60+ Best Anime Comedy Movies On Netflix [Ultimate List]

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Everybody likes to laugh, which is why comedy is a universally great genre. Something as easy as a picture can immediately brighten up one’s day, so believe how much funnier a whole series can be! Today’s word “comedy” has various sub-genres, like dark, romance, slapstick, or even horror.

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (2015)

Directed by: Yoshiki Yamakawa, Hideki Tachibana

Released date: 4 April 2015

Run Time: 24 minutes 

Cast: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Inori Minase, Maaya Uchida, Yoshimasa Hosoya, Saori Oonishi

A hilarious, self-aware series, Inside, the city of Orario, is a committing labyrinth of buildings over the citizens. The town is run by the God who has tumbled from happiness and formed coalitions. The tiny Goddess Hestia has the tiniest faction, with only 1 in her family, the rookie runner bell.

Black Butler (2008)

Directed by: Noriyuki Abe

Released date: 2 October 2008

Run Time: 1 hour and 59 minutes 

Cast: Michael C. Pizzuto, J. Michael Tatum, Brina Palencia, Daisuke Ono, Monica Rial

One of the most outstanding comedy anime of the late 2000s, you’d find it very hard to go to any conference without seeing an enthusiast outfitted as the iconic Sebastian Michaelis. To punish his family for their untimely death, youthful Master Ciel Phantomhive swaps his soul for a monster. 

Food Wars (2015)

Directed by: Yoshitomo Yonetanj

Released date: 4 April 2015

Cast: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Minami Takahashi, Maaya Uchida, Ai Kayano, Natsuki Hanae

A hilarious and self-aware sequel, Food Wars is a tremendous watch for some light-hearted comedy. Yukihara, the son of a beloved small Japanese diner, enrolls in a privileged culinary school. His objective is to evolve into a full-time chef and to exceed his father’s tremendous abilities, but his reputation in his way is equally enterprising chefs with their ambitions.

Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop (2021)

Directed by: Kyohei Ishiguro

Released Date: 22 July 2021

Watch time: 1 hour and 27 minutes 

Starring: Ichikawa Somegorō VIII, Hana Sugisaki, Kikuko Inoue

Cherry is an isolated child who assists senior citizens and prefers to convey himself via handwritten haikus. Laugh is a popular streamer and online influencer who self-consciously conceals her props behind a facemask. After a mix-up at a regional mall, their destinies are in for a stunning, glowing summer.

Mirai (2018)

Director: Mamoru Hosoda

Released date: 29 November 2018

Watch Time: 1 hour and 38 minutes

Age Recommendation: 8+

Starring: Moka Kamishiraishi, Haru Kuroki, Gen Hoshino

A youthful boy takes a tremendous rise up his family tree in “Mirai,” a confection and profound movie by distinguished “Belle” director Mamoru Hosoda. 4-year-old Kun is surprised by the immediate existence of his new baby sister Mirai and throws tempers around his parents. A teenage girl then seems, saying Kun she is Mirai from the future. Kun goes on a mysterious journey through his family’s past, increasing a better understand

Tokyo Godfathers (2020)

Director: Satoshi Kon

Released date: 13 March 2020

Watch Time: 1 hour and 31 minutes

Age Recommendation: 12+

Starring: Tōru Emori Yoshiaki Umegaki Aya Okamoto

Tokyo Godfathers is a fascinating slice-of-life tale about three abandoned people, Gin, Hana, and Miyuki, who set out on an excursion to discover the mother of a baby. Hope, decent actions, comedy, household values, feel-goodness, and a delighted ending, make Tokyo Godfathers an excellent sweet, laughter film.

Drifting Home (2022)

Director: Hiroyasu Ishida

Released date: 16 September 2022

Watch time: 120 minutes

Starring: Mutsumi Tamura, Asami Seto, Ayumu Murase

When the former evacuated the flat building they grew up in the face of destruction, the old best companions reconnected on top of the canopy. This all-ages journey takes on a survivalist whirl when a flicker flood unexpectedly sends the apartment building adrift in an incredible endless sea separating Kosuke. This movie is full of fun.

