (basically same thing shhh)
-Great levels of comedy
-Awesome action scenes in both seasons of both series
-Interesting and likable villains
-Both anime are FREAKING AWESOME!
Both are incredibly outstanding animes with protagonists who are initially timid and and somewhat weak, but ultimately rise to the occasion; with a view to become greater.
Our protagonist, both idolise their teacher/mentor and our surrounded by a wealth of interesting characters.
Both shows are based in high school and deal with the angst of the environment.
As I stated, both are incredible and full of heart and character.
Most people say it would be one punch man however.
Boku no Hero Academia and assassination classroom are pretty much the same only dealing with two different themes assassins and superheros. Apart from the difference in plot where one involves trying to kill a teacher both series are similar and that ain't a bad thing.
They both have the same level of comedy
They both have a cast of forty students with different personalities
Main student character lacks confidence in the beginning but gets better
Other student character wants to become the best in the profession
Teacher that is trying to help their students succeed
They do ordinary slice of life school scenes with touch of superhero/assination. read more
- Both anime tell about a class with some goal (Become an assassin and kill their teacher/Become a hero to fight some villain)
- Both have a great teacher who known as the strongest people on their job (Korosensei-Assassin/All Might-Hero)
- Both have a main character who want to be an assassin/hero like their teacher (Nagisa/Deku)
- Both main chara has a badass best friend (Karma/Bakugou) both of them also has the same voice actor
- Both main heroine are cute and seems to be caring for other people (Kayano/Uraraka)
- Both have some fun comedy
Both are coming of age story set in the classroom environment, which includes the cast training to heighten their own abilities. Both anime produces very heartwarming stories through internal growth and go to teach valuable life lessons. As set in the classroom environment both anime contain classmate rivalries, where classmates compete against each other to prove their worth. Both anime also contain an inspiring relationship between a teacher and a student, as the student inspires to become the great person that is their teacher. Both anime carry many moments of comedy and action that goes to entice a viewer into their shows. Ansatsu Kyoushitsu differs being a classroom of assassins whil Boku no Hero Academia is a classroom of superheroes. So if your a fan of shounen anime that contains a mixture of action and comedy that is set within the classroom environment I urge you to check out both series. read more
The main characters are very similar because they want to archive a goal, they look wimpy and they want become the strongest with the help of their teacher who haves super powers and ururaka is kind a similar to kayano and bakugou is similar to karma
I love both anime, and I think people who enjoy one will enjoy the other
-Both are set in a school, where students are taught unconventionally
-Both classes taught by a unique teacher with abilities (who teaches them to fight)
-In one, students are trained to be assassins, in the other they are trained to use their superpowers
-Both have a main young teen male protagonist who seems weak at first, but becomes very strong
-There is comedy to both, but they still have a lot of interesting storylines
Recommend trying either if you liked the other, want beginner anime, like superhero movies/shows, like strong young teenage characters
If we pay attention, the two anime they are very similar. Let's do it by steps.
*The two anime there are plots that happen in a school, where both classes where the main characters are specials (the worst class in *Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, and the better class in Boku no Hero Academia)
In the two anime, both students and teachers has one more occupation (Assassin in Ansatsu Kyoushitsu and Hero in Boku no Hero Academia)
*Some characters from bith works can also be compared, for example:
*Shiota Nagisa and Izuku Midoriya: Protagonist half timid who lives scoring what he considers important. He also has great admiration for his teacher and receives a certain highlight in his class.
*Akabane Karma and Katsuki Bakugou: "Friend" and rival violent and agressive of the protagonist.Beyond this "explosive" personality, both characters have the same voiceover.
*Kayano Kaede and Uraraka Ochaco: Girl cheerful, short and cute which is the love interest of the protagonist (and who also loves him). The only difference is that the Uraraka it's not a crazy yandere.
*Koro-Sensei and All Might: The teacher with a supernatural force who is always smiling, but who gets furious when they play with their students. In addition to both being sentenced to death since the beginning of the anime
*It also has other characters that deserve comparation, such as:
Maehara Hiroto and Denki Kaminari
Ashido Mina and Kurahashi
Takaoka Akira and Tomura Shigaraki
*It is worth noting that both works lose much quality in their second season. read more
Both series were from the weekly magazine shonen jump, had a high school background and provided a lot of characters. Both series had the potential to develop every character in the same class as the main character, so the story was shown not only about main character or main heroine but also all the characters within the class.
