Provided that the watcher has some unintelligible lust for seeing demons being slain, you can feed that lust even further by watching Dororo. Rage induced bloody battles with the set goal of taking revenge, this is the perfect show for a good adrenaline pump, watching the enemies being slain over and over again, like a drug addiction. Have fun!
Both anime are set in historical Japan where demons exist. The main characters of both series also have the main plot-driving device in which they have to kill those demons to regain something that they have lost. Add in some great animation by both studios, and you have two anime that are very similar.
Similar tone and similar theme (Dark tone, and demon slaying). Both have great animation and great soundtrack. They aren't the same, in fact they are quite different on other aspects (for example, the characters, the world setting and the art style). However there is a good chance you will enjoy them if you liked one of them since they have a similar vibe.
Sorry the comparison is a bit vague but I don't want to spoil too much here.
Both of these anime perfectly capture the mystical aspects of feudal Japan. While Dororo focuses more on a traditional view of feudal Japan, Kimetsu no Yaiba instead shows a slightly different version of feudal Japan, Demon hunters, and pseudo-magic system. Finally, if you enjoyed Dororo as much as I did then you will certainly enjoy Kimetsu no Yaiba just as much or even more.
- Both follow protagonists who lose a lot and face trauma in the first episode
- Fighting demons is similar to fighting titan, both eat humans as well
- Similar demon slaying corp to the military police
Both anime has a fight between humanity and Titans/Demons. Bigger enemy is scary, strong and hard to defeat, but there are groups dealing with them. Demon slayers and Survey Corps. Then we have naive main character who looses people that are important to him. Lots of tears, screaming and trying to make things better. Few years of training to become a man and then the MC is out to destroy them all.
- Both series follow protagonists who have their family eaten by the titans/demons
- Both titans and demons eat humans and are/were humans
- The MCs are naive & optimists + after some training, they become VERY strong
- Both MCs want to revenge their families
1- Both MCs's families were killed by human eating creatures
2- humans fight human eating creatures for survival
3- These human eating creatures came out of nowhere and threatened humans
4- MCs enters the special force which kills and fights these creatures
5- MCs are naive & optimists + after some training, they become strong
6- Both MCs want to revenge their families
7- similar setting and atmosphere
Both Protagonists suffers after losing their closest family. In Kimestsu no Yaiba Kamado Tanjirou loses his whole family except his sister and in Blue Exorcist aka ( Ao no Exorcist ) Rin loses his father. After both going through a trauma, they both kill demons. The concept of the story of its beginnings are the same, but however later on the story differ from it other.
Rin and Kamado both wield swords, but Rin's sword releases fire while Kamado's releases water.
Are both dark fantasy
are both man-eating Claymore have Yoma, Kimetsu no Yaiba demons
are both seeking for revenge
are both works in killing monsters
are both have organization in Killing monsters claymore have organization and Kimetsu no Yaiba have Demon Killing Corps.
claymore set on a fictional medievalis and more gore and darker than Kimetsu no Yaiba
Both dark fantasy.
Both have "monsters" eating on humans.
Both have familar feelings. (Are they really monsters?)
Both have some kind of organization that fight's monster.
Kimetsu no Yaiba is set in Japan.
Claymore is more "European" setting.
1- The MCs are optimists + after some training, they become VERY strong
2- Good Action
3- Adventure Gore Action Group of friends
4- Both MCs are on an adventure with a partner and are looking for something
5- Both MCs have huge potential and are extremely strong
Although this show is fairly new, even the Hunter x Hunter mangaka (Togashi) recommended reading the Kimetsu no Yaiba manga series. The anime adaptation has been great so far and as a huge fan of HxH, I've enjoyed it.
Ghouls and Demons fighting against humanity. Some of them are able to affect people and become demi-humans. Or so called - half human half demon/ghoul. Main character goes through traumatic incidents which changes his life. Both MC's are naive, into crying and having their perfect world which is soon broken and changed by the reality. Some good fights, action, soundtracks and animation.
Kimetsu no Yaiba and Tokyo Ghoul are vastly similar in both a tonal, literal, and plot-oriented sense. The plots are almost creepily similar, and if you enjoyed/valued the serious, dramatic, adrenaline-pumping, potentially disturbing, and mind-boggling experience of one of these shows, I can garuntee you will come to appreciate that of the other. :D
Both main characters are pretty naive, sensitive and loving. They have a traumatic incident, lose people they love and understand how harsh life can be. Both MC's are pushed into training and becoming better with a higher goal in their mind.
Both have strange creatures who infect people (Kabane/Oni)
Both have a character who is infected but can control it
Awesome animation and OST
On both anime, one of the main goals is to find a cure for the infectees
Good battle scenes
Both stories are set in the past (KnK during the industrial revolution, KnY during Taisho era)
• Naive main character, living in his own perfect world, trying to be a decent human being.
• Both MC's go through traumatic incidents that changes their life.
•They both train to become stronger, better, smarter etc.
• Nagai has the intelligence, while Tanjiro has a sensitive nose.
• Both anime have fight between humanity and demi-humans.
Urokodaki and Satou have the same voice actor. Tosaki and Gyuu too.
MC are somewhat similar in character. Both are on an epic quest and posses the power to fight the threat of evil/demons.
The plot, the overall style and even the scene after credits are very similar since both are made by ufotable and the same director.
Both main characters are kind, sensitive, intelligent and with their own little quirks. Super power and a super sensitive nose. Both Tanjiro and Midoryia have a trainer (Urokodaki and All Might), they go through lots of hardships in early year, but have decent development and become stronger.
Both MC are very similar. They both hunt demons and they both have the particularity to feel pity towards the ones who have been turned into demons. Both story are happening during the early 19th century.
-