Sakamoto Desu ga?

Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto

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English: Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto
Synonyms: Sakamoto desu ga?
Japanese: 坂本ですが?


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 8, 2016 to Jul 1, 2016
Premiered: Spring 2016
Broadcast: Fridays at 02:28 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Manga
Genres: Slice of LifeSlice of Life, ComedyComedy, SchoolSchool, SeinenSeinen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.601 (scored by 244202244,202 users)
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Ranked: #12602
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Popularity: #210
Members: 505,882
Favorites: 2,040


Although Handa in reality isn't as great compared to Sakamoto-kun, the two series are focused on how great both characters are and how they're worshiped at school. 
report Recommended by Aleron
Although Saiki is an esper and Sakamoto is not, both characters turned out to be surrounded by people who becomes enchanted by their abilities in school and eventually into their personal life. 
report Recommended by Aleron
Super funny 
report Recommended by CandyRat
A look into an ordinary day of some extraordinary people's lives. As soon as they get up in the morning, absolutely anything goes. 
report Recommended by Keirik
The protagonist of both stories are the central humor to both stories as they're quite oblivious of their actions which is the reason of the comedic episodes of the anime. Both characters are particular perfect while Aoyama-kun is more of a soccer pro, and everyone else around them are full of ideas as to how to interact with them while the character himself stays oblivious. 
report Recommended by Aleron
Both are surreal and over-the-top high school comedies with very similar tone and comedic timing. Sakamoto would have fit right in if he transferred to Cromartie High. 
report Recommended by GyroNinja
Neither anime has an story, its a simple plot. They are both overwhelming cool/strong and this is displayed in all its glory to make us laugh. 
report Recommended by bimbambusse
A new member joins a class and over the course of the show, changes the dynamic entirely. That is the premise of both anime. The main characters of GTO and Sakamoto desu ga? are very similar in their actions and the effects that they have on their classmates and students. They help people with their problems in a comedic and dramatic way, forever changing the lives of the people around them. They turn their enemies into friends and have a knack for swaying people to their sides. The comedy in both anime are two sides of the same coin. The humour in Sakamoto desu ga?  read more 
report Recommended by wolfchasingtime
Two high-school anime which follow a male student as he endeavours on comical mishaps. Although Tonari no Seki-kun doesn't follow a perfect student and he seems more quiet and isn't acknowledged by the whole class: Yokoi acknowledges Seki-kun in a similar way that Sakamoto's class see's him. Both of the anime are episodic, however knowledge of the previous episodes is useful while watching the anime. 
report Recommended by Pokeit
the story about people who have unique personalities that different with the other and the setting in school. tanaka is about his listless and sakamoto with his motto " do it with style" for doing anything . both series is funny with their jokes.  
report Recommended by hendrisaputro65
Both shows feature a character in a classroom setting that is OP and untouchable. 
report Recommended by ibanezmonster
Both super funny, though Gekkan Shoujo has more romance 
report Recommended by CandyRat
Both shows are school-centered gag shows that place a premium on ridiculous situations and pure comedy. Sakamoto Desu-ga? is more surreal, with elaborate set-ups at times, while Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san focuses more on fast, frequent laughs. 
report Recommended by delta5
Strange people doing strange things. Both are extremely funny. 
report Recommended by toinkine
-Both the series are similarly episodic. -The main characters are perceived as geniuses. -Both shows are hilarious, with a comedy centering around gag antics.  
report Recommended by fake_salutations
It might seem a like a weird comparison but I think both show have things in common. For one, they both use, relatively, more realistic art style then other animes which makes it stands out. They both do an amazing job of making the viewer feel uncomfortable in a variety of moment throughout both shows. They are both comedies but they differ in that prison school is an ecchi show. While Sakamoto is episodic and the comedy draws on the fact that the main character is impenetrable, like Saitama form OPM.  
