Adult anime comedies are stories that use sexual situations and awkward love affairs to create humor.
They are raunchy and tend to be looked at as lowbrow entertainment, but s*x jokes are always funny!
So, otakus without wasting any time.
Here are some of the best adult anime comedy series that you will enjoy watching.
- 18. Gintama
- 17. Tatami Galaxy
- 16. Nichijou
- 15. Cromartie High School
- 14. Ping Pong Club
- 13. Space Dandy
- 12. Osomatsu-San
- 11. Excel Saga
- 10. Pop Team Epic
- 9. B-gata H-Kei
- 8. Hen Zemi
- 7. Seitokai Yakuindomo
- 6. Heaven’s Lost Property
- 5. Monster Musume
- 4. Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt
- 3. Golden Boy
- 2. Prison School
- 1. Shimoneta
Gintama recently wrapped up its story after an epic run of more than 350 episodes and three feature films.
Long-running shonen shows tend to lose their way over time, but Gintama is one of the few that gets funnier and more sure of itself with each episode.
But Gintama is also full of references that only people who have watched anime for decades will understand.
Many episodes also make fun of real-life events happening in Japan.
17. Tatami Galaxy
In its 11 episodes, The Tatami Galaxy looks at a lot of friendly characters and funny situations, but its main message is more mature and probably won’t resonate as much with kids.
The Tatami Galaxy by Masaaki Yuasa is very funny and full of surprises, but it ends up being a thoughtful look at free will and fate, almost like an anime version of Sliding Doors on steroids.
All of the different lives that the anime’s main character gets to live are fun, but adults will be left thinking about the deeper questions that lie behind them all.
Nichijou is a slice-of-life comedy about three friends with different personalities going about their daily lives.
Nichijou puts these girls who seem normal under a microscope, only to show how strange they really are.
Nichijou will attract a lot of younger viewers because the characters are young and the art style is friendly.
However, it’s another anime where the jokes hit harder when the viewer looks back on their own youth.
15. Cromartie High School
Cromartie High School is more like a punishment for the most unruly and troublesome students in the country.
The anime is happy to look at chaos without worrying about a bigger story or how the characters change.
The episodes are short and to the point, but most of the humor in the anime, like a student who looks like Freddie Mercury and goes to the same school, is better for adults.
14. Ping Pong Club
A lot of funny anime shows take place in schools, but there are some that really push the limits.
The anime Ping Pong Club is from the 1990s.
It is about a group of high school outcasts and what they do when they get their periods.
Even though the humor is often silly, the tone of the anime makes it feel like a Japanese version of South Park.
Ping Pong Club has a lot of adult jokes that will make more sense to people who are past their awkward teenage years than to those who are still going through them.
13. Space Dandy
Even though Space Dandy only has two seasons, its 26 episodes are of very high quality and cover a lot of different topics.
Shinichiro Watanabe is a well-known anime director, and Space Dandy feels like a bizarro version of Cowboy Bebop because it follows a group of misfit bounty hunters across the galaxy.
Space Dandy is fun for people of all ages because it has a lot of different planets, aliens, and genres.
The Osomatsu franchise had two anime series called “Osomatsu-kun,” one in the 1960s and one in the late 1980s.
However, the classic series was given a modern makeover with “Osomatsu-san,” in which the main slacker sextuplets, the Matsunos, are now teenagers.
No rules apply in Osomatsu, and episodes will gleefully parody other popular anime series and even classical pieces of Japanese literature.
It’s easy for the humor in Osomatsu to go over the heads of the audience, especially if they haven’t seen a lot of older anime series.
11. Excel Saga
Excel Saga is a great example of how different genres can work well together.
The anime throws so much at the audience at such a fast, chaotic pace that it can be tiring at times.
Excel Saga has a simple plot about a small underground group that wants to take over the city and, later, the whole world, but each episode is mostly a different type of anime.
These easy parodies of other genres and the unpredictability of the show’s characters, especially Excel, might be too much for a young audience to handle.
Older anime fans who have seen a lot of anime will definitely be able to enjoy the parodies more.
10. Pop Team Epic
Pop Team Epic is more like short pieces of sketch comedy based on pop culture.
