The girls in these anime are perverts
The jokes are full of dirty jokes, but they are funny so yeah? xD
Male MC is the "Tsukkomi" person in the show
If you like one of this, you should watch the other one
Because it's so similiar one another
Naughty by nature! The sexual innuendo combo! Comedy wise, they're pretty much identical, and can be extremely hilarious in a determinedly stupid way and has an infectious lunacy about them. Some subtle social commentary here but the comedy is the star thanks to clever word play and punchlines that bank on humorous misunderstandings, which in turn, actually make the gags funnier. Main characters for both series share near same qualities. If you are looking for a great raunchy comedy that will leave you in hysterics than look no further.
Both Anime are very light hearted and the vast majority of the jokes featured of are some kind of sexual innuendo or just plain sexual in nature.
Shimoneta is a bit dirtier in the physical application of it's dirty jokes but nothing can compare to how outrageous some of the dirty jokes from Seitokai Yakuindomo actually are.
If you're in the mood to laugh then both are ideal, with Seitokai Yakuindomo being my favourite of the two.
Seitokai Yakuindomo has much more wordplays and isn't so artless and direct comparing to Shimoneta (I mean for example dirty underwear fetish or great hentai philosophy). Anyway both are similar after all.
Male main character who works as a student council member and girls who are supposed to be the examples of discipline and good behavior for their fellow students are actually perverted beyond belief, both anime have a huge array of dirty jokes and funny situations, if you liked one then you will definitely like the other.
-Both anime tell about everyday life of high school boy surrounded with weird environment (especially Shimoneta) and pervert friends.
-Both main character joined student council.
-Both anime have same genre, especially comedy and school.
-Although in different story and context, the main purpose of both anime is about dirty jokes.
Both includes very noice and dirty comedy.
Both includes main characters in the student council.
Both includes the fact that it needs a new season!
Shinmoneta has a more driven, not that its very important but, plot. Its comedy is derived from a goal rather than SYD driving the plot as time passes.
In the end, both SYD and Shimoneta are good and hilarious Anime.
- Both shows have a male MC that is forced into doing something that he initially doesn't want to do
- The base of both shows is sexual humor ,and is therefore filled with sexual innuendo and jokes
- Male MC is surrounded by mostly female perverts that love to make sex related jokes
I liked both shows for the same reason:
- both series aren't afraid to make really dirty jokes
- MC's of both aren't perverted and make play it straight whenever a dirty joke is made
- both feature more than one perverted female character
If you liked the comedy in one series, you are pretty much guaranteed to like the comedy in the other; they are very much alike. Shimoneta has more visual ecchi than Seitokai, but both center around the concept of dirty jokes.
They both feature alot of dirty, explicit humor and jokes. Shimoneta, however, takes place in an alternate Japan where obscene stuff (including suggestive pictures of women and swearing) is banned, and after a turn of events the characters try to evade the strict law of the anime's setting. Whereas in Panty & Stocking you got a parody of American cartoons where characters swear in every episode and a lot of WTF stuff happens. Those two animes would accept as mindless fun if you're into explicitness.
If you love dirty jokes and endless sexual innuendos in a show where every character is more or less twisted and perverted, then look no further. Both PSG and Shimoneta also feature an innocent male protagonist, or a 'cherry boy', that slowly gets sucked into participating in the lewd antics of the perverted female protagonist.
Do you miss those dirty jokes from pswg? Well fear no more, Shimoneta also has dirty jokes, just censored, A LOT (unless you can find an uncensored version). And there is a character somewhat similar to Panty, Kajo. So if you want some more of her, just a bit more tamed, here you go fam.
I know what you're probably thinking: "There's no way that these 2 shows have ANYTHING in common". Well, you're wrong: both shows feature a masked leader who uses special tactics to take down a regime they are opposed to, and they form a terrorist organization, recruiting a classmate to help them.
The differences, let's see:
-The gender of the person who wants to change the world (Shimoneta has a girl, Code Geass has a guy)
-Lelouch doesn't reveal who he is to any of his subordinates; Ayame reveals who she is to Tanukichi in the first episode
-Lelouch isn't afraid of killing people; Ayame doesn't go that far
-Lelouch wants to topple an entire empire; Ayame wants to simply be able to tell dirty jokes read more
In both shows the MC hires another person so they can form a terrorist organization against something they're opposed to: In Code Geass, it's about the takeover of the Britannians on the Japanese territory, while Shimoneta focuses on a censorship law that's prohibiting the Japanese residents from doing vulgar stuff.
Enough has been said about Code Geass and Shimoneta being similar. In my personal exprience, I watched Shimoneta first, so when I watched Code Geass there was a point in the series where I realized: "Wow, Shimoneta definitly feels like a parody of Code Geass". This is because they are both about a pair of masked guys that organize a regime resistance in which some of their friends are involved. Just to summarize it.
Something I´ll add is that ecchi in Code Geass seems unnecesary and the only excuse that comes to my mind is that it releases some tension. Shimoneta, instead adds ecchi because it needs it. it´s part of its plot´s nature. read more
Both have female characters that can fight pretty well xD
Both have the male character doing naughty things with a female character obligating him to do so
Both have the same humor, type of content and ecchi
Both have a male character trying to get away from a situation but get used to it
These anime are both ecchi.
