Both animes have similar "stupid and random" humor; a love triangle between the comedic male protagonist, a tsundere, and the cutesy nice girl; a little fantasy (Baka Test has summoned beings while SetoHana has mermaids); and even homo-erotic jokes thrown in to make you laugh, feel awkward, and/or fangirl.
If you were entertained while watching Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu, you'll definitely find Seto no Hanayome just as enjoyable and vice versa.
Both made me laugh with the same kind of stupid humor. Thers's a bit of fantasy, romance and a school setting.
Seto is better though and focuses less than Baka on the boob and sexual jokes (which is, don't worry, not the only things you'll get watching these animes)
The most random things happen and then things just make less and less sense...
Expressive, humorous and interesting, both are things that suck you in using crazy randomness and anything it can throw at you.
Neither of these shows take themselves seriously, They just take a concept and make fun of it in the most hilarious ways they can. along with very entertaining and unique fighting scenes, Both shows do a great job of parodying their genres, With just senseless and random comedy each show throws at you, they are also able to give you a decent narrative when they get serious, Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu seems to do more fleshing out of the characters the Kore wa Zombie desu ka but each have a fun story line with many likeable characters.
The school where our main characters study are slightly different than your regular ones, one is about agriculture while other is more related to super-powers. Nonetheless, the comedy style is very similar and so is the art. You will surely enjoy Nourin if you liked Baka Test even if the overall premise is different ;)
+ Same random humor
+ Main characters are very similar and both shows have a love triangle
+ School setting where different groups in the school compete against each other (BtT has classes and grades and Nourin has different agricultural sections)
From the studio that brought you the action series "Strike the Blood" comes a romantic comedy in a school environmental place. The story features a main male character who are caught up in a situation revolving girls around his space. It can be either love, jealous, hate, or emotions depending their mood of their actions. Expect some slapstick, and funny moments in here as the show goes on.
Baka and Test is a fantasy show where characters uses avatar through a battle competition. No-rin is a normal show that features an Idol who takes a "break" from entertainment and attends a school.
Both of the anime are made by the same director and it really show in the art style. Both of the show also use a multitude of cliche in an extreme way. They both have a really stupid and perverted MC, the childhood friend who is secretly in love with the MC, the shy popular girl the MC is in love with. Nourin is pretty much a Baka Test agricultural version.
- The Comedy parts of these two are almost the same but Baka to Test is much more funnier than Nourin
- The Teachers in these anime are weird
- Main Female Characters likes the Main Male Character
- Both anime do weird missions or tasks ( weird & funny )
- Both Comedy, School and Romance genre'd anime
- Makes you want to watch more
when i first watching this anime, i had a feeling like the anime i have watched before. that anime was baka to test to shoukanjuu. the similarities are :
1. both akihisa and kousaku have an identical hairstyle, but different colour.
2. both akihisa and kousaku have an identical "idiot" personality.
3. both the graphics of nourin and baka to test have the same style
4. both nourin and baka to test have many of pervert characters
Both romance/comedy which revolve around a group of students, their far outlives and love dense main characters. Baka is more over the top in its antics and randomness but School Rumble isn't that far off.
It's safe to say both will provide plenty of laughs and enjoyment!! :)
Both are high school slice-of-life comedies with an idiot main character. These both involve love triangles, and rely on somewhat recycled jokes or gags. I also noticed that in the second half of both shows, there was more drama added. Both anime have a large cast, with plenty of quirky characters. However, Baka and Test seems to have more perverse humor than School rumble.
Personally, I did get some laughs from both shows, but they just weren't exactly my cup of tea.
The humor, characters, setting, and plot are practically shared between the two shows. Both are set in high school, feature a romantically clueless MC, make use of classic anime character tropes, and showcase characters the are practically copies of each other. These two shows go hand in hand as two of the funniest high school romantic comedies ever made and their similarity make them perfect for someone who has finished one series and is itching for more of the same humor/characters.