Both shows involve a class of high school students who are suddenly forced into a situation where they have to kill to survive, although in Danganronpa they are killing each other instead of a specific target like in Ansatsu Kyoushitsu. Both have a quirky, nonhuman antagonist and use a weird blend of humor and darker elements. The main protagonist of both series is a typical weak-looking guy who is actually quite perceptive and smart. The art style is also somewhat similar.
Both are an abnormal classroom setting, with a big cast of unique characters, including a small male protagonist and a bizarre, childish yet malevolent "teacher" (a teddy bear and an octopus). The animation styles are also quite similar.
both shows are about students and their mutual killing life in school, the only difference between them is that in one the students have to kill other students, while the other they have to kill their teacher. but both are about surviving and know how to trick your target
plus non human creatures as their teachers
Assassination Classroom and Danganronpa are very SIMILAR because...
- They both revolve around killing.
- They are both quirky anime.
- They can make you laugh at the worst time.
- They both have at least one character that looks like the opposite gender.
These two anime are DIFFERENT because...
- One revolves around killing everyone while the other one revolves around killing one person.
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- A group of students stuck in a killing game.
- Students all have their special talents/quirks.
- Similarly kindly/tame-looking protagonist.
Danganronpa is the darker of the two, focusing on the mystery and battle aspect, with multiple brutal murders; whereas Ansatsu Kyoushitsu is more laid back and more focused on the student life aspect.
Non-human teacher forces students to become killers.
Danganronpa is darker though, while Ansatsu is more of a comedy.
Both also have a lot of mystery surrounding how the students got put in their situations in the first place.
Both also have really fun animation/art styles in it too.
Where Danganronpa consists of students trying to kill each other, Ansatsu Kyoushitsu (Assassination Classroom) consists of students banding together to kill their teacher (who is also an unidentified organism who spurs the students into assassination). However, Assassination Classroom is a more uplifting series in comparison to Danganronpas mysterious and dark atmosphere.
These animes are so similar in the storty. Both of the them has weird story and a person looks like a monster who want to destroy something , and they are so funny too :), you will enjoy watch these animes :)
-Both Anime involved some people trapped inside a school.
-Both Anime involve killing someone(Koro-sensei in Assasination Classroom and the other students in Dangan Ronpa) to achieve the goal.
-Both Anime hav a non-human character.
-Both have humor.
-Both non-humans ARE funny.
Both are classroom oriented anime with assassination themes. They will focus on the class as a whole, and usually cover most student's backgrounds. The main characters look a bit similar (young features, large eyes, small frame). Ansatsu Kyoushitsu has more comedy, though.
-They both have the teacher vs students feel
-They both have something to do with death
-The teachers appear not to be human
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- Each character has a unique talent
- The story includes killing
- One of the character is likely a trap *Inserts lenny face*
- One of the character is a non-human (Monokuma & Koro-sensei)
Some non similarities:-
- Assassination classroom is more likely a comedy show while Danganronpa is more dark.
- Danganronpa is more about killing each students while Assassination classroom is more about a group of students in that one class killing their teacher.
-both animes are about killing
-they have the same art style
-they have no choice but to kill someone or else something bad will happen
-its a life or death situation
-one is more chearful
-in one they have to kill eachother in the other they kill the teatcher
The main cast or the students of each series has to go through trails in their school lives. Due to circumstances that each student has, both of the students have to go through their school lives in extraordinary events to solve the mundane yet meaningful aspects in their lives.
- japanese elite school
- main cast is the "bad" class, where only students with problems are
- both anime focus on the main characters (with their "hidden" personalities, pasts and relation to each other)
- same director, same studio
Disclaimer: this is based on Ep 1 only, I will update it if needed after other episodes
-Same setting where your class 'aka rank' decides what you can do and what not
-Both Mc seem 'kinda' normal while they have great potential
-Kikyou feels like kayano
-Both have different but interesting story/plot while they are different from one and another
Both of the main story is centered to E- Class which is the lowest of the low in their school. The characters have similar personalities. They strive for being graduated from their school which it is not an easy task.
