Total Recommendations: 16
Both involve a cast made up of several talking dogs. MNI is shojo though, while Baekgu is a violent shonen-like action series.
Both involve talking dogs and the sport of dog fighting to some degree,but there's much more dog fighting in Baekgu. However, Baekgu has no gore in spite of alot of violence and lots of human involvement while GNG has limited human involvement and a good bit of gore though not as much as it's sequel GDW.
Both are about talking dogs that have to struggle with fighting against other dogs. GDW is a bit darker than Baekgu though and has almost no human-involvement while Baekgu has alot of human involvement. Also, the characters in GDW are wild dogs that fight against a pack of evil dogs, but the characters in Baekgu are forced to fight in dog fighting arenas for human entertianment after either being captured as strays or stolen from their owners.Also, while Baekgu does have violence there is no gore. The injuries to dogs even when severly injuried are just shown as scratches. GDW, on the other hand, has alot of gore and often shows dogs bloodied from fights. Both anime also a feature a canine protaginist that is reluctant to fight other dogs and wants to work for peace but is forced into fighting.
Both have comedy and action/adventure and both are supernatural in nature and contain yokai(japanese monster/spirits commonly mistranslated as demons),but Ushio and Tora is set in the modern world and the monsters are invisible to most people. Inuyasha is set in a fantasy world where the spirits are visible and also has some romance, which Ushio and Tora doesn't have. Ushio and Tora is also alot more episodic than Inuyasha.
Both have alot to do with the supernatural and are based around fantasy world filled with creatures/spirits from Japanese mythology. Spirited Away isn't that much of a comedy though, while Inuyasha has some comedy.
Both are supernatural in nature, based around Buddhist and Shinto mythology with spirits of some sort, pyshical nature spirits in Inuyasha, various invisible spirits in Shonen Onmyouji that are only visible to the main character and other people with his sixth sense,and both are action/adventure that involves alot of episodes of fighting off as well as befriending these spirits.
Both are heavily based around Shinto and Buddhist mythology and both are supernatural and have spirits of some sort,though in Kekkaishi it's in modern-day times in the everyday world where the spirits(called ayakashi) are invisible to everyone except for people with special powers, but in Inuyasha it's in a fantasy version of the fuedal era Japan where the spirits(translated as demons, but really yokai(Japanese spirit monsters) are visible and have a pyshical exsistance. Both also have elements of comedy, action/adventure, and romance.
Both are about kids who battle their pet monsters against each other.
Similiar animation style and both have dogs,but the dogs talk in GNG.
Both are about animals having to disguise themselves as humans in order to fit in and stay alive. They are even both canines. Wolf's Rain is about wolves while Pom Poko is about Tankukis(raccoon dogs), a type of asian canine. Pom Poko has a lot of humor though,while Wolf's Rain is very dark.
Both are about oridnary human children who get transported to a world full of human-like cats.
Both are in my top favorite anime list. Both include an ordinary teenage girl who gets transported into a medieval era type world with strange creatures where they must fullfill a destiny. Yokko is a high-schooler though,while Kagome is a middle schooler, the demons in Inuyasha are replaced,but monster called Youmas in Twelve Kingdoms,most of which can't talk, instead of the "demons" being part human, there are people who can turn into animals. In Twelve Kingdoms, Yokko yields sword,while in Inuyasha, Inuyasha wields a sword. Kagome gets transported to the world to save it from a sacred jewel shard that gives demons power,while Yokko must become Queen of one of the kingdoms in order to save it from corrupt officials. Juuni Kokuki is more political and doesn't really have a romance element,but it is still really good.
Both are about the bond between a wolf and a goat/sheep.
The sequel to GNG. Call of the Wild, GNG,and GDW are all about dogs living in the wilderness.
Both include an ordinary teenage girl who gets transported into a medieval era type world with strange creatures where they must fullfill a destiny. Yokko is a high-schooler though,while Kagome is a middle schooler. The demons in Inuyasha are replaced by monsters called Youmas in Twelve Kingdoms,most of which can't talk. Instead of the Youmas being part animal, there are people who can turn into animals in Twelve Kingdoms. In Twelve Kingdoms, Yokko yields a sword to slay Youmas,while in Inuyasha, Inuyasha wields a sword to slay demons. Kagome gets transported to the world to save it from a sacred jewel shard that gives demons power,while Yokko must become queen of one of the kingdoms in order to save it from corrupt officials. Juuni Kokuki is more political and doesn't really have a romance element,but it is still really good. Both Inuyasha and Juuni Kokuki(Twelve Kingdoms) are in my top favorite anime lists.