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 your non-standard teachers who help the students and "lecture" them outside of school. This is the he way deals with problematic kids, and aid the not so bad ones. However the differences are that Onizuka wanted to do it, but Junichirou didn't, and also Junichirou is open about the fact that he is a hardcore otaku and seems to have everything going for him. Unlike Onizuka who had to overcome many obstacles as a teacher, and fight for both the privilege to teach as well as many things and Junichirou had the job forced on him against his will.
Ever assigned to teach a bunch of socially-rejected pupils? Here is your chance. Denpa Kyoushi as well as GTO offer you the chance to laugh of what a teacher can do, if he's also by himself, rejected by society. Although Comedy is not guaranteed in both of the series, the enjoyment rate will change your vision into what schooling means. But most important is that... here they share the fact that they're teaching us what it meant to be a teacher.
Both having the main MC(Teacher) guiding the students to go on the correct path
The Main MC originally not suited to be a teacher(GTO-Yankee, DK-Otaku)
The MC got accepted to the school due to the principle finding them interesting.
Both involves a MC who is forced to become a teacher in a prestigious school. At the beggining, he seem unmotivated and give a really bad first impression to everyone, but later shows that he have lots of knowledge and hidden tricks to teach his new students in order to help them.
In many ways, the newer series seems to be a straight translation of Denpa Kyoushi into a fantasy world. In DK, the character is simply unmotivated as opposed to the "shadowed past" of RMKtAR's protagonist. However, the personality and appearance are closely analogous, and the theme of "apparently incompetent teacher prevails through hidden talents and love of his students" comes across unchanged.
The companion supervisor girl which is also a common feature here [to some extent], and the socially-rejected main protagonist as they fight their point of view and prove to the world is that anime is the purest thing here. The Rate of enjoyment is very high and a good laugh to both of the show is guaranteed.
One of the best anime,which I yearn to watch.
This anime totally changed my life and perspective of viewing the world.It inspires me to do something new.
This Anime is similar to Welcome TO NHK
Junichiro Kazami was known as a physics prodigy back when he was in high school, but now in his post-college years he's got a major case of YD – he claims he can only do something that he “yearns to do.”Junichiro Kagami, a NEET who used to be a theoretical physics prodigy (but only because he wanted to prove an Anywhere Door was possible), but would now rather spend his time fiddling away with his anime blog. He has no desire to get a real job and groans when his sister tells him she's gotten him a job as a high school physics teacher at his alma mater. read more
While Ansatsu is more focused on the various students of class 3-E denpa kyoushi is more focused on kagami the NEET teacher.The former cashes on the various neat tricks and comedy involving the daily intercourse of the teacher and the class the latter exploits the daily gimmicks of an otaku teacher.As a whole ansatsu is a more entertaining watch than otaku teacher.
Both shows are about otaku(s) in the main role who are in a school setting. Genshiken is less of a comedy, and more of just a relaxing experience between friends, and Denpa Kyoushi is a "balls to the wall comedy."
Protagonist interested in teaching (DP wants to teach and in GB wants to learn), even if he looks like an idiot, he is very intelligent. He engages with the problems of girl after girl on his way, and helps them through his teachings.
The main character from both series are teacher and otaku. Both of them use their otaku knowledge to help solve problems. One series takes place in a magical fantasy world and the other in the modern day world.
same voice actor as mc, both stories revolve around them being teachers having weird wacky crazy students
studio sayonara zetsubou sensei is made by Shaft, it is also longer as an anime and its definitely older
Mad programmer skills, check. Only can do what he wants to do, check. Li'l sister, check. Otaku culture, check.
The MCs of both have somewhat similar characters, and both have been based in 'modern times' respectful to the years they've been published.
In both of these anime the main protagonist has a sense of YD where he only does what he wants to do. Kagami from Denpa Kyoushi only does what he wants. In Gate Itami only does what he wants to support his anime hobby. In both anime the main protagonists are also otakus.
Both have a main character only really does what they want to.
Both have a brother/sister duo lead that has a relationship with a similar feeling.
Both have lots of problems that only the protagonist can sort out.