One Piece

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Synonyms: OP
Japanese: ONE PIECE
English: One Piece
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Type: TV
Episodes: Unknown
Status: Currently Airing
Aired: Oct 20, 1999 to ?
Premiered: Fall 1999
Broadcast: Sundays at 09:30 (JST)
Producers: Fuji TV, TAP, Shueisha
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 8.721 (scored by 13581111,358,111 users)
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Ranked: #532
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Popularity: #19
Members: 2,387,465
Favorites: 224,032

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Very high priority in both titles is loyality, trust and naming Nakama, main characters are near to each other. Very important is that, the both are just comedies. One of non-many differences is that the OP is about pirates and FT is about mages :) 
report Recommended by -Karma-
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 your  read more 
report Recommended by EtnaEraclea
Both are great shounen series with "fight for nakamas" plot, and goals characters have made their mind to accomplish. Also it looks like naruto somewhat resembles Luffy. If you enjoyed Naruto, I'm sure you will find One Piece amazing. 
report Recommended by dacon
Gotta love the slapstick comedy. ^_^ One Piece has more of a story whereas Gintama is just comedic, but both very funny and enjoyable. 
report Recommended by Grimmm
Both series are primarily light-hearted adventure-series, but they also both have some pretty serious moments. (Though in Dragonball, they're mostly in the last third of the series.) One Piece is also partially inspired by Dragonball. 
report Recommended by Lord_Starfish
Toriko and One Piece share a massive world which is build up brilliantly. Both feature a great cast of shounen characters that develop strongly throughout the series in a series of adventures and missions. 
report Recommended by Xadyu3000
Main characters are similar, lots of action, fighting and comedy. Both series place importance on teamwork and friendship. Interesting character designs, same animation studio. 
report Recommended by Chicken008
-Both MCs are idiotic, have similar goals (pirate/magic king) and refuse to give up no matter how bad the situation is -Both animes are all about friendship and rivalries -Both MCs have unusual/rare powers/abilities. 
report Recommended by iwsifakismag
Both of the anime series have a character that isn't the brightest of the bunch as the lead, and they both feature similar themes of being friends with each other, and rescuing one another from harm. Another very similar trait that they share is dreams, while Naruto wants to become the Hokage and Sasuke wants to become powerful enough to defeat Itachi, Luffy wants to become the Pirate King, and members of his crew share amibitions. One Piece is a must-see and by far one of the best shonen anime out there. 
report Recommended by xedin
Shonen anime....both about the main character wanting to protect their friends/nakama. In order to do that they strive to become stronger and learn from others. 
report Recommended by username-here
Just as One Piece,Hunter x hunter is a pretty long shounen anime,both series can be really funny at times ,you will never get bored and always want to see the next episode,both anime have some awesome fights and also the characters are very likable,if you enjoy one of this anime you will most probably like the other one too. 
report Recommended by Zero
Both are motivational shonen series. One Piece tends to have stronger antagonists and the conflicts tend to be more epic, while Boku no Hero Academia has far better animation and is much more focused. 
report Recommended by VVayfarer
Both of these series can be very serious and very funny at times. They give off similar vibes about never giving up and how important friendship is. 
report Recommended by Chicken008
They're both about friendship. There are also people with special abilities (Power Users in TLoU and those who ate the Devil's Fruit in OP). These animes are both shounen and main character is a little (maybe more than little) stupid. Later in both animes the main characters form a 5-man team. They are also similar in some ways: Ueki -> Luffy (stupid, brave, friendly) ; Sano -> Zoro (strong, manly) ; Hideyoshi -> Usopp (liars, weak in combat) ; Mori -> Nami (not very strong in combat girls) ; Chopper -> Tenko. 
report Recommended by Gadamf
They are both about a long journey to accomplish a certain goal. And both have long stroy arcs. And the characters in both anime have sad background stories. 