Both are animes that leave you wanting more each episode. Even though the plot are different, both anime share a similarity of their class, 3-E (Ansatsu Kyoushitsu), 1-D (Youkoso Jitsuryoko Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu) achieving a goal. 3-E wanting to kill their teacher and 1-D wanting to reach class 1-A.
The similarity between the two anime is that they both focus on Education related fields.Both take place in high school and make sure each and every character has a part in the plot. Both are enjoyable but due to the dynamic change of evens it keeps the audience glued to their seats and keeps on building the suspense even after the current events are over but carving a way for the future events to unfold.
Both have teenagers wielding pistols, sniper rifles, and automatic weapons. Both have a very large cast of characters, almost all of which are students. The comedy style is, in my opinion, very close to that of Angel Beats. It isn't really trying to make you sad like Angel Beats does, but I really get the same feel off of both of them.
These 2 animes are heart gripping, emotional and tear dropping. The plot will make you get closer to each anime character but once that's gone, it's over. Character growth has a very big part to play and you will surely be satisfied with the actions of the main characters.
Both are high school comedies where the teacher is a helpful, but unusual person. In the case of Assassination Classroom, the teacher is an alien who is bent on destroying the world, while in Ultimate Otaku Teacher the teacher is an otaku who uses stuff he picked up from watching anime to teach class. Both teachers are very helpful towards their students who had a grim outlook on life prior to meeting them.
The Ultimate Sensei who arrives and gives life lessons to their students. Both of them care for their well being and dreams. One is an alien sensei who tries to get his students to kill him. The other an Otaku. They have an unusual way or style of teaching.
This is like a deja'vu. When i watched the first episode of Denpa Kyoushi i imediately remembered Ansatsu.
Both have a "super teacher" that cares about his students and want them to be happy. While in Denpa Kyoushi we have a brilliant NEET, in Ansatsu we have a mutant .. but that's not really a difference xD
Both anime look to teach us something using comedy.
* Both have ”SUPER TEACHERS” (Koro-sensei & Kagami Junichirou) & ultra annoying chairmans (Hiiragi & Asano)
* Both has nice character designs ( Denpa Kyoushi has way better designs )
* In both, we see everyday life of students/teachers while they're at school..
* Pretty nice OST's... characters voices also...
* Both have funny moments (again +1 for DK)
* Both have pretty serious episodes, but at the end our MC-kun's will always win...
! FFS, WATCH DK if you liked AssClass....
The animes both have the same teacher and student setting except AK is more about sci-fi, action and comedy, while DK is more on the slice of life, comedy, romance, gender bender and harem. Charcaterwise, in AK the teacher is an alien who wants to be killed while in DK the teacher is an otaku who wants to get his students to be involved in his virtual world.
The baseline approach of a new and improvised teacher is same as Ansatsu Kyoushitsu. However the setting is in a real 21st century world with 21st century problems including the sense of entertainment and much more
Both are focused on the underdog low scoring class and the class progressively becomes more 'skilled'
In Ansatsu Kyoushitsu it's more plot driven, and has more of a shounen-fight vibe However, both have well rounded and lovable characters, and also hilarious moments
If you like one, chances are you'll like the other :D
Baka and test is about a group of students who are in the lowest class of their school F class, they get looked down upon by the other students while in f class there goal is to challenge each class above them and get to the A class, now how is this similar to Ansatsu Kyoushitsu.
Ansatsu Kyoushtu is about E class student the lowest class in the school who are looked down upon by the peers, but their goal is to kill their teacher, both shows also share a similar comedic style, so if you like one or another I recommend to check them out. read more
1. Both animes are school oriented and both animes have their school classes based on the student's grades. E.g Class E corresponds to the E grade.