The shows are similar enough that if you enjoyed one, you'll definitely enjoy the other, but different enough so that it doesn't feel repetitive or boring.  read more
Who would think that you could get a serious Anime from either story lines, but somehow the people who came up with the idea for both made it work. There is humor built into the story line too and it is very enjoyable despite the corniness.
The "weak" protagonist (really, it's just that everyone else is too strong) is often subjected to physical punishment. In Baka Test it's getting his butt handed to him in summoning fights and by tsunderes, while in Ben-To he gets his ass kicked plain and simple... over food. (Don't worry though, they both overcome their underdog status in their own way)
They also both have a sort-of stalker who's weak to romace cliches. A male in BakaTest, a female in Ben-To. Also, they're also both poor, starving students.
The difference is the protagonist of Ben-To isn't "the dumbest idiot around".  read more
The basic concept around these two shows are competition, where students mostly fight to meet their expectations. The main characters in here participates these events either by team or a free-for-all battle in a surreal battle sequence. The fighting can be absurd, but it was entertaining and satisfying, so expect some action, teamwork, and romance in here.
Baka and Test, tells a boy who helps his friends trying to reach up the higher class by competing a unique RPG battle system. Ben-to follows a boy who is caught up in all out brawl between customers competing for half-price ben-to.
Baka's an over-the-top school scenario with lots of randomness mixed in with the fighting. Baka's humor and action carries it through and makes it enjoyable. you'll find many similarities, from humor style to voice actors, but baka definitely proves itself worthy in its own right.
Both shows share premises that are very, very unique. In Baka to Test you can summon creatures that battle for you, but in Ben-To, you have different factions fighting over, well, bentos. Furthermore, in both shows, you have people who you would never expect to be friends to come together for a common cause. The humor is also very similar in both shows in that they are very cheesy. If you enjoyed either show I would take a moment to check out the other recommendation.
These anime are quite similar to each other, both being comedies following the class with the lowest grades in the school. In both anime students outside their class look down on them while the main characters do things others can't dream of. Both of them even have a token female looking male character.
Both are focused on the underdog low scoring class and the class progressively becomes more 'skilled'
In Ansatsu Kyoushitsu it's more plot driven, and has more of a shounen-fight vibe However, both have well rounded and lovable characters, and also hilarious moments
If you like one, chances are you'll like the other :D
Baka and test is about a group of students who are in the lowest class of their school F class, they get looked down upon by the other students while in f class there goal is to challenge each class above them and get to the A class, now how is this similar to Ansatsu Kyoushitsu.
Ansatsu Kyoushtu is about E class student the lowest class in the school who are looked down upon by the peers, but their goal is to kill their teacher, both shows also share a similar comedic style, so if you like one or another I recommend to check them out. read more
Baka to test and ansatsu kyoushitsu are similar in my opinion because they both take place in a school where poor grades can be really rather punishing. Both of these anime's show how the kids with lesser intelligence tend to struggle more yet manage to become successful through their hard work; for example in ansatsu kyoushitsu- whilst trying to assassinate a deadly octopus teacher the students grades in that class rise to match those to students who are in a better working condition. This is like baka to test as students try to beat students avatars, their avatars which are strengthened by grades in their tests, and earn better learning conditions.
Both of these animes are also very funny and have rather stupid jokes that you kind of feel guilty for finding so funny. read more
Although the plot is different, the setting is same, i.e. school. The character designs are also somewhat similar. The biggest similarity is the comedy style; I got a Bakatest feeling from D-Frag. There are great characters, and plus, it's a fun series. If you watch one, high chances are that you will love the other.
-Both anime tell about everyday life of high school students.
-Both anime have many hillarious comedy, and the important thing is the ridiculous and idiot comedy.
-Both main character is surrounded by weird friends, or we called weirdo.
