There’s a wealth of great comedy anime out there, and with shows like the Netflix Original Komi Can’t Communicate coming out, the laughs don’t seem to be running out anytime soon. Viewers looking for a high-quality comedy anime are currently spoiled for choice.
While comedy anime includes other genres such as romance, action-adventure, and even the supernatural, they all have memorable laugh-out-loud moments in common. These shows are the best examples of this, with charming characters, ridiculous plotlines, and, of course, a plethora of hilarious situations.
Keita Amano is a typical high school gamer going through the motions of a typical student’s life. However, one day he has an unexpected encounter with the cutest girl in school, which makes him want to vanish without a trace!
Karen Tendou is an exemplary student who has been dubbed “the school’s idol.” She discovers that Amano is a gamer, and this newfound knowledge fuels her desire to recruit him into the game club. When Amano visits the club, he is made painfully aware of a side of gaming that is vastly different from the one he adores.
Tendou’s interest in Amano begins to shake up what was once a routine life, infusing it with spontaneity, awkwardness, and a dash of mayhem. As a result, every day is a comical battle for Amano’s sanity as he attempts to adapt to these wild, unexpected changes.
29. Ore Monogatari!!
Takeo Gouda, with his muscular build and tall stature, is no ordinary high school freshman. Takeo, despite his intimidating appearance, has a pure heart of gold, and his male peers regard him as a hero for his courage and chivalry.
Unfortunately for Takeo, his physical appearance does not bode well for his romantic prospects. Takeo’s cool, handsome best friend and constant companion Makoto Sunakawa easily and unintentionally steals the hearts of the female students—including every girl Takeo has ever liked—as if his looks weren’t enough to scare the opposite sex away.
When Takeo saves the adorable Rinko Yamato from being molested one day, he instantly falls in love with her. Regrettably, he suspects she is interested in Sunakawa. Despite his growing romantic feelings for Yamato, Takeo decides to play cupid for her, despite his longing for his own love story.
Seishuu Handa is a rising calligrapher who is young, handsome, talented, and, sadly, a narcissist. When a veteran calls his award-winning piece “unoriginal,” Seishuu loses his cool and suffers severe consequences.
Seishuu’s father exiles him to the Goto Islands, far from the comfortable Tokyo lifestyle the temperamental artist is accustomed to, as punishment and also to aid him in self-reflection.
Seishuu must now try to find new inspiration and develop his own unique art style in a rural setting—that is, if boisterous children (led by the rambunctious Naru Kotoishi), fujoshi middle schoolers, and energetic old men stop barging into his house! The newest member of the small and eccentric Goto community just wants to get some work done, but the islands are far from the peaceful countryside he expected. The arrogant calligrapher learns far more than he could have imagined thanks to his eccentric neighbours who are completely incapable of minding their own business.
27. How Not to Summon a Demon Lord
Nobody can match the power of the Demon King Diablo in the fantasy MMORPG Cross Reverie. With the game’s rarest artefacts and an unrivalled player level, he easily defeats anyone foolish enough to stand in his way. Despite his terrifying reputation, Diablo’s true identity is Takuma Sakamoto, a reclusive gamer with no social skills. Takuma cares about nothing but his virtual life as he defeats hopeless challengers day after day—that is, until a summoning spell suddenly transports him to another world where he has Diablo’s appearance!
Takuma is greeted in this new world that resembles his favourite game by the two girls who summoned him: Rem Galeu, a petite Pantherian adventurer, and Shera L. Greenwood, a busty Elf summoner. In an attempt to subjugate him, they perform an Enslavement Ritual, but the spell backfires and turns them into his slaves instead. Takuma decides to accompany the girls in finding a way to unbind their contract while learning to adapt to his new life as the menacing Demon King, as the situation becomes more awkward than ever.
26. Komi Can’t Communicate
Hitohito Tadano is an ordinary young man who sets out on his first day of high school with a clear goal in mind: to avoid trouble and blend in with his peers. Unfortunately, he fails right away when he takes the seat next to Shouko Komi, the school’s madonna. His peers now regard him as someone to avoid in order to sit next to the most beautiful girl in class. Despite her mysterious persona, Komi is universally adored and immensely popular. She is beautiful and graceful, with long, dark hair. However, everyone is unaware that she suffers from crippling anxiety and a communication disorder, which prevents her from fully socialising with her classmates.
