Top 10 Parody Anime 2020

In animation, action, and romance, Anime has often declared a significant innovator. However, his ability to comedy is a sect that does not receive much love from the casual world. Parody anime is strongly inclined not only to spit out their basic material but to celebrate it with organic sincerity.

And while the trends are mocking, this does not mean that the product can't be good, sometimes in an improved way, at what it is satirizing. This list will include some of the best anime parody which was much better than what it satirized.


10. Carnival Phantasm

Synopsis:

How do you resolve a conflict between the mighty spirits of famous heroes for a prize that gives any wish? Do a war cost you your blood, your sweat, and your tears?? Too much work — how about a competition for a game show instead?


Rating: 8/10


Carnival Phantasm takes a few characters from the original works of Type-Moon, putting them in a variety of light-hearted scenarios that parody their series. See Lancer suffering because of his poor lucky status, or watch the selfish King of Heroes kneel happily to a domineering King of Knights. Just think about leaving your health at the door.

9. Hetalia Axis Powers

Hetalia Axis Powers

Synopsis:

What if people were nations? What are they going to have? For historical events, what does this mean? These questions are raised by Hetalia Axis Powers and are embodied in the character of countries. The show is about politics and historical events with a comedy and light approach while teaching the viewer.

Rating: 8/10

In the face of ever-growing odds, Hokuto Shinken 's successor is obliged to test his skills in a bid to take back what he most cares for. And, given the new challenges and the struggle against injustice, namely its conflict with Shin and the rest of the martial arts school in Nanto Seiken, Kenshirou is gradually turned into the savior of a violent irradiated world.


8. FLCL

FLCL

Synopsis:

Naota Nandaba is a sixth-grade ordinary living in an unforgettable city. After Tasuku 's brother leaves America to play Baseball, Naota takes care of everything Tasuku left behind — from his top bed to his ex-girlfriend Mamimi Samejima who has not stopped clinging to Naota since he left Tasuku.

Rating: 8/10


However, Naota knows little that his worldly existence will be forever altered: he enters Haruko Haruhara, a Vespa-riding bass guitar psychopath whose first meetings with Naota leaves him with tire tracks on his back and a giant horn on his head. Naota knows very little. Although he wants peace and quiet, Naota is drawn to the heart of the biggest fight for supremacy which has ever been witnessed by Haruko — and possibly the whole universe — if he takes up residence at the home of his relatives.


7. Genshiken

Genshiken

Synopsis:

Kanji Sasahara is a freshman who is an introverted college looking for a fitness place. One day, he stumbles over the Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture, or Genshiken, which brings together the entire spectrum of Otaku culture. But his first visit to the club doesn't end properly, as his senior Harunobu Madarame is squandered by Sasahara's pride, and he completely negates his otaku nature, However, Sasahara becomes more involved in club activities, including an obsession about his favorite animes, reading doujinshi, and attending conventions, when friend Makoto Kousaka, who turns out to be a hardcore otaku despite his appearances. There he meets other interesting people such as Saki Kasukabe, who is vehemently untakeable and who strives to turn her boyfriend into a "normal man." There he meets other people.


Rating: 8/10


Saki strives to understand Otaku culture and the love of her boyfriend, but Sasahara enjoys his time at Genshiken, gradually throwing away all denials that he once had of being an Otaku and immersing itself in the style of an Otaku life.


6. Isekai Quartet

Isekai Quartet

Synopsis:

It is a normal day: everybody from Tanya Degurechaff, an outcast military girl and 16-year-old Isekai protagonist Satou Kazuma, to Ainz Ooal Gown, an expansionist overlord, and Rem and Ram, demons, continue their dailies. Suddenly they are faced with a remarkable red button begging to be pressed. Surmounted by curiosity, the characters of the world press the button to send them to an unknown world.


Rating: 8/10


The characters have to live a normal school life and get to know others without escape. One thing is certain: the classroom full of excentric fan-looking people is never boring!


5. Lucky☆Star

Lucky☆Star

Synopsis:

Lucky☆Star follows the daily lives of four cute high school girls — Konata Izumi, the lazy otaku the twins of Hiiragi, Tsukasa, and Kagami (sugar and spices, respectively); and the smart and well-mannered Miyuki Takara.


Rating: 8/10


As they live their lives at school and beyond, they develop their eccentric and lively friendship and make humorous observations about the world around them. Whether it's a Japanese tradition, the intricacy of otaku culture, academics, or the right way to prepare and eat different foods — no subject is safe from their music.


4. Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

Synopsis:

Kyon has long abandoned his belief in the Supernatural, your typical high-school student. But he quickly realizes that it is the supernatural that she's interested in when meeting Haruhi Suzumiya — aliens, time travelers, and others. When Haruhi complains that the school is without fascinating clubs, Kyon inspires Haruhi to form its own club. The result is the formation of SOS Brigade, a club specializing in everything supernatural.


Rating: 8/10


To his sorrow, Yuki Nagato, the shy and shy Mikuru Asahina, and Itsuki Koizumi, who is perpetually smiling, are recruited as members together with the silent biblical girl. The story follows the insane adventures under their fantastic leader Haruhi. This story is based on Nagaru Tanigawa's light novels.


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3. Konosuba

Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!

Synopsis:

Kazuma Satou, a high-school student, and a reclusive Kazume sits before a beautiful but disgusting goddess named Aqua after death on his way back from the purchase of a play. Two choices deliver NEET: to start in the sky or reincarnate in the vision of every gamer – a true world of fantasy! Kazuma is soon faced with fighting a demon king who terrorizes villagers when he wants to start a new life. But before he goes he can choose any kind of item to help him in his search, and Aqua is chosen by the future hero. Yet Kazuma made a serious error — Aqua is useless completely!


Rating: 9/10

Sadly, their challenges do not stop here; it turns out that it is very different how a game is played in such a setting. The pair must work first to pay for their living costs rather than pursue an exciting adventure. In reality, their misfortunes have just begun!


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2. One Punch Man

One Punch Man

Synopsis:

The apparently unusual Saitama has quite a unique hobby: to be a hero. He trained unabated for three years, lost all his hair in the process, to pursue his childhood dream. Now Saitama is extremely powerful, and no enemy can fight against him. Saitama is so powerful. Indeed, all it took to defeat evildoers with a single punch led to an unforeseen problem — he could no longer enjoy the thrill of fighting and was quite boring.

Rating: 9/10


All that changes with the arrival of Genos, a nineteen-year-old cyborg, who, after seeing what he is able, wants to be Saitama's disciple. Genos proposes that the two will join the Hero's Association to become certified heroes, and Saitama, shocked by the fact that no one knows who he is, quickly agrees. And so the story of One Punch Man begins the action-comedy that follows an eccentric individual who is looking forward to struggling with strong enemies who hopefully bring him the excitement he felt once.


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1. Gintama

Gintama

Synopsis:

The Amanto, invaders, conquered the Earth and took over feudal Japan. Consequently, a ban has been imposed on swords and the samurai of Japan are thus regarded with disdain.

Rating: 9/10


Yet Gintoki Sakata always has the samurai's spirit, even though one does not predict it from his love of sweets and yorozuya. Sherpachi Shimura, a kid with a lens and face, Kagura with a shield and seemingly bottomless stomach, and Sadaharu, an exceptionally large pet dog accompany him in his work in a jack-of-all-trades line. Such odd jobs are not always easy, of course, as they frequently run into the police, ragtag rebels, and assassins, frequently leading to amusing yet unhappy consequences.


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