2. The main characters are all in the bottom class and are ostracized from everyday school life.
3. Nagisa and Hideyoshi are both androgynous
Baka to test and ansatsu kyoushitsu are similar in my opinion because they both take place in a school where poor grades can be really rather punishing. Both of these anime's show how the kids with lesser intelligence tend to struggle more yet manage to become successful through their hard work; for example in ansatsu kyoushitsu- whilst trying to assassinate a deadly octopus teacher the students grades in that class rise to match those to students who are in a better working condition. This is like baka to test as students try to beat students avatars, their avatars which are strengthened by grades in their tests, and earn better learning conditions.
Both of these animes are also very funny and have rather stupid jokes that you kind of feel guilty for finding so funny. read more
Class 2-F and 3-E are not expected to do well at all, yet they have their sights on over taking the Class A jerks. Sure their reasons and methods differ, but in both you have a solid group of characters plotting (militaristically) to take down the higher classes.
Both shows involve a "special" class of high school students who are given a target to assassinate by a certain time period. While Akuma no Riddle is less humorous and has an all-female cast, Ansatsu Kyoushitsu uses more quirky humor and a target that is virtually indestructible. Both series have a blue-haired protagonist who is level-headed and competent at what they do.
Assassination Classroom is about a school's class E (the lowest class in their prestigious school) being assigned a top secret mission to kill their teacher, a bizarre happy-go-lucky alien octopus, by the Japanese government. Their teacher plans to destroy the Earth by next March if they fail their task. Gintama is about a misfit trio who work as Jack of all Trade types in a strange Edo-like era with up-to-date gadgets that has humans and aliens from all walks of life. The situations in both series are random and unpredictable and both shows are absolutely ridiculous, yet really funny. Assassination Classroom would fit right into being a Gintama arc. Assassination Classroom is a continuous show, while Gintama is sometimes episodic and sometimes has arcs (ranging roughly from 2 episodes to 10 episodes approximately). As I said, both shows are really strange, but if you like one, there's a good chance you'll like the other.  read more
Both of these anime will surely grow on you. Both are filled with comedy and moving lessons in life. If you want an anime that will inspire you and set you straight when you are feeling lost these shows are diffidently what you should watch.
"How is Ansatsu Kyoushitsu (TV) similar to Aoharu x Kikanjuu?"
If we're talking about action here, both mc know the word BLOOD LUST!!!!
I mean duh everyone know the word blood lust BUT I'M NOT TALKING ABOUT IT LITERALLY, LIKE YOU'LL FEEL THE SAME INTENSITY WHEN YOU WATCH EITHER MCs
In attack on titan there is a class of teenagers who are learning how to take down titans and in doing so can save the last of humankind. in assassination classroom Class 3-E are learning about how to become assassins so that they can kill koro-sensei and save the world. however attack on titan is set more in the past and assassination classroom is set in modern day.
Both anime focus on teenagers being thrown into a situation they'd rather not be in - and both groups must focus on killing their enemy. Both AOT and AC have plenty of action, but they both still have an awesome story, memorable characters that you'll grow to care for and plot twists that keep the series from becoming boring.
I'm new in recommending things but I think there are something similar with these two.
[for AnsaKyou, I actually focused on S2]
Different setting, different story and even different concept. But there are a big similarity between these two: Both leave about the same impression to the watchers. The settings and background are not that alike, but you'll find that both are actually alike in terms of what the shows want to present to the watchers, just different on what field of range it takes. [Example: Both are about self development and what life is, just HxH is more to an adventure and friendship (especially Chimera Ant arc) while AnsaKyou is more to a student's life and their future.]
There are also other similarities:-
+both are very genius; HxH is more to the intelligent while AnsaKyou is more to the philosophy.
+both have a great fight scene
+both use strategy as the main element
+both are analytical (HxH is superior in this)
+both do explain things so watchers can understand what happens.
<>Settings,story and concept does not promise everything. Its tiring if same thing is repeated over and over again without anything new or some variation. So its good if the main idea is expressed by variety of ways. Watching AnsaKyou sometimes reminds me of HxH, so I think you should watch both! read more
While the actual Plot might be quite different, the overall atmosphere, fight scenes, and relationship between the main characters (Gon and Killua, Nagisa and Karma) is very similar.