• They share similar school environments.
• Both anime feature repressed individuals who are trying to make a change.
• Both have comical elements.
While Shimoneta focuses strongly on sexual oppression, Prison school deals with a vaguely similar issue but focuses strongly on the visual sexual aspect.
The art is completely different. Shimoneta has a mainstream character art style, while Prison school has a fresh, more realistic character drawing style.
At first glance, they aren't similar, right?
- alternative japan with a law, that prohibits something
- main character is unhappy with this law and he starts to disregard this law
in Shimoneta it's more comedy and ecchi focussed and in Koi to Uso it's romance and drama focussed
Both anime tackle Japan's low birth rate crisis.
In Koi to Uso, the government implements a law that solves this issue: Arranged marriages between two compatible individuals.
In Shimoneta, there is more of a parody of this problem. The government bans all romantic/dirty activities to raise the moral of the citizens.
Really similar setup with the male protagonist mostly getting pushed around by the female characters after being forced into joining their terrorist organization. Very similar comedy focus that relies heavily on absurdism.
Zvezda was the first anime I thought of when I saw this. In fact, the two anime are so frighteningly similar, the only difference is probably that one is about lewdness, while the other is about domination. But basically the same anime other than that.
Although B Gata relies more on romance and "more casual" way to approach sex and things related to it, both are still very enjoyable to watch because of their sexual nature. Shimoseka is just more radical when it comes to sexual jokes.
Similar minded main heroines. While watching B Gata, Yamada totally reminded me of Kajou from Shimoneta, also Kyoka's personality sort of reminds me of Maki from Love Live if you like her. 10/10 if H fully happened, but still very good regardless.
There are a few superficial similarity that can be drawn with both shows. One being that they both have a female antagonist being the top of a their respected school or academies. And also that their mothers have even more control then the daughters. In kill la kill, it could be argued that show's antithesis are fighting about clothes and fashion, while Shimoneta, they are fighting for the suppression of anything sexual or promiscuous. Also both shows are incredibly ecchi and lewd. They differ from being a fighting show and the latter strictly being a comedy.
Both shows can be seen as satirical to what they're making fun of, and contain copious amounts of fanservice. Along with similarities with certain characters and roles, Kill la Kill and Shimoneta are both over-the-top comedies that are best viewed with your brain shut off. Suffice to say, if you liked one, you'll (probably) like the other.
Both are about sexual themes and comedy genre. Both deal with serious themes at times.
Both are beautifully animated. Both have vivid, memorable characters.
They represent a similar point in my opinion.
Chocolate Underground and Shimoneta are about a society where stuff that people enjoy (Well, chocolate and erotica) are illegal and there are crazy laws and a government to prohibit it. There is also a underground group with crazy schemes to get around these rules. They are both very funny, but Shimoneta is much more mature.
While I hate to always toss out Golden Boy for a recommendation for series like this, it's hard NOT to, as it is likely the greatest ecchi series ever made. I think the reason why I recommend it in this case though is that both the series make ample use of perverted comedy, but there are also moments in which the series both attempt to stab at something greater than mindless entertainment for perverts. While Golden Boy is significantly more so, I believe both shows had a sense about that that I might suggest: "they've got heart."
Main similarity are :-
based on school life and in the MC falls for the silver haired chick . both have
female character's who always joke in perverted ways and tricks while
Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai?
is a bit extreme in certain cases.
WE have a kuudere in (Boku no kanojo) whereas we have a yandere in (Shimoneta to Iu Gainen) and both MC's Have hard time handling them .
this is the biggest similarity Both MC's get to see an unexpected side about the girl they like which they are not aware of .WHILE boku no kanojo has a lot of moe moments the does not.both are a good comedy .
Dirty sex jokes in both anime, although Hen zemi is even dirtier and more lewd. If you really like sexual humor and want something more mature and with more well thought jokes, go watch Hen Zemi. Be aware that HZ has some poop jokes and other gross stuff that may not be suitable for everyone.
Now this may seem far fetched but I believe these two shows have a very key thing in common - both revolve around a place that has high moral standards so they aren't able to act a certain way. Love Lab is more of a lighthearted cute take on it where they are in a school that forbids romantic relationships so they work in sort of an underground club to help others with romance advice; while Shimoneta is about having any sort of romantic or sexual relationship so a terrorist group fights against it so it can be a social norm once again. Obviously the biggest difference is that one is a hardcore ecchi and the other is a cute lighthearted show but the plots aren't so different. read more
Just like Hentai Kamen these two anime similarities fight well one fight crime while the other wants the rule of dirty joke be known but the similarities are there just need to see both to see those similarities
Both us fanservice properly. With Keijo, boobs and butts are part of the sport of keijo and interrgained well. In Shimoneta the main characters fight censorship that government and their school forced on him. Both are easy watches and don't include drama or anything that wouldln't fit in their world. I think they both know and acknowledge how they stand in anime and how they use 'fan service'. Keijo is more of a sport show while Shimoneta is more of a comedy. I thorougly enjoyed both.
Similar approach to sexual, silly humour, although in Shimoneta it is justified and based around a plot consisting on a dystopian future where dirty jokes and sexuality in Japan are opressed and censored from society. As crazy as it may seem, both series are lighthearted and goddamn funny.