report Recommended by RicardosFlick
Both are comedies with high levels of absurdity 
report Recommended by MJSpice
Both animes are extremely funny. They are both animes about high school life. However, Sakamoto desu ga? is the complete opposite of Baka & Test in the sense that Sakamoto, the protagonist in Sakamot desu ga? is basically the perfect ace student of the school, so perfect that his actions create extremely comical and over-the-top scenes. Whereas the protagonists in Baka & Test are the most idiotic and stupid people in their entire grade, so stupid that their actions create extremely comical and over-the-top scenes.  
report Recommended by MicasLenny
Both are about a character that can do pretty much everything perfectly. One of them is set in a medieval timeline(oushitsu kyuoshi) and the other one is set in a present timeline, close to ours. 
report Recommended by Slaiphar
Perhaps less than obvious, I kinda see Sakamoto desu ga? almost like a spiritual successor to Golden Boy. While very different with regards to the personalities of their leads, both shows revolve around an unorthodox "perfect" character whose bizarre behavior belies their capabilities, while interactions with them lead the supporting cast to strive to become better people. Sakamoto is cool, Kintaro is anything but, but their roles to the people around them are similar. 
report Recommended by bastard_of_young
+ Both has a nearly perfect model student which no one can take down/do bad things for them...because those model students can handle hardships like nothing... + Every episode tries to glorify these model students like heroes of some sort... + Both are set in a highschool full of delinquents... + Both has decent artstyle, comedy style....except there is always salty haters.. + Both MC's [Sakamoto & Medaka ] somehow manages to help supporting characters/antagonists in each episode and are essentially "converted" to befriend them... - Medaka is like superior version of equality officer, and Sakamoto is just lone guy who helps others for no reason = good guys... - Medaka  read more 
report Recommended by Konte
Similar in story aspects, about characters being introduced, then developed by the very powerful main character helping them out somehow.  
report Recommended by MaikuTachibana
Both are over the top gag school comedies that also have a deeper side to them that give the characters depth 
report Recommended by someoka
Both are gag anime that rely heavily on the personalities of the characters. Not much happens in either, but they're both extremely funny and feature the same kind of humour, gag after gag. They're also both school anime, so classrooms and school situations are also prominent. 
report Recommended by demision
Both MCs are pretty much perfect and sought after by other characters. Also, both have side characters that start off disliking MC but are won over by the MC's perfectness. 
report Recommended by tehmet04
The series resemble each other in the fact that they are in fact the opposite of each other: While "Sakamoto desu ga" tells about a handsome guy who is skilled, cool, stylish and popular, (whilst all what he is doing for it is acting by his nature) anyone who ever tried to ruin it ended up raising his fame, "Watemote" tells about an absolutely uncool, quite dumb, freaky and unpopular girl, who, in contrast, does her best to improve her image - and become popular- with rather naive and witless attempts that, consequently, only make her more laughable. Both are comical slice-of-life shows that center  read more 
report Recommended by kanade1111
in every episode. Seitokai Yakuindomo always present the same his trademark comedy (especially about 'ecchi'), same like Sakamoto desu ga??  
report Recommended by Akmlddn_hd
The setting of the story are very different, but offers similar sense of humour. Both anime have their characters to use ridiculous techniques to achieve comedic purpose. Both anime don't make sense, and that's the charm. It's like Manzai comedy between the author and viewers.  
report Recommended by nbyung09
Episodic series around the same length that follow cool, levelheaded and badass protagonists who impact the lives of those they encounter through their graceful actions. In "Sakamoto" this person is a reliable classmate who is perfect in every sense of the word, while the main character of Mononoke is an eccentric medicine seller who moonlights as an exorcist. 
report Recommended by Kyotso
I would say that "Sakamoto Desu ga?" is something that would get some laughs similar to "Grand Blue" out of you. They both feature over-the-top characters and the "weird and bizarre" form of comedy. 