While not really all that similar, both show's have that school club game feel where there's not really a plot that drives the show forward but the insanity that happens around them. Also D-frag is more straight man punch line comedy while Baka To Test is more random sketchy comedy.
* They both handle comedy genre perfectly...(if you laughed atleast once per ep, you're gonna laugh more ]
* Both of them has great/absolutely loveable characters...[xDDDD]
* Both are about non-typical highschoolers in their non-typical highschool...
* BGM's/OST's fits perfectly in both...
* Girls ln love are dangerous AF!!!
* Watch BtT and DKkN NOW...[it's a priority above everything!!!]
It has a very silly humor, but it is funny and is very easy to follow, the characters are very funny and the stupid things they do in their day to day makes me laugh a lot. His comedy is more effective than almost a lot of anime/manga of his genre, and his scenes (mostly) are well executed. PD: It's a shame that this series was not successful, as it deserved a continuation.
Tiene un humor muy tonto, pero es gracioso y es muy fácil de seguir, los personajes son muy cómicos y las estupideces que hacen en su día a día me hace reír mucho. Su comedia es mas efectiva que prácticamente muchos de los animes/mangas de su genero, y sus escenas (en su mayoría) están bien ejecutadas. PD: Es una lastima que esta serie no haya tenido éxito, ya que se merecía una continuación. read more
Both animes take place in school, and has the same sort of random humour, although seitokai no ichizon makes several references to other anime. If you liked one of them, you will probably like the other.
Both are ridiculous, over-the-top action packed school-life romantic comedies with a lot of charm and great characters. Baka and Test, at least the anime, is also MUCH more female friendly than most school-life romantic comedies (save for series that are actually tagged as shoujo) as it has a lot of allusions to shoujo manga and anime (CLAMP references, yaoi implications, etc). They both take place at fancy academies and have an air of lavishness about them, although you don't get to see the lavish side nearly as much in Baka and Test because we follow Class F.
Both of them are funny examples of strange school life, with romance, craziness, and just children running wild. They also play a lot on the idea of stereotypes and how sometimes you can judge them and sometimes you can't. Sometimes the idiot can be the most charming.
3 words. OVER EXAGGERATED COMEDY! This is my favourite type of comedy and I love how the characters in both animes make the simplest issue that usually won't effect your daily life into something over exaggerated and turn it into a very funny scene. If you like gay jokes ,stupid jokes , baka characters then those are definetly here. There hasn't been a dull moment in these series and they easily fit in my Top 5 Comedy animes of all time. So if you like Ouran definetly check Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu! Same goes the other way around.
These two are both funny, tug-on-your-heartstrings shows with oddly intriguing main characters. Baka and Test, in my opinion, is the more funny of the two but both have mild love triangles, crazy hijinks, cute characters and a plot that just somehow fits.
Ouran High School Host Club leans more of the deeper side while maintaining its lighthearted nature. One would likely assume from the name that Baka and Test would be a blatantly stupid-comedy. However you would end up pleasantly surprised with a show based more on witty comedy and overall, friendship.
It involves a really similar style of crazy humor, similar characters, the theme of an oblivious person with people falling for them, several of the same voice actors, and a fun plot line just like B&T, so you should definitely check it out.
While these two anime have different settings, they are both comedy anime with a similar vibe. The main protagonist (Akihisa Yoshii and Mao Sadao) in both series are pretty stupid when it comes to women and reality. They both have a similar style of humor and are very hilarious to watch. They also share similar voice actors in the Funimation dub (Josh Grelle voices both Akihisa Yoshii and Mao Sadao in the Funimation English dub of both shows). If you liked one, you'd like the other.