When Komi is left alone in the classroom, a series of events forces her to interact with Tadano by writing on the blackboard, as if in a one-sided conversation. Tadano, being the first to realise she is unable to communicate effectively, picks up the chalk and begins to write as well. He eventually learns that Komi’s goal in high school is to make one hundred friends. To that end, he decides to lend her a helping hand, becoming her first-ever friend in the process.
25. Don’t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro
Every day, Naoto Hachiouji is relentlessly teased by Hayase Nagatoro, a first-year student he met in the library one day while working on his manga. After reading his story and seeing his awkward demeanour, she decides to play with him from then on, even calling him “Senpai” instead of his real name.
Nagatoro’s constant antics annoy him at first and make him feel embarrassed because he is forced to cater to her whims. However, as they spend more time together, a strange kind of friendship forms between them, and Naoto discovers that life with Nagatoro can even be enjoyable. But one thing is certain: his days will never be boring again.
24. Blood Lad
Staz Charlie Blood is a powerful vampire who rules Demon World’s Eastern district. Despite rumours that he is a bloodthirsty and merciless monster, Staz is simply an otaku obsessed with Japanese culture who is completely uninterested in human blood. Staz spends his days lazing around, indulging in anime, manga, and games, leaving the management of his territory to his subordinates.
Staz is overjoyed when Fuyumi Yanagi, a Japanese girl, unintentionally walks through a portal leading into the demon world. However, just as he begins to develop an unusual attraction to her, his territory is attacked, resulting in Fuyumi’s untimely death. She transforms into a wandering ghost, and the heartbroken Staz vows to resurrect her so that he can travel to the human world, something he has always desired.
Blood Lad follows Staz and Fuyumi as they travel to find a magic that can bring humans back to life. They are soon joined by the spatial magician Bell and the half-werewolf Wolf.
23. Sakamoto Desu ga?
Sophisticated, suave, sublime are all words that describe Sakamoto, who is exceedingly handsome and patently perfect. Despite the fact that it is only his first day of high school, his attractiveness, intelligence, and charm have the girls swooning and the guys fuming with envy. No one appears to be able to derail him, as all attempts to trip him up are quickly thwarted. His joie de vivre is unbreakable, and his wits are unrivalled. Will any of Sakamoto’s classmates, or even teachers, be able to compete with him? Probably not, but they might learn a thing or two in the process…
22. SHIMONETA: A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist
Japan has become a nation cleansed of all that is obscene and impure, thanks to the implementation of strict new morality laws. Authorities have taken extreme measures to ensure that society remains chaste by monitoring citizens with special devices worn around their necks.
Tanukichi Okuma, the son of an infamous terrorist who opposed the chastity laws, has just entered high school, offering his assistance to the student council in order to get close to president Anna Nishikinomiya, his childhood friend and crush.
He has no idea that Ayame Kajou, the vice president, has a secret identity: Blue Snow, a masked criminal dedicated to disseminating lewd material among the sheltered public—and Tanukichi has piqued the girl’s interest due to his father’s notoriety.
Tanukichi is soon dragged into her SOX organisation, where he is forced to spread obscene propaganda in order to help launch an attack against the government’s oppressive rule. Tanukichi will have to do the unthinkable when he realises their primary target is the person he admires the most, with their school set as the first point of attack.
21. Great Teacher Onizuka
Eikichi Onizuka, a twenty-two-year-old ex-biker gang leader, Shonan conqueror, and virgin, has a dream: to become Japan’s greatest high school teacher. This isn’t due to a desire to teach, but rather to have a loving teenage wife when he’s old and grey. Still, there’s more to Onizuka than meets the eye for a perverted, greedy, and lazy delinquent. So, when he lands a job as the homeroom teacher of Class 3-4 at the prestigious Holy Forest Academy despite duping the Vice Principal, all of his skills are put to the test, as this class is notorious.
Because they despise all teachers, the students in the class use psychological warfare to mentally break any new homeroom teacher they get, forcing them to quit and leave school. Onizuka, on the other hand, isn’t your typical teacher, and he’s up for any challenge that comes his way.
Bullying, suicide, and sexual harassment are just a few of the issues that his students deal with on a daily basis. Onizuka helps them by addressing the root causes of their problems, even if it means jumping off a building to save a suicidal child. Class 3-4 gradually learns how much fun school can be when you’re a student of the Great Teacher Onizuka, thanks to his eccentric charm and fun-loving nature.