report Recommended by dest-roy96
Both of them are long shounen series with the major themes of growth, friendship, teamwork, and loyalty. The main characters seem to be immature and irresponsible at first, but when the right time comes, they turn out to be badass. While one of them aspires to be the pirate king and collects crew mates, the other heads toward being a leader in an infamous branch of the mafia and increases the size of his "family." As more episodes go by, the series and characters grow to become more mature and serious; the series start off kind of slow and overly immature, but once they get  read more 
report Recommended by schroedernoah
Both are great shonen series.of the best. Friendship,Loyalty,Courage are really important. Also they say that you have to fight for your dreams. And the Gurren Brigade has somehow the same feeling as Luffy's crew x] 
report Recommended by melieon
So basically just watch the god damm anime trust me if you like good writing mc and sides,power diversity, good villians fullmetal is for you, maybe if you like scary and creppy background fullmetal got it too because there is a lot of insane people in that show , the villians are so great that you going to love them and hate other ones.  
report Recommended by Pxdroxxxx
Both anime focuses on searching for friends/teammates ("nakama") while going on variety of adventures and each character has a unique personality as well as abilities that makes them strong and reputable, meeting different people and constantly being chased by the law enforcements in the story. Ultimately, the protagonist and his friends hope to obtain their goal. 
report Recommended by Aleron
When I first started watching One Piece I thought "wow, this is like a mixture between DragonBall and Pokemon." - main characters are similar (kinda slow, don't give up, their hats, their hopes & dreams) - strong theme of friendship, dreams and never giving up - similar art style and very similar music - lots of travelling and seeing new places - each new crew member in One Piece is like a new Pokemon or team mate is Pokemon If you like Pokemon you will hopefully like One Piece and vice versa 
report Recommended by Hobbzz
1.both are shounen, adventure, action, fantasy and comedy series. 2. both happen in an imaginary alternate universe. 3. both animes start with a journey. 4. luffy want to be the king of pirates, sindbad want to become the king of the country he want to make. nonetheless both want to be kings. 5. both protagonist gather friends/nakamas during their journeys. 6. in both the main character and his friend travel over the seas and visit many places. overall i think the adventure lovers will love both. 
report Recommended by hananochikai
Both have similar themes of friendship and adventure. They travel to different locations with their own cultures and both have a strong sense of exploration with friends. 
report Recommended by Ansink
Both have great world building and a large caste of characters. Both have two main factions that have conflicted members that you can root for. Both main characters are in search of a mysterious MacGuffin (the Radiant=the One Piece) where the journey is more important than the destination. Both worlds feature traveling to islands in a vast expanse on unique ships. They share a charming sense of adventure and mystery that keeps you wondering what the next step in the journey is and who the new interesting characters you'll meet along the way. I see Radiant becoming a lot like One Piece one day if it  read more 
report Recommended by Praetori_Samurai
Replace "Friendship" with "Oppai" and "Pirate King" with "Harem King", and this is essentially a similar kind of shounen anime but with fan service. 
report Recommended by thaivuN
While they are two very different anime at a first glance, both are incredibly similar in characters. Both share quite a large group of protagonists who go on the same journey to achieve different goals and find themselves, often with relatable backstories along the way. Both crews are known for the chemistry between each other, the constant comedy of each character and "nakama" aspect of friendship that are as close as family, if not more. One group aims to become great idols, while the other aims to become great pirates. Some characters are very identical, especially both protagonists (Luffy and Honoka) who are airheads that lead the  read more 
report Recommended by ChartTopper60
If I were to describe Haikyuu!! in a single sentence to a friend, I'd call it the One Piece of Sports anime. Everyone knows One Piece. One Piece is an action anime that revolves around a no-name pirate who dreams big, makes an impact will not falter in his goal, has friends/crewmates who argue and get into funny situations (and pull hilarious faces) and much more in a epic story with some rivals and villains that you can't help but love because each character is so unique. And that also describes Haikyuu!! pretty well, too. Just replace "action" with "volleyball", "no-name pirate" with "short guy  read more 
report Recommended by RobHarli
ok, so many people don't link between those two anime, so i link. the two animes bring you to adventure, and for "adventure guys" that a must to watch both. 
report Recommended by indyKD
Both one piece is brotherhood and from the new world is childhood story both one piece enemy is Pirates enemy both from the new world enemy is monster Rat 
report Recommended by charlie21
I am actually surprised that no one have recommended One Piece to people who liked Shingeki no Kyojin! One Piece and SNK are very similar, despite the difference in pacing, amount of tough violence, number of episodes and overall tone. The story of the two are about accepting the world, beating the unbeatable opponents and taking care of your loved ones. As tough as SNK is, it has always been about the dreams of those characters, their struggle to live and succeed, to be the "best worst generation", something that One Piece is always so good at! I've actually started watching One Piece after I've watched 2  read more 
report Recommended by ShonenLove
They both have the same brand of humor. Additionally, both can draw you into the emotional moments of the story. Luffy is on a quest to become King of the Pirates, Ippo is on a quest to become stronger (aka, win the world feather weight championship). The composition, the mix of humor and seriousness, is the same. It doesn't really have similar setting and world , but that feeling you get from both anime are the same. Both are as great of a shonen series as the other. 
