Denpa Kyoushi is like GTO for the 21. century. Both Onizuka and Kagami help students in their own way, Kagami using that brilliant brain of his and Onizuka pulling through with sheer strength and willpower.
Well there both just about a guy who helps out unwilling students with their problems through... well... let's just say unorthodox methods.
although they're very similar, they have many differences including the fact that Kagami does not want to be a teacher while its Onizuka's life dream, and also GTO has a lot more ecchi stuff in it. If you liked GTO you would probably like denpa kyoushi...
If you like Kamen Teacher, then you must read the legendary Great Teacher Onizuka, and shame on you if you haven't already. Created also by Tohru Fujisawa, GTO offers the same humour and obscure teaching methods used in Kamen Teacher.
Well to start the art is pretty much identical if you put them side by side. Though Kamen Teacher starts out more a little more fast paced than GTO they both capture the same humor and action from Shonen manga that we know all and love. Also, both main characters have a love for catalog woman always end up dealing with erotic and perverted situations.
Not only are both the product of mangaka Fujisawa Tohru, the main protagonists are similar in every detail. On one hand you Onizuka Eikichi, a former motorcycle punk who decides to become a teacher and helps his students overcome their issues. Then you have Hayato Juumonji, a substitute teacher who takes on the guise of Kamen Teacher, a masked, motorcycle riding martial arts expert who beats his lessons into his troubled students.
Created by the same author, GTO and Kamen Teacher shares similar gimmicks. The main protagonist takes on a role of a teacher while having fighting abilities. Although they are known differently in the public at their schools, their morality are similar as they wish to protect what they care of. There is decent amount of comedy, drama, and action in their stories. Relationship building and characterization are also prominent.
Both of these manga share a strong willed, chilled and funny teacher that are inspired to forgot the formidable regular teaching ways of a regular teacher and teach the students of life lessons and helping their students with internal conflicts happening in the students personal life.
More in-line with plagiarism than a show of respect, the beginnings of The Breaker cannot but help one think of GTO/Onizuka. A new badarse teacher starts teaching at a school, bumps into a bullied kid, has to save him from jumping off the school roof and - of course - tries to get it on with a hot female teacher. If not for the art being so fantastic and GTO being equally fantastic, I'm sure this issue would be touched upon more than it has been.
Awhile after its GTO-theft introduction period, it does go off in its own martial arts / The Karate Kid direction. However, it completely goes to shit once the martial arts elite nonsense takes over completely, late on; becoming a subpar shounen fighting manga with A++++ art. read more
In both series, an unpredictable teacher is assigned to a group of troublesome students. Both teachers are quite unusual, and both seem to stumble into fights in order to protect their students. Not to mention that both of them have a sort of favorite student which happens to be bullied in one way or another.
GTO and Ansatsu Kyoushitsu not only feature a teacher as a major main character but also what goes inside the classroom can be quite humorous with the amount of gags and themes. The main male protagonist teacher their students with some unusual methods although they are genuine about their roles. There is a large amount of focus on characterization in both series when we find out about the students as well. Do note that Ansatsu Kyoushitsu portrays supernatural elements by adding unnatural events with assassination as a theme as well. GTO on the other hand has more realism.
Protagonists that break society's norm of a typical teacher. They both provide the students with life lessons through unorthodox means. A tentacled monster that plans on destroying the Earth in Ansatsu Kyoushitsu and a reformed biker gang leader in GTO.
Both teachers go through outrageous lengths; following their own unconventional methods to help the students in both school and real life. They are constantly pursuing the ambition to become the world's greatest teacher.
The teachers that are calm and nice are not always the best. In both of these school centered manga, the main character is a perverted and violent teacher that may seem like that he isn't doing what's right, but the fact is that they are just using unconditional methods to guide their students through school-life and their personal troubles. If you enjoyed one of these school manga with action and comedy, then you should enjoy the other.
If you want to read manga about the life of a teacher, you should read both manga ! GTO and Ansatsu Kyoshitsu both are tell about the life of teacher and how to deal with many different type of students
The concept behind the two is very much the same, an idealistic, martial art-knowing teacher is hired by a school to take over the problem class. The focus on Rookies is on the delinquent baseball club. The mangaka's the same as the Rokudenashi Blues.
Both manga are about unconventional teachers leading various upstart students to redeem themselves. GTO is far crazier, while Rookies is more realistic. Rookies has heavy focus on Baseball, which is the biggest difference.