20. Daily Lives of High School Boys
Three close comrades roam the halls of the all-boys Sanada North High School: the eccentric ringleader with a hyperactive imagination Hidenori, the passionate Yoshitake, and the rational and prudent Tadakuni. Their lives are filled with giant robots, true love, and intense drama… at least in their vivid imaginations. In reality, they are just three ordinary guys passing the time, but who said ordinary life couldn’t be interesting? Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou is filled with bizarre yet hilariously relatable situations that are anything but mundane, whether it’s an intricate RPG reenactment or an unexpected romantic encounter on the riverbank at sunset.
Nichijou is primarily concerned with the daily antics of a trio of childhood friends—high school girls Mio Naganohara, Yuuko Aioi, and Mai Minakami—whose stories soon intersect with the young genius Hakase Shinonome, her robot caretaker Nano, and their talking cat Sakamoto. Every day, the lives of these six and the many people around them experience both the calms of normal life and the insanity of the absurd. Walking to school, being bitten by a talking crow, hanging out with friends, and watching the principal suplex a deer are all part of the extraordinary daily lives of those in Nichijou.
18. Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun
Chiyo Sakura is a cheerful high school girl who is head over heels in love with the oblivious Umetarou Nozaki. When Chiyo confesses to her beloved Nozaki, he hands her an unfamiliar autograph, much to her surprise. As it turns out, the stoic adolescent is a well-known shoujo mangaka who goes by the pen name Sakiko Yumeno! Chiyo becomes one of Nozaki’s manga assistants as a result of a series of misunderstandings.
Throughout the hilarious events that follow, she befriends many of her eccentric classmates, including her seemingly shameless fellow assistant, Mikoto Mikoshiba, and the “Prince of the School,” Yuu Kashima. Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun follows Chiyo as she works to assist Nozaki with his manga, hoping that he will eventually notice her feelings.
17. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
If a poll were taken to see if people believed in aliens, time travellers, or perhaps espers, the majority would say no; average high school student Kyon is one of the non-believers. On his first day of school, however, he meets a girl who quickly turns his world upside down.
During class introductions, the lovely Haruhi Suzumiya declares her dissatisfaction with “normal” people and her desire to meet supernatural beings. Dumbfounded, Kyon discovers her dissatisfaction with the lack of paranormal-focused clubs at their school and unwittingly inspires her to start her own. She establishes the Haruhi Suzumiya Brigade, also known as the SOS Brigade, to spread joy throughout the world.
Haruhi manages to recruit Kyon and three other members after the SOS Brigade is founded: quiet bookworm Yuki Nagato, shy upperclassman Mikura Asahina, and perpetually positive Itsuki Koizumi. Despite their outward appearance, the new members of the SOS Brigade each have their own Haruhi-related secrets. Caught up in the mystery surrounding the eccentric club leader, Haruhi and the SOS Brigade whisk Kyon away on a series of misadventures, each one bringing him closer to the truth about who and what she is.
16. Prison School
For the first time in its history, Hachimitsu Private Academy, an elite all-girls high school, opens its grandiose doors to male students. The five males who enrol, on the other hand, are a merry band of perverts who can’t communicate with girls! This group of misfits includes the foreign delinquent Shingo, the strange and sickly “Jo,” the overweight “Andrei,” the intelligent “Gakuto,” and Kiyoshi, the most normal of the lot.
Feeling troubled by their lack of female interaction, the five boys embark on a perilous mission to spy on several girls while they bathe. However, due to a series of mishaps, their operation eventually fails, exposing the boys’ actions to the entire school.
The menacing Underground Student Council sentences the boys to one month in prison for their crimes. The unforgiving beauties of the council have no idea that the boys’ perverted and unusual antics are only going to get worse.
15. The Disastrous Life of Saiki K
To the average person, psychic abilities may appear to be a blessing; however, for Kusuo Saiki, this could not be further from the truth. He considers his so-called blessing to be nothing more than a curse, despite the fact that he possesses a wide range of supernatural abilities ranging from telepathy to x-ray vision. As the inconveniences caused by his powers mount, all Kusuo wants is a normal, trouble-free life—a life where ignorance is bliss.
Unfortunately, the life of a psychic is anything but peaceful. Though Kusuo tries to avoid the spotlight by keeping his powers hidden from his classmates, he inadvertently attracts the attention of a slew of strange characters, including the empty-headed Riki Nendou and the delusional Shun Kaidou. Forced to deal with the craziness of those around him, Kusuo discovers that the ordinary life he has been pursuing is far more difficult to achieve than he anticipated.