Fireworks (2018)

Directed by: Akiyuki Simbo and Nobuyuki Takeuchi

Released date: 4 July 2018

Watch time: 90 minutes.

Starring: Suzu Hirose, Masaki Suda, Mamoru Miyano

Norimichi privately loves his classmate Nazuna, a gorgeous but worried girl planning to run out of the cottage. Norimichi cannot halt Nazuna’s mama from forcibly seizing her back home on the day of their city’s fireworks celebration. Scared and sad, Norimichi tosses a glass marble belonging to Nazuna and hopes he can turn around period. 

Tiger and Bunny: The Beginning (2012)

Directed by: YosarmouredYonetani

Released Date: 22 September 2012

Watch time: 91 minutes

Starring: Hiroaki Hirata, Masakazu Morita, Taiten Kusunoki

In the futuristic Stern Build City, beings understood as NEXTs have corporate supporters and broadcast their journeys on live television. Wild Tiger, a low-ranking, mid-aged superhero, is partnered with the haughty rookie Barnaby Brooks Jr. and forces drift. “Tiger and Bunny colorful reimagining of the genius mother and Bunny.

Cells At Work! (2018)

Directed by: Kenichi Suzuki

Released date: 8 July 2018

Run Time: 112 minutes 

Cast: Tomoaki Maeno, Kana Hanazawa, Maria Naganawa, Kikuko Inoue, Daisuke Ono

This anime concentrates on the interaction between cells, platelets, and several other aspects one can discover inside the human body. Occasionally their work conflicts, and that’s when the argument starts! However, someone former is always out there to recoup the day. From the formal and scary White Blood Cells to the super cute Red Blood Cells, every attitude in this series can generate many giggles for its audience.

Food Wars: Shokugeki No Soma (2015)

Directed by: Yoshitomo Yonetani

Released date: 4 April 2015

Run Time: 10 hours and 24 minutes 

Cast: Kappei Yamaguchi, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Minami Takahashi 

Souma Yukihira is excited about cooking food and making the procedure of creating food a grand scene. So when Souma meets the elite Totsuki Culinary Academy, its Shokugeki immediately grabs his interest. With huger challenges than he has ever confronted before, Souma must put in his years of training and aptitude.

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure (2012)

Directed by: Naokatsu Tsuda

Released date: 6 October 2012

Run Time: 7 hours and 35 minutes 

Cast: David Vincent, Matthew Mercer, Daisuke Ono, Unshô Ishizuka, Toru

Joseph Joestar discovers a stone mask related to his father’s yore. It does not take him long to discern he is the only person on the planet who can overthrow a group of esoteric people known as the Pillar Men. The anime covers Jojo’s happy explorations to do right by his grandfather, as well as his dealing with the many foe and companions he makes more fun.

Ouran HighSchool Host Club (2006)

Directed by: Takuya Igarashi

Released date: 4 April 2006

Run Time: 105 minutes 

Cast: Maaya Sakamoto, Mamoru Miyano, Masaya Matsukaze, Kenichi Suzumura, Yoshinori

Haruhi Fujioka has a genderless impression, due to which she is often inaccurate for a boy. The same occurs at the elite Ouran Academy for the wealthy and famous. After she smashes a costly vase, she is made to meet the Host Club as payment.

Toradora! (2008)

Directed by: Tatsuyuki Nagai

Released date: 1 October 2008

Run Time: 27 minutes 

Cast: Rie Kugimiya, Junji Majima, Yui Horie

This comedy is about the cute but ever-angry Taiga Aisaka, known as the Palmtop Tiger, in her school. Ryuuji Takasu is a quiet and gracious boy who likes cleaning and doing all kinds of housework. These two teenagers form a controversial friendship based on rejected affection. However, unknown to both of them, love soon starts blooming between them and makes more laughter in the film.