Karma and Killua are VERY similar, both have a sort of "switch" they turn on during a fight, or to scare someone where they seem very bad ass and fangirls everywhere scream.
Nagisa and Gon are not as similar, but have the same "i must protect my friends no matter what" kind of persona.
The animation in both is top notch and fight scenes are more than just "Nakama power" and have brains behind them .
Both are a MUST WATCH  read more
Both of these anime are pretty much based around a class of rejected students who are put into their own rejected class (or dorms) away from the main campus, who learn to accept their place in the school system as rejects.
We watch the two classes work towards their end goal, which is, though a little different between the two shows, ultimately to graduate and figure out what they want to do in the next stage in their lives.
Both have a central idea for each episode. While Assassination Classroom deals more with virtues and morals in contrast to Sakurasou's expression of concepts of emotions and aspects of society, each episode is structured in a similar fashion as to express their respective ideas. Both stories center around a cast of misfits and their attempt at advancing themselves and at a much grander scheme.
One contrast between these two series is their ways of showing the theme of perseverance. While Assassination Classroom focuses on the sucess that follows hard work and the fruits of effort in order to convey the importance of perseverance despite the odds, Sakurasou focuses on dealing with and overcoming failure. It contrasts the choice of accepting the fact that the failure is a sign of a lost cause with the choice of reflecting on the failure to improve. Both shows have their own approach to this subject, and both convey their own message magnificently.
And both are very effective in their use of comedy. read more
You could tell merely by the title that both shows are incredibly different. Their tone, comedy, characters, setting, story - in neither are they alike. If you appreciated Assassination Classroom for the action, you will be disappointed. If you appreciated Royal Tutor for, well, the concept, you may end up let down.
However, at heart, they both display the value of real education. Honestly, in both, the students learn to love learning. Dissimilar and similar at the same time, if you think about it, somewhere along the line both shows preach the same -
among other things.
If you like ansatsu kyoushitsu, you might like katekyo hitman reborn too:
-Both are about teacher who's teaching his students how to be criminals
-Both are comedy
-Koro sensei is similar to Reborn, hardworking teacher, and iconic main characters
You should watch katekyo hitman reborn!!!
The main character in both is a supernatural/ultrapowerful being who can pretty much do whatever it wants. It will be a hard time killing either Korosensei or Sebastian. Comedy also plays a huge part in both shows, although the humor in Black Butler is much darker. Both series also have huge casts.
it's from most of the crew of assassination classroom, features a male main character that looks and sounds like a girl, and features a dark story revolving murder and a thread to mankind in a school setting.
Both involve an unique op teacher, who has an unknown past (in both the past is explained after some time and the pasts are pretty similar).
His students hate him first, but after some time they begin to like him.
Both series revolve around a surprisingly nice living natural disaster, both of whom have enormous bounties on their heads, and take a pacifist approach despite how easily they could kill anyone and everyone who stands in their way.
Both characters caused widespread disaster in their backstory for reasons that are kept hidden. Their motivation revolves around a woman in their backstory whose significance is kept vague.
They also have a brother with similar abilities, who they are enemies with.
Koro-Sensei and Triguns main character Vash the Stampede shares lots of similarities. Both have a bounty on their heads but acts carefree. They are both feard, Koro-Sensei for blowing up the moon and Vach for blowing up cities. However, they are both skilled and are good and strong fighters. Both of them have hidden special abilities and both are fast runners (of course is Koro-Sensei faster). Their backgrounds have also many similarities, but they remains unknown or vague, but is reviled later in (Koro-Sensei’s is reviled in season 2).
Oh, and both have a sweet-tooth!
Both anime revolves around students in a certain class. Also, I think the personalities and friendship between Nagisa and Akabane in Assassination Classroom is kind of similar to Midoriya and Bakugou's in My Hero Academia. Nagisa and Midoriya being the subdued, observant guy who used admire close friend. While Bakugou and Akabane being the seemingly brash and delinquent guy that actually quite smart and tactical, and both pushed the person who used to be their close friend away after they realized the said friend is actually not really the weak guy they thought before.
