Best comedy anime — the funniest anime series list 2022

If you want to watch anime that would keep you laughing for hours, then watching these best comedy anime will do the trick.

There is so many great comedy anime out there so it can be difficult to find out the good ones amongst them. Moreover, not all comedy anime are worth watching as some can be too cringe are boring. However, in this top list, we have listed out the all-time best comedy anime which would make you laugh until your tummy starts to ache.

You can make your whole mood better or relax after a busy, hectic day by watching the best comedy anime. They will surely keep you entertained in every minute of watching it. So here is the list of the most hilarious anime out there which are unforgettable.  These anime will be some of the best anime discoveries you’ve ever made.

You will surely love these comedy anime. However, if you’re also looking for great anime of other genres, don’t forget to read our list of best romance anime. If you’re into old but gold anime then hop onto our list of best 90s anime.

1. The Seven Deadly Sins

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I’d heard of this anime before watching it, but never about how funny it was. Boy was I wrong; it’s full of laughs. It’s more comedy than action, but it’d be hard to put this anime on the list without putting some action in there too. There are some things you just have to see for yourself though, so go watch it!

2. Snow White with the Red Hair

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This is an absolutely beautiful story that starts off as a fun adventure/fantasy story, but it has some really deep moments too. It’s very well written and if you enjoy the comedy in Seven Deadly Sins, I would put this anime on your watch list.

3. Baka and Test – Summon The Beasts

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These virtual battles where students are forced to fight with their academic ability, rather than physical abilities make for some great comedy. The ‘dungeon’ battles make good use of an academy setting and the girls often win in really strange ways (after they’ve failed miserably previously).

4. Cromartie High School

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This is a short anime series, but it’s definitely one of the funniest out there. It has a very odd and messed up sense of humor, with some characters that you’ll probably love to hate. If you like really bad school-based anime (Baka and Test: Summon The Beasts), then this will be right up your alley.

5. Gintama

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If you like your comedy mixed with lots of action, this is the show for you. It’s very lighthearted and can be really funny at times, but it has some surprisingly good serious story arcs that help to balance out the anime. The character development in Gintama is incredibly well done (and often hilarious).

6. Kokoro Connect

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What happens to a group of high school students when they start switching bodies with one another? They try and deal with it as best as they can, but often hilarious consequences ensue. Kokoro Connect is actually a bit of a serious anime at times, but there are some great laughs in here too, so definitely worth checking out.

7. Noragami

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This anime is a bit of a mix between comedy and action, with some supernatural goodness mixed in too. There are lots of good characters that have interesting interactions with one another and the ‘fights’ can be pretty funny too (often due to a character’s personality or physical attributes). It’s all very lighthearted and has some heartwarming moments too.

8. Gonna Be The Twin-Tail!!

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This is a really weird, but very funny anime that I watched recently. It’s quite interesting as it mixes modern-day scenarios with an old-fashioned style of storytelling and dialogue, which makes for a strange combination. It’s full of action, but it doesn’t take itself too seriously and the main protagonist is hilarious.

9. Ronja The Robber’s Daughter

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This anime is based on part of the ‘Tales of Ronja’ books by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren. It’s not really an action series, so much as it is an adventure one. There are some pretty funny moments though, especially between Ronja and her father. It has beautiful animation and music too!

10. Space Dandy

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Although this anime isn’t just about comedy, there are some great laughs to be had in here. Captain Dandy must constantly deal with bad situations, poorly equipped crew members, and the universe’s most dangerous entity… women. The animation is great with some really unique settings for each episode, so this anime is worth checking out if you’re looking for a good laugh.

11. Tantei Opera Milky Holmes 2

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The detective girls are back in Tantei Opera Milky Holmes 2! This anime might not have strong comedy elements overall, but it has its funny moments. There are lots of pretty girls to look at too (and it’s actually quite interesting to watch). If you liked the first series of this show, then watching this sequel will be worthwhile.

