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Hunter x Hunter (2011)


Alternative Titles

English: Hunter x Hunter
Synonyms: HxH (2011)
Japanese: HUNTER×HUNTER ハンターハンター

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 148
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 2011 to Sep 24, 2014
Premiered: Fall 2011
Broadcast: Sundays at 10:55 (JST)
Licensors: Viz Media
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Manga
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 9.141 (scored by 202,967 users)
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Ranked: #52
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Popularity: #48
Members: 364,598
Favorites: 36,353

Recommendations

Both series have an innovative and entertaining argument. The characters are so real; they are not the typical kick ass character. For that reason, the strategies are the most important at the moment of fight.
 
report Recommended by cronosteso23
Personally i'm a huge OP fan since more than a decade and i have to say that it took me a while before actually giving a try to HxH 'cuz i wasn't sure if i would've liked it.. But. Woah against my expectations i really did like it more than i thought! Truth is that after i gave it a try, i couldn't stop watching it.
The more i was seeing it and the more it was giving me the same feeling that OP gives me. They have the same vibe and have the power to let you enjoyed more and more, this way  read more 
report Recommended by EtnaEraclea
Both series are long running (lots of episodes) series that center around action and fighting. The main characters are very good and the stories are very profound. The powers of the different characters will surprise you every time you get to see a new one. The main characters power never seem repetative and you will always want to see the next episode right away due the high level of suspense throughout the series. 
report Recommended by Darkbow
These two anime are extremely similar, as one would expect since the source material for both anime come from the same mangaka. The two anime have similar themes, characters, and similar, overall atmospheres. 
report Recommended by Em_Leingod
Both series look like light comedy/action at first yet both end up having much deeper and darker stories.
Despite it's bright colours, some dark themes get explored and both series are not afraid to kill people here and there.
They all have young main characters who are set on adventure where they meet a lot of new people and friends.  
report Recommended by kitten320
One punch man has HERO ASSOCIATION, while hunter x hunter has HUNTER ASSOCIATION
Both of them tells about character's unique power. 
report Recommended by bradmaster
Two classic shounen series. Hunter x Hunter and Jojo Stardust Crusaders takes on the adventure theme and brings together a show chronicling characters' journeys. The main male protagonist from both series are strong, resilient, and deep down cares about people he befriends with. In particular, they have a connection with their parent guardian. Both series has a lot of action with supernatural abilities involved and fighting spirit. I recommend both series for fans who are looking for a show with engaging storytelling. 
report Recommended by Stark700
These two anime are depressing to watch. SnK is fully depressing but HxH is like cheerful at first then becoming a psychological kind of anime at the last part. Either way, these two have bad-ass female characters. 
report Recommended by SabrinaRazak
both are new versions of their original anime/manga
both pure and original Shounen
great story with good characters.
MC's family is dysfunctional
many of your shounen favourites were inspired or taken from these two.
some great seiyuu's in it.
even the bad guys are likable 
report Recommended by supermegasonic
Well both are Shounens, so the fighting to overcome powerful foes and gradually getting better and better throughout the series, both main characters have daddy issues,
and they are all about kids with special talents. 
report Recommended by Flashpaw
Both deal with child main characters coming face-to-face with their destinies. Both are doing what they were born to do. 
report Recommended by crazyisgood
Both animes have a main character is determined and always optimistic and when they decide on a goal they stick to it and fulfill it with 100% and determination. Obviously before you watch Naruto Shippuden you'd need to try the first series of it which is also similar to HxH because there are exams at the beginning and minor enemies to fight off to improve strength etc.
Both are fighting shounen animes so overall Hunter x Hunter and Naruto/Naruto Shippuden are greatly similar in many ways. 
report Recommended by wank
this anime has a lot of comedy and adventure its very similiar to dragon ball in many ways for exmaple :
both main characters are young , both have adventures trough many places , there is a lot of fights and the main characters doesn't know who his parents are..
goku ( dragon ball ) was very impressive as a kid , had a lot of strength for his age and his durability / endurance was amazing
gon ( hunter x hunter ) is a very impressive kid , has a lot of speed and agility for his age , and his sense of  read more 
report Recommended by jack18l
Strong people in crazy costumes with super human abilities. Very shounen, but minimal fan service, and the characters are all unique, entertaining, and intelligent! Also, both have wonderful soundtracks. You can't go wrong here. 
report Recommended by Cerobi
Both shows have a very similar sense of adventure to them (well, at least in the earlier arcs of HxH), and both have fantastic visuals. 
report Recommended by RoarkTenjouin
Bright colors, rich character designs in both how the characters look and act, not to mention a fantastical adventure to hunt down stuff. One series is darker "Hunter x Hunter", and the other has a more comical side, "Fairy Tail", but they both cross to the other side at moments. 
report Recommended by Yemi_Hikari
The characters in both shows are the kind that pull one along in the story, wondering what will happen to them next. 
report Recommended by Yemi_Hikari
The exorcists have special privileges, getting to go wherever they want to with the keys. The hunters license is like a passport to anywhere. Each group goes on adventures within their group and they form friendships, despite dark adventures. The plots draw the viewer in. 
report Recommended by Yemi_Hikari
Both animes are epic fightiing series, with long running arcs. They are both focused about getting stronger through training.  
report Recommended by johnisnothisdate
While Pokemon is an older show, both feature very young adventurers setting out on a journey. 
report Recommended by Yemi_Hikari
Shounen series with overbearingly comedic character designs and archetypal characters that are often misconstrued as brooding, dark, and realistic due to the "mature themes" like death in them 
report Recommended by Detective
Both series have intelligent characters and in many scenes, require them to think to survive. Also, they are both made by Madhouse. 
report Recommended by SilverChariotx
Both have a group of heroes with special abilities. They fight for justice. They bot have great characters 
report Recommended by crazyisgood
The Chimera Ant arc from HxH is somewhat similar to the plot of Kiseijuu. There are heavy moral dilemmas involved and you will slowly lose the sight of who are the good guys and who are bad. 
report Recommended by jonnyhan
-Both animes have a type of "intellectual" battle going on. They both feature battles of wits. Even though Hunter x Hunter focuses more on action and Death Note with more psychological aspects, they still closely coincide with each other.
-Both protagonists are in pursuit of a goal. Light to become God and Gon to find his father
 
