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Gabriel DropOut


Alternative Titles

English: Gabriel DropOut
Japanese: ガヴリールドロップアウト

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 9, 2017 to Mar 27, 2017
Premiered: Winter 2017
Broadcast: Mondays at 22:30 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Doga Kobo
Source: Manga
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.581 (scored by 122,444 users)
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Ranked: #14632
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #386
Members: 245,062
Favorites: 2,109

Recommendations

It gives you the same feeling watching it, the soundtracks, the characters, the artwork.. they are so identical while having completely different story. But IMO Gabriel is way better than Himouto because Himouto doesn't have a plot, you will never feel as engaged as watching Gabriel, you watch it just for fun. 
report Recommended by dan_729
- Both are slice of life featuring supernatural beings - Both have low-key hilarious jokes that would be actually be super dark if not for the way they are executed 
report Recommended by bubbletea23
Both have a main character coming from another world, who wants to be evil and impress others but ends up being nice and bullied by animals and other people. 
report Recommended by Exablade
Although these shows have different premises, they are both a parody of typical innocent CGDCT shows and tell about angels and demons who have come to our world. Moreover, both titles have a comically evil character as one of the main girls. At the same time, although Jashin-chan strongly focuses on violence and pop-cultural references, Gabriel is usually more casual.  
report Recommended by RobertBobert
same plot, same comedy and adorable characters 
report Recommended by vvicked
Angels and devils forced into a slice of life situation fighting among each other with a hint of role reversal, although both sides end up just being friends that secretly hate each other. Both have a lot of comedy but Maou sama has a bit more story and character focus (doesn't always work but it's good) while Gabriel was made for laughs and a few of common trope characters everyone loves.  
report Recommended by Ptrico94
-Sophie and Gabriel have same VA -both main character is a mythical creature -both have comedy and slice of life 
report Recommended by ORION10
Both are four cute girls doing cute things situation comedies with very good humour level. Character types are different, but it definetly give you the same feeling. 
report Recommended by Ever2014
An Anime with Fallen Angel' as protagonists where we can find that they didn't act like truly Angels. The Principal character refuse keep living in the heaven and plans stay in the Earth doing some human "inmoral stuff" for som people. 
report Recommended by Geek_Boy
-Both of anime are showing girls/lolis as main characters and doing cute things -Both of characters in anime are mostly known as non-human, in Gabriel there are devils and angels, and in Demi-chan is usually half monsters -Both of anime have setting in school life -Both of anime have light story and plots, so it's easy to enjoy them especially for people who looking for relaxing anime 
report Recommended by Crocospect22
- Group of 4 girls and their everyday life (Gabriel - School/New Game - Work) - Both have the same amount of comedy on every episode - Similar artstyle and random events related to the anime location (School/Work) 
report Recommended by fourd444
Both anime are comedies in a school setting and involve angels who behave sadistically and/or in other ways that are out-of-character for angels. 
report Recommended by MorningStorm64
- comedic slice-of-life school anime - both anime involve people getting teased by other people (and that's one of the main plot points); Satanya by Gabriel and Raphiel - Nishikata by Takagi 
report Recommended by karakatsu
Both are light hearted comedies where "good" and "evil" are pitted against each other. General Vamp is best girl by far. 
report Recommended by Tinybox
Same daily basis.. With a lazy girl as an otaku.. one was very sociable and other one just wants to get some attention They prefer not to get caught one of her secrets or doing ridiculous stunt everyday  
report Recommended by HikiNEET021
Basically, both series has two main similar things, cute girls doing cute things. So if you liked this anime, I would recommend that you watch Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? which is similar because it is also light hearted. 
report Recommended by EmperorAlfred
Both animes have girls showing us their scholar life, their experiences and how they grow their friendship together with silly and funny moments. 
report Recommended by Tsukihi_Phoenix
Both are above average moe comedy shows. Gakkougurashi! is definitely darker, but this difference should not deter you if you enjoyed the moe comedy aspect of the shows. 
report Recommended by TMoane
Both are above average cute-girls-doing-cute-things in a school setting. Both are also actually funny and don't rely solely on cuteness for enjoyment. Love Lab is more wholesome and has some emotional moments, while DropOut plays up sadistic behaviour for laughs (you may or may not be in the mood for that) 
report Recommended by TMoane
Top class high school humor with everlastingly recurrent moments (which are always, paradoxically, the elements of surprise). Some surrealist elements. Similar moe characters (dumb one, kind one, shy one, cheeky one, etc.). Endless mines for reaction images and memes. 
report Recommended by EdgyEcchiSenpai
Both are really similar in reverse-roles. As in they portray characters that usually act one way. Gabriel DropOut - Angels have devil personalities and devil has angel personalities. Beelzebub - Hell is portrayed differently. It's not dark and gloomy as it is usually thought of in real life. 
report Recommended by ukiAY
Same feel where the characeters are chuuni. However in Dropout the characters are actually angels and demons while in Chuunibyou they just act chuuni. Also both share the same comedic appeal with overly dramatic characters. 
report Recommended by Qwoto
even having completely differents themes, your style and narrative is similar, with aspects very communs in "moe animes". 
report Recommended by Roberthi
both anime have the same type of humour. each episode is funny. and supernaturals characters also involved. art and animation are also the same style. 
report Recommended by Gazz
* Similar art style * Angels/shingami and Angels/Demons * School, supernatural comedy * Cute girls 
report Recommended by RJBScarletRain
Supernatural everyday life with a group of girls, one being angels and devils while the other having those who are able to tell fortunes, summon spirits as well having witches. They're both funny and relaxing to watch tho at times Urara has some serious time but hardly any really. I'm sure if you enjoy one, you'll likely enjoy the other 
report Recommended by Duckii
- Very similar character design - In both shows, the characters have 'superpowers'. - Both shows are funny and lighthearted. 
report Recommended by OOCentral
They're both 4 girl moe comedy/slice of life shows with a supernatural twist. 
report Recommended by EerieLime
I feel like they are similar somehow. They're both hilarious and have demons and angels. Angels in Azazel, in my opinion, don't act very angel-like just like my thoughts of Gabriel and the angels. They all seem like opposites and I think if you enjoyed Gabriel DropOut, you will also enjoy Azazel-san! 
report Recommended by hoBRO
Both involvers certain characters who gave up their very promising careers for a very pathetic lifestyle in gaming........where they both don't give a thing about their future. 
report Recommended by Whoahoho
Both main characters like to shut themselves in there own apartment, can't stand society, and both play games, and both anime have extremely dark humor. 
report Recommended by Drock34000
Both series feature an angel who does more harm than good, and a demon who does more good than harm, with a healthy dose of resultant humor. 
report Recommended by precurejunkie
Both anime deal with divine and otherworldly beings living a mundane lifestyle mixed with hilarious hijinks. 
report Recommended by Ahegyao
Both series circle around the daily lives of a group of girls whom have a cordial relationship with one another. The style of presentation of both are very similar to a yonkoma or 4-panel comic, though Gabriel DropOut does have more continuity. Apart from this, both anime sport the same laid-back aesthetic while both groups of friends tackle everyday living. 
report Recommended by Arelynn