12. Yondemasuyo Azazel-san

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If you’ve seen B Gata H Kei – Yamada’s First Time, then you’ll have an idea of what this slice of life anime is all about. It’s not really an action series, but the character interactions are pretty funny. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like if a demon kept appearing in front of various students at school, then watch Yondemasuyo Azazel-san find out!

13. Beelzebub

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This is an action, comedy, and slice-of-life anime, which is about Oga, a violent high school student who finds one day finds a baby and then is forced to raise him due to unavoidable circumstances. The baby is a demon king with supernatural powers. The anime shows the daily struggles of Oda trying to handle his student life and raising a baby. To make things more complicated, a beautiful woman who’s the baby’s maid also starts living with Oda while pretending to be his wife in front of everyone else.Apart from being funny, this anime also has a great storyline which will keep you hooked to the anime till the very end.

14. YuruYuri

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This is a slice of life/comedy anime about four girls at school who try to start a club. Although it’s not an action series, there are some pretty funny moments in here too. The characters all have unique personalities and they interact with each other well. If you liked the previous seasons of this show, then definitely give this one a watch too!

15. Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun

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This comedy anime is an adaption of the manga with the same name. It revolves around Chiyo, who has a crush on Umetaro Nozaki – her school’s popular boy artist. There are some great gags in here and the show uses some interesting characters to bring them all to life! If you like romance but want more laughs too, then give this one a look.

16. Nobunagun

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This action/comedy anime is set in Sengoku era Japan, but there are also sci-fi elements to it too. The main character’s physical appearance changes each time she transforms into someone else, which always causes some pretty funny moments. This anime is worth checking out if you’re into action/comedy series.

17. Nichijou

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There may only be two seasons of Nichijou available (with a third season announced), but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t worth watching. It has tons of funny moments, both between the main characters and within different segments such as ‘Refreshing Battle’ or ‘What They Say.’ There are some touchy subjects in this anime too, but if you have a good sense of humor then it’s definitely worth checking out.

18. Teekyu 3

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This one might not be for everyone, but if you’re watching Teekyu for the comedy then season 3 will not disappoint! It takes the same formula as previous seasons and uses it to bring us some really funny moments throughout its twelve episodes. The characters are all fun to watch even though they appear to do nothing worthwhile with their lives… which is probably why they’re so easy to laugh at!

19. Arakawa Under the Bridge

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The main character of this slice of life/comedy anime has supposedly come from Venus, which certainly makes for some interesting situations with his newfound friends. There are many funny moments in this anime and they’re all made even better by the wide range of characters that the story brings to life.

20. The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.

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This anime is a real gem when it comes to comedy anime. It’s undoubtedly one of the best comedy anime I’ve ever watched. The protagonist, Saiki, is born with special powers that allow him to do a lot of things such as teleportation, restoration of old things and people, and many more. He struggles to live an ordinary life as he constantly tries to keep his powers hidden from everyone. The anime is hilarious, but the character has a severe attitude, making the show even more funny.

21. One Punch Man

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This is one of the most well-known comedy anime for a reason, though it’s also got lots of great action sequences too! The main character might be strong enough to defeat any enemy with just one punch (no matter how powerful they are), but he doesn’t really act like an unstoppable force when he’s not fighting. This show will make you laugh many times over through its twelve-episode run – plus it’s even more fun if you’re into action too!

22. Samurai Flamenco

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This unique show has some great comedy scenes, plus its overall story is really interesting too. The main character ends up becoming a masked superhero despite not wanting to get involved with anything like that… which causes lots of problems for him! His strong sense of justice and underdog personality makes this show even more enjoyable than you might expect.

23. Kaguya-sama: Love Is War

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If you love high school rom-com, then this is the anime for you. The story revolves around two high students, a student council president and vice president. They’re in love with each other but are too egoistic to confess their feelings. Every day in school together, these two compete in adorable and funny ways. Moreover, student council secretary Fujiwara is a real eye-candy. You possibly cannot help fall in love with this anime.

