Ridiculous anime titles can be both insightful and misleading. Regardless, these ridiculous anime titles never fail to make fans laugh.
Anime titles inform viewers about the show’s content. The titles are typically brief and convey the themes of the stories. However, some anime titles are so ridiculous that it can be difficult to figure out what the show is about. The titles are sometimes so long that fans can deduce the entire plot just by reading the name.
Ridiculous anime titles can be both informative and misleading. Fans may start an anime series based on a specific title, only to be completely surprised by the show’s content. Similarly, anime fans may grow tired of titles that reveal the entire plot. Regardless, these ridiculous anime titles never fail to make fans laugh. So here are 15 of the longest and most ridiculous anime titles.
Anime With The Longest & Most Ridiculous Titles
15. I’ve Somehow Gotten Stronger When I Improved My Farm-Related Skills
Al Wayne, a young man, vows to master all farm-related skills and become the king of farmers. He eventually achieves his goal of becoming the greatest farmer of all time. However, the day he mastered these farm-related skills, his life shifted completely away from farming.
14. This Ultimate Next-Gen Full Dive RPG Is Even Shittier Than Real Life!
A game called “Kiwame Quest” burst onto the scene ten years ago, at the pinnacle of the VRMMO development industry, with unrivalled potential. This game sought ultimate realism, from humanlike NPCs to the perfect replication of all senses and physical abilities, boasting a massive total of 10 sexdecillion possible story scenarios. However, it quickly became clear that the game was far too realistic, and the popularity of VRMMOs in general began to dwindle.
Hiroshi Yuuki, a high school student, now uses full-dive RPGs as a form of escapism after an accident a few years ago. Hiroshi stumbles upon a game shop and meets its lovely clerk Reona Kisaragi, who convinces him to buy a copy of Kiwame Quest so they can play together.
The realism of the game astounds Hiroshi the first time he plays it. His surprise is short-lived, however, as he causes a series of misfortunes, quickly realising that the game is worse than his already stressful life. Hiroshi finds himself logging on again and again, despite his growing disdain for the game. With no second chances in his current situation, Hiroshi has only one goal—clear the game!
13. I Don’t Want to Get Hurt, so I’ll Max Out My Defense
After an enthusiastic invitation from a friend, Kaede Honjou reluctantly agrees to try New World Online, a popular VRMMO played by thousands of people across Japan. She starts her adventure by naming her in-game character Maple. She devotes all of her stat points to vitality as a complete newcomer to such games in order to avoid injury. Despite having no points in any other stat, Maple has an extremely high defence, but she can’t move quickly or hit hard.
This does not, however, have a negative outcome for her. As a result of her strong defence, Maple gains powerful skills such as Total Defense, Poison Immunity, and Devour. These abilities, combined with the incredibly powerful items she acquires, enable her to annihilate the majority of her enemies in a single blow. After only a few days of playing the game, Maple places third in a server-wide event, establishing a reputation as a player who is both unkillable and absurdly powerful.
Despite her strong personality, Kaede has a lot to learn. As she progresses through the game, she meets new friends and acquaintances who help her complete new levels and events. During her adventures, she may pick up some unusual abilities that far exceed her expectations.
12. I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level
Slimes are usually the easiest monsters to kill in role-playing games, so they provide few experience points. But what if you live long enough to defeat them again and again for the next 300 years?
Azusa Aizawa, a corporate slave for many years, dies suddenly from severe exhaustion. When she meets a goddess who grants her immortality as well as a peaceful life in another world, she appears to be on her way to the afterlife. Azusa spends her days tending to her farm, protecting the nearby village, and killing approximately 25 slimes per day—a routine she has followed for at least three centuries.
This rather monotonous cycle, however, begins to change when Azusa discovers that she has reached level 99 (the highest possible level) solely by eating slimes. Rumors of her strength spread despite her best efforts to conceal it for fear of jeopardising her slow life. Soon, people from all over the continent, including the dragon Laika and the elf Halkara, start appearing at her door, some seeking a fight, others seeking her help. After meeting friends and acquaintances who quickly become family, Azusa realises that she can live a far better life with others than she could alone.
11. A Romantic Comedy Where the Childhood Friend Absolutely Will Not Lose
Suehara Maru was childhood best friends with Kuroha Shida, one of the most popular girls at Hozumino High School. Kuroha is the perfect older sister: adorable, outgoing, and affectionate. The boys are constantly pleading with her to join them. When she confesses to Suehara one day, however, he immediately rejects her; he simply cannot think of her in that way! He is also pursuing his first love, Shirokusa Kachi, a school idol and renowned author.