The Disastrous Life Of Saiki K. (2016)

Directed by: Yuichi Fukuda

Released date: 4 July 2016

Run Time: 25 minutes 

Cast: Daisuke Ono, Hiroshi Kamiya, Natsuki Hanae

Essentially people would kill to have psychic energies. However, teenager Kusuo Saiki is quite the contrary. He’s been gifted with a comprehensive arrangement of points like telepathy and x-ray vision, but he’s disappointed with his gifts.

One-Punch Man (2015)

Directed by: Shingo Natsume

Released date: 4 October 2015

Run Time: 24 minutes 

Cast: Makoto Furukawa, Kaito Ishikawa, Robbie Daymond

This superhero is so powerful that he destroys all things and everything that arrives in his way with just a straightforward prick. Now, since he can overthrow every villain, Saitama evolves, disappointed and tired of his life. However, everything changes when a young and eager-to-please Cyborg named Genos joins his life. 

The Devil Is a Part-Timer! (2014)

Directed by: Daisuke Tsukushi

Released date: 4 April 2014

Run Time: 24 minutes 

Cast: Ryota Osaka, Yoko Hikasa, Nao Tô

Aoyama, Yuki Ono, Josh Grelle

Satan fights a gruesome battle in Ente Isla to overthrow the land, but his wicked army is on the losing side, thanks to hero Emilia. Satan is compelled to flee to Earth with his public, but Emilia attends him to this new world, inferred to slay him there. To the shock of all three, their energies don’t work here, and thus begin their hilariously comedic journeys. 

Maid Sama! (2010)

Directed by: Hiroaki Sakurai

Released date: 1 April 2010

Run Time: 24 minutes 

Cast: Monica Rial; David Matranga; Ayumi Fujimura, Nobuhiko Okamoto

Misaki Ayuzawa is someone who instills worry in the soul of every student in her school. But different from everybody, she harbors a wide dark secret–she labors as a maid cafe! She chooses to keep this facet a secret to protect her impression at school. Unfortunately, fellow student Takumi Usui fumbles across her secret very by opportunity. 

Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan (2010)

Directed by: Michio Fukuda

Released date: 6 July 2010

Run Time: 24 minutes 

Cast: Darrel Guilbeau, Liam O’Brien, Grant George, Bryce Papenbrook

Rikuo Nura pertains to the Nura Clan line to achieve his grandfather as the chair of the family. Due to Rikuo’s origin, he is a human during the day and alters into a Yokai at dusk. To avoid swiveling into a full Yokai, Rikuo assists humans. After finally arriving to terms with his fate, Rikuo adopts his inner Yokai and seizes the role of head of the Nura Clan.

Fairy Tail (2009)

Directed by: Masaya Fujimori

Released date: 12 October 2009

Run Time: 1 hour and 25 minutes 

Cast: Cherami Leigh, Todd Haberkorn; Tia Lynn

Lucy Heartfilia rides into Natsu Dragneel and his partner Happy, who is on a pursuit to discover Natsu’s foster father, the dragon Igneel. After an abduction accident and being protected by Natsu, Lucy is afraid to learn that Natsu is a mage of the Fairy Tail guild, he inaugurates her to the association, and she soon discovers herself enlisting, and her journey to become a genius begins.

Little Witch Academia (2015)

Directed by: Yoh Yoshinari

Released date: 9 October 2015

Run Time: 26 minutes 

Cast: Megumi Han, Laura Post, Michiyo Murase

As a child, Akko was motivated to become a tremendous sorcerer after witnessing a mysterious performance by the witch Shiny Chariot. Even though Akko hails from a non-magical household, however, enrolls in the Luna Nova Magical Academy. With the assistance of her companions and her cane, Shiny Rod Akko will memorize what it means to be a Witch.