report Recommended by PirateKingz
Shounen battle shows that spend more time talking about ambitions, rules, and mechanics than actually fighting, making the plot and action even better since the viewer fully understands the importance and consequences of every move the characters make. 
report Recommended by NavyCherub
The current arc in HxH is very similar to Mushibugyou. They are fighting bug like people. Both series has lots of action and great characters.  
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
Both contain battles with meta-morphed life forms. Both interweave deaths with superb storytelling and awesome fights. There is a certain 'feel' that you can get in the last arc of hunterxhunter 2011 that you also get in the second half of Terra Formars which is perhaps due to their similar use of narrators. 
report Recommended by yemsols
Both shows are action shonen with well thought out stories and good action scenes. Also, in both shows the MC work hard towards a goal. The MC's are quite strong and there are no random bursts of power making the MC over powered in face of danger in both shows. 
report Recommended by HostClub
They both contain great fight scenes. They have young boys out on an adventure. They are both set in a fantasy like world. 
report Recommended by crazyisgood
Both these shows feature a group of people who deal with the possession of some kind of superhuman power (nen ability and minimums). Both have the general theme of equality between two forces (specifically hunter x hunter's chimera ant arc) and both have a diverse cast and the shows are very easily comparable. Both HXH and Hamatora also have characters with powerful relationships, conflicting ideals or undeniable friendships. I highly recommend Hamatora to people who like HXH, both animes are highly underrated. (though hamatora's writing and length is no where near in comparison to HXH< consitering hamatora is 24 episodes) 
report Recommended by freemums
From episode 59 onwards, Hunter x Hunter takes place inside a game call Greed Island. Like in Sword Art Online, if you die in Greed Island, you die in real life. The games are similar in their fantasy RPG style as well.

Apart from that, both anime have excellent stories, animation, soundtracks and voice actors. But most importantly, both have excellently developed characters and take place (mostly for SAO) in a fantasy setting with some real world elements (SAO is occasionally set in modern-day Japan whereas HxH is set in a completely alternate world very similar to modern-day Japan).