thyeyre both extremly funny,one deals with not so smart highschoolers to a demon king who works at mcdonalds. they both hve fighting and most of all insane laughter.(dont watch to much in one day you might gain contagous laughter)its hard notb to laugh at verything and everyone
Hataraku Maou-sama! and Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu. Two anime with very strange (but hilarious) titles. How do these relate to each other? Well both main characters (Maou in Hataraku and Yoshii in Baka-Test) are both clueless when it comes to girls, or reality. They both have different reasons, but what makes them so appealing is that they are very naive and unaware of many thing that have been going around them. Another way this is similar is that it shows the differentiation of social classes. In Hataraku, Maou is stuck living in a single room in an old building, due to the fact that his only job is at MagRonald's (parody of McDonald's), while Emi (the antagonist who later turns into a protagonist), is living in a more lofty apartment, due to the fact that she has a better job. This can be seen in Baka-Test, due to the fact that Class F has nothing in it, while Class A has many, many advantages, such as private PC's, air-cons, heaters, plasma TV's, etc. Both anime show the split in social classes, which is a theme that is often used in other anime, but not as ridiculously used as this. Both of these anime have very unique plots, and they both include the use of some form of fighting mechanism (magic in Hataraku, shoukanjuu in Baka-Test). read more
these two anime aren't exactly similar because the characters in these two anime have different motives, but trying to conquer it just what makes both of these really funny. definitely recommend if you need a bit of a laugh.
Both are comedies that are centered around rather not very smart protagonists. Both protagonists have the affection of several females, and in Akihisa Yoshii's case, even a male. Baka to Test has a more lighthearted tone while in Sora no Otoshimono, even though remaining comedy for most of its episodes, some of them show something more behind all the slapstick and perverted humor. It's also worth noting Shimada Minami and Mitsuki Sohara are incredibly similar in personality. With that said, both are quite enjoyable and if you think so of one of the two, you should definitely check out the other.
The main setting for both Anime is a school. There are interactive avatars, more prevalent in one Anime then in the other. The main character is looked down upon in the real world because they happen to not have any ability that allows them to succeed in the real world, but once they get to the "game" they end up being important in some regard.
Sometimes we got to battle it out in order to meet our expectations. The main characters in the series, used some fantasy technology, where they used this to meet their goals. They battle it out, and mostly reach at the top as their motives for completion. Competition is the central plot throughout the whole series and somewhat romance in here.
Baka and test is mostly a school comedy, where they summon real life chibi avatars to fight off opponents. Accel World features a heavy sci-fi computer interface, where they used a Virtual Reality Multiplayer Game, to fight off opponents.
Similar artistic style (cartoonish, textures, stylish effects, simple vectors, bright colors), similar comedy and both are about an average guy with a bunch of friends that have crazy antics with him at school or other various places. Both are harem-style and have lots of girls and fanservice.
-Both involve somewhat of a love triangle
-Similar animation (Off colored backgrounds, weird coloring of characters, strange effects ect)
-Both involve a shy girl and a tsundere
-Both are comedy-romance shows with a little bit of slice of life.
First of all, the comedy here will make your day great. The nosebleeds, the awkward faces they make, i mean what could be better if they make faces when they get humiliated. Also loved the romance here and love revelations. You won't know who the MC is really paired to whom (except he has a current crush but still made a promise in the past somewhat that). The romance really makes a great impact of the anime. Some good suspense although situations throughout the show are pretty much predictable. Better watch this when you're in a bad karma
+Both are high school romantic comedy
+Very similar over-the-top humour with incredibly ridiculous over reaction/facial expressions
+The girls are VERY similar in both animes. Having a foreign tsundere girl and a shy girl
-Nisekoi is harem, whereas Baka Test is more of a love triangle
-Nisekoi focuses more on the bonds between the MC and the girls, whereas Baka Test is a slapstick comedy with some romantic aspect.
Both have the same setting in a school where studying is absolute and those who don't make it were placed in a class for losers, also it have the same plot where the loser class have to prove their worth if they're to be taken seriously.
The opposite sudden term of the most lowest rank section filled with bunch of worthless pricks or idiots for fun. Neither most of them are meaningless scumbags which points are wasted in every decay but the tense of humor and atmosphere are not the same.