Your Lie in April (2014)

Directed by: Takehiko Shinjo

Released date: 9 October 2014

Run Time: 2 hours and 2 minutes 

Cast: Kento Yamazaki, Suzu Hirose, Anna Ishii

Two years later, Kousei still averts the piano, evacuating behind his suitors and foe, and lives a colorless life alongside his companions Tsubaki Sawabe and Ryouta Watari. However, everything changes when he meets a gorgeous violinist, Kaori Miyazono, who agitates his world and sets him on a journey to face the song again.

Kill la Kill (2013)

Directed by: Hiroyuki Imaishi

Released date: 3 October 2013

Run Time: 24 minutes 

Cast: Ami Koshimizu, Aya Suzaki; Toshihiko Seki, Shin’ichirô Miki

This movie gives more laughter with comedy. When transfer student Ryuko Matoi, who is searching for her father’s assassin, comes to Honnouji, she clashes with Student council president Satsuki Kiryuin and her deputies, dubbed the Elite Four, who sanction Honnouji Academy. They have the school under exact control thanks to their outstanding outfits, “Goku Uniforms” that give them superhuman skills.

Aggretsuko (2016)

Directed by: Rancho

Released date: 2 April 2016

Run Time: 15-27 minutes 

Cast: Rarecho, Kaolip, Megumi Kawasaki

Second day and another dollar for 25-year-old Red Panda Retsuko. Her modesty and diminutiveness guide her from being influenced by her lazy friends, and whether it be sexist and misogynistic comments by her boss or being embarrassed by her patronizing coworkers, Retusko has a different way of relieving her pressure by singing.


Directed by: Hayato Date

Released date: 21 September 1999

Run Time: 84.3 hours 

Cast: Steve Blum, Zabuza Momochi, Susan Dalian, Henry Dittman

On the day of Naruto Uzumaki’s origin, the town of Konoha was assaulted by the 9-tailed fox monster. To protect the town, Naruto’s father, the 4th Hokage, surrendered his life and sealed the anguish in his newborn son. 13 years later, Naruto finished the ninja academy and became a shinobi to be the Hokage of the town.

Blue Exorcist (2011)

Directed by: Koichi Hatsumi

Released date: 17 April 2011

Run Time: 1 hour and 30 minutes 

Cast: Bryce Papenbrook, Rin Okumura, Shiemi Moriyama, Yukio Okumura

Rin Okumura is a normal and courageous child until the day afflictions set upon him. His entire world is lowered on its head when he finds out that he is the son of Satan and that his body is the container his father needs to reimburse to the Human world. Rather than enlisting his father, Rin is sent to True Cross Academy and trains to evolve into an exorcist.

Rurouni Kenshin (2012)

Directed by: Keishi Ohtomo

Released date: 25 August 2012

Run Time: 2 hours and 14 minutes 

Cast: Takeru Satoh; Emi Takei; Yû Aoi Munetaka Aoki, Gô Ayano

Battousai has evacuated his lifestyle to apologize for his sins, now living as Kenshin Himura, a traveling swordsman with pleasing behavior and a powerful will. Vowing never to kill again and this moment gives lungs out a laugh. Kenshin devotes himself to conserving the weak. One day, he fumbles across Kaoru Kamiya at her kendo dojo, which is being endangered by a hypocrite contending to be Battousai. 

Seven Deadly Sins (2014)

Directed by: Tomokazu Tokoro

Released date: October 2014

Run Time: 9 hours and 30 minutes 

Cast: Bryce Papenbrook; Erika Harlacher, Max Mittelman, Cristina Valenzuela, Rica Mendez 

The Holy Knights of Britannia use influential magic to conserve the region of Britannia and its nations. “The Seven Deadly Sins” existed phrased for the assassination of the Great Holy Knight Zaratas. They disappeared from the pursuing Holy Knights, but rumors began again to prevail that these legendary knights were still busy. Ten years later, the Holy Knights themselves directed a coup.

Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple (2006)

Directed by: Hiroshi Ishiodori

Released date: 7 October 2006

Run Time: 25 minutes 

Cast: Carrie Savage, Tomoko Kawakami, Mamiko Noto

After years of relentless bullying, Kenichi Shirahama understands martial arts from genius Miu Furinji, who tells him the journey. Taking on his enemies, Kenichi discovers more about himself and the world’s grievances. The movie gives adventure and comedy.

Okami-san and Her Seven Companions (2016)

Directed by: Iwasaki Yoshiaki

Released date: 29 November 2016

Run Time: 10 hours 

Cast: Colleen Clinkenbeard, Monica Rial; Caitlin Glass, Brina Palencia, Monica Rial, Joel McDonald

In this anime series, spunky high school student Ryoko and her companions form Otogi Bank, a civic club specializing in deciding issues for classmates using contentious games.

Fruits Basket (2019)

Directed by: Akitaro Daichi

Released date: 5 April 2019

Run Time: 24 minutes 

Cast: Laura Bailey; Nobunaga Shimazaki; Eric Vale; Jerry Jewell.

Yuki Sohma is a child whose household harbors an odd secret: If any of them are hugged by a member of the contrary sex, they transform into creatures of the Chinese zodiac. To complicate aspects, Yuki’s household has taken in a youthful orphan called Tohru.

Heaven’s Lost Property (2009)

Directed by: Hisashi Saito

Released date: 4 October 2009

Run Time: 1 hour and 37 minutes 

Cast: Jamie Marchi; Brittney Karbowski; Saori Hayami; Greg Ayres, Eric Vale

When an angel android plunges from the sky and starts awarding Tomoki Sakurai’s desires, the teenage boy’s life is swiveled upside down. Tomoki soon memorizes his hormone-inspired hopes that can turn into dreams, like maniacal robots made of skivvies.

Rosario + Vampire: Capu2 (2011)

Directed by: Takayuki Inagaki

Released date: 15 December 2011

Run Time: 5 hours and 25 minutes 

Cast: Alexis Tipton; Colleen Clinkenbeard; Todd Haberkorn.

Soon after enlisting in a private academy, high school freshman Tsukune finds out that all the other students are concealing supernatural mysteries beneath their human masks. That’s when he relieves Moka, a lovely vampire!

Baka and Test (2010)

Directed by: Shin Aonuma

Released date: 6 January 2010

Run Time: 25 minutes 

Cast: Jamie Marchi, Brina Palencia, Josh Grelle, Alexis Tipton, Greg Ayres

At Fumizuki Academy, learners intentionally summoned beings to assault their classmates. While Class A is the best, the children in Class F are the worst on campus and are about to find themselves confronting the school’s prime skill.

Rosario + Vampire (2011)

Directed by: Takayuki Inagaki, Masaharu Tomoda

Released date: 15 December 2011

Run Time: 25 minutes 

Cast: Nana Mizuki, Daisuke Kishio, Todd Haberkorn, Colleen Clinkenbeard

When Tsukune accidentally enrolls in a school for demons concealed as humans, he must disguise the fact that he is human or in danger of missing his life. After falling for cute Vampire Moka, he agrees it is worth the chance to keep up.

Kaze No Stigma (2007)

Directed by: Junichi Sakata.

Released date: 12 April 2007

Run Time: 9 hours and 36 minutes

Cast: Cherami Leigh, Mark Stoddard, Sean Hannigan

Kazuma is the black sheep in his household of fire-handling martial arts masters, as he instead evolves into a teacher wind hero in this comedy anime series. With his odd new energies, Kazuma sets out to adopt various exotic foes.

Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! (2012)

Directed by: Tatsuya Ishihara

Released date: 4 October 2012

Run Time: 1 hour and 38 minutes 

Cast: Jun Fukuyama, Maaya Uchida, Chinatsu Akasaki, Azumi Asakura, Sumire Uesaka

Yuta once suffered with “Chunibyo,” believing he retained extraordinary energies, but his misconceptions estranged him from his classmates. After graduating from Junior High, Yuta yearns for an ordinary life, free from his old embarrassing behavior. After accidentally joining a treaty with a classmate, the delusional Rikka, she finds out.