Both are definitely worth  read more 
report Recommended by poisonapplecake
Hunter x Hunter (2011) and Hajime no Ippo are both about a boy who want to follow in their fathers footsteps. Gon Freecss of Hunter x Hunter (2011) wants to become a professional hunter. He wishes to do so because his father left him when he was young to continue being a hunter. Gon wishes to discover why. Makunouchi Ippo of Hajime no Ippo wants to know the meaning of "strong". He sees his father to be strong, and wants to be like him. He becomes a boxer to pursue this goal. Both anime show the struggles that their respective main character goes through.  read more 
report Recommended by Sonic0
Teaching underage children to kill things... Underage violence in general. That's always fun. Also, great character designs and unique plotlines. The humour is another bonus. 
report Recommended by Nissi
if you ever wondered what would Hisokas brother would be and be like well i must say Tokuchi, Toua their mind set is almost comparable in every way, for their facial features as well as the sadistic look of always being calm and cool in every situation....  
report Recommended by Unthinkable92
Both anime are of the shounen genre, the main cast consists of early teenagers that have supernatural powers. There is also the similarity in the story line of the arcs where a main characters is kidnapped by his own family and is rescued by his friends. Both characters's paths in life were decided by their families, but with the help of their friends, they are given another choice of the path they''ll follow (in Hunter x Hunter is Killua and in Shaman King is Ren). If you like seeing characters develop, make friends and gain supernatural powers, those two are the animes for you. 
report Recommended by HotaruKara
HxH too like Berserk is another good story with development, drama, relationships, tactics, twists, and gore. HxH is shounen but gets gory at Chimera Ant which Berserk has common with-monsters. 
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger
HxH and Code Geass have a few things in common. But what really draws in the same fans are the tactical mind games that are played in both anime. Surely some shounen and superpowers are a nice addition to that, which only reinforces this recommendation! 
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger
Both series consists of action and battle shounen sequences involving story arcs against certain events/antagonists. Of course, these battles involves supernatural themes and often times or not deals with the main characters utilizing their abilities to aid them in combat.

Both series' fights are straight forward and entertaining. There is also a similar theme involving the main characters participating in an exam/competition to reach their goal.

Both series also gives off an adventure like feeling. 
report Recommended by Stark700
A story of development and world-building, both pose questions about their respective worlds and governments (for Hunter x Hunter this is more prominent in the Chimera Ant Arc in season 5). 
report Recommended by AniMovie
Hunter x Hunter and Baccano! differ in plot completely, however, different aspects do come close to being similar.

Both:
- Have a unique character cast (With tons of likable characters)
- Contain tons of action
- Can get really dark and brutal
- Are very entertaining and enjoyable 
report Recommended by Wexik
One of the Dark Signers members has a spider sign and that reminds me of the Spider Logo. HxH and 5ds have aspects: action, thrill, suspense, fast pace, and awesome moments that will catch your attention in each show. Characters desire to become stronger by overcoming obstacles in battles, tournaments, and other methods. 
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger
- Normal people receiving random powers and using them not for any big cause, but for their own sake
- There's no clear line between good and evil
- Very good character development
- Bright colors, beautiful art, unforgettable music
- Unforgettable antagonists with deep character development and fully understandable reasons to act
- Good exploration of the theme "friendship", with an acceptable number of clichés and tropes
- Relatable characters, very likable main squad
- Fights based on the smart use of the fighters' quirks, not only their brawns
- Both are shonen from experienced and mature authors, and are considered for many to  read more 
report Recommended by Z_Tetriminos
After watching CGATE 2, the interaction between Akito and Shin totally reminded me of Killua and Illumi. Anyways a lot of intelligence is involved as well as tactics. Eye powers are the same as well. 
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger
+ Both are Awesome action shounen animes.
+ Both share light-hearted humour and comedic aspects of its characters.
+ Both series share similar main protagonist to one another.
(despite age difference)
+ Both shows have very epic fight scenes.
+Both shows have a very powerful antagonist that must be defeated to save a lot people. 
report Recommended by Mooncake91
Both have a son trying to live up to the standards of their father. Both are about being put through challenges in order to achieve their final goal while making friends along the way. The main characters are similar in their stubbornness and outspoken nature. Both main characters are considered stupid and inferior by most until they prove themselves to be great.  
report Recommended by pizzawhore
These 2 anime's here are amazing animes, they consist of strong plot aswell as moving the story long towards lots of fight scences. More or so Black Bullet is more about saving the world and trying to train and become stronger, while HxH has more violence IMO.

Enjoy!
RiasGremory_ 
report Recommended by RiasGremory_
In HxH, a young 12-year-old boy becomes a Hunter in order to find his father who was also a Hunter.
In Letter Bee, a young 12-year-old boy becomes a Letter Bee in order to find his childhood hero who was also a Letter Bee.
They meet many friends and enemies along the way.