report Recommended by Kaizoku_Mugiwara
This might seem surprising, but there are a lot you will find in Xros Wars that you find from One Piece. For example, some parts in Xros Wars might seem really cheesy or lame, but there are parts give you a heartfelt feeling similar to what could be found in One Piece vice versa.  
report Recommended by CallineXO
Made in abyss and one piece both have top tier world building and the world of made in abyss and One piece gives u endless inspiration to think about the mysteries and capabilities of their world.....  
report Recommended by SheeshIrei
very handsome protagonist against the the forces of evil and defying the odds even when outnumbered and underleveled, they can get away with their OP power being the magic book for lighto and his streching arm for luffy (the streching boy) 
report Recommended by Kiwipowa
If like me, you're a fan of Roronoa Zoro and the epic sword battles that take place in 'One Piece' then I would definitely recommend that you watch 'Samurai Champloo'. In addition to one of the characters (Mugan) being voiced by the same actor as Zoro, the swordplay and personalities in Samurai Champloo make it a great watch from start to finish. 
report Recommended by Caesium88
-Both have main characters that are very good at what they do -However neither of these characters is the best yet, and their few losses greatly impact the plot -Both of them feature a considerable amount of fanservice that manages to not feel forced and flows naturally -Both of them focus on the bonds between your team mates overcoming an impossible wall (Polar Star Dorm vs Central/Straw Hat Pirates vs literally everyone) -Neither of them have the buildup like other shonen. Characters are very strong to begin with and are presented with increasingly strong enemies to push them farther. However, it is executed in a way that makes it  read more 
report Recommended by thelectricow
both funny and is on a journey t o achieve something and both aren't human  
report Recommended by xxsangnguyenxx
Great action, funny, awesome fight scenes. Overpowerd characters, cool attacks etc. And if you're liking the animation in One piece, try One punch man. In my opinion One punch man has the best animation i've ever seen. One punch man is a much shorter serie, it doesnt have as good as a story as one punch man. Not as great as character development as one piece does. BUT, one piece is one of a kind. No serie out there that I've seen comes near the adventureous and unique story of one piece. So dont try too hard finding a serie that does. Try  read more 
report Recommended by In10se
Arslan Senki and One Piece are both incredible stories of a boy who sets out on an amazing adventure in order to become king and gain freedom. Both main protagonists are able to gain many followers as well as strong and loyal nakama to accompany them due there unique personalities. Both anime have a great contrast of humor as well as great seriousness that go well together. To anyone who likes One Piece you will definitely enjoy Arslan Senki the two anime are incredibly different but if 1 appeals to you the other is sure to do the same. 
report Recommended by Trap_Traps_Traps
These series both have very detailed fantasy worlds that pull you in. They're also the best ongoing shounen manga right now. One piece is still better, it's got a lot more content which helps with character development and world building. 
report Recommended by StrawhatSabo
I've found that pirate anime are hard to come by. OP focuses pretty much solely on pirates, but if you've been craving some more, AnY has an arc that is solely based around pirates. Chosen family is also very present in both series, and the mains will do anything to protect their friends. Occasionally allies are left behind, but they tend to be referenced and you get the feeling that they'll be back. 
report Recommended by Nyaominyan
Both are shounen anime involving both comedy and action where bonds between nakama are really important. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
Both series tells about a adventure around the world (from Japan to Egypt in JoJo and from East Blue to Raftel in One Piece). Similiar fightinig abilities and the main characters have both a funny grandpa who has a lot great fights in the past. And in main crew of both are a Frenchman who is nice to ladies.  
report Recommended by Joseph-Jones
The theme of honor is quite frequent in both series, treated by warriors, both swordsmen and giant Vikings. Even the latter believe in the god Elbaf, whom they pray before the battles, in their own "little garden" arch. 