The protagonists are both unique in their own way and their persistence plays a great role when they must overcome tough obstacles (and they're both voiced by the same seiyuu for those that care).
Both anime's are more comedy driven, not really putting a lot of focus on a main story line but they still do have a general plot or objective to follow. In Baka's case it would be Class F trying to become the best in the school and in KamiNomi they are tracking down and capturing all the loose souls.
both anime comprises of the genres-romance and comedy. Both anime are definitely one that you should watch if you want to get a dose of laughter. Also the voice actor for the male protagonist in both series is the same
both the main team are class F team.
both have strong girls .
both have intelligent character.
both have strategic planning and fighting.
both have one pervert .
both the main characters are cool.
both are Comedy, Romance, School, Super Power genre.
both have same feel while watching.
Similar style of randomness and humor, based around a game. The only difference is Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu is much more developed, with more characters and a better setting, and Weiss Survive episodes are really short.
If you liked the first series of Hayate no Gotoku but didn't like the second, you will almost certainly love Baka to Test. The same frantic energy and well-timed parody of other anime shine in both series.
If you like a good comedy and don't mind if some of it being a bit mindless and doesn't make sense all the time check these out.
Baka to Test - Revolves around a main character who's always getting tricked by his friend's into doing stupid things and getting laughed at.
Hayate no Gotoku! - Revolves around a main character with the worst luck always getting into situations which usually end up in hilarious outcomes.
-Both "Hayate no Gotoku" & "Baka to Test" involve a main character who is unfortunate in a way that makes you laugh each time it happens. />
-They each have a slight touch on romance but both are more focused on the comedy.
-Each of the main characters is loyal to another character and is willing to do almost anything for them with the right persuasion.  read more
Both shows have similar style of animation and character design (especially main girls characters are similar by appearance). Both of them can be considered like parody on school life with ecchi moments. They have similar kind of humor and in both is also cute male cross-dresser.
Comedies in a high school setting. Both have male lead characters who are at one way or another at the receiving end of things. They also are fond of shy female protagonists (Taro with Arashiko and Yoshii with Himeji).
They both have a group of kids in an exaggerated school setting (one school in the afterlife and one school that has students battle). They're both comedies and both have some romance in them as well. Angel Beats is a little softer on the romance and comedy, and more emotional and deep as well. It really pulls you into the story. Baka to Test on the other-hand is a slapstick comedy that will have you laughing to yourself twenty minutes after you've finished watching an episode. The romance is balanced in well so that you end up loving many of the characters to boot.
I relate these two because Baka and Test gave me the good feeling of how it was like to be in High School but Angel Beats gave me the Bitter-Sweet feeling of having to leave. It really leaves you sad at the end, but its definitely a must-watch.
Both have similar elements of humor as well as a focus on high school life. Both anime, while not being exactly the same, have similar characters designs as well (Baka to Test's designs are a little more chibi-ish). In edition, there is a great emphasis in both anime on the idiocy of the characters (though it's brought up much more in Baka to Test).
Both have the same setting and moods, not to mention the same type of story telling. Or at least in the sense that at first it seems like they have the same type of objective but then end up doing nothing with it through out the story. The characters and comedy within the story are different but they'll both give you a good laugh, and are different from the rest in the sense that they know where to hit on your funny bone to make you giggle or cry laughing.
-Although different world and different context, if you want anime that tell you about pure comedy and joke, this both anime are the solution.
-Both anime contain many hillarious, ridiculous, and idiot comedies.
-Situation and condition created from both anime are full of mess (in funny ways).
-Just watch and laugh.
Both are comedies set in a school scenario. R-15 is more ecchi kind of funny while Baka and Test is more the stupid kind of funny. Both are great, and you should like both of them if you liked one of them.
R-15, a guy with an unusual talent trying to survive this genius academy he goes too with his friends.