Both series is about a teacher who change his student for the better. The main character in both series are pretty similar in that they use strange method in changing their students view on thing. It also help that both are ecchi kind of manga and that both are virgin!!! lol. Both series are comedy however the way each teacher solve their problem is totally different, one use brute while the other use brain. So if you like GTO you will like this series :0
I'll try to keep it spoiler free except for the first chapter and easy
-Criminal becomes a teacher
-uses unconventional methods to teach his students
-teacher is inexperienced in matters regarding love
-lots of problematic students
-Feels to me like Hachisuka (con artist, Hammer Session) is more of an actual teacher while Onizuka (GTO) has more life experience
-Hachisuka (Hammer Session, con artist) is a wanted criminal and has to hide his identity
Both are likeable, manly, rebellious and funny series of the school-comedy-slice of life genre, and both involve delinquents, students, gangs, fights, rivalry, friendship.
The main characters in GTO are older than the ones in Kyou Kara Ore Wa, but the style and hilarity level are overall the same.
Both series share a delinquent as its protagonist whose misadventures are filled with girls, helping out people and getting into gang fights. If you're looking for enjoyable Shounen manga, then these two are for you.
They are both gang-becomes-teacher scenario. One difference is that GTO's main protagonist is a guy while Gokusen's is female. So it does have this shoujo feel at the end, but main character acts like a dude anyway so no problem. And it's just hilarious too.
Hotman is a slice-of-life master's take on GTO.
Enzo is pretty much Onizuka with a daughter & four younger siblings. Where as Oni made his class his 'family', Enzo sacrifices himself for his real family as he deals with the mistakes of his past. Along the way, he finds himself becoming romantically involved with another teacher at the school he teaches at... but, of course, he never seems to get around to sealing the deal.
There are differences between the characters, such as Enzo trying to atone for his past by being a health freak and Onizuka being a complete pervert, but both kick arse... and neither ever have any bubblegum.
GTO has more direction in the sense that Onizuka's goal of winning over a class of rebellious teens is made clear near the start, where as Hotman wanders from mini-arc to mini-arc without warning. But, nonetheless, a fan of one SHOULD love the other. read more
Hotman is what happens when Eikichi Onizuka finds out that he has a daughter because he was a playboy delinquent and was married to an actress who had five kids with different fathers. It's mature, funny, cute yet serious real life depiction of a twenty six year old single teacher struggling to take care of a family after being a delinquent and having a living-for-the-moment lifestyle.
In GTO they just fight alot not any real martial arts skills like in Aiki that's solely focused on martial arts. They are also both teachers although the protagonist in GTO is a teacher for high school students while in Aiki the protagonist is a teacher for university students.
Both are also fighting a lot and they won't take an insult from anyone. They also have zero respect for others that are mean or being assholes. (Although they can be those assholes sometimes.)
The main character wants to improve his life. Some days are good, others are horrible and are hilarious. Mr. Kurosawa is sort of a "what if" older version of Eikichi Onizuka. Both men are extremely tough and the type of character you want to root for. The main turning point in both manga is that the main character has to deal with some troublesome middle school students. Sometimes it's frustrating to see the main character get punished but there are many rewarding chapters too. If you like a manga with drama, comedy and a meaningful message you won't be disappointed.
A male delinquent takes on a leadership roll and becomes responsible for the well being of his class and his school. Tho he means well people still see him as a delinquent and try to get in his way... lifes not so simple even when you dont fallow the rules
Both share Delinquency as a theme for the main characters, the difference being in Onizuka the main delinquent is the teacher and in Yankee-kun its the student.
Both have a fair amount of fighting and exaggeration, Onizuka is more mindless fun whereas Yankee is more developed in terms of relationships.
Created by the same author, GTO and Shonan Seven involves fighting and delinquents with a tough main protagonist. They have different goals but both of them lands them in a school that proves to be a challenge for their life. There is an adequate amount of realism that especially pertains to a more rough culture in school. Both series' main male protagonist also has similar personalities.
Both of them are some of the best comedies you can find in manga.
Both of them have similar over the top facial expressions/reactions that are absolutely priceless.
Both of them also have some really genuine heartwarming moments thanks to the great characters.
Are you looking for a moderately long manga to read?