report Recommended by hardyvark
>Both MC's have a specific goal in mind, for their own gain >Both have a number of challenges to do until they reach their goal (Islands for OP, floors for TOG) >Both have no way of telling when it will end (There could be infinite floors of the tower/islands) >Both are ongoing The differences lie in how TOG is much darker and has so far shown a much faster pace than OP. 
report Recommended by jawsome274
I haven’t watched the entire series. But it got the same pirate theme as One Piece. A bit more serious, tho. So, due the rarity of pirate-themed anime, I would like to recommend this anime.  
report Recommended by Titan-Kikumaru
Adventures of a wanted outlaw team against many dangerous villains, in a fantasy world, where there are many monsters and strange creatures, but also a lot of different powers: Akame ga Kill!'s "imperial arms" are like the "devil fruits"' powers. 
report Recommended by Disillusion
Both shows deliver tragic events for the characters to face with their strong bonds of friendship to pull them through and the excessive use of the term "Nakama" 
report Recommended by hokeymon
They have the same strong adventure shonen feeling. 
report Recommended by taterhead
Very similar (silly) humor and comedy, and overall similar style. Also, somehow the character designs are alike, especially the crazy facial expressions, large mouths, etc. 
report Recommended by RenaPsychoKiller
Both are shounen action anime with carefree and independent main characters who nevertheless have a strong loyalty to their friends. Also I found much of the humor in both to be more situational and less slapstick than in your typical shounen genre show (though each definitely has it's share of both types.) 
report Recommended by UserZero
Tatsumi Oga is a delinquent and carries around a naked Demon Baby, whereas Luffy is a rookie pirate that's aiming to be the Pirate King. Sure... there's a large difference, but both are very comedic and there is action in both animes. :) 
report Recommended by JunnChii
If you liked Kaizoku Oujo (Fena), you should see One Piece. Both are about pirates more or less and both develop the idea of ​​"the power of friendship". In both animes we can also see crews that help the main character to reach his goal. 
report Recommended by katsukyyy
I don't know how no one recommended One Piece/Nanbaka. The two animes are animes full of comedy and mischief, One Piece being more serious and Nanbaka being sometimes absurd. The two animes have a similar prison system, Nanbaka's prison system is somewhat reminiscent of Impel Down. 
report Recommended by isabelaanimes123
Honestly, I feel like there's a lot of similarities between JoJo and One Piece, I didn't realise it until now, but now that I think about it, here's a lot of similarities: - The characters have surexagerated and crazy personalities - the stands and the devil fruits share very similar powers such as shiro shiro no mi and bad company - there's dumb and weird characters, but also very serious antagonists such as dealers, mafia bosses, characters that want to conquer the world, to be the perfect form of life - There's a VERY STRONG friendship between characters, while one piece is a little less mature and talks about  read more 
report Recommended by FloRathalos
The supporting characters make both shows worthwhile. The zaniness and abstract style of the plots also seem similar in some sense, which in turn, makes it enjoyable. 
report Recommended by albertbrown
Both anime are about pirates with great adventures, fights, awesome characters and most importantly, the direction of One Piece is often inspired by the direction of Dezaki Osamu. 
report Recommended by Planta
The two are combat orient shonens with similar themes and values shared by the authors. 
report Recommended by Evans_Born
Adventure battle shounen-style shows that feature a large main cast and travel between islands. 
report Recommended by 2Mainstream4U
the mc of lovely complex is nami The same voice actor, build, personality, and animated by the same studio if you like pre time skip nami you'll like lovely complex 
report Recommended by Eldencheese
Both Gintama and One Piece also have long-running series with a strong fanbase. 
report Recommended by FAKECROSS97
They Are has great world-building, a large cast of characters, and themes such as friendship, loyalty, and overcoming adversity. 
report Recommended by FAKECROSS97
Both are comedic adventures that features a young energetic protag who wanted to achive a dream that he has a deep passion of, both also had imaginative worldbuilding and cross similar themes such as the importance of teamwork 
report Recommended by Ratris_Decision
as one piece here the character goes on bizzare adventures and i really like the series. If you like adventure but don't like fights or bloodshed this is for you 
report Recommended by Minko_chan
All aboard the feels boat, because this is going to be the greatest journey of your life. Wanna travel across islands and discover what lies at the very end of the world? Then this is your last chance, last opportunity. But don't fasten your seat belt yet because you need to draw your weapon quite often, actually. 