24. Himouto! Umaru-chan

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Being an obedient, smart girl at school but coming back home to becoming a lazy kid-sized girl who’s absolutely spoiled. This is the story of the anime’s main character, Umaru. She’s a beautiful, talented high school student. But at home, she eats and plays video games all day. Her brother works hard day and night, but when he comes back home, Umaru doesn’t make the day easier for him because she is “himouto” which literally means a lazy sister. This anime is simple yet so funny it would make you laugh and feel good all day.

25. Sket Dance

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This anime has three different segments within it, which are all quite different from each other. The first one is about a group of high school students who save their school, the second part is about solving problems within the community and the third one features a teacher trying to solve issues at his school. It’s hard to say that any particular part of this show stands out above the others because they’re all so entertaining in their own way – either way you’ll have lots to laugh about!

26. Daily Lives of High School Boys

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Although this anime only has 12 episodes, it makes up for its short run time with tons of laughs! Each episode covers one day in the lives of three boys at high school who are popular among other classmates but often end up doing strange things together. They don’t really have any specific personalities or traits – instead, they get into all sorts of random situations which are always fun to see.

27. Tsuredure Children

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This short anime has twelve episodes too, but it’s also split into four seasons! Each episode focuses on one young couple who has just started dating each other and shows how they get through various problems together. Although this anime has plenty of hilarious moments, there are also many more touching scenes at times… making for a good balance overall.

28. Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions

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Few words to describe this anime would be hilarious, beautiful animation, and excellent character development. This anime is a rom-com that follows the story of Yūta Togashi and Rikka Takanashi. If you have some things related to your childhood that you still cannot get over, this anime would be very relatable. The anime has a simple and storyline, which makes it easy to follow and understand. It’s a great anime to watch if you want to relax your mind and fill your room with laughter.

29. Jitsu wa Watashi wa

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This anime definitely has lots of fans – it’s by far the most popular show on this list! Although it looks like your typical romance comedy at first, there are also some dark elements that sneak in here and there. There are many interesting characters in this show which helps bring out the humor more than anything else.

30. Hetalia: The World Twinkle

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This anime is a sequel to the first Hetalia series and has so far spawned five seasons. It’s very unique in the sense that every character – who represents a country – is actually a person with a distinct personality! Although the actual stories themselves aren’t too funny, there are lots of goofy moments between characters which add up to create an entertaining show overall.

31. My Bride is a Mermaid

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This anime has a unique yet beautiful storyline. The anime follows the story of Nagasumi Michishio who due to certain circumstances, ends up marrying a girl who’s a mermaid. As the anime progresses, it shows his difficulties in adjusting into his new, unusual, married life. It’s a parody anime which did not disappoint me at all. If you’re into romcoms but want a different storyline, then you will surely enjoy My Bride is a Mermaid.

32. The Devil is a Part-Timer!

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This show has lots of comedic moments, although it’s set in a very serious time and place – modern Japan. It can be quite silly at times with a lot of physical humor and the fact that the main characters are actually supposed to be demons from another dimension makes things even more interesting! The dialogue between characters probably helps make this show so funny but there are plenty of other elements too so you’ll have to watch it yourself for full effect!

33. Sore ga Seiyuu!

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Even though the title basically tells you what this anime is about, sometimes the best way to get a feel for whether or not you’ll like a show is to read a few reviews! This series is a must-watch for every anime fan, regardless of their taste – it’s actually considered one of the best comedy anime ever made. It focuses on the lives of four female seiyuus working in an industry where people are able to communicate with friends and family through talking “mascots”. It has lots of laughs, lots of fun characters, and plenty of other things going for it too so check out this gem!

34. Osomatsu-san

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This anime is based on a manga that was created over fifty years ago but somehow it still remains relevant today! There have been many parodies included along the way so you’ll have to be familiar with old Japanese culture if you want to fully understand everything which is going on… but don’t let that put you off! This show has some of the funniest scenes ever created for television, just waiting for you to watch them over and over again!