No Game No Life (2014)

Directed by: Atsuko Ishizuka

Released date: 9 April 2014

Run Time: 1 hr and 47 minutes 

Cast: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Ai Kayano, Yôko Hikasa, Yuka Iguchi, Mamiko Noto

Sibling pair Sora and Shiro are the nation’s most difficult team of pro gamers. When they govern to beat the God of all innovation in a game of chess, they are sent to a similar world where every conflict is unraveled through athletics.

Kuroko’s Basketball (2012)

Directed by: Shunsuke Tada

Released date: 7 April 2012

Run Time: 1 hr and 31 min

Cast: Kenshô Ono, Yoshimasa Hosoya, Yuki Ono, Hirofumi Nojima, Chiwa Saitô.

The Generation of Miracles gained three perfect seasons in a row. Kuroko was the different 6th miracle, and despite being awful at basketball, his lack of existence on the court enables him to be a secret missile for his team. With Kuroko and the qualified newcomer, Taiga Kagami enlists Seirin High’s basketball team, and exactly what they want if they are to whip the other units of The era of godsends.

Akame ga Kill! (2014)

Directed by: Tomoki Kobayashi

Released date: 7 July 2014

Run Time: 4 hours and 32 min

Cast: Sôma Saitô, Sora Amamiya, Yu Asakawa, Risa Mizuno, Yukari Tamura

We wish you had sent some tissues because there’s a lot of blood to clean up. Attempting to give his back in the countryside, Tatsumi heads to the equity to make a name for himself. Arrived in the equity, only to find out the powerful fraud is victimizing the people. Tatsumi is enrolled in a group called Night Raid. 

Great Pretender (2020)

Directed by: Hiro Kaburagi

Released date: 2 June 2020

Run Time: 23 minutes 

Cast: Junichi Suwabe, Natsumi Fujiwara, Mie Sonozaki, Chiaki Kobayashi, Yuka Komatsu

With an assassin opening and an extremely fun story, it’s not tough to see why so many subscribers enjoyed the anime. Professional thief Edamura Masato and his partner in crime Kudo effort to trick a Frenchmen in Asakusa, only to be fooled in return. Indicating himself to be Laurent Thierry, one of the nation’s best thieves.

Dorohedoro (2020)

Directed by: Q Hayashida

Released date: 13 January 2020

Run Time: 23 minutes

Cast: Wataru Takagi, Reina Kondou, Ken’yû Horiuchi, Yoshimasa Hosoya, Yû Kobayashi

For one of the greatly entertaining anime series to the turf on Netflix in 2020. In the poverty-stricken area known as “Hole,” the powerful casualty is soft. Not edge to the laws and morality in the out world, death is a common circumstance. Angered by the way the citizens of Hole are dealt with, Kaimon is a man sworn by his reptilian impression.

Beastars (2019)

Directed by: Paru Itagaki

Released date: 10 October 2019

Run Time: 22 minutes

Cast: Chikahiro Kobayashi, Yuki Ono, Sayaka Senbongi, Fukushi Ochiai, Junya Enoki

You do not have to be a furry to admire the sequel, problems with a level of nuance are hardly seen in an anime. In an anthropomorphic nation, society is halved between herbivores and carnivores. At Cherryton Academy, the school is swirled when a herbivore student is eaten up. This causes turmoil among the students, making it confused for the shy Legos

Monthly Girls’ Nozaki Kun (2014)

Directed by: Izumi Tsubaki

Released date: 24 September 2014

Run Time: 3 minutes

Cast: Yuichi Nakamura, Ari Ozawa, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Mai Nakahara, Yuki Ono

Chiyo Sakura has a big crush on her schoolmate Umetarou Nozaki. She strives in everything she can to grab his eye, including working as his deputy for his manga work. But Nozaki appears oblivious to all her emotional gestures. Chiyo’s misadventures inaugurate her with a unique group of children, all with concerns of their own.