Joining a club is one of the many things that come with a new high school year. Yui Hirasawa, who is undecided about which club to join, stumbles upon and applies for the Light Music Club, which she misinterprets to be about playing simple instruments like castanets. She decides to visit to apologise and quit because she is unable to play an instrument.
Meanwhile, the Light Music Club is on the verge of disbanding due to a lack of members. As a result, club members offer Yui anything, from food to slacking off during club time, in order to persuade her to join. Despite their efforts, Yui refuses to leave because she lacks musical experience. They play a piece for Yui as a last resort, which ignites her fiery passion and finally convinces her to join the club.
After that, it’s just messing around with bits and pieces of practise. The members of the Light Music Club are excited to spend their time together!
Raku Ichijou, a first-year student at Bonyari High School, is the sole heir to a powerful yakuza family. Raku made a promise to a childhood friend ten years ago. All he has now is a pendant with a lock that can only be opened with the key that the girl took with her when they parted ways.
Years later, Raku has matured into a typical adolescent, wishing to remain as uninvolved in his yakuza background as possible while spending his school days with his middle school crush Kosaki Onodera.When the American Bee Hive Gang invades his family’s territory, Raku’s idyllic romantic dreams are thrown out the window as he is dragged into a frustrating conflict: Raku is to pretend to be in a romantic relationship with Chitoge Kirisaki, the beautiful daughter of the Bee Hive’s chief, in order to reduce friction between the two groups. Unfortunately, reality is far from this blatant lie—Raku and Chitoge fall in love at first sight, as the girl believes he is a pathetic pushover, and Chitoge is about as attractive to Raku as a savage gorilla.
12. Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid
As Kobayashi prepares to leave for work, she opens her apartment door to find an unusually terrifying sight—the head of a dragon staring at her from across the balcony. The dragon instantly transforms into a cute, busty, and energetic young girl dressed in a maid outfit and introduces herself as Tooru.
The stoic programmer had encountered the dragon the night before on a drunken excursion to the mountains, and because the mythical beast had nowhere else to stay, she had offered the creature a place to stay in her home. Tooru had thus arrived to take advantage of the offer, eager to repay her savior’s kindness by working as her personal maidservant. Though deeply regretful of her words and hesitant to keep her promise, Kobayashi is persuaded to take the girl in by a combination of guilt and Tooru’s incredible dragon abilities.
Despite being extremely efficient at her job, the maid’s unconventional housekeeping methods frequently horrify Kobayashi and cause more trouble than help. Furthermore, the circumstances surrounding the dragon’s arrival on Earth appear to be far more complicated than first appears, as Tooru carries some heavy emotions and painful memories. To top it all off, Tooru’s presence attracts a slew of other mythical beings to her new home, bringing a slew of eccentric personalities with her. Despite her best efforts to deal with the bizarre situation in which she has found herself, nothing has prepared her for her new life as a dragon maid.
11. Maid Sama!
Misaki Ayuzawa is a one-of-a-kind phenomenon at Seika High School. Through her honesty and diligence, she became the first female student council president in a predominantly male institution. Misaki has been working tirelessly to improve the school life of all girls since she was promoted to the position. Despite this, Misaki is extremely strict with the boys, earning her the title “Demon President.”
After hearing a girl cry in the hallway one day, Misaki runs into Takumi Usui, the most popular boy in school, as he rejects a love confession. Misaki, enraged by what she sees, reprimands him for making the girl cry. Usui, on the other hand, is unconcerned and dismisses it as insignificant.
Misaki unexpectedly runs into Usui again, but this time she is working at a maid cafe! Embarrassed that someone has discovered her secret occupation, Misaki vows to herself that she will not let Usui ruin her reputation. However, the mysterious boy has begun to return to the same cafe on a regular basis in order to observe and tease Misaki. Will Usui be able to keep the president’s secret when the chips are down?
10. The Pet Girl of Sakurasou
The Sakura-sou dormitory at Suimei High is notorious for housing the school’s most notorious delinquents. As a result, when the relatively mild-mannered Sorata Kanda is transferred to the dorm, escaping this insane asylum becomes his top priority. For the time being, he is trapped there and must learn how to interact with his fellow residents, who include bubbly animator Misaki Kamiigusa, charming playboy writer Jin Mitaka, and the ever-reclusive Ryuunosuke Akasaka. Sorata frequently finds solace in his interactions with his one “normal” friend, aspiring voice actress Nanami Aoyama.