report Recommended by NatoBoram
Both mc's have a goal they are striving to achieve, motivated by a promise they made to someone in their past.  
report Recommended by veravv
-Great comedy -OP Main character  
report Recommended by doomlord357
Art Style is very unique Sound Track very similar, especially intro of characters Leader MC, hardworking Main character has supporting characters that believe strongly in him 
report Recommended by Violapatra
Both anime are about adventure, and share similar themes of a lost treasure. Taiyou no Ko Esteban is about exploring the Americas, and looking for the lost city of Gold.  
report Recommended by RockLee303
Both series have main characters trying to uncover the truth behind a mysterious, censored period of history. They share more superficial similarities too, like a white, crescent shape moustached figure instigating a war. 
report Recommended by Kyotso
Both future dairy and one-piece are quite similar, with both MCs trying to obtain this near-impossible goal and meet exciting friends and wicked foes along the way. My only complaint is that one piece main character Luffy seems to be incompetent at times, getting too distracted, unlike Yuki, who gets the job done in 26 episodes. 
report Recommended by Jose39701
The protagonists are looking for an object that no one is sure what is it exactly. Both anime are named after said object, the One Piece and the Penguindrum. 
report Recommended by eblf2013
in my opinion Inuyashiki has some great fight like one piece and epic scenes and also unlike one piece it has ending. in addition a parody of one piece *with love* ;). i suggest every one piece fan to watch Inuyashiki. 
report Recommended by SaemonNoSuke
Currently, they are two of the best shonen that Shonen Jump is publishing. The feeling of adventure, exploring a new world and recruiting new partners are an important key in them. 
report Recommended by lynx17
Even though I do feel that one piece pales in comparison to Sword Art Online when it comes to it's world building and character development, it is no doubt that One Piece tries to expand the world and grab the viewer. I also see a lot of Kirito in Luffy whenever Luffy starts going off about his Nakama, so I definitly feel that One Piece can be a good show down the line just as Sword Art Online is. 
report Recommended by Jose39701
One Piece is similar to Fullmetal Alchemist in not only success, but When it comes to being better than majority of anime and When you are looking for that perfect anime I highly recommend One Piece or Fullmetal Alchemist. Why? Both have amazing plots and The plots go deeper within the character design, Both have amazing story lines, and The graphics of both these anime are spectacular, no horried or flawed design within the many frames, and Overall the soundtracks to both of these anime are great!  
report Recommended by TheAnimeLogician
if you have watched Akudama drive after consuming one piece it is very easy to see that the show takes massive influence form one piece. 
report Recommended by FuriousSpider
Both have similar characters and good world building. 
report Recommended by Aesthem
1. Long list of episodes so youll never be bored 2. Great plot 3. Interesting characters 
report Recommended by RagonWest
Both had good comedy - fooling around with your friends. The only difference is that Grand Blue adopts the real world's humor. Best watch with your gang and drinking buds. 
report Recommended by ravy15
Both are about the main character wanting to protect their friends. In order to do that they had decided to become stronger. Both have MC that isn't the brightest of the bunch as the lead. Both had the "upheaval" accident that changed their lives forever. 
report Recommended by DavidOk410
Both series have amazing humor and unique jokes, characters are funny, smart and amazing, both protagonists are loved by the anime comunity, gintama starts funny but its get amazing fight and serius, this is an anime everyone must watch, definitely one piece and gintama are the greatest shonens ever. 
report Recommended by Paituwin
If you like the animated battle scene sketchy and eye-catching (Looks very powerful) then you might like the battle in One Piece (Ep. >1000) 
report Recommended by YudiYusantoS
-Adventure? 💯 -Friendship? 💯 -Badass Fighting Scenes?💯 -Lovable MCs? 💯 & -Funny Characters? 💯 
report Recommended by GODH1KE
-both have something about it that makes it very enjoyable to watch. -both had something with gambling (also in one piece movie: gold). -both (especially in the alabasta arc) are on land/desert, they keep going from place to place. -both have the ideal to become or defeat someone 
report Recommended by Linedearphone
Personally, One Piece & Sailor Moon are both my all-time favorite anime series. I felt obligated to recommend OP to SM fans because I just realized the connection that they have to each other that I adore. They both have a ditzy & aloof main protagonist and a "crew" of individuals that have their own personalities. On top of that the main protag, albeit seemingly stupid at times, has their crew/friends backing them up and believing in them wholeheartedly. Always knowing they will win because of the protags good heart and how much they care for their friends. And they are both very strong people  read more 
report Recommended by dagreatcatsby_
crew sailing from spot to spot making new friends along the way 
report Recommended by idkmantbh
- Same Studio - Same magazine - Adventure  
report Recommended by seiyaknight
Both are pretty fast have tons of great action and neither are very serious 
report Recommended by Meku666
Both are about enjoying the journey and not necessarily the destination. 