35. Great Teacher Onizuka

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The anime starts uniquely. The main character Onizuka is a 22-year-old ex-gang member who has a failed date which later leads to him deciding to become a teacher. However, as Onizuka starts his profession, he realizes his love for teaching and recognizes his sense of morality. He begins teaching at a private school in Kichijōji, where he is to tame students of a classroom whose teachers have had a nervous breakdown and even death. Onizuka faces difficulty but begins making each student open up to him and share their problems. The story may seem a bit emotional, but many hilarious moments make it so enjoyable.

36. Kiniro Mosaic

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This is a really cute and fun anime with tons of upbeat and happy characters, making it one of the most relaxing shows around (in my opinion). The main female protagonist goes to an international school where students from many different countries are present – it’s sort of like a slice-of-life anime but with lots of light-hearted conversations between different characters. It has plenty of really cute moments as well as some fun comedy throughout!

37. Konosuba – God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!

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This show includes many elements which you’ll find in other fantasy anime, including the main character losing his life early on without knowing anything about himself or why he died. Things gradually get more interesting though when he meets two very unique girls who give him a special item that can help him defeat monsters… yet this is actually just an excuse so the protagonist can leech off them for food and shelter! If you liked KonoSuba then I highly recommend checking out the original light novel but both are equally great!

38. K-On!

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This is another series that focuses on the lives of schoolgirls, except they’re actually involved in a music club. They do all sorts of different things together and it’s basically just like hanging out with your friends, only these girls can play musical instruments really well. There are lots of funny moments throughout – it doesn’t take itself too seriously so you’ll have fun watching even if you aren’t that into anime or Japanese culture!

39. Servant × Service

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Although this comedy anime has some more serious elements, there’s still plenty of hilarious scenes to keep viewers entertained. It mainly revolves around four main characters who work at the same government office but their everyday struggles make everything feel fresh and interesting. You can find yourself relating to the characters at various points in the show – it might even leave you feeling nostalgic about your own office days!

40. Love Lab

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This is another anime with lots of cute girls, but there are also some good comedic moments throughout alongside all the cuteness. The main character moves to a new school where she knows absolutely nobody, yet somehow manages to make friends with half of the student body pretty much straight away. It’s one of those slice-of-life shows which follows different group dynamics rather than focusing on anything too serious, so you’ll really enjoy watching it if that sounds like something you’d be into!

41. Hayate the Combat Butler

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A series that originally started off as a manga, Hayate no Gotoku! follows a much younger protagonist than usual and includes lots of really crazy comedy scenes throughout. It’s set in a small town where the main character is forced to work as a butler because his parents wasted all their money – I’m sure we’ve all been in that sort of situation at one point or another! The reason why it’s such an enjoyable watch is that you can relate to the characters and situations so well, it makes everything feel very natural even if those kinds of ridiculous things don’t usually happen in real life!

42. D-Frag!

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This is an anime that kept me entertained for every single minute. It’s not like a typical ecchi comedy anime, even though it’s a harem. It keeps getting more interesting in each episode. It revolves around the main character Kenji Kazama who is forced to join a game development club in his high school. The women in his club are eccentric and drive him crazy. The more he tries to escape from the club, the more he runs into it. It’s a high school slice-of-life anime with a twist.

43. The Eccentric Family

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Although this anime does include some supernatural elements, Uchouten Kazoku mainly focuses on family relationships as well as general themes such as moving on from the past. There are plenty of comedic moments throughout but lots of truly heartwarming ones too, leaving you with an overall positive feeling by the end. This is another series that can be related to at various points: you might find yourself feeling nostalgic or excited when certain aspects of the story remind you of your own life.