In both there is a really abnormal teacher in a very abnormal class, but in both this abnormal teacher acts as a great support to the student and counsel them to remove despair, in anatsu kyoshitsu it is quite clear that koro really loves his students, in sayonara he might not be straight abt it but inside he loves them
-Lets strat with the most obvious in those both seires, they are both have the same mangaka Yuusei, Matsui.
-Both shows the seek to know the ULTIMATE Mystorious thing in the storyline such as "who really is koro-sensei?" or on ther other show - "what really happned to Yako's father?" and so on...!
-Both animes has a "Unique" main character which isn't like any other regular person
-Both main character can't be actually identifed as Good or Bad personallity as for their S (Sadistic) side of them, or on the other side, to destroy Earth (ansatsu kyoushitsu).
-Both seires has a villain with an unknown personallity or past or even Motives!
(and in my Opinion, on each of thier own shows, the villain has an epic voice actor such as Romi Park for the villain in Neuro and Ogata Megumi for Ansatsu) read more
it's made by the same autor, and it has some things that are similar, like an overpowerd character in an anime that isn't a battle shounen (and that's not the protagonist)and the comedy is prety similar. I've seen that almoust no one knows this anime, and I realy like it
Both shows follow a character that is intent on taking over/destroying the world. However in the process of doing so this character takes on the position of a job. Similar styles of humor as both have a lot of jokes centered around the main character's career option. The Devil is a Part-Timer! features a lot of jokes about fast food while Assassination Classroom features a lot of classroom humor. Despite the intentions of the main characters both are actually very likable characters and some of the jokes come from how they interact with other characters.
In both anime; K-On! and Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, the main protagonists are generally high school students and a majority of the scenes are in school. The teacher(s) in both anime show very close relations with their students and help them aspire to become more proficient in their interests and goals in the anime.
These shows aren't too similar in terms of plot, but I feel that if you loved the characters and their relationships in one show, you will like the other. As both of these series progress, I found Koro-Sensei (Assassination Classroom) and Dazai (Bungo Stray Dogs) to be very similar in personality and past experiences that shaped them into the person they've become. I also found Akutagawa (Bungo Stray Dogs) to be very similar to The Reaper (Assassination Classroom), and Oda Sakunosuke (Bungo Stray Dogs) played a very similar role to Aguri Yukimura (Assassination Classroom) in encouraging Koro-Sensei and Dazai to change their way of life.
Both have bright and colorful animation styles, they have their funny and serious moments. One has a teacher that is the grim reaper (death), the other is where the students try and to kill their teacher. Both are really great and can give you the feels, I really enjoyed both.
- In both animes, the story is about the unique students of a class (as the name suggests)
- Both classes suffer of discrimination and have a lot of problems
- Despite all the difficulties, they manage to get over everything thanks to their perseverance
although these to series seem very different at first glance: one of them is a sports anime whilst the other is action but i found that a lot of the elements that i enjoyed in kuroko no basket can be found in assassination classroom:
- both series don't dwell too much on the logic of whatever is going on in the series. if youve seen either one of the shows you will know that some of the occurances in the series are so absurd and illogical which is what, in my opinion, made them feel so lighthearted and fun
- the characters in both series are very similar: take the two main characters as an example; kuroko and kagami and nagisa and karma. nagisa and kuroko- the main protaginists are the blue headed, shy, weak looking characters who are actually secretly powerful and sneaky. both characters hide behind the light of their hot headed, dominant, aggresive, strong red headed friends.  read more
What do Assassination Classroom and Love Chuunibyou and other delusions have in common? Well...
They both have wacky characters who you can fall in love with. Assassination classroom has a monster come teacher who provides many life lessons to his students and literally asks to die. His students are going through a rough time in their life, and are exposed to some new situations that help them develop as humans. The show really does good at making you have mixed feelings. Kill the teacher and save the world, or let him live and die horribly? Actually that seems pretty one sided when in writing...
Meanwhile, Chuunibyou is about a few kids who have been exposed to "8th grade syndrome" (as it is called in the dub). Their experiances together help them develop and look inwards at themselves, and see what they really want from life. In the case of assassination classroom, Koro-sensai helps these kids turn into adults, while in Chuunibyou, it is their friendship that helps them develop and change.
