Odd jobs trio takes care of your problem, sometimes through laughing and fun and other times by tugging at your heartstrings. SKET Dance creator (Shirohara) is a former assistant of Gintama's creator (Sorachi). It's therefore not surprising to see Sorachi-sensei's influence in SKET Dance. Comedy styles are similar, although Gintama takes everything up to eleven.
SKET Dance and Gintama' also have crossover episodes.
Now, both anime are shonen anime. Also, both are obviously comedy and how they deliver it is almost similar. Also, how both deliver drama is strikingly similar. Both anime are almost so similar that one may say that "Sket Dance is Gintama lite", but let's not jump to there...
DanKou and Gintama share comedic aspects; Gintama and its sequel are superbly funny and Dankou's situational comedy is similar to it. Both the first Gintama series and DanKou share the same director, music director, producer and a number of seiyuu.
If you love Gintama but its a bit to long you should check nichijou, just like the name tell is about "Daily lives of high school boys".
Story line is random as hell and very funny, the animation is in one word "original", the expressions and reactions will make you laugh ALOT.
NOTE: theres also an anime with the name "Nichijou" not confuse them (also nice and similar but "Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou" is the one i recommend )
These two are one of the few anime series that are actually funny without forced humour.These series don't try too hard to be funny like a certain anime series do and end up being cringefests.If you really wanna experience humour in anime then you should watch these two.Gintama has that surreal humour and slapstick comedy with some good shonen fights that'll keep you hooked if you've had enough of the all the comedy.Daily Lives of Highschool Boys also
utilizes the slapstick comedy and also cringe-comedy.Just like Gintama it also breaks a lot of fourth-walls and destroys recurring anime cliches.It has the unique episode style of having little two-minute long episodes in one 24 minute episode.I highly recommend both series and I myself hold them in very high regard. read more
* Both are comedy shows which involves parody (Hataraku's parody is more about brands)
* There's action in both shows, and the MC are badass.
* The MCs from both series were a great leader of a war in past (and both were called demon), but now they have to live a humble (but comedic) life and works to service people.
* The MC lives with 3 other people (or animal), 1 of them is a girl.
* There is a stalker girl in both series
Meta-humor and absurdity abound in both Gintama and Pop Team Epic. They both make references to other anime, call out their own anime production staff in the middle of the show, and rely heavily on sight-gags and slapstick for the comedy.
I found myself laughing hysterically at both of these and sometimes even had to pause the show because I was laughing so hard. I don't do this often and these two were on that same level of funny for me. You must watch them haha
If you think of a parody and are a parody anime fan, for a while you will always put HnG and Gintama titles together as great parody anime. Both have the same kind of comedy, randomness, and atmosphere.
Both have many similar things. To start with, both have an easy going, lazy person as the main character, a straight, simple person to support them, and a girl with monstrous power. They also both have the same kind of comedy.