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* ''VideoGame/GodHand'': There actually ''is'' a plot, but even the characters make fun of it. Also, there are midget SuperSentai and a gorilla in a luchador mask.

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* ''VideoGame/GodHand'': There actually ''is'' a plot, but even the characters make fun of it. Also, there are midget SuperSentai {{Sentai}} and a gorilla in a luchador mask.


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* Many of the now classic comedy shorts from UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfHollywood and UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood are this such as Creator/BusterKeaton, Creator/CharlieChaplin, Film/TheLittleRascals, Creator/LaurelAndHardy, Film/TheThreeStooges and so on.

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* Many All three of the now classic comedy shorts from UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfHollywood major fanfics on [[https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/poketown_2/fan-fiction-f24/ Poke Town]] (''Fanfic/ThePokemonSquad'', ''Fanfic/TheLooneyScientistsShow'' and UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood ''Fanfic/SethInThePokecity'' are this such as Creator/BusterKeaton, Creator/CharlieChaplin, Film/TheLittleRascals, Creator/LaurelAndHardy, Film/TheThreeStooges this, with their constant GettingCrapPastTheRadar and so on.BlackComedy. It's quite apparent that Rayquaza Master, Lancelot Niccals and [=KalloFox34=] don't want you to take their respective fanfics seriously.


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* Many of the now classic comedy shorts from UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfHollywood and UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood are this such as Creator/BusterKeaton, Creator/CharlieChaplin, Film/TheLittleRascals, Creator/LaurelAndHardy, Film/TheThreeStooges and so on.
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* ''Anime/HareGuu'': With a mix of serious and nonserious subplots.

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* ''Anime/HareGuu'': With a mix of serious and nonserious subplots. Do ''not'' get invested in the serious ones -- without fail, they will swerve nonserious at the last minute.


* ''Manga/KillMeBaby'', 99.9% of which is played for a purely comedic scenario where all seriousness and compassion are thrown out the window.

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* ''Manga/KillMeBaby'', 99.9% of which is played for a purely comedic scenario where all seriousness and compassion are thrown out the window. And the manga becomes a SadistShow as it goes on.


* Any series about ''ComicBook/Deadpool'', usually of the MediumAwareness, BreakingTheFourthWall, and BlackComedy with a dose of RefugeInAudacity.

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* Any series about ''ComicBook/Deadpool'', ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'', usually of the MediumAwareness, BreakingTheFourthWall, and BlackComedy with a dose of RefugeInAudacity.

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* ''ComicBook/DominicAndClaire'' comics deal with the title characters in short vignettes loaded up with jokes.


* ''Manga/TheDisastrousLifeOfSaikiK'', which centers around a psychic with powers so strong he could destroy the world in a few days who, more than anything, wants to be left alone to watch TV and eat [[TrademarkFavoriteFood coffee jelly]]. Unfortunately, the wacky cast that [[MagneticHero flocks toward him]] make this impossible, forcing him to use his powers to either save them or get himself out of inconvenient situations.



%%* ''Manga/HaruhiChan''

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%%* ''Manga/HaruhiChan''* ''Manga/HaruhiChan'', a spin-off of ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' in which everyone is SuperDeformed, Ryoko Asakura, [[spoiler:a former villain]], has been rendered an ineffectual ButtMonkey by [[CameBackWrong regenerating herself at about half the size]], and [[TheStoic Yuki]] has picked up a dating sim habit. Everyone's quirks get turned up to eleven for maximum wacky hijinks.



%%* ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}''

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%%* ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}''* ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}'' has very little in the way of continuity and much more in the way of over-the-top wackiness, including an eight-year-old girl who's built a robot teenager with cannons and sweets stashed away in every possible spot, Mio (the ostensible OnlySaneMan most of the time) taking out a whole crowd of people to prevent anyone from seeing her yaoi manga manuscripts, and the vice principal suplexing a deer with only one witness.


* ''[[WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters The Ghost Busters]]'' was, like the "Abbott and Costello Meet the Monsters" movies, a beginning, an ending, and a rapid-fire succession of jokes in between. The writers and artists who worked on the [[AnimatedAdaptation animated sequel]] regarded it as a gag series compared to the more serious ''HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse''.

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters The Ghost Busters]]'' was, like the "Abbott and Costello Meet the Monsters" movies, a beginning, an ending, and a rapid-fire succession of jokes in between. The writers and artists who worked on the [[AnimatedAdaptation animated sequel]] regarded it as a gag series compared to the more serious ''HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse''.''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse''.

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* ''Anime/BikiniWarriors'': Four-minute long episodes about fantasy class females [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin wearing only bikinis]]. This anime is loaded up with plenty of {{Fanservice}}, parodies the fantasy genre, has nonsensical plots (if you can call them plots) and provides plenty of laughs.

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* ''Anime/HakushonDaimao'': A little boy named Kan-chan finds two genies in a bottle, an inept father and mischievious daughter. HilarityEnsues when Kan-chan's wishes are granted. This is essentially a gag anime [[spoiler:in spite of the SuddenDownerEnding where the two genies have to leave Earth for 100 years]].


* While ''HisCooolSeHaGirls'' has a serialized plot, it's more interested in being this.

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* While ''HisCooolSeHaGirls'' ''Anime/HisCooolSeHaGirls'' has a serialized plot, it's more interested in being this.


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* ''Manga/SamuraiHighSchool'': Almost everything that happens in the story is PlayedForLaughs, and any time a serious conflict arise, it rarely affects anyone too badly and gets resolved rather quickly. Despite this, their is the semi-serious main storyline about a brother and sister who ([[MasculineGirlFeminineBoy fittingly]]) crossdress as eachother to attend the titular school. That being said, this premise is the cause of a lot of hilarity, as the universe itself is quite silly.

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* Many of the now classic comedy shorts from UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfHollywood and UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood are this such as Creator/BusterKeaton, Creator/CharlieChaplin, Film/TheLittleRascals, Creator/LaurelAndHardy, Film/TheThreeStooges and so on.
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* ''Webcomic/LearningWithMangaFGO'' and ''Fate/[=GUDAGUDA=] Order'' serve as this for [[VideoGame/FateGrandOrder their parent game]]. Like ''Grand Blues'', they're treated as alternate universes from the main game (''[=GUDAGUDA=]'' even more so due to its connection to ''Koha-Ace''), and both had crossover events.


* ''Manga/DeliciousInDungeon'' is this at the start before the plot really gets going. The first few chapters have an episodic feel where Team Thorden is mainly just going around the dungeon's first floors killing and eating whatever monster they come across.

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* ''Manga/DeliciousInDungeon'' is this at the start before the plot really gets going. The first few chapters have an episodic feel where Team Thorden Touden is mainly just going around the dungeon's first floors killing and eating whatever monster they come across.

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* While ''HisCooolSeHaGirls'' has a serialized plot, it's more interested in being this.

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