44. Kiniro Mosaic

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If you want an anime that is very cute and funny then this one should be right up your street – literally! Kiniro Mosaic follows a group of beautiful schoolgirls throughout their lives, focusing on all sorts of different fun activities they get up to together. There are lots of comedic moments in particular but it does have some more romantic ones too so definitely consider watching if that’s what you’re into! I mean, just look at those lovely uniforms…

45. Working!!

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The final anime recommendation for today is Working!! , a show set in a family restaurant. the protagonist has lived there since he was young and starts working there during his high school years, meaning he ends up meeting lots of new people. It’s full of hilarious moments but also more serious ones too – you’ll find yourself rooting for the characters at all times! If you like watching comedy anime then this is definitely another one that you should totally check out (and the continuation seasons are even funnier I promise!).

46. Nisekoi

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Here’s another romantic comedy that has a lot of comedic moments, but also mixes in some nice heartwarming scenes too! Nisekoi follows Raku Ichijou as he tries to find his childhood crush while trying not to get caught by any of the other girls who are after him. The harem aspect might put you off at first, but there’s something about the way it’s done which makes it completely unique compared to all other anime. If you’re into rom-com then this is one that you should definitely check out!

47. Girl Friend BETA

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Girl Friend BETA is a bit different from all the other anime titles mentioned so far because it’s not just one plot – instead, there are several smaller stories that all take place in school. There are lots of lighthearted moments as well as some more emotional ones, leaving you with lots to think about after finishing each episode. If you enjoy watching comedies then this is definitely another title that I’d recommend checking out!

48. Hidamari Sketch

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Another slice-of-life anime, Hidamari Sketch focuses on four main characters who are art students living together. Like Nichijou, it has lots of comedic moments but also includes some romantic subplots too, making it very interesting throughout! It’s a really light-hearted anime and it has a very calming atmosphere which will leave you feeling relaxed at the end of each episode.

49. iDOLM@STER

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Here’s an idol anime instead: iDOLM@STER is about a group of female idols who have to work exceptionally hard in order to become successful, but they always try to keep smiling no matter what! There are lots of cute moments throughout which you can relate to if you love watching shows about girls being friends with each other. This show is great for people who enjoy funny anime because there are some hilarious scenes included – just don’t expect men to be involved at all!

50. Urawa no Usagi-chan

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Urawa no Usagi-chan is an anime based around the concept of animal girls! Honestly, there’s not much I can say about it without spoiling any aspects of the story so just go and watch this one find out what’s going on. If you enjoy shows with a focus on comedy then this one should be right up your street because every episode has you laughing throughout… well, usually anyway.

51. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

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The story revolves around Haruhi Suzumiya, an extremely hyperactive student, and her classmates often get caught in her craziness. She has her club called the “SOS Brigade,” in which she seeks time travelers, aliens, and espers. Haruhi meets many new and exciting characters, and her lively character ensures the show is full of energy and comedy. If you love science-fiction along with humor, then this anime won’t disappoint you.

52. Hanayamata

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Hanayamata is an anime all about yosakoi dancing which is a sort of group version of pole dancing… yes really! But despite the strange storyline, this show actually has a lot more going on than I expected. You’ll be surprised by how much depth there is to each character and they all have their own little stories going on throughout the episodes – meaning that there are lots of different elements involved in this one which makes it quite interesting to watch.

53. Shirobako

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Shirobako is a slice-of-life and comedy anime about four girls who were together in their school’s animation club and had promised to create an anime together. Years later, all the girls start working in different careers, while Aoi is working as a production assistant at Musashino Animation. Shirobako mainly follows the story of Aoi and her team working on two animation projects. The anime’s characters are kind-hearted, loving, and devoted to their jobs. The anime shows them facing the struggles in their projects, but every scene is filled with humor.

54. Kantai Collection

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Kantai Collection is one of the better-known titles, but you’ve probably never heard of it if you don’t watch Japanese animation often. It’s based on an online card game where you have to build up your own fleet with different levels of warships which are all inspired by real-life ships. You’d expect this show to focus on girls having fun together and doing cute things right? Well, think again… because most episodes involve serious wars between lots of characters – making Kantai Collection stand out from other comedy anime shows!