Suehara believes he has a chance with Kachi after one fateful encounter, but he soon learns that Kachi has a boyfriend! Suehara laments what could have been now that his dreams have been dashed. That is, until Kuroha approaches him and suggests, “Let’s get vengeance.”
10. And You Thought There Is Never A Girl Online?
Hideki “Rusian” Nishimura is devastated when a girl in an online game flatly rejects him. To make matters worse, the girl reveals herself to be an older man. In the midst of his rage, with his dreams dashed and his heart broken, Rusian makes an uncharacteristic decision: he will never trust another girl in an online game again.
Years later, Rusian is a member of a guild with three other players, one of whom has a female avatar named “Ako” who is madly in love with Russian and wishes to marry him. Despite his reservations about her being a man, Rusian accepts her proposal, claiming that her gender is unimportant as long as she is attractive in the game. However, after a discussion among guild members leads to all of them meeting offline, Rusian discovers that Ako and the other members are not only girls, but also his classmates.
9. My Mental Choices Are Completely Interfering With My School Romantic Comedy
Kanade Amakusa’s life as a high school student should have been normal, and it would have been if he hadn’t been cursed with the most ridiculous curse imaginable. “Absolute Choice,” a self-proclaimed god-imposed system, randomly presents him with a mental selection of actions that he must carry out based on his choice. To make matters worse, it always seems to happen in the most public of places, and his options always seem to be rude and crude in nature.
As a result, the helpless boy struggles through each day, hoping to repair his already shattered reputation while avoiding the next spontaneous episode of Absolute Choice. To his dismay, the boss is always one step ahead of him, “choosing” him into the lives of several girls at his school. Kanade’s school life is about to get even worse when a decision he reluctantly makes on the way home brings a beautiful girl crashing down from the sky, along with the promise of even more hysterically hellish choices.
8. WorldEnd: What do you do at the end of the world? Are you busy? Will you save us?
Willem Kmetsch jeopardises his life by abandoning his loved ones to battle a mysterious monster, and despite his victory, he is frozen in ice. During his icy slumber, terrifying creatures known as “Beasts” emerge from beneath the Earth’s surface, threatening humanity’s survival. Willem awakens 500 years later to learn that he is the sole survivor of his race, as humanity has been wiped out.
Fearful of the Beasts below, Willem and the other surviving races seek refuge on the floating islands in the sky. He leads a lonely existence and relies on odd jobs to make ends meet. One day, he is assigned to be a weapon storehouse caretaker. Willem accepts it without hesitation, but soon realises that the weapons are actually a gang of young Leprechauns. Despite their human-like appearance, they have no regard for their own lives, viewing themselves as nothing more than weapons of war. Chtholly Nota Seniorious is one of them, and she is willing to sacrifice herself in order to defeat the Beasts and restore peace.
Willem takes on the role of a father figure for the young Leprechauns, looking after them and supporting them in any way he can. He, who once fought so valiantly on the frontlines, can only hope that those sent to battle return safely from the monsters that annihilated his kind.
7. Story in Which I Was Kidnapped by a Young Lady’s School to be a “Sample of the Common People”
Kimito Kagurazaka is a commoner with a fetish for men’s muscles—or so he tells himself if he wants to stay out of trouble at Seikain Academy, an elite all-girls school. Kimito is kidnapped by the school on the assumption that he prefers men, and he is forced to be their “commoner sample,” exposing the girls to both commoners and men in order to smooth the transition to the real world after school. Kimito keeps up the facade to protect his manhood after being threatened with castration if his sexual preferences do not conform to the school’s assumptions.
However, there are eccentric people around every corner who complicate Kimito’s life even further. Among them are Aika Tenkuubashi, a social outcast who says whatever comes to mind, Hakua Shiodome, a young genius, Karen Jinryou, a samurai’s daughter obsessed with defeating Kimito, and Reiko Arisugawa, the ideal student who fantasises about marrying Kimito. The Commoner Club, made up of these four girls and the commoner himself, tries to teach the girls more about life outside of school, while Kimito gradually learns about the strange girls surrounding him.
Given the show’s strange premise, a grammatically correct title is the last thing on anyone’s mind. It tells the story of a teen boy who is kidnapped by an all-girls school to help sheltered students prepare for life after school. To avoid being literally castrated by the school administration, he must pretend to be gay.