Sorata is captivated by Mashiro Shiina, a new foreign exchange student, who joins the dormitory. Mashiro is an autistic savant beneath her otherworldly appearance, capable of world-renowned brilliance in her art but unable to perform simple daily tasks. When Sorata is put in charge of caring for Mashiro, the two inevitably become closer, with Sorata’s initial desire to escape the dormitory becoming a distant memory.
Despite their eccentricities, each resident excels in their respective fields, leaving Sorata to deal with his own lack of any particular skill. With brilliance all around him, he strives to be on par with their abilities. Sakura-sou no Pet na Kanojo is a heartwarming coming-of-age tale of friendship, love, ambition, and heartbreak told through the eyes of an ordinary person surrounded by the extraordinary, revolving around the hardships and joys of its colourful cast.
9. Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions!
Everyone has gone through a period in their lives when they believed they were unique and distinguished from the masses of ordinary people. They may even believe they are capable of wielding mystical powers or that they are descended from a fantasy realm. This “disease” is known as “chuunibyou,” and it is frequently the source of some of a person’s most embarrassing moments.
The scars left by his chuunibyou are still fresh for Yuuta Togashi. He looks back on his middle school years as the “Dark Flame Master” with extreme embarrassment, so much so that he decides to attend a high school far away where no one will recognise him. He longs to put his dark past behind him and live a normal high school life.
Unfortunately, he hasn’t yet moved on from his past: enter Rikka Takanashi, Yuuta’s new classmate and self-proclaimed vessel of the “Wicked Eye.” As this eccentric young girl enters Yuuta’s life, his dream of a normal, chuunibyou-free existence crumbles. In this hilarious and heartwarming story about a boy who just wants to forget his embarrassing memories, old delusions are far from extinct.
Tomoya Okazaki is a delinquent who believes he will never amount to anything. He skips school and plans to waste his high school days with his friend Youhei Sunohara.
While walking to school one day, Tomoya notices a young girl muttering quietly to herself. Without warning, she exclaims “Anpan!” (a popular Japanese food), drawing Tomoya’s attention. He soon learns that the girl’s name is Nagisa Furukawa and that she exclaims things she likes to motivate herself. Nagisa claims they are now friends, but Tomoya walks away, dismissing the encounter.
Tomoya, on the other hand, notices Nagisa more and more around school. He eventually relents and befriends her. Nagisa has been held back a year due to a severe illness, and her dream is to resurrect the school’s drama club, which Tomoya discovers. Claiming he has nothing better to do, he decides to assist her in achieving this goal with the assistance of four other girls.
Tomoya learns more about the girls and their problems as he spends more time with them. As he tries to assist each girl in overcoming her particular challenge, he realises that life isn’t as dull as he once thought.
7. Kaguya-sama: Love is War
Miyuki Shirogane and Kaguya Shinomiya are the student body’s top representatives at the prestigious Shuchiin Academy. Miyuki is the student council president and is regarded as the best student in the country by both peers and mentors. Along with him, vice president Kaguya—the eldest daughter of the wealthy Shinomiya family—performs admirably in every field imaginable. They are the perfect couple, and they are the envy of the entire student body.
Despite the fact that both have feelings for the other, neither is willing to admit it. The first to admit defeat will be looked down upon and regarded as the lesser of two evils. Miyuki and Kaguya are both equally determined to be the one to emerge victorious on the battlefield of love, with their honour and pride at stake!
6. Dr. Stone
After five years of suppressed feelings, Taiju Ooki, a high school student, is finally ready to confess his feelings for Yuzuriha Ogawa. However, just as Taiju begins his confession, a blinding green light strikes the Earth, terrifying mankind everywhere and turning every single human into stone.
Several millennia later, Taiju awakens to discover that the modern world has vanished, as nature has flourished in the years that humanity has been dormant.
Taiju comes across one other living human among a stone world of statues: his science-loving friend Senkuu, who has been active for a few months. Taiju learns that Senkuu has devised a grand plan to resurrect civilization through science. Taiju’s brawn and Senkuu’s brains combine to form a formidable alliance, and they soon discover a way to resurrect the petrified.
Senkuu’s master plan, however, is jeopardised when his ideologies are challenged by those who awaken. Meanwhile, the cause of mankind’s petrification remains unknown.
