Anime like South Park, there are many that fit the description. With some strong similarities.
South Park is a series I grew up on. The
The joke is I was much younger than the politically correct “age” to be watching it. But that’s more about maturity.
Swear words, profanity, Inappropriate moments, extreme comedy… South Park has it all and deserves its
Here’s some anime just like it.
Anime like South Park
1. Lucky Star
Lucky Star is an anime about Otaku’s. Konata Izumi being the main Otaku of the series.
She, and friends like Kagami go to anime events together. It’s in a
There’s no way near the same amount of F bombs and what not in Lucky Star when comparing to South Park.
But…. The animation style, characters, and some of the humor does make this an anime relevant enough to transition into.
Made by Kyoto Animation.
2. Good Luck Girl
Good Luck Girl is about Ichiko Sakura, an arrogant, spoiled little sh*t who has her own butler.
He almost dies, and this takes Ichiko down the path of self improvement, unknowingly.
There’s more to it than just that though.
What happens in between is full of so called inappropriate humor and politically incorrect content.
You’re best off watching the DUB version since the jokes are better and more close to home.
3. Kill Me Baby
This anime is about Sonya, a girl who knows martial arts. Even to the point of it being a reflex.
She’s an assassin in secret.
And there’s her air-headed friend Yasuna who’s sometimes the rear end of the anime’s jokes and humor.
The chibi style of art, the characters, and the things they get up are comparable to South Park.
4. Daily Lives Of
High School Boys
Daily Lives Of
All the main characters are boys.
It’s a daily snapshot of all the dumb sh*t teenage boys get up to, whether stupid, outrageous,, ballsy or hilarious.
It’s all from the male perspective and deserves more shine than it gets.
Definitely a good anime to watch if you’re into South Park.
5. Aho Girl
Aho Girl is about Yoshiko, a girl who loves Bananas and has a Banana stand.
She’s stupid and seems to lack common sense. To the embarrassment of some of her friends or people who know her.
Even kids can’t stand her stupidity.
Because of the extremism of the comedy, it’s the type of show you’ll end up loving or hating.
It all depends on your perspective.
It does break some stereotypes and cliches and isn’t what you’d call politically correct, either.
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Gintama is a
If you’re into
It’s about Gintoki and other characters like Kagura. All of them are unconventional and break many cliches.
Especially the female characters.
It has action and meaningful moments, not just tongue-in-cheek comedy or the type of humour that gets a reaction out of you.
7. Seitokai Yakuindomo
Seitokai Yakuindomo is about Tsuda, a student who starts at a new school that used to be an all-girl school.
They’ve gone through changes.
He accidentally becomes part of the student council. 2 of the
That’s the basis of the anime. Lewd jokes, tongue in cheek, and it manages to do it with almost zero fan service.
Its approach to comedy is different because it manages to stay clean without being “Ecchi”.
South Park fans will enjoy this. Every episode brings something to the table.
Nichijou is another crazy series with some of the wildest, most random, energetic comedy in the anime industry.
It’s about Mio, her friend, and a scientist girl. And all the shenanigans they all get up to in their lives.
It’s in a
From doing a suplex on a Deer to capturing the smallest details of something mundane and making it funny… And the silliest facial expressions.
Nichijou is comedy on steroids. It’s somewhat of a
9. Gabriel Dropout
Gabriel Dropout is about Gabby, an angel who, once she comes to earth, starts acting lazy and being more laid back.
It’s the fact she’s used to keeping up with appearances that she becomes lazy and plays a lot of video games.
There are other angels and demons, and this is how the comedy comes into play with the comical plot.
Slightly tamer than others on this list but comparable nonetheless.
Shimoneta is Seitokai Yakuindomo but taken to a new level of lewd and even Ecchi.
Fan service is to be expected here.
The anime is about Ayame Kajou, also called “blue snow” who’s branded a terrorist for sharing lewd pictures throughout the city.
The government and society have been dumbed down to think anything “lewd” is unclean and will arrest anyone caught even making jokes about it.
If you can imagine an SJW-driven society, Shimoneta is the definition of it. With political correctness gone mad.
The content and how far it’s willing to go should be right up your alley.
11. Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt
Panty And Stocking With Garterbelt is a wild series, to say the least. Unapologetic with its language and themes.
It’s about two angels called Panty & Stocking. Both are kicked out of heaven for being disobedient.
With the help of a priest, they earn their way back into heaven by killing Ghosts with panties and stockings as WEAPONS.
One is a gun, the other a sword.
The animation style and art are familiar to fans of American cartoons, despite being anime.
The humour is as straightforward as you can get.
12. My Bride Is A Mermaid
My Bride Is A Mermaid is like a female lead
Nagasumi Michishio almost drowns in the ocean but is saved by a mermaid. That mermaid is Sun Seto.
By Seto’s mermaid principles, if a mermaid comes into contact with a human, they’re killed off. So they get engaged to avoid that outcome.
What happens down the line is tongue-in-cheek humour, scenes that are intentionally out of context and made to look “lewd”.
Not to mention parodies of all kinds.
Definitely needs a 2nd season.