A Whisker Away (2020)

Directed by: Junichi Sato, Tomotaka Shibayama 

Released date: 18 June 2020

Run Time:1 hour and 44 minutes

Cast: Mirai Shida, Natsuki Hanae, Johnny Yong, Bosch

Miyo Sasaki is an uncomfortable teen with a confounded home life and a fascination that she possibly makes a bit too apparent. One day, Miyo meets a cat mood, giving her a mask that will enable her to alter into a cat, an ability she utilizes to get near her love interest. A Whisker Away’s narrative moves out like a right-forward funny love story of children.

Stand By Me Doraemon Movies (2014; 2020)

Directed by: Tony Oliver, Ryuichi Yagi

Released date: 8 August 2014

Run Time: 1 hour and 35 minutes 

Cast: Wasabi Mizuta, Megumi Ohara, Satoshi Tsumabuku

Correlated to series, anime films can be difficult to come by, extremely if a company like Studio Ghibli does not generate them. Netflix’s nomination of anime features provides an entry point for those who have yet to scoop their toes, making it simpler for fans to chase new and older films. These anime make it more fun, and it has very exciting features.

The Way Of The Househusband (2021)

Directed by: KousukeOnee

Released date: 8 April 2021

Run Time: 19 minutes

Cast: Kenjiro Tsuda, Shizuka Ito, Kazuyuki Okitsu

Tatsu was no natural Yakuza; he was one of the greatly feared Yakuza out there, receiving the epithet of “The Immortal Dragon.” But now the Eternal Dragon has resigned and has transitioned from straight-up Yakuza to a househusband. Whether earning a tiny snack for his wife Miku or murdering a cockroach; everything is a life or death circumstance as it is The Way Of The Househusband.

The Assassination Classroom (2015)

Directed by: Yusei Matsui

Released date: 9 January 2015

Run Time: 1 hour and 50 minutes 

Cast: Jun Fukuyama, Mai Fuchigami, Bryce Papenbrook

Blending two incredible genres of anime, High School and Comedy, The story gives rise to you wanting to laugh and rage. The story involves an alien who eradicated our moon, with Planet Earth his next prey. The alien leaps and spans are more advanced than anything compassion has on their side, so humanity has no opportunity to withstand. After he is given the educator position, he will enable the students.

Haikyuu!! (2014)

Directed by: Haruichi Furudate

Released date: 6 April 2014

Run Time: 90 minutes 

Cast: Ayumu Murase, Kaito Ishikawa, Yu Hayashi

Haikyuu!! is easily one of the first names that come to mind in comedy movies. The story of the Karasuno volleyball team gives rise to you rolling down on the ground laughing. We realize and relate with every single unit of the team; this is the most relatable an anime can ever get. A tale of strength, a story of assumption, a tale of never going up, Haikyu!! Makes you laugh out loud and moan your lungs out.

Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood (2009)

Directed by: Hiromu Arakawa

Released date: 25 August 2009

Run Time: 18 minutes

Cast: Kent Williams, Iemasa Kayumi, Matthew Leonhart

This is an anime with a much more severe storyline but also has its junctures with great comedy and well-written abnormal characters. We follow the Elric brothers, who have had a big symbolic plate of “misfortune” fulfilled in their existence. They can only straighten everything by memorizing alchemy, precisely what they do.

Dr. Stone (2022)

Directed by: Boichi

Released date: 10 July 2022

Run Time: 60 minutes 

Cast: Yusuke Kobayashi, Manami Numakura, Gen Sato

We attend the life of a teenage scientist who is far too stunning for his age. The kid knows everything and anything you want to understand about the world. But no quantity of master could protect the world from expiring. One fine day every sole human being in the world just turned into gravel, yes, every sole one. This captioned the end of compassion as we know it. 