55. Usagi Drop

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Usagi Drop is one of those comedic anime, but simultaneously, they give a message to the viewers about love and acceptance. 30-year-old Daikichi Kawachi returns home to find out that his grandfather has an illegitimate daughter, Rin Kaga. The anime proceeds to show his struggles of raising a child as a single parent, but his moments with Rin are hilarious and adorable.

56. Barakamon

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Getting out of your comfort zone is never easy, and no one has experienced that more than Seishuu Handa. The main character Handa is a talented artist in Tokyo, but his award-winning art is called “unoriginal” by a veteran; his father sends him to Goto Islands. Seishuu must learn to live in a rural area, especially when neighbors and middle schoolers keep barging into his house and disturbing his concentration. It’s hilarious seeing the arrogant Handa having to tolerate and adjust to his new situation. As the story progresses, Handa learns more about life than he could have ever before.

57. Myriad Colors Phantom World

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Myriad Colors Phantom World is one of the most popular titles around right now… for good reason too. It’s set in a world with monsters who have recently started disappearing… so what will happen to them? To find out, Haruhiko and his friends start investigating! The main thing that sets this anime apart from other comedy shows is how it has some really dark elements – there are even some sad moments thrown into the mix which definitely help improve its quality.

58. The Saga of Tanya the Evil

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This anime may make you laugh at times but it also makes you feel uncomfortable, especially if you’re not used to seeing graphic violence (or if your name is Adolf). Youjo Senki tells the story of a young girl called Tanya who gets promoted to an elite soldier after joining the army. The main point about this anime that separates it from other comedy titles is how it leaves you feeling really tense at times – even when there isn’t any violence happening!

59. Pop Team Epic

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Pop Team Epic is instantly funny from the start, and its constantly changing art style will make you want to watch it all the way through. Set across each episode are skits that involve a lot of running gags; for example, one character may always be late and another may always fall over! The main thing that sets this anime apart from other comedy titles is how it constantly switches between random events – meaning Pop Team Epic never becomes boring!

60. You’re Under Arrest

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This anime may leave you feeling a little blue at times, but it’s still definitely worth checking out! You’re Under Arrest tells the story of Natsumi and Miyuki who have been working together for quite a while. This show is easily one of my favorites because of how it explores their friendship so well – especially in some really emotional episodes. The main thing that sets this anime apart from other comedy shows is how realistic some of the events are – there are even some sadder moments involved too!

61. Hinamatsuri

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This anime has only 12 episodes, but it has definitely left an impression on me. It’s a comedy, slice of life anime, but it’s a comedy like none other. This anime has a wonderful art style, perfect setting, and direction. The anime is hilarious and has some situations that are so heartwarming that they will make you cry. Hinamatsuri is an anime that will make you feel various emotions.

62. Azumanga Daioh

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Although Azumanga Daioh may not be one of the most popular titles around right now, there’s no denying that it’s still worth watching. Set across each episode are random skits with a lot of comedic moments spread throughout each one! This anime is easily one of my favorites because of how likable all the characters are and especially due to its wonderful sense of humor. Even though some parts do make me laugh, I can see why others wouldn’t appreciate this anime with the same amount of enthusiasm I do!

63. Gugure! Kokuri-san

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This anime has some pretty simple comedy scenes but they still manage to make me laugh (quite a lot at times too)! What makes Gugure! Kokuri-san really stands out in how easy it is to get attached to the characters – especially because of how relatable they are. The main thing that sets this anime apart from other comedy titles is how likable all the characters are and also due to its wonderful sense of humor. Even though some parts do make me laugh, I can see why others wouldn’t appreciate this anime with the same amount of enthusiasm I do!