So both are about people growing and changing through experiances, both are are comedic, and both are great anime. You'll probably like one if you liked the other, because though they are similar, they are also refreshingly different. read more
The characters and Koro-sensei have super abilities but they are nkt for action scenes instead they rarely use their powers in helping or making a laugh to other people. There is more comedy than action in these two.
Both anime balance the genres of action and comedy in a high school setting. FMP differs with its comedic situations originating from its military protagonist as he struggles to fit into the normality of high school, whilst also working to protect one of the school students from harm. While the story of Ansatsu Kyoushitsu involves a classroom of students assigned to assassinate a powerful creature, as he becomes their teacher, with its comedy originating from the pranks, mishaps and fails of the characters. So, if your a fan of stories that incorporate and constiently switch between the genres of comedy and action than you'll be sure to like both works. read more
Ben-to is about people fighting for food, and each one trying to become the best.
Assassination classroom is about students tryng to kill their teacher to earn a load of money from the government.
Both have action, comedy and surrealism. However, Assassination Classroom has more emotional impact, as well as life lessons.
Both shows have similar approaches to humor and both are action shows.Although they are both very different in plot, the way in which this is paced and the fact that both have a "school boy by day, kickass by night" duality that lets you see the characters in different settings and therefore manages to deepen the relationships with the extensive cast of support characters that both shows have.
Both anime have a classroom setting with a wide variety of cast. Both of them have a class where most of the students have unique characteristics which make the anime more enjoyable. If you want an anime having a classroom setting where you wish to very much be a part of it, these are for you.
I wasnt planning on using the "similar recomendation" thing but seems like im forced to do so , i put Fate/Zero for 2 main reasons : 1st both shows have a large roster of well made/developed characters and all of them have some importance in the overall plot and 2nd both shows become absolute awesome in their respective second seasons.
And here's why you should watch this amazing show :
1:The show is able to handle and develop a roster of about +30 characters at the same time while giving them some self-scenes , also everyone of them is important in their own way , you basically feel like they are all independent individuals with their motivations, pasts , etc.
2:Since this is spoiler free i wont give any context neither i will say what happens but in the end of the 2nd season , every character who's been developed for 45 (aprox) episodes are part of what i think is the best scene i've ever seen , taking the scene literally a whole episode.
3:1st season is good but nothing special overall , but that entire season is basically a warm up for all the good stuff thats coming on the 2nd season , if you can enjoy the first season , you will love the entire show once you finish it
4:Koro-sensei read more
They both have two Hilarious main characters who are both OP and trying to find a more challenging opponent to match up with their skills. Koro Sensei is trying to find a student who can kill buy the time his students graduate and Saitama after realizing he is too strong is getting bored of killing villains with One punch so in the end he is still trying to find a challenging opponent.
Both Stories are VERY good and action packed. Also Saitama and Koro-Sensei are both teachers.
They're both great shows to watch!
Both shows feature an unlikely candidate for a teacher: in Gokusen, the teacher is a daughter of Yakuza and in Assassination Classroom the teacher is a bio-engineered squid man thing. Both shows have a teacher working with a class of students deemed unteachable and unworthy by the rest of the school. In both cases, the teacher strives to improve the confidence and academic ability of the students. However, Assassination Classroom has the added bonus of generating assassins (which somehow works out to be more humorous than violent). Don't be fooled though, Gokusen has its fair share of action too, since it takes place in a school for juvenile delinquents and the teacher is involved with the Yakuza scene. read more
While "Another" is more horror and "Ansatsu Kyoushitsu" - more humorous, both stories involve a class which is being avoided by others. These two animes also involve a certain "ritual", which is done by the whole class, for example killing Koro-sensei in "Ansatsu Kyoushitsu" and ignoring a certain student in "Another".
"Assassination Classroom" and "Cross Road" are both anime that involve a school setting and was sponsored by Z-KAI - a Japanese company running cram schools and correspondence courses for students.
These two works teach the importance behind a good education as well as how efforts must be put in by both the educator and the student for a good learning experience.