Baka to Test a guy being put inside the F class, and is seen as stupid and is trying to prove to the school that tests aren't everything.
these animes both have really great personalities for all characters except for the fact that I hat short haired guys in baka to test to be loved by a beautiful long black haired girl but overall these two anime are really good especially if you want to have a laugh and at the same time have school life and romance added on to that
School life, and love triangle. And I couldn't help but notice the similarities between characters: Mizuki relate to Mashiro in that they are both really talented. Minami relate to Nanami, they feel in love with the main guy. Akihisa relate to Sorata, they want to protect (take care) of the talented girl.
Shouko and Yuiji, childhood friend in love (Jin and Misaki in sakurasou)
The differ in the fact that baka to test is funnier
Both of them have a love triangle situation, but when it comes to love, Akihisa from baka to test to shoukanjuu is a lot more stupid than Sorata of Sakurasou no pet na kanojo. And better be prepared of what will happen every episode, it made me excited that I watched it for a whole day. :D
Misfits in a school setting and love triangle. Baka to Test has more comedy whereas Sakuraso is heavy on drama. The main characters have strikingly similar traits. While Sorata is an average guy among high achievers, Akihisa is the dumbest in a class of dumb people. Mashiro is comparable to Mizuki since they are both are highly talented. Both the male protagonists are attracted to this talent, and are strongly affected by it. Minami is comparable to Nanami since they both are attracted to the protagonist but have difficulty confessing.
If you found the one hillarious you will find the other too. They have the same houmor and the main characters are both dense and they keep geting beaten up by the girls. While they have different plots they give you the same feeling. Also both of them have fanservice.
Slapstick humor is a common basis that unites both shows. Furthermore, their premises are very, very similar. Both shows use a high school setting and focus on a group of... er, dimwits for a lack of a better word... and their adventures at school. If you liked Baka to Test you may also like Noucome.
Both are comedies (but Baka to Test is a bit insane in a sense when it comes to it's style of comedy), and both have kids that go to an academy where they practice sort of similiar fighting powers. Both have the same love triangle, with a violent tsundere and a super sweet girl going for the same clumsy lead male!
Overall, Baka to Test focuses a bit more on comedy and it doesn't take it's plot too seriously, while Zero no Tsukaima on the other hand does have a comedy aspect, but it also has some very serious and dramatic elements to it. But regardless, they are very similiar in many ways!  read more
Well, gintama is random and parody on several animes and Baka test is random and a parody on several animes too and they are both funny, (in other ways though)! Gintama is sometimes a bit more serious than this one, but that's the only difference. I recommend both of them!
Both are hilarious school life animes with romantic comedy involved. Toradora is more serious during some critical situations, but is still light hearted most of the time. If you like comedy, don't miss out on either of these shows!
Both shows are high school comedies where quality of school life is determined through battles. In Baka and Test, the battles are between avatars whose power level depends on how well students do on tests while in Mikagura, the battles are between club representatives.
Both share colorful cast of characters and have similar plot of school battles where winnings get you in more comfortable amenities. Difference is the yuri romcom is more prevalent in Mikagura as opposed to basic comedy in Baka & Test.
Both titles are set in High School with a large main cast of characters. Both shows deal with students in high school that go through random and crazy events that happen in their lives while trying their best to deal with school. While Baka and Test is set in a less traditional high school setting compare to Azumanga Daioh, they both have great and wonderful characters. Both are hilarious to watch. If you enjoyed one, you will enjoy the other.
Both shows take place in.high school with a colorful cast and strange yet scary teachers . But there also really different like Baka and Test takes place in a modern school with a advance school system with Azumanga's is traditional. Also have highly catchy theme songs.
They very much remind me of each other, not because their humor is very similar but because they have the same way of spitting at klichés. They both deviate from what is "classic" anime comedy, and both does so brilliantly.
Both take place in the school, the drawing style of the backgrounds is quite similar, though the humour is different.
