Gin Tama has been airing since 2006, and during that time it's become one of the most popular anime to exist, period. It follows Gintoki, Shinpachi, and Kagura as they take on odd jobs and try to get along with alien lifeforms - and occasionally save the world.
With well over 200 episodes under its belt, fans may not need an anime similar to Gintama for a while - but once they get through its extensive offerings, they may want something new. If you're done with Gintama or want something else fun to watch on the side, these anime like Gin Tama will help. Some shows, like Arakawa Under The Bridge and Osomatsu-san, feature the same zany humor and references to other anime that makes Gintama so great. Other shows, like Getbackers and Noragami, possess one of the Gin Tama's most important plot elements - a team working odd jobs in order to make ends meet. No matter what you liked about this smash hit shonen parody, there's something similar out there that should appeal to you.
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Saiki is a powerful psychic who thinks that his incredible gifts are a total drag - they stop him from doing what's truly important, eating sweets and reading manga. His blase attitude toward life is a lot like Gintoki's, as is his clear talent for the things he refuses to focus on. Both shows are hilarious, but Saiki's episodes are just five minutes long, so if you're a Gintama fan without much time on their hands, choose this show.
Daily Lives Of High School Boys is a hilarious anime that routinely breaks the forth wall with meta commentary. It doesn't exactly have a continuous plot, but you won't miss it because you'll be laughing too hard to care. Though Gintama actually does tell a serious story, many of its episodes are standalone comedy pieces that are more focused on telling jokes than adding to a linear plot. If your favorite episodes of Gintama are the sillier ones, check out Daily Lives Of High School Boys.
Tatsumi Oga is a juvenile delinquent whose primary mission in life is to defeat his classmates in combat - but all that changes when he finds himself in charge of Baby Beel, the child of Satan. The storyline is pretty different from what can be found in Gintama, but the two possess the same random, fourth wall breaking sense of humor. Also, both can put aside the hilarity for some seriously gripping fight scenes.
Sket Dance is what you get when you take Gintama and fuse it with the high school slice of life genre. The Sket Brigade, which consists of the super-strong Hime Onizuka, the bespectacled genius Kazuyoshi Usui, and the eccentric leader Yuusuke Fujisaki, are committed to performing odd jobs around their school - but more often than not they're just getting into bizarre shenanigans. This already sounds a lot like Gintama, but the similarities don't end there. In fact, characters from Gintama have actually made crossover appearances in Sket Dance, perhaps owing to the fact that it was created by one of Hideaki Sorachi's assistants.