report Recommended by Cozye
this may look like a strange rec because one piece is over 800 & cowboy bebop is only 26 though they are similar because every one in the crew of both ships makes a crucial part in the story & some of one piece arcs remind me of episods in cowboy bebop 
report Recommended by MouradmedYayaoui
Both are series about a young man going out to the sea as a pirate and having adventures along the way. Both are animated by Toei. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
It has a lot of humor and style. though one piece (ワンピース)is sometimes more serious so if you like Hetalia (ヘタリア)You wil definetly like One piece and the other way around. C:  
report Recommended by bartlokker
"Good" demons and "good" pirates even though that's contradictory to their very nature.  
report Recommended by hentaiwarl0rd
One Piece is the ultimate adventure story whereas Accel World isn't as bold or ambitious with the scope of its world, it does successfully characterize adventure and villains nicely. With regards to style and plot line not much is the same. Although accel world does have similar humor, a funny main character, and is largely about the bonds of friendship overcoming hardships. Accel world develops its characters adequately within a timely manner but always leaves a question about their past to be answered at a later date so that you can be kept questioning, similar to certain situations in One Piece anime and manga.  
report Recommended by HawkeyeMihawk924
It also a very long shounen series with lovable characters that power up and when they are angry.they kick ass.If you enjoyed the one you will definitely enjoy the other one! 
report Recommended by Nosakos
Both have nutty characters and hillarious antics. Great for spontaneous humor! 
report Recommended by Mokenda
These two series are the best in the ultra long anime adventure genre. They have the most funny and memorable hero: Lupin & Luffy. You can not guess which one is the silliest of them but you will definitely know who inspired the most recent monkey. Their respective crew are both contains such enigmatic characters as: Goemon&Zoro, Jigen&Sanji, Fujiko&Nami etc. Both crew journeys the world together and they make history as they go both in their and in our universe! 
report Recommended by ninjadante
Smart and agile Lupin/Sanji have weakness and this weakness is women, especially beautiful, greedy and sly female trief Fujiko Mine/Nami who always tries to substitute and outwit him (as well as other men). Joins the party strong but clumsy samurai Goemon/Zoro and skillful shooter Daisuke Jigen/Usopp. Adventure atmosphere and almost identical art. 
report Recommended by NoBleachNoLife
Both series deal with friend ship. They also have a similar atmosphere and they both have an undeniable amount of humor. Plus these series are both shounen and deal with water. (little fishing in one piece and nothing about pirates in Tsuritama though.) I really recommend both!! They both are very unique in every which way!! :D 
report Recommended by emif
really same, but different setting and their mc is opposite while One Piece is a boy and Mouretsu Pirates is the girl 
report Recommended by ryuganou
The characters in Mar really resemble the main characters in One piece and they are all fighting for a goal. In Mar its to bring peace to Mar by defeating the Chess Pieces in a fighting contest(DBZ kinda thing) while in One Piece it's to find One Piece the ultimate pirate treasure (title is main goal :) ~Luffy/Ginta who are similar. They are both the leader as well. ~Zoro/Alviss both don't like the leader at 1st but they come to. Similar personalities ~Usuop/Jack seem really weak at 1st but they both want to get stronger. ~Nami/Dorothy are both sort of thieves and they try to con Luffy/Ginta when  read more 
report Recommended by jeans
Both are about long journeys. And the most frequent phrase of main heroes in these animes is "Hara heta" - I'm hungry. 
report Recommended by Yaoischitsa
Toriko captures the same spirit that makes One Piece so awesome. Overpowered battles with Ridiculous attacks, colourful style with nice animation, Over the top personalities. Just pure awesome from start to finish. 