report Recommended by PandaUwU
Both protagonists always win and in a cool way from continues attacks from their various haters and enemies 
report Recommended by Ginyusha
both are set in school a seting. both main charakters are liked by everyone. both are comedy and slice of life. 
report Recommended by IceRocketJB
1 characthers are very carismatic and funny 2 too many refences a other mangas 3 great animes of comedy 4 two charathers are very lucky. 
report Recommended by FilipeJourney
These series are much more fun if you don't think about them too hard. They're full of bizarre comedy, ridiculous (yeah, overpowered) protagonists, and most importantly, the best asspulls. Dr. Stone goes with some "scientific" trick to solve it's impossible problems, whereas Sakamoto just does everything with the best finesse. Dr. Stone takes itself somewhat seriously but it's lighthearted and popcorn-y enough that I get a wonderful campy experience akin to Sakamoto's slices of parody. 
report Recommended by Turnch
Which boss do you want to follow in your entire high school life. The scary one? Or perhaps the cool one? 
report Recommended by darksidious
Both are comedy anime and are very enjoyable. Both are not to be taken very seriously with their ridiculous plots and characters. Osomatsu-san is a little more crazier with its plots while Sakamoto desu ga? is more slice-of-life. 
report Recommended by IketheGREATEST
Hilarious, unexpected and over-the-top balanced together perfectly. Just like JoJo/Sakamoto 
report Recommended by mrzangetsu
Sketch comedies with an outstanding main charatcer who gets attention from everyone around his school and does crazy things. The comedy style is kind of absurd, but feels very fluent. 
report Recommended by Z_Tetriminos
Cool headed protag being cool. Everyone is very impressed and/or paralysed with fear and awe. Hilarity ensues. Sakamoto jokes are easier to understand for Western audiences whereas Hoozuki has a lot of cultural references, cult/current event reference, anime references, and puns that translate very poorly. A lot are either missed by translators or left unexplained maybe because they didn't want to fill the screen with TN text. Despite that Hoozuki is the richer of the two with a more interesting setting and side characters that have a little more personality. Both are silly and fun. 
report Recommended by Lemon
Both are really cheesy, but in a good way. I feel like they're both making fun of over the top cliches in anime. Definitely give it a try, it's hilarious. 
report Recommended by P3TE
Both happen in a school, and have over-the-top humor about the characters. The episodes are relatively short. As a character Masaru-san is a lot more like an anti-hero, but always prevails - even when it seems very unlikely! 
report Recommended by Dawnrazor
Both shows have quirky characters and moments that seem completely random yet, hilarious. Also, both feature characters with black hair that can seemingly do anything.  
report Recommended by BunniiDoodles
Meganebu and Sakamoto both deal with eccentric main characters. Both wear glasses and does ridiculous funny thing. In Sakamoto he is teaching that person a lesson in life. While Meganebu glasses are LIFE. "No Megane No Life" Both have comedy and slice of life.  
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
I'm pretty sure many of you have either watched this or have heard of this anime/manga. Both OHSHC and Sakamoto Desu Ga have school settings and lots of comedy. There is also a character in OHSHC that looks just like Sakamoto and shares his "cool-ness". 
report Recommended by Domkey28
The first 30 or so Reborn episodes are very similar to Sakamoto, they feature the same comedy involving high school, delinquents, characters everyone thinks as cool, playing games (like snow fights) with ridiculous twists, they both have nice characters, and even the music in Sakamoto is very similar to Reborn. The difference is that Reborn later gets a serious plot and turns into a battle shonen. 
report Recommended by Narushisto
Overpowered MC who catch the attention of the school.. Both school have some delinquent that underestimated the MC at first, but later they show respect to each other like friends. The atmosphere and comedy are somewhat similar, and there is at least one girl who has a romantic feeling to the MC. 
report Recommended by renzospark
Both have a male who is pretty much perfect in every way comedically, even to the point where he's the most popular in school among girls, except in Maid-Sama the lead male actually focuses on one girl. 
report Recommended by greeny2016