I'm not sure if you enjoyed Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu then you will enjoy SZS and vice versa, but if you like school and comedy, i'm pretty sure you'll like them both.
Both are about a group of misfits and contain large amounts of humor. Minami and Haruhi are similar characters, and so are Mizuki and Mikuru. I can also see a similarity between Hazuki and Kyon's little sister, although neither appear much.
Both focus mainly on being very funny (in which they both succeed) instead of having an outstanding amazing plot, but in both there still is a small plot. The jokes aren't especially similair (seitokai has a lot of sexual jokes but it isn't ecchi, nor incredibly immature and baka has all kind of jokes) but if you enjoy either you'll probably enjoy the other.
Although not entirely similar, some elements are. Both Shibi and Yoshi are perverts, perverted idiots at that, and are willing to do anything to look under a girl's skirt. However, both have a sense right and wrong and moral judgement and are willing to save their friend(s).
Also Shibi and Yoshi always get beat up by girls due to their infamous perverted reputation and both their friends often get them into trouble through "persuasion"
Baka to Test and no game no life both have the same kind of animation, and both have something to do with strategy to become the best while being the ones at the bottom in baka to test its class F and no game no life its the humans, they both have players who fight their way to the top with games and both are really funny comedies that also have a little of perverted stuff.
Both anime focus very much on humor, and have a very straightforward premise.
The humor used in both anime is quite similar and focuses on very extreme characters/situations
They both have a fantasy setting
NGNL has better artwork
Baka and test should probably be watched only if you have seen a fair number of anime already, since its humor is in part a parody of overdone themes in popular anime
- The two main male characters have a similar relation, which is often funny.
- The main character is in a love triangle.
- Both Animes are just hilarious.
- Both animes are related to games somehow.
I would say "Gamers!" is a fusion between Baka to Test and Toradora! but obviously, its own essence that differentiates from both animes. It's a very very good anime and I mean it! Especially its last episode (Episode 6) made me laugh I lot, and I'm not an easy laugh guy. I am liking it so much, give it a try!
Thanks for reading!
Both anime are slapstick comedies with a touch of ecchi. To make it short, if you enjoyed light anime such as B Gata H Kei, you'll mostly probably like Bake to Test to Shoukanjuu as well, and vice versa.
Awesome! Both onime could be called "The new word in onime production". Why? 1. Comedy 3. School. 4. strange, but interesting theme 5. modern 6. original 7. perfect characters 8. romantic ... Where is "2" ? I don't know! it's unknown element, very secret and very amazing %)
ever thought there exists another anime with the (rolling on the floor laughing comedy) + incredible feels + characters that are funnier than the jokes XD + Romance instead of the battle theme in gintama ? it does :D .
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.
If you liked the perverted humor in Baka and Test you'll get more of this here. A lot more in fact. Much less focused on actual story, homever if you don't take it too seriously you might just find it incredibly enjoyable.
These are both nonsensical comedies with magic elements in them. Although plot and characters are widely different, they are both genuinely funny at times and are sure to turn that frown upside down from episode to episode it will have you rolling.
Okay I just have to step in here to tell you that IF you are a big fan of the character Shirai Kuroko from Railgun like I am, then you MUST watch Baka to Test as there is an extremely similar character (Miharu Shimizu) that both have a yuri crush on a boyish flat-chested girl and call her "ONEE-SAMA!"
They both are really funny anime to watch. There isn't a big story in it, so it's easy to follow; you could watch episodes randomly because there isn't really a line in it, but there is so much comedy in both!
Although Show By Rock is about music and Baka to Test is about school they both involve the characters having transformations into cute animal like creatures to perform their acts (where SBR is them performing music and BTT is them doing things academically). Both are silly and cute shows that are easy to watch also.
Analogy-wise, Baka to Test is like the comedy-version of Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans.
