The story of Saiki Kusuo, a gifted psychic, is told in Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan. Isn’t his name a pun? Honestly, Saiki sounds like a genuine psychic. Although he claims to be a psychic from the moment he was born, he insists that it isn’t what others believe it to be. Being a psychic, in his opinion, is downright inconvenient. In high school, Saiki is striving to lead a regular life, even though he’s still haunted by the memories of his childhood. In the meantime, he’ll have to put up with a strange assortment of coworkers, professors, and spectators.
I was surprised by how much pleasure and entertainment this concert had to offer. When you’re dealing with a powerful psychic who’s trying to act like a normal person, it’s hilarious. Funny moments come from a variety of sources, and they’re sure to make you chuckle.
1. Sakamoto desu ga? (Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto)
The protagonist of this anime is quite similar to Saiki. There is a lot of fun to be had in this series because of the protagonist’s incredible ability to handle any scenario that comes his way. Sakamoto appears to be flawless in every aspect of his work.
Following the incredible story of Sakamoto, Sakamoto desu ga? follows. When Sakamoto arrived at school on the first day, he was immediately noticed by his other students. They think he’s the coolest since he’s nearly perfect. Despite his strange and enigmatic nature, Sakamoto makes an effort to lead a normal existence. Even yet, his notion of what constitutes “normal” is a touch out of the ordinary.
2. Daily Lives of High School Boys
The zany antics that take place in the everyday lives of high school boys are the focus of Daily Lives of High School Boys. You’ll laugh at the schoolboy antics in this show.
This show focuses on the daily lives of high school students. While the lives of the students at Sanada North High School may be regarded as monotonous, they are far from uninteresting. All of your favorite genres are represented in this series: games, romance, drama, and comedy. There’s no reason why life, and particularly high school life, has to be so drab. Everything is a riot when these lads are around!
3. Mob Psycho 100
Mob Psycho 100 is a must-see television series. An overpowered psychic also features in the story. In addition, the story and silly visuals make it a lot of fun to watch.
In Mob Psycho 100, Kageyama Shigeo (a.k.a. Mob), an eighth-grader with exceptional psychic powers, is the protagonist. He has always been able to use his psychic abilities. In order to keep his enormous psychic powers from becoming uncontrollable, he gradually shut off his feelings and emotions. His powers have been reined in by the unscrupulous psychic tutor, Reigen Arataka, and he now tries to go to school and train with him. If you enjoyed this show, you might enjoy some of these other ones as well.
Gintama, dubbed “the king of comedy anime” by its devotees, is a show that has the power to put a smile on anyone’s face. Gintama’s humor is reminiscent to Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan, a Japanese television series.
There is a feudal atmosphere in Gintama, which takes place in Japan. Despite its good intentions, this show has been proven to be historically inaccurate. It is filled with aliens, robots, and humans from other worlds. Breaking the fourth wall is a great source of comedy. Shinpachi Shimura, Kagura, and Sadaharu are the four protagonists of this series. As they explore the cosmos in search of adventure and excitement, their exploits flip the planet upside down.
5. Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
Aside from the fact that it’s hilarious and bizarre, chuunibyou can be found in this anime. This is a term used to describe those who believe they are endowed with special abilities. Kaidou Shun is a character in Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan who looks like this. The way he describes himself is “”The Jet-Black Wings, You!”
the struggle to make a fresh start in his life is the focus of Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!. A chuunibyou, he originally referred to himself as “”Master of the Dark Flame” Since then, he’s just been going through the motions of high school life. Rikka Takanashi, who goes by the name “Wicked Eye!” catches his eye. Yuuta’s new classmate and fellow chuunibyou. As long as Rikka is there, Yuuta’s existence as a chuunibyou is far from over.
6. Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge
Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge is another another anime with an unusual protagonist. Tanaka-kun is a sluggish high school student who wishes he could sleep all day long.
Tanaka-kun likes relaxing and napping. Is all that matters to him. His best friend, Ohta, has made it his duty to bring Tanaka-kun through daily life despite his enormous laziness. The majority of the humor in this series comes from other characters attempting to get Tanaka-kun more involved in activities.
7. One Punch Man
Saitama’s story is told in One Punch Man. It is possible that Saitama is one of the most powerful beings ever to have existed, thanks to his powerful punch. However, the thrill of being a hero has been smothered by his easiness in defeating villains. In addition, he isn’t a hero who has been formally recognized. There’s a procedure in place for it. For the sake of becoming a bonafide hero and showing the world that a caped baldy can save the world, Saitama joins The Hero Association
In this series, superheroes are satirized. Check out these more programs if you like this one.
To put it simply, Handa-kun is an oddball. He’s another odd protagonist with a lot of comic potential because to his bizarre quirks. Handa-kun is yet another hilarious school series.
Handa Sei, a gifted calligraphy in her teens, is a rising star in her community. He’s the best at what he does, but he’s socially awkward. He believes that everyone at school dislikes him. Truth be told, he’s rather popular. Handa’s repeated misunderstandings of the people around him provide the bulk of the comedy in this anime.
9. Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
One of the more amusing school/comedy anime is Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun. The process of drawing shoujo manga and drawing inspiration from actual life is a major source of the show’s humor.
Chiyo Sakura resolves to tell Umetarou Nozaki about her feelings one day at school. This leads to Chiyo believing that she wants to be assistant to Nozaki, even though Nozaki is actually a manga artist. This leads to Chiyo helping out Nozaki with his shoujo manga, which gives them both inspiration from their school lives.
10. Tonari no Seki-kun
Depending on the student, life at school might be exciting or tedious. In the end, it’s up to them to make the event memorable and exciting for the attendees. For Seki-kun, on the other hand, class is never dull when he has so many different things to do! Most of the time he spends is occupied with imaginative games. Yokoi, his classmate, is particularly annoyed by this.
When it comes to passing the time, Seki-kun is an absolute genius. In class, he can always come up with new games to pass the time. This bothers Seki-seatmate, kun’s Yokoi, who sits next to him. Because Yokoi is the one who is found being preoccupied and not paying attention in class, it makes for great comic fodder.