Need some laughter? Try these anime that is guaranteed to bring a smile to your face as you watch the episode.


Need a good laugh after a tough day at school or work? Have no worries, these anime will definitely have you cracking up!

These anime will surely bring you in for all the joy and laughter as they are funny and comedic in their own ways. Here are the three most recommended anime to be on your list.

Love, Chunibyo, & Other Delusions

First released in 2012, Love, Chunibyo, & Other Delusions consists of 12 episodes with each running for 24 minutes. It is produced by Kyoto Animation, adapted from a light novel with the same title written by Torako and illustrated by Nozomi Osaka. 

It tells the story of Yuuta Togashi who wants to hide his embarrassing past before entering high school. This was when he suffered “chunibyo”, or the eighth-grader syndrome, when he believed that he the “Dark Flame Master” who possesses supernatural powers. Unfortunately, he can’t move on easily to a new girl in his class, Rikka Takanashi, a girl who knows his secrets and someone who’s still experiencing chunibyo. 

Jun Fukuyama voiced Yuuta Togashi, known for his roles in “Code Geass” and “Assassination Classroom.” Rikka Takanashi is voiced by Maaya Uchida, known for her roles in “The Promised Neverland” and “Noragami.”


Gintama serves a brand new level of comedy in anime. It’s the story of Gintoki Sakata, a samurai with a wooden sword who works as a freelancer for odd jobs. It sets in an alternate history in the Edo period where the shogun surrenders to an alien race called “Amanto” and bans every samurai to carry swords. 

It is produced by Sunrise studios with currently 201 episodes with each episode running for 24 minutes. Voicing as Sakata Gintoki is Tomokazu Sugita, along with a cast such as Shinpachi Shimura who is narrated by Daisuke Sakaguchi, while Kagura is voiced by Rie Kugimiya. 

The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.

Although having a psychic power seems like everybody’s dream, it isn't for Saiki Kusuo, who simply desired a peaceful life away from the spotlight. His life as a psychic is exactly the opposite of what he wants, but unfortunately for him, he ends up attracting unwanted odd characters and is forced to deal with the craziness of the people around him.

The anime is produced by J.C. Staff and Egg Firm studios and was released in the Summer of 2016. The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. has a total episode of 120, running 5 minutes per each. A live adaptation of the series also came out in 2017. 

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