The hilarious antics and OTT battles that characterise Ansatsu Kyoushitsu and Kill la Kill do nothing to undermine surprisingly strong and insightful character focuses and compelling conflicts that can get seriously intense. Imaginative and strange without being overly silly, both shows are perfect for people who love creative visuals, fun scenarios and nuanced protagonists.
Episodic anime based on teachers who care for their students while being accompanied with a dark tone. While Nube has more horror elements than Assassination Classroom, I feel both Nube & Koro Sensei are very likable teachers.
Both series take place in a run-down wooden school building, surrounded by green hills and nature, in schools with similar names (Asahigaoka and Kunugigaoka). The day to day life in class is featured, over a year (this includes the second series in both cases). During this time the the students show more and more of their individual skills and strenghts, which are further expanded during occasional excursions and trials. The teachers have quite different teaching styles (Koro sensei is very energetic and passionate, while Miyauchi sensei is rather phlegmatic and even sleeps during class), but they both tend to every single student individually in their own way.
I think there are enough similarities between these titles that if you enjoyed one, you may also enjoy the other, despite or maybe because of the differences. read more
How does assassination change a person? Will a common target help a group of assassins form a bond, or the opposite? How do assassins even act? And who or what are they even killing for?
How troublesome it is to be a contracted killer. These questions will be tackled by Darker than Black in a rather sinister fashion, offering an insight into the world of organized crime, while Ansatsu Kyoushitsu will shed some light on how regular life is for students who are supposed to assassinate their teacher and how they interact with the underground world.
In the end, is either world as mild, or heartrending, as you would expect? Well, as it turns out... read more
-Both anime featured a big guy with smiley face who are very strong/overpowered (Koro-sensei in Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, Earl Millennium/Sennen Hakushaku in D.Gray-man) where the MC (Nagisa / Allen) must fight/kill them in order to accomplish their mission. (in Ansatsu Kyoushitsu its their important mission to kill Koro-sensei, while in D.Gray-man Earl Millennium isn't the only character to deal with).
-Both anime have a great character development which makes it more enjoyable to watch. (i suggest you to watch Ansatsu Kyoushitsu 2nd season if you want to see more character developments).
-Both MC are in the same age (15 years old), and they must socialize with others in their community. (3-E classroon in Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, Black Order in D.Gray-man).
-Both anime filled with great action, funny comedy scenes, and heart breaking sad scenes at times. read more
Both series prominently feature a strange tentacled invader as a main character among an ensemble cast of "normal" humans, for lack of a better term, and are ripe with ridiculous comedic antics.
First in the endless summer gag category we have Shinryaku! Ika Musume, featuring the title character Squid Girl. She claims to be a messenger of the sea and has come to invade the surface so as to punish humans for polluting the ocean. Unfortunately she is incredibly naive and lacking in knowledge of the surface, as well as easily influenced and pushed around by other humans, such that she got dragged into working at a beachfront restaurant to help pay back the repairs for a hole in the wall she accidentally made. Then over in the shounen battle comedy category we have Assassination Classroom, featuring a yellow octopus-like tentacle creature known only as Koro-sensei. He has destroyed 70% of the moon and intends to destroy the earth the following March if none of the kids he's assigned to teach can kill him by then.
While the two series don't have much overlap in terms of plot, there are enough similarities that someone may wind up being a fan of both series.  read more
Although the plots are very much different, both animes tend to use a lot of graphical extended metaphors for various actions by the main characters (this is particularly prevalent in Akatsuki no Yona towards the end) (#_#)/
I give both these anime's a 10. They both had me hooked from the very beginning. While Assassination Classroom is still running, FMAB ended. FMAB went out with one of the best endings ever. Both are very funny and dramatic.
Both shows offer a relaxing slice of life vibe while offering relatable characters (if you can ignore the fact that Ansatsu Kyoushitsu has a yellow octopus admist it all). Plus each show uses their medium (farming or assassination) to develop their characters while tackling real world issues on top of having large amounts of humor. I'd say the main difference between these shows is that Gin no Saji might not be for everyone (dealing with animal birth/death) while Ansatsu Kyoushitsu is more "accessible".