Are you a person that also judges an manga by its drawing? Did you enjoy the jokes Air Gear had?
Immerse yourself in a story about an abnormal teacher that doesn't teach kids like your common teacher would. Read as he, Onizuka, teaches his special bunch of students a bit about life that they wouldn't have been able to learn in class.
How does it relate to Air Gear?
Art GTO has is very similar to that if Air Gear.
GTO has similar ridiculous jokes that will crack you up!
First, sorry for my bad english.
So, the story take place with the arrival from a new primary teacher who must take care of the class of the high school: "the second class of high school B" (I don't know how to say it well)
The high school in which the story takes place is a private high school.
The headmaster asks to pay attention to his car.
There is a pervert sport teacher, a horny school nurse, etc.
The only major difference is that, unlike Onizuka who is a really nice guy, the guy here is pure evil.
Both have protagonists who were once ex-delinquents and part of a biker gang in high school. They become teachers with the hopes of boosting their own career and becoming the world's greatest. Because of their rebellious state in the past, they are able to conform with the students' own problems and solve them.
They both break society's norm of a typical teacher. They use their own methods of teaching. Onizuka does so in a more violent and comedic way, while Kenji follows a more logical and intellectual approach.
Both are good examples about how every theme could be turned into an successful and award-winning shounen. Yakitate!! Japan and Great Teacher Onizuka both feature an amazing and likeable main character as well as good and well-written side characters and a hilarious plot - in a good way, of course ;).
Both mangas have a main character that is, shall we say, eccentric, bold, and impulsive. The main character has to fight against a corrupt sort of system and the people the people that are trying to "protect it". Both main characters have a sort of essence to them that saves the people around them from being "sucked" into the system.
Both are high school comedies featuring a blond main character named Onizuka who is a reformed delinquent. With the series Sket Dance we have Onizuka Himeko, formerly known as Onihime, who is now a proud member of the Sket Dan, an extracurricular club that takes on students' requests for help. With the series Great Teacher Onizuka we have Onizuka Eikichi, formerly known as Eikichi the Oni, who is now striving toward becoming a good teacher now that he's finished a student teaching position successfully. Both shows are mostly comedies with some serious overtimes from time to time, although Sket Dance has a lot more slapstick comedy and general ridiculousness and not taking itself seriously, and pretty much avoids the crude humor often found in Great Teacher Onizuka. How no one thought to rec these series together before I did, I have no flipping idea. read more
It is about high school life and the teachers that judge the persons by appearances. Not totally the same but the comedic value is totally the same. And, GTO is more than perverted than Angel Densetsu. The main character also have same personality, they can sacrifice for the one they eager to protect and no hypocrite personality.
Like in Medaka Box, the main character of GTO starts his career at school having to prove himself but slowly wins over the hearts of, well anyone, through unconventional methods. It's a bit hard to explain, so it's just best if you just check it out yourself.
Sun-Ken Rock is pretty much Onizuka moving to Korea and starting a gang in an M rated manga. The humor is pretty similar, and although Ken isn't as much of a loser as Onizuka, they both share some character traits, such as being virtuous fighting machines, with a perverted side.
There were times while I was reading Shibatora that I thought I was reading a new chapter of GTO - and that is among the highest praise I can give a manga. Unlike most manga that are considered "similar" to GTO, Shibatora is not another rehashed teacher-delinquent student story. Instead of an unusual teacher, it's an unusual detective. However, the underlying themes, motifs, humor and, ultimately, uplifting nature of GTO are all present in Shibatora. If you liked one, I have absolutely no doubt that you will like the other.
I'd say the main characters really resemble each-other quite a bit. And they're both in a school setting revolving around delinquents. They're both tough guys, who're really very stupid, but always have their eyes set on doing what's right. Being nosy and involving themselves when they see something's not right.
I'd say they're remarkably similar.
Both share the same type of naive, eccentric and perverted protagonists. Though they seem to mess everything up they always end up being liked by everybody in the end. oh, and the comedy is pretty much the same.
The main dudes in both help solve the problems of others presented in arc-format. Plus I guess you could mention both are school related comedies with some romance.......but then again isn't everything?!?!?!?!?!?!??!?!
Probably not for the same age groups. But the concepts of each are relatively the same. In that a new person at school is put at odds against a group of students, merely for taking up a position of power. But the protagonist of both manage to turn the hearts of those against them.