Edo was a city that embodied the zeal and ambition of samurai from all over the country. However, following feudal Japan’s surrender to powerful aliens known as the “Amanto,” those ambitions now appear to be unattainable. With the once-powerful shogunate rebuilt as a puppet government, a new law is enacted that immediately prohibits the use of swords in public.
Gintoki Sakata, an eccentric silver-haired man who always carries a wooden sword and maintains his samurai status despite the ban, enters the picture. Gintoki frequently embarks on endeavours to help others as the founder of Yorozuya, a small business for odd jobs—though usually in rather strange and unexpected ways.
The Yorozuya, aided by Shinpachi Shimura, a boy with glasses who claims to be learning the ways of the samurai; Kagura, a tomboyish girl with superhuman strength and an endless appetite; and Sadaharu, their giant pet dog who loves biting on people’s heads, encounter everything from alien royalty to scuffles with local gangs in Edo’s ever-changing world.
4. Grand Blue
Iori Kitahara relocates to the coastal town of Izu for his first year of university, living above Grand Blue, his uncle’s scuba diving shop. Iori has high hopes and dreams of having the perfect college experience, but when he enters the shop, he is sucked into the alcoholic activities of the carefree Diving Club members who frequent the place. Iori reluctantly joins their bizarre party after being persuaded by upperclassmen Shinji Tokita and Ryuujirou Kotobuki. Chisa Kotegawa, his cousin, later walks in and catches him in the act, earning Iori’s scorn.
Grand Blue, based on the popular comedy manga by Kenji Inoue and Kimitake Yoshioka, follows Iori’s misadventures with his eccentric new friends as he strives to realise his ideal college dream while also learning to scuba dive.
3. KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!
Kazuma Satou, a high school student and recluse, finds himself sitting before a beautiful but obnoxious goddess named Aqua after dying a laughable and pathetic death on his way back from buying a game. She gives the NEET two options: continue on to heaven or reincarnate in every gamer’s fantasy world! Kazuma, who has chosen to start a new life, is quickly tasked with defeating a Demon King who is terrorising villages. But before he leaves, he can choose one item of any type to help him in his quest, and the future hero chooses Aqua. But Kazuma has made a critical error—Aqua is completely useless!
Unfortunately, their problems do not end there; it turns out that living in such a world is nothing like how it appears in a game. Instead of embarking on an exciting adventure, the pair must first work to cover their living expenses. Their misfortunes have only recently begun!
2. No Game, No Life
Disboard is a world ruled by Tet, the One True God, and home to sixteen sentient races. Imanity, the lowest of the sixteen, is made up of humans, a race with no affinity for magic. Humankind appears to have no way out of their predicament in a place where everything is decided through simple games—but the arrival of two outsiders changes everything.
On Earth, stepsiblings Sora and Shiro are inseparable shut-ins who dominate various online games as “Blank.” While they are well-known on the internet, the pair believes that life is just another boring game. They are suddenly transported to Disboard after responding to a message from an unknown user.
Tet, the mysterious sender, informs them about the world’s unbreakable rules. Following Tet’s departure, Sora and Shiro begin their search for more information and a place to stay, which leads them to Elkia—last Imanity’s remaining kingdom.
There, the duo meets Stephanie Dola, an emotional young woman vying for the throne of the kingdom. In desperation, she attempts to reclaim her father’s throne, but her folly renders her goal impossible to achieve. Sora and Shiro are inspired by the girl’s motivation and passion and decide to help Stephanie get Elkia back on its feet, ultimately aiming to become the new rulers of the enigmatic realm.
1. One Punch Man
Saitama, who appears unimpressive, has a rather unusual hobby: he is a hero. Saitama relentlessly trained for three years to pursue his childhood dream, losing all of his hair in the process. Saitama is now so powerful that he can defeat any foe with a single punch. However, the fact that no one can match his strength has caused Saitama to face an unexpected problem: he is no longer able to enjoy the thrill of battle and has grown quite bored.
One day, Saitama attracts the attention of Genos, a 19-year-old cyborg who witnesses his power and wishes to become Saitama’s disciple. Genos suggests that the two join the Hero Association so that they can become certified heroes and be recognised for their positive contributions to society. Saitama, who is surprised that no one knows who he is, agrees quickly. Saitama embarks on a new journey as a member of the Hero Association, meeting new allies and facing new foes in order to relive the thrill of battle that he once felt.