report Recommended by DragonFlame
the main character is good at fighting and happens to meet new people 
report Recommended by pakin
They're both funny shounen anime featuring afros and pandas. They're competetive in nature (though one's Devil's Fruit combat and the other's... bread contests...) and they both have ridiculous but lovable characters. We all know Suwabara wants to be Zoro. 
report Recommended by MugiwaraSilver
Eiichiro Oda the maker of One piece was assistent to Nobuhiro Watsuki the writer of the manga Rurouni Kenshin. So that's why you can se the strong spirit in both of the series. 
report Recommended by Tessie
luffy d. and kappei have the same seiyuu, who does such an amazing job. both aniem are crazy and funny, and both don't look amazing but completely makes up with actual content 
report Recommended by midori-
A lot of people may think why would I relate these two anime, but they both do have a lot in common. If you're looking for a great comedy, epic fights and simply an entertaining time where you'll always be wanting for the next episode, if you've seen one of these, the other is a must definite. Both shows pack in so many hilarious moments in between their emotional and epic plotlines.  
report Recommended by VK11
Leadership is a very difficult thing. Someone says you can’t learn it but only gain from God. For Luffy and Tylor it's absolutely true. Main screen time they acting like fools without realizing what’s really going on, but when time comes they somehow managing to turn everything for their own benefit. Two desperate heaven-born captains definitely put these series together. If One Piece’s length and Captain Tylor’s release date doesn’t scary you go ahead and watch them. You won’t be disappointed because a great comedy is a one more reason to unite these series. 
report Recommended by Iahel
Similar expressive character design, animation and type of humour. Great characters and stories in both, but they're not much alike in these items. Goemon reminds me of Zoro and Fujiko resembles me of Nami, though. 
report Recommended by taterhead
MHA S4 has a badass antagonist, similar to some of the more menacing major villains in One Piece. Side characters have surprisingly emotional backstories. In general, both are strongly motivational shonen series.  
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Well, in One Piece, Luffy and his nakama look for One Piece and in Wolf's Rain Kiba and his nakama look for Paradise. Both one piece and paradise are like legends but the main characters believe the legends and look for it. In both anime you can see the bond between comrades and how deep it is. Both contains a lot of good fighting scenes. In both animes, the main characters are not normal, one is about pirates and one is about wolf. Of course one piece is much lighter than wolf's rain but if you like either one, you'll like the other for sure! 
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Both feature friendship, nakamas and teamwork. They also have the same slapstick comedy elements as well as a generally light-hearted attitude.  
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Both series give off a similar feeling of an epic endless adventure. Outlaw Star however, was only 26 episodes long. Charimastic leads building up their crews, great female characters (somewhat rare in today's shounen titles), similar settings (Government, Criminals and Bounty hunters). 
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Very similar aspects in friendship, trust, and helping others And both have 10/10 in character development  
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these animes are very similar in genra wise there both two young boys who set out to make a goal and reach there dream they are also both carless leader types which makes both aanime have the same sence of comedy so if you like ao no exorcist then i would recommend one piece  
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Both main characters have the same goal: become the best of their worlds. While in Pokemon they travel in the lands, challenging people and dealing with the bad guys, in One Piece they travel in the sea, dealing with the bad guys and the ones that should be considered the "good guys". Both animes are slow, but will give you a weekly dose of entertainment 
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Both shows are shounen action shows with a sense of adventure which feature a group of people fighting against bandits/pirates and a corrupt government. One Piece is MUCH larger in scope, while Sand Land is more bite-sized, but there should be crossover appeal. 
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World Destruction and One piece are similar because... I.) They both have animals that talk. II.) The main characters are wanted. III.) Both involve finding something important. Example: The One Piece (One piece) and The Destruction Code (World Destruction) IV.) Both have pirates. '"V(*u*)V"' 
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Similiar shounen story about a boy who wants to become something. In both animes, main character goes long way, meeting new powerful friends, rivals and enemies along the way. There are high spirited fights with unique characters, lots of fun.  
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Both animes are 「B I Z A R R E」 at their own ways. World construction is really wide. Power can get really random sometimes. P.S.: I tagged my favorite (animated) JoJo part but it's not the first one. You can check the order at the anime's page 
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Both are popular, long lasting shounen franchises that are still airing new material in 2017. Both anime balance boast a fine blend of comedy and action, with the main characters sharing a few similar traits. For instance it could be said that both Luffy and Goku love food more than anything else- except for the lives of their friends/nakama. Toei Animation handles both series. 