6. Problem Children Are Coming From Another World, Aren’t They?
Izayoi Sakamaki, Asuka Kudou, and You Kasukabe are three extraordinary teenagers with psychic abilities who are tired of their disproportionately mundane lives—until they each receive a strange envelope containing an invitation to the mysterious Little Garden.
Kurousagi greets the trio after being mysteriously dropped into a vast new world, explaining that they have been given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate in special high-stakes games using their abilities. To participate, however, they must first join a community. When the group learns that Kurousagi’s “No Names” community has lost its official status and abundant land as a result of their defeat at the hands of a demon lord, they set out to help reclaim the dignity of their new home, eager to protect its residents and explore the excitement that Little Garden has to offer.
Isn’t it true that problem children come from another world? is actually a fairly well-executed isekai anime about a group of bored geniuses who are unexpectedly transported to a strange new land called Little Garden – but that title doesn’t sound particularly inspiring.
5. Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?
In the bustling city of Orario, life is never dull, especially for Bell Cranel, a naive young man who aspires to be the greatest adventurer in the land. After a chance meeting with the lonely goddess Hestia, his dreams become a little more real. With her help, Bell embarks on a fantastic quest deep within the city’s monster-filled catacombs known only as the “Dungeon,” where death lurks around every corner and a mysterious power moves in the shadows.
Even on the surface, survival is a hard-won privilege. In a world where gods and humans coexist, especially when they frequently clash, nothing is ever certain. But one thing is certain: the fearlessly optimistic hero of this herculean tale will encounter a slew of blunders, triumphs, and friendships.
Moral quandaries like “Is it wrong to try to pick up girls in a dungeon?” are the last thing a lighthearted harem anime needs. What happens if you say yes? Isn’t that a catastrophe? Anyway, this show follows Bell Cranel on his various adventures, where he meets a lot of cute girls but, for the most part, does not pick them up.
4. Shimoneta: A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist
Since the implementation of strict new morality laws, Japan has become a nation cleansed of all that is obscene and impure. Authorities have gone to great lengths to ensure that society remains chaste, including monitoring citizens with special devices worn around their necks.
Tanukichi Okuma, the son of a notorious terrorist who opposed chastity laws, has just started high school and is volunteering for the student council in order to get closer to president Anna Nishikinomiya, his childhood friend and crush. He has no idea that the vice president, Ayame Kajou, 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 because of his father’s notoriety.
Tanukichi is quickly dragged into her SOX organisation, where he is forced to spread obscene propaganda in order to aid in the launch of an attack against the oppressive rule of the government. Tanukichi will be forced to do the unthinkable when he realises their primary target is the person he most admires, with their school as the first point of attack.
With a title like this, you’d think the premise would be equally bizarre – and it is. Shimoneta takes place in a society where anything remotely obscene or lewd is prohibited. The government even forces its citizens to wear special devices around their necks to ensure chastity. Blue Snow, a masked criminal, attempts to liberate society by disseminating lewd content among the populace.
3. Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks?
To most adolescent gamers, forming an online party with one’s mother appears not only unlikely but also unsettling.
Masato Oosuki, sadly, is in the same situation. After completing a seemingly meaningless survey, he is thrown into the world of a fantasy MMORPG—and his mother Mamako has joined him! Mamako also reveals herself to be a formidable swordswoman, capable of two-hit multi-target attacks! Following some minor squabbles, they look for party members, meeting the merchant Porta and the sage Wise before embarking on their quest to complete the game.
Masato adores his mother, but he is also self-conscious around her. That’s because the two of them have been dragged into a virtual world where their gaming abilities are put to the test – and she’s a lot better than he is!
2. If I don’t successfully pick up 420 girls, I am going to die in a lot of different ways.
Despite having the best and worst title in anime history, this “anime” is actually a two-minute promotional video for a light novel. Sorry for introducing you to the most inequitable thing ever, but no news about this strange-sounding anime has been released since 2013.
1. I Want You To Make a Disgusted Face and Show Me Your Underwear
A project in which a group of women in various costumes show their underwear while making a disgusted face.
This OVA is exactly what it says – girls showing off their underwear while looking disgusted by the person who requested it. What do you mean, subtly?
That’s all for the list; don’t ask why I decided to post it, and be sure to tell us in the comments what the longest and most ridiculous anime title you know is!
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