Mikazuki and Orga are pretty much like Akihisa and Yuuji. Mikazuki fights for Orga, as Orga does the strategy as the leader of Tekkadan. Thus reflects pretty much the same way as how Akihisa follows Yuuji, who also claimed and does the strategy for class-F.
Then we have Kudelia, who is the action-moe counterpart of Himeji; and Atra, who fits well as Minami's counterpart.
Both Kudelia and Atra likes/loves Mikazuki, in the same suki-manner as Himeji and Minami does to Akihisa.
When I first heard about Inou Battle, I was told it was like another anime. But watching the characters reminded me more of Baka and Test. Both shows feature a love triangle in which a flat chested, tsundere girl and an air-headed girl with a decent-sized (Inou Battle) or massive (Baka and Test) chest pine over the main character, who acts like an idiot in one and is an idiot in the other. Both shows also feature some form of supernatural combat.
Even though settings and overall plot are very different, they both have a similar feeling of random comedy, which in both cases works and it's very funny. If you liked one you will probably enjoy the other as well. Both recommended.
Both of the protagonists are very naive and stupid with multiple people fighting for their affections. They have similar comedy styles, with BTS being a bit dirtier. Both take place in a type of alternate reality where things happen that cannot in this world. If you enjoyed Fruits Basket I'm sure you will like Baka to Test.
On the surface, not a lot of people will see the similarities. The premise for each are completely different. But one simple truth connects the two. If your looking for a high school anime with tons of high school antics, laughs and even some action thrown in, none could be better than these two anime. If you like one, I'm sure you'll like the other.
Even though this animes have nothing a like it just that some characters are similar like
Himeji/ Kotonoha= both are super cute, shy big chested girls with a horrible cooking
Minami/ Sekai= both are tomboyish, flat chested girls (who complains about it) but are good at cookings.
Himeji and Minami/ Sekai and Kotonoha= are really good friends but they are both in love with the same guy.
On both animes there is a pool episode. Both have ecchi. Although baka to test is more comedy and school days is more drama.
Both series has a lot of comedy in them, both has a "baka" character in them, one of the main characters has someone liking him and he/she doesn't realize it(kana&fujioka, akhisa&himeji), both has school in them, and main characters in both are living withought their parents.
If you like comedy, and like one of the series, you should enjoy the other one.
Ookami and BakaTest have the same brand of funny, character-driven humor and romance as well as a large cast of characters that fit the general anime stereotypes. Each series has it's own tsundere, loli, bishounen, ect.
Both titles become random comedy for the middle portion of the series, while having generally uninteresting "story" portions at the beginning and end. The random comedy is what makes both shows worth watching.
While KimiAru focuses on butlers and maids and BakaTest is a high school setting, I found both to have similar humor. If you found one funny, you're likely to enjoy the other. Both series have a similar length (~13 eps) with quickly developing paces. Both series also focus on social standing (the master-servant relationship in KimiAru and improving one's service skills, while the constant struggle of the idiots in Class F to be treated seriously by those in higher academic levels).
Sometimes, there are parodies (BakaTest has a very funny Evangelion episode, KimiAru pokes fun at Death Note), sometimes the humor is character trait-based... But both are enjoyable comedies. read more
Similar style. Both deal with a school and romance story with some sci-fi dosis althought In Date a Live the main character have to go out on a date with the girls while in Baka To test he has to defend "class honor"
While Clannad is considered extremely emotional by many people, I find first season to be quite hilarious. The really sad/emotional scenes are in After Story. Clannad, like Baka to test, is about school life with comedy involved. If you like comedy with a little more drama involved be sure to check out Clannad
Both have a similar sense of humour, playing around with the most common Moe patterns all the while not taking themselves seriously. Both series are short, which gives them a more dynamic feel than other lenghier titles, but do not rush, since they have to give enough time for the jokes, obscure references and bizarre character choices to sink in. Overall, both are extremelly enjoyable series.