If you're looking for more fourth wall breaking, look no further than Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan, a series about a highschool student with every psychic power in the universe. It's even published in the same magazine (WSJ) as Gintama, and features hilarity that rivals the series (if not even more). Parodies of shonen tropes get no better than these two. Both have a colorful cast of memorable characters, and crude artwork which gets better over time.
They are both comedy focused with the main character having supernatural abilities, in mousou the girl can only read minds but in saiki the protagonist has all the powers imaginable and tries to stay alone even though many "friends" seem to stick around. Both hilarious and light hearted, very refreshing.
Both are comedy focused manga set in Highschool, and their respective main characters are rather shy or socially awkward for different reasons, and try to deal with pushy classmates and their own powers.
Both manga has a main character that is pretty much close to a god among the humans. Sakamoto and Saiki both deal with situations that seems to be so serious in their cases, and the solutions they come up with are so over the top to deal perfectly with the situation, which in turn creates a serious humor that makes the readers laugh.
I can't help but compare both series. Both are humor stories (their humor is kinda close to Gintama's one btw) starring a totally cool and unshaken protagonist who wear glasses. In case of PSI it's clear since the beginning that he has supernatural powers, although in Sakamoto's case it isn't (I just read volume 1 and so it seems, but it is not yet confirmed, so calm down, it's not any spoiler)
In short, both PSI and Sakamoto have a peculiar humor, which at least I find so funny.
They might be different, but they share some things in common too..
Saiki's and Kurosawa's life became a disaster because of the people around them. They tried to avoid their classmates, but in the end they always got involved with their classmates' activities.
Talk about classmates, idk why but i feel the similar atmosphere between Saiki's and Kurosawa's classmates. It felt like the story would be the same if they switched their class (lol).
Both are really good manga and worth to read.
Both manga are comedy manga about a character who is slightly different to usual (A Psychic, and a Summoner) In there everyday school life as they interact with various characters who are extremely unique to each other.
Both about a person with supernatural abilities an his/her interaction with family, classmates, friends and the environment in general. Many of the situations are practically the same. And both have awful and childish drawings.
Both main characters have extremely powerful skills, and because of it they can't live a quiet life. Also they look like they don't give a fuck about anything and their replies are hilarious. Definitively both are very enjoyable and hilarious mangas.