Jashin-chan Dropkick

Dropkick On My Devil!

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Synonyms: False God My Dropkick
Japanese: 邪神ちゃんドロップキック
English: Dropkick On My Devil!
German: Dropkick on My Devil!
Spanish: ¡Patada Voladora a mi Demonio!
French: Dropkick on My Devil!
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Type: TV
Episodes: 11
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 10, 2018 to Sep 17, 2018
Premiered: Summer 2018
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 01:05 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Nomad
Source: Web manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, SupernaturalSupernatural
Themes: CGDCTCGDCT, Gag HumorGag Humor, MythologyMythology
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.031 (scored by 4176241,762 users)
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Ranked: #39752
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Popularity: #1743
Members: 119,587
Favorites: 441

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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
Although not very similar aside from the "comedic sketches" format, Jashin-chan feels like a parody of Tohru being a serpent whose tail keeps getting cut up and served for food (although Kobayashi refuses to eat from it). They're also both about a human living with a supernatural creature. 
report Recommended by Modo942000
Both series have cute leads that are either affected by or affect dark beings that have come to Japan from another world. If you enjoy Jahy-sama's slapstick humor, you'll like the darker jokes in Jashin-chan, too. 
report Recommended by sereika
A sometimes over-the-top violent slapstick comedy about supernatural beings and the mortals they're living with. Jashin-chan tends to lean more into a more lighthearted slice-of-life comedy, while Dokuro-chan uses more vulgar set-ups for much of its humor. 
report Recommended by Sohlaire
Demon girl is on a quest to murderize a certain magical girl / witch. Her attempts fail in the most spectacular and comedic fashion and said magical girl / witch does not take her seriously in that matter and even tries to befriend her. Both are quality and totally underrated slapstick comedies, however Jashin-Chan contains some dark humour and mild amount of gore. 
report Recommended by Piromysl
Both shows have wacky girls doing wacky, absurd things, and each of the characters of these shows rhymes with their quirks (e.g. Muromi-san and Jashin-chan), insanity, nonsense, and still with the CGDCT-ness in effect.  
report Recommended by GiancarloLS
Even if they have a completely different atmosphere ("Haiyoru! Nyaruani" being in the love side, while "Jashin-chan Dropkick" is more in the "sarcastic" side), they both have a humor hanging on the fourth wall and blood (Yeah, dark comedy) They also get an artstyle that can make the jokes more hilarious and clever, due to the way it's presented 
report Recommended by Gud91
They are both very underrated comedy shows and have way too many references to pop culture. The difference is that Jashin-chan Dropkick has a darker comedy style while Abilities Average is more light-hearted. If you like to laugh a lot, try both animes :) 
report Recommended by Normandy_Youtube
Both Jashin-chan and Ika Musume: Are from a foreign world. Have an ambitious goal but do not know how to execute it. Both are not intelligent and can be easily manipulated by others. Both have someone they feared the most. Both anime focus on the everyday life of Jashin-chan and Ika Musume with relatively light-heard humor. Jashin-chan does feature more blood and violence while Ika Musume features very little of it. It has a relatively similar vibe so if you enjoy Jashin-chan you will enjoy Ika Musume and vice versa. 
report Recommended by TheRockzSG
Both anime are comedy which contains a lot of short stories, in which many fantasy creatures appear. In Jashin-chan Dropkick, there are devils and in Kyuuketsuki Sugu Shinu, there are vampires. Both non-human protagonists seem to be strong, but are actually very weak. Also, they die and resurrect many times because of stupid actions. Both human protagonists are highly annoyed by their partners and are forced to live with them. They have strong abilities in hunting and killing too. 
report Recommended by Jentheworld
They have the same feel, Slice of Life with Vampires/devils. Devils being in Dropkick on my devil and Vampires in Ms. vampire who lives in my neighborhood. both are comedy and fantasy type anime 
report Recommended by MustardVampire
Both animes involve a demon getting forced to live in the human world and live life as an ordinary human plus there's a lot more supernatural beings added into the mix. Also involves a relationship where one is constantly trying to kill the other but they end up becoming closer in the process 
report Recommended by VenomEmperor
Comedy revolving around a half immortal character staying over at an eccentric character's house, but Vlad has more ecchi and wackiness as opposed to the plain and tv comedy that jashin chan has 
report Recommended by tresh54
Both are slice of life anime about random funny things happening to girls. There is violence in Jashin-chan Dropkick, but other than that, both are funny at their own rights. 
report Recommended by DarkYuzuko
A mortal deals with threats of bodily harm/death at the hands of their supernatural rival, with much of the shows humor relying on reference comedy and breaking the fourth wall.  
report Recommended by Sohlaire
Both series have comedic approaches to their wide variety of supernatural creatures interacting with the modern world, although Jashin-chan is more madcap, adult, and sometimes sadistic compared to the school-bound Demi-chan. 
report Recommended by RiverSorcerer
Both shows have wacky girls doing wacky, absurd things, and each of the characters of these shows rhymes with their quirks, insanity, nonsense, and still with the CGDCT-ness in effect. 
report Recommended by GiancarloLS
Both anime involve the same sort of aesthetic juxtaposition, with a cutesy artstyle and gorey aesthetics. Both use the same forms of comedy, mainly involving death and general violence for Black Comedy, as well as general absurdity, referential humor, and meta humor. Most of the cast in both shows are also intentionally unsympathetic. 
report Recommended by Burger-Meister
Both series are about a normal girl living with an over-the-top perverted roommate. The roommate usually crosses the line and gets beat up in the process. The primary difference is that Ebichu tends to deal with sad and somewhat realistic adults who aren't very good people, whereas Jashin-chan is more wholesome and family-oriented.  
report Recommended by skyhei1995
absurdist comedies with a decent amount of blood, violence, and fourth wall commentary. and cute girls, of course. 
report Recommended by Arboria
Gory off the wall gag comedy with cute devils. 
report Recommended by werewolfgal13
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