HxH is better than Letter Bee, in my opinion. 
report Recommended by vikki7783
This is not a slice of life anime. This is not a 'happy, pretty fairy, cute little kids' type of anime. Sure, the character(s) may, but the story? - No.
NO NO NO NO NO!!!!
It is definitely, one of the greatest plot twists / things you'd NEVER expect to happen, type of anime.
Both start off as 'cute little kids playing having fun'. But when you get into the episodes...oh no, will you be surprised. 
report Recommended by B3astpwn
Both anime are based on manga published by Shounen Jump. They follow a protagonist, who, along with his friends, travels around the world and often battles against other opponents. Also, both anime have arcs where the protagonists play a real life video game, and in both cases, it has something to do with collecting cards with special effects. 
report Recommended by BohemianRhapsody
"Humans are Bastards". in urban wicked city where mafia gangs are lurking, money is what controls society, there are similar topics such as: Injustice, Authoritarianism, and Poverty. 
report Recommended by Deago
Both series show more realistic characters and character relationships than most anime I've watched. Main characters aren't stereotypical shounen heroes and will actually kill things. Both centre around a group of four friends who each have good character depth making you feel attached to each of them individually. Everyone knows how good hunter x hunter is but saiyuki still remains relatively unknown to most people so I suggest you give it a try 
report Recommended by TheAlmightyZ
Hunter X Hunter is a lot more emotional than Log Horizon, but both shows fill me with a sense of careful optimism. The world isn't always a great place, but we can work towards bettering it with our smarts and determination.
Both shows have really fascinating concepts and strategies the characters use.
Both have very vibrant and colorful worlds. 
report Recommended by thenamenerd
Both contain awesome fighting moments, have a fantasy-like setting and a great MC. Overlord uses Magic/skills while HxH uses life-energy/superpowers. Both are adventurous 
report Recommended by Salokannel2
Both of these series have 'Humanoid' beings that are fought against. Beyond that there are a few similar characters and organizations.

Yuuma and Killua are actually quite alike. If you liked one of them, it's not hard to like the other. They both come from violent backgrounds, and have bodies that would exceed human (And otherwise) norms because of the past they lived.

The main characters from both series belong to an organization that fights (Generally) for the protection of others. They are both large, and prominent organizations that hold many similarities.

Both of these series have four main  read more 
report Recommended by OhhPlease
As you can notice how important the friendship and teammate elements are very important during the series. Hunter X Hunter is a must watch if you like Magi! I'm a big fan of both shows and I can tell how much they are familiar! The fighting styles are fairly similar to Magi, including the settings of the story and pretty much the artstyles as you can trust MadHouse. Though Magic is not included ((cough Hisoka cough)) in the HxH series, they are both very popular Shounen series. Both shows does also focus on side character's stories as it makes the show more intense and relaxing  read more 
report Recommended by Kiru_Shinigami
They are not so similar, but have a good heroic story with a lot of battles and fighting against evil  
report Recommended by 009-1
Both the anime focuses On action/comedy/shonen
they have a Mc that gets through on strong friendship
They BOth search for their father along with their quest
Have a huge set of charecter set you can end up liking
Both the Mc does have a type of Fire power though Gon's a bit of chi rather than Fire
 
report Recommended by Minechi
While both are completely different shows, both are character driven shows, and there are technically super powers used by characters in both shows (this is obvious in HxH, and the abilities some players in KnB have kind of count as super powers). Plus, both have really intense fight scenes (Basketball games in KnB's case). 
report Recommended by RoarkTenjouin
Both shows feature surprisingly dark moments, which starkly contrast with the overall light message that the 2 shows start out with.

Also, both shows are "smart" anime in their respective genre - both are very character driven (RahXephon would not have the plot it has without Ayato Kamina piloting the RahXephon, whereas Hunter x Hunter's entire plot revolves around Gon trying to find Ging, his father), and both have shocking deaths that you will not expect. 
report Recommended by RoarkTenjouin
Both are about boys who fight in epic battles! 
report Recommended by wombatlover
Another excellent Madhouse anime to watch. HXH's Story is a lot better but what has common are:
-OST
-Both are gritty, gore, and nudity
-Awesome characters
-badass action
-Monsters
-Bonds that could change the tide of the story (No Spoilers)
-Thrillers
-Surprises which include tactics
-People are paid to do missions
-Fight to save the world
I recommend HxH cuz if you love Madhouse and are into shows that are loyal to the manga, it is an awesome addition. 
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger
I'd say that Yowamushi pedal is the Hunter x Hunter of sports anime, it has got the same attention to the details as HxH, and the battles (races, in this case) have great settings.
Each character is developed perfectly and there is no protection to the main character as we can see in many ordinary shows. 
report Recommended by erickbits
- they both revolve around a really talented/special boy
- they both involve a really long adventure where the boy matures and becomes even more talented
- both include elements of comedy; Yakitate!! Japan has more comedy though