Episodes jump from one ridiculous idea to the next, and some of them don’t even get a chance to have a traditional punchline.
Pop Team Epic is one of the few times when it feels like the “trolls” are in charge of the humor, and it’s also a huge meme machine.
Younger people will like the fast pace, but the references are strange and out of place.
9. B-gata H-Kei
B-gata H-Kei blends an s*x-driven adult anime with a coming-of-age story, which can lead to mood whiplash for some viewers.
Yamada is determined to lose her virginity and have s*x with 100 guys, but she must first overcome body image issues.
8. Hen Zemi
No matter which version you choose, you will see wild sexual fantasies and ahegao galore.
Nanako Matsutaka is an innocent university student who is participating in a sexual perversion seminar led by the deviant professor Kenji Meshiya.
She desperately tries to keep her morals as well as her sanity amidst the strange group of students in the study group.
7. Seitokai Yakuindomo
Seitokai Yakuindomo is filled with clever wordplay, puns, and visual gags. Most of the s*x jokes are told via character dialogue, but that doesn’t make things any less dirty.
Takatoshi is a new student in a recently gender-integrated high school and is asked to join the student council as the vice president.
Thus begins his days as the only normal boy among 3 female student council officers.
6. Heaven’s Lost Property
Heaven’s Lost Property is a little overlooked, but it offers a good experience for people looking for a unique ECCHI series.
The chibi moments might throw you off, but it also has literal flying pants.
Omoki Sakurai often encounters a strange girl in his dreams asking for his help, but he can’t remember her face when he wakes up.
When an Unidentified Mysterious Animal (U.M.A.) falls out of the sky, his life of pacifism suddenly becomes complicated.
The animal turns out to be an angel, Ikaros.
5. Monster Musume
Kimihito Kurusu lived alone until monster girls arrived. This alternate reality shows a futuristic Japan that promotes non-human assimilation.
Agent Smith’s failure leaves Kimihito as the homestay guardian of a Lamia named Miia.
The newly-minted “Darling” swiftly attracts girls of various breeds, resulting in an ever-growing harem filled with eroticism and attraction.
Interspecies sexual encounters are illegal, unfortunately for him and the ladies.
Experimental marriage is the only loophole. Passionate, devoted, and lusty ladies hound Kimihito’s every move, seeking his romantic and sexual devotion.
Kimihito and his harem roam wherever new species and events arise.
4. Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt
For those who want to add some sacrilege to their sexual innuendo.
Two s*x-addicting fallen angels follow two s*x-addicting fallen angels… and let’s just say things got wild from there.
A company of ghosts has moved into Daten City, taking advantage of human greed.
Two angels, Panty and Stocking, are sent from heaven to exterminate them — but in reality, they got kicked out for bad behavior.
3. Golden Boy
Plot: Kintarou Oe doesn’t look like it, but he is a genius who completed all his university courses and then quit before graduating.
He becomes a wandering student, going from place to place on his bicycle, seeking to learn what he can about life, the world, and women.
He is willing and able to do any job, but he has to prove himself.
His travels take him to a variety of locations and a variety of women, each of whom learns to love the hardworking guy, but not before he can run off.
2. Prison School
Prison School is a wild, raunchy ride for anyone looking for a blend of suspense, comedy, and ecchi.
The manga goes into greater detail, but the anime’s voice cast adds an extra layer of humor to their performances.
On the outskirts of Tokyo stands Hachimitsu Private Academy, a storied all-girls boarding school for elite young women full of potential and good breeding.
But as the new school year rolls around, one tradition is going out the window: For the first time in the school’s long history, boys are being allowed to enroll.
But on the first day of school, only five boys were cut.
Kiyoshi Fujino, one of the lucky few, is thrilled by this discovery, his heart leaping with joy at the thought of being surrounded by all those girls, day in and day out.
But little does he know of the shocking fate that awaits him.
Vulgar, sexy, and surprisingly witty, Shimoneta has it all. On the surface, it’s a series filled with s*x jokes, but it does make some smart observations about the trivialization of s*x and various forms of censorship.
As a member blackmailed into joining by Ayame, Tanukichi ends up taking part in obscene acts of terrorism against the talented student council president Anna (for whom Tanukichi has a crush).
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