64. Girls und Panzer

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Even though Girls und Panzer has a lot of war-related humor in it, there’s still a lot of comedy in this anime too! The main thing that sets this anime apart from other comedy titles is how even though some events are really tense, it’s sometimes quite silly too – especially when you see the characters all dressed up!

65. Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo

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Although Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo may seem like a normal comedy anime at first, it has some really crazy characters which make this anime so unique. The main thing that sets this anime apart from other comedy titles is its creativity because it’s unlike anything I’ve seen before – even though the animation may not always be great. Even though some parts do make me laugh, I can see why others wouldn’t appreciate this show with the same amount of enthusiasm I do!

66. Seitokai Yakuindomo

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This anime is hilarious to watch, especially if you are into harem because the main character, Tsuda, has way too many girls around him. He forcefully becomes the vice president of a high school that has a male to female 28:524 ratio. Every day is a struggle for him because the girls around him are so complex. I did feel sorry for them at some points, but his moments and challenges at the school are so funny to watch.

67. Kill la Kill

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If you love action and comedy, there is no better anime for you than Kill la Kill. No matter how many years pass, this anime will remain a unique one in the anime industry. It is a show which kept a big smile on my face the whole time because its characters do the funniest things even in the most severe situations. The story may sound cliché, as the main character’s motive is to find her father’s killer. However, the characters are beyond cliché, but they’re highly entertaining and unpredictable at many moments.

68. Gourmet Girl Graffiti

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Although Gourmet Girl Graffiti has a bit of a slow start, the underlying story is really interesting to watch! What I love most about this anime is how all the characters are connected in some way or another – it really brings out the theme of friendship. Even though some parts do make me laugh, I can see why others wouldn’t appreciate this show with the same amount of enthusiasm I do!

69. Joshiraku

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Although Joshiraku can get quite confusing at times due to its fast-paced dialogue, it’s still really enjoyable to watch from start to finish. Even though there isn’t much depth to each episode, what makes this anime stand out are all crazy character interactions that will make you both laugh and think. The main thing that sets this anime apart from other comedy titles is its creativity because there’s so much variety all mixed together – sometimes you won’t know what to expect next!

70. GJ Club

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Although GJ Club has a slow start, the stories behind each character are really interesting to watch! What I love most about this anime is how it deals with real-life issues in a simple but effective way – something everyone can relate to. The main thing that sets this anime apart from other comedy titles is its creativity because there’s so much variety all mixed together – sometimes you won’t know what to expect next!

71. Nazotokine

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Although Nazotokine may seem like your average Slice of Life anime at first, it has some really interesting characters – one is a NEET detective! The main thing that sets this anime apart from other comedy titles is its creativity because there’s so much variety all mixed together – sometimes you won’t know what to expect next!

72. High School DxD

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A list of comedy anime cannot be complete without High School DxD. A revolutionary anime that is a mix of comedy, harem, supernatural, and not to mention, lots and lots of ecchi. The storyline is great, and the characters are not only gorgeous but also powerful. The anime has sold exceptionally well in Japan and has a worldwide fanbase. I personally enjoyed this anime a lot, and the best part is the character development. If you love harem and comedy, you must give this anime a go.

73. Space Patrol Luluco

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Space Patrol Luluco can get quite weird at times, but it’s still really enjoyable to watch from start to finish. What makes this anime stand out are all crazy character interactions that will make you laugh and think. The main thing that sets this anime apart from other comedy titles is its creativity because there’s so much variety all mixed together – sometimes you won’t know what to expect next!

There’s a lot of comedy anime out there that you might like, but hopefully at least one of these titles tickled your fancy! If you’re looking for more recommendations then check out our other articles about slice-of-life and harem anime too – although I’m sure most people who watch those genres will be able to find something they enjoy among this list.

As you can see, these titles should certainly get your day off to a great start! Not only are they good for a laugh, but they can also make you feel better about yourself and your own life. Also if you love some kawaii anime kitty cats, then give a look at our top list of best cats in anime.