Hunter X Hunter (2011)

Directed by: Yoshihiro Togashi

Released date: 2 October 2011

Run Time: 26 minutes

Cast: Issei Futamata, Megumi Han, Cristina Valenzuela 

Hunters are great fighters who have permission to kill. It’s a license that should be used to keep the nation at consensus, not something to be taken as a goal. We follow Gon, a courageous new boy who is glancing for his dad, who used to be a hunter. This was our prime list of comedy anime you will discover on Netflix. 

Hanasaku Iroha the Movie: Home Sweet Home (2013)

Directed by: Masahiro Ando

Released date: march 2013

Run Time: 1 hour and 6 minutes 

Cast: Cho, Kenji Hamada, Takako, Honda

Matsumae’s companion and the rival Inn’s daughter Ohana want to touch her mama’s history as she accidentally fumbles upon Matsumae’s diaries. This anime’s storyline is funny as the staff strives to test Ohana during her training to become a landlady. Hilarious junctures in this comedy movie elicit the spectators to have a big laugh.

Tamako Love Story (2014)

Directed by: Naoko Yamada

Released date: 26 April 2014

Run Time: 1 hr and 23 minutes

Cast: Aya Suzaki, Atsushi Tamaru, Yuki Kaneko

The tale revolves around a personality known as Tamako Kitashirakawa, a third-year learner. She waits cluelessly about what will be her second walk in life. Her life will always alter when Mochizou agrees to confess his impressions to her. Tamako Love Story is the most delightful romantic comedy anime film we have ever encountered. 

Summer Wars (2009)

Directed by: Mamoru Hosoda 

Released date: 1 August 2009

Run Time: 114 minutes 

Cast: Ryunosuke Kamiki, Nanami Sakuraba, Mitsuki Tanimura, Sumiko Fuji

This is a comedy film that successfully apprehended audiences’ scrutiny. We have different and funny identities and stories that add much-needed humor, making it difficult to concentrate on one. This comedy movie is a gem to all the science dorks as so many fascinating notions will keep them hooked for a more extensive interval. 

One Piece Strong World (2009)

Directed by: Munehisa Sakai 

Released date: 12 December 2009

Run Time: 1 hour and 55 minutes

Cast: Mayumi Tanaka, Kazuya Nakai, Akemi Okamura, Kappei Yamaguchi, Hiroaki Hirata, Ikue Ohtani, Yuriko Yamaguchi, Kazuki Yao, Chō

Anime enthusiasts will wholeheartedly decide that this film is one of the best comedy anime ever. This anime picture strives to tell a tale about a youthful man who is also a famous raider. He abducts a member of Straw Hat Pirates in his hustle to fight against the national government, and the component must assist him in attaining his prime purpose. 

Hayate the Combat Butler! Movie (2011)

Directed by: Hideto Komori 

Released date: 27 August 2011

Run Time: 70 minutes

Cast: Ryoko Shiraishi, Rie Kugimiya, Rie Tanaka, Shizuka Itou, Mikako Takahashi

Hayate, the fighting butler, is a highly happy anime movie released in 2011, replenished with adventure and invisible comedy. Following the film’s plot, the protagonist, the butler Hayate and his wife Nagi like to spend integrity vacations in the country. The twist occurs when unusual energy tries to segregate the cute couple.

Li’l Spider-Girl (2012)

Directed by: Toshihisa Kaiya

Released date: 12 March 2012

Run Time: 25 minutes

Cast: Mitsuaki Hoshino, Tomoko Kaneda, Asami Shimoda. Hiroshi Tsuchida

Wasurenagumo is an anime that is full of comedy and cuteness. The plot is about a mythical man who protected the world by shutting down a spider that had resulted in a lot of devastation with his different powers. Mizuki Henmi is a teen girl who glimpses how her friend Shu Suzuri, a soft man, schedules to sell a mysterious book. She finally finds the old book and deals with it approximately. 

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