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"kanata no astra" and "one piece" are two gems in adventure genre. in fact,both the series have a very wonderful settings which is really easy to get into. besides, if you like animez with lots of wonderfully fleshed-out character,particularly a strong and dependable MC who jokes around all the time but gets serious when needed, i promise you won't regret watching these.  
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Yuma and Luffy sets out in the quest to find their fathers and complete their overall objective (Yuma for the Duel Champion and Luffy for Pirate King) Art style are identical as it is meant to fool the viewers believing it is childish until later points of the stories twists it to make it darker and mature to live up to it's target audience none other than teens 
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The main leader protagonists of these series (Bell / Luffy) are in pursuit of adventure. They are able to draw friends and comrades to their side rather easily. They each form small groups (a party / a pirate crew) in order to go deeper in their respective adventures. They get extremely stronger as the series progresses, and also have a personal strength benchmark that they're aiming for (Bell wants to catch up to Aiz, while Luffy wants to surpass Shanks). Both are disgusted by their own weaknesses. Lily (of DanMachi) and Nami (of One Piece) also share some notable similarities in terms of, among other  read more 
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Both One Piece and Ponyo have: * A setting that’s mostly the ocean * Friendship themes * Fish people * Main male characters with disappeared dads * Red-haired female leads * Supernatural elements * And dramatic scenes 
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Ore Monogatari!! and One Piece both have the same kind of fun humour and stories. You get involved in the story and it's easy to get excited! While One Piece is a shounen adventure story, Ore Monogatari!! has a completely different set of genres; shoujo romance. It's not your typical shoujo romance, mind you, it's full of genuine comedy and good characters. So, if you're watching One Piece and craving a shoujo that doesn't feel like All Those Other Shoujo Animes™, try Ore Monogatari!! You'll be positively surprised! 8~D 
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Luffy and Joe are similar in a few ways. They're really strong, have a lot a cool tricks up there sleeves, protect their friends, and are really funny. With both Luffy and Joe, when I first started watching they both came off as annoying but i grew to love 'em both. Other than that VJ and OP both have great action scenes and a decent plot. 
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Both have the pirate romance in it's true sense. People pursued by the world government put pirate flags on their ships and sail freely across the seas, be it with water or stars, and try to do what's right. Crew members of both Luffy and Herlock tend to have sad backstories, related to the enemies the crews fight. 
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Both have: a really really great story, and unique characters.. really strong characters that develop/ get stronger/smarter over time Epic battles that have you at the edge of your seat & make you want to watch the next episode Awesome char design that gets better over time. A friendship priority in their story.  
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The main characters are both easygoing and funny but when the time comes they initiate super bad-assary  
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Both have new main characters join the main group throughout the series 
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they have few similarities but they do kinda relate. both main characters believe people 100% of the time and are somewhat foolish/naive both are strongly focused on friendship 
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Both heavily focus on shounen and comedy. The male protagonists both start off hopeless as they are plunged into a new world (Kyosuke with Soccer and Luffy in the Grand Line). However, they grow and gain new friends and rivals along their journey.  
report Recommended by PirateKingz
Both have similar feel to them and are shounenes with some badass battle scenes. Protagonist's of both titles are very smart and unique characters with unusual skills. Also both have very interesting style of art. 
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One Piece and Radiant have the same concept, having a dream to become the strongest and finding something. Both main character have a special power they have yet to master and rise up through their journey. Both anime also deal with serious topics such as discrimination.  
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- The protagonists Luffy and Touma are both all about protecting and saving others regardless of any consequences. They both have limited amount of power but somehow manage to survive many fights against most powerful villains. They continue to grow with each battle and gain new companions in their journey. - Both are compromised mostly of comedy, action, and fantasy elements 
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Both heavily focus on shounen and comedy. The male protagonists both start off hopeless as they are plunged into a new world (Sakurag with Basketball and Luffy within the Grand Line). However, they grow and gain new friends and rivals along their journey.  
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Although they are different, they both tell the story of pirates and vikings going on adventures. Eichiro Oda, who created One Piece, has stated that Vickie The Viking is his biggest influence and the reason why he created the One Piece manga to begin with. 
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