Yakitate!! Japan is about bread/baking/food/cooking. Hunter x Hunter (2011) is more about fighting/strength.

Despite the fundamental difference, they both encompass a similar style!! 
report Recommended by min1230
Liked the strategical battles and mind games in NGNL? Hunter x Hunter has even more! Both are (somewhat) fantasy, adventure, action anime that have lots of strategies, battle of the wits, and strong main characters. 
report Recommended by Mayuka
Similar type of RPG-like adventures (Mahoujin being a more overt parody of that genre), with supposed trials and bluffs, towers and humour. 
report Recommended by Seyfert
Both are about two boys chasing a dream. Very similar theme, and characters. 
report Recommended by AnimePoop
They both have the same feeling and character style as another. For example Apostles of the stars and the Phantom Troupe. Hunters and Sweepers. Tao and Nen. They both have assassins. They both have a guy with a suitcase.  
report Recommended by iskapo
They both have a lot of awesome characters. The main characters feel similar. They both are fantasy settings. 
report Recommended by crazyisgood
" Ghost Hunt " is a group of people who solve supernatural Mystery.

" Hunter X Hunter " is a licensed profession for those who specialize in fantastic pursuits such as locating rare or unidentified animal species, treasure hunting, surveying unexplored enclaves, or hunting down lawless individuals.  
report Recommended by crazyisgood
Both have great fight scenes, are remakes and continuations of stories, and have awesome main characters. 
report Recommended by crazyisgood
Both shows have a solid, core cast of characters with different fighting abilities. In HxH's case, its the four main characters plus the first primary antagonist who is basically the fifth main character (Gon, Killua, Leorio, Kurapika, and also the first villain Hisoka are the main ones), and in Rokka's case, there are 7 chosen heroes who each wield different weapons and personalities.

The most similar aspect though is the intelligence and seriousness with which they approach their stories and battles. Neither emphasizes action - they both emphasize strategy, tactics, and wit in their stories. Strategy plannings are common in both, and the  read more 
report Recommended by Dragon
At first glance, these two anime might seem to have nothing in common. But they're both based on exceptional material that transcends the genre (sports manga and josei in the case of Chihayafuru, shonen action series in the case of Hunter x Hunter), both given a stellar adaptation with amazing animation and music by Studio Madhouse, and they both began airing in the same year(!). There are not a lot of anime I've given a 10 to, but these two deserve it. Even though it doesn't have filler like most shonen anime, Hunter x Hunter is still way longer, though. 
report Recommended by sporkaganza
Both main characters dream of being Hunters without understanding what that all entails. 
report Recommended by Yemi_Hikari
The storyline is dark, and the characters are interesting. The fighting tactics aren't usual either, "Air Gear" characters using blades and such, while Gon uses his fishing pole. 
report Recommended by Yemi_Hikari
Both shows shine in mindplays. If you like anime that makes you think along then these are for you.
Although HxH starts simple the storyline will get more mature and tricky as the story progresses. 
report Recommended by Lylaaz
Girly dude with chains, similar setting and events (tournaments, exams and so on) but with more action. Saint Seiya left biggest impact on Yoshihiro Togashi's creations. 
report Recommended by NoBleachNoLife
Main characters are pretty similar, both trying to become like their fathers with a help of "cool guy" from a powerful family. (not to mention their personalities) Similar age variety of fighters. Both involves tournaments. 
report Recommended by NoBleachNoLife
Both are fantasy setting with magic. Both have contests. Both are enjoyable 
report Recommended by crazyisgood
Well, they're not similar, but they're both written very maturely and really fun to watch. Animation quality for both series are top notch, triple A status. It's really difficult to pin point any real negative criticism. 
report Recommended by StigmataSasha
There are no such absolutely unrivalled and invincible heroes in Hunter x Hunter as we see in Trigun, but the show still bears some striking similarities in both style and mood. The main hero, Gon Freecks, looks exactly like chibi Vash except for his dark green hair, and there are some other character designs being borrowed as well (e.g., Genei Ryodan's Franklin).
In general, HxH has a strong character development theme that Trigun lacks, but otherwise it explores and advocates the same kind of moral ideals. 
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger
both are shounens about boys looking for their fathers that turn into something much darker, theres a lot of fighting in both and theres a compelling story. the characters are well written in both, and youre sure to enjoy both.  
report Recommended by shunyuto
i think those two anime are alike because they both have a deep meaningful plot. overall art, story , and the imagination-world are all necessary to define a well value anime. this recommendation isn't based on just a fanboy expressions but a well belief of knowing what is great. 
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger
Battle between the forces of good and evil is the same except that HxH is shounen and X is half shoujo/seinen and that HxH is more methodical whereas X is a prophecy show. It's worth a try if you try either one. Oh yeah HxH does have prophecy elements but in a different way. 
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger
Just like HxH, HU is too loyal to the manga with dark and mature contents. Both have excellent quality animation which are adapted by Madhouse (for HU, its just 5-7) and it's worth it especially if you're big into it. Both have awesome characters who are developed and strong. HxH doesn't get deadly serious until CA arc which is something that HU has common with. Action paced is too in both shows and are great. 
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger
Hunter X Hunter and Elfen Lied have whats in common: Both have innocent looking artwork that seems safe but when you take a close look behind it, it really isn't at all. Hunter X Hunter and Elfen Lied have amounts of gore and emotional moments that makes the show have one of the best aspects. Hunter X Hunter gets the same feeling and vibes with Elfen Lied when it reaches to the Chimera Ant Arc and the antagonist of that arc is like Lucy in terms of personality and character even though he takes action to a DBZ scale.  
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger
"Kaidou Arc" in Major reminded me a lot of "Pro-Hunter Exam Arc" in HxH. Two main characters have to team up with other applicants and to pass the qualifying examination they have to trust other members even if they are complete strangers. Both shows have other similarities, but I won't spoil it. Things often get nail bitingly intense each episode, prepare yourselves for unexpected turn of events. If you enjoyed one of them, you can get the same feeling from the other one. 
report Recommended by H_Elif
both use tactics and have hunters

buth have a massive worldbuilding and epic characters 
report Recommended by mangabook
If the relationship between Killua and Gon was very important to you in HxH, or conversely, if the relationship between Peco and Smile was the fundamental to you in Ping Pong, then you'd definitely enjoy the other show beyond measure, genres be damned.  
report Recommended by Atrithau
Similar character designs, fast paced action atmosphere, lots of strategical battles and fights. 
report Recommended by Mayuka
Ushio to Tora and Hunter x Hunter are two well-crafted Shounen and Adventure works that share a few interesting similarities. Main characters are underage boys who were abandoned by one of their parents as little kids. After gaining some kind of power they travel around lots of places to find their lost parents as well so they can know the reasons for leaving them behind. As they travel, lots of obstacles, murderous beasts and dangers appear in front of their eyes. Both shows contain good comedy but also they manage to put up a nice dark environment every once in a while. The overall atmosphere  read more 
report Recommended by mirana
Teens go on adventures and have to fight baddies with their own special abilities. They also have 1v1 battles like in MÄR. Includes friendship themes and moving stories that are quite central to MÄR. Main characters of both series have similar vibes. 
report Recommended by Ninibear
OMG you won't believe since one is a shonen while the other is a shoujo, but truely this series are much more alike than what you think.
-Similarities in the main characters (Gon was always kind of strog while Yona is aiming to be, yet the personality and always kind but resolute character is the thing in common).
-Not a "goodie fantasy nobody dies" tale, but as charming as one.
-Tension at the most.
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-[bishounens as well 7w7] 
report Recommended by Ray_Monster
Both shows are light hearted and funny at the same time first but as the story paces, it gets more serious and here's whats interesting: IT GETS EVEN MORE BLOODIER AND BRUTAL. Gintama and HxH has references to other shows but HxH only has one whereas Gintama has a lot including HxH. Gintama and HxH are set in a modern/fantasy setting with both humans and strange beings alike and they participate series of missions/adventures to get paid and to achieve status in society. Both have gangs who have different goals and are supported by unexpected and former allies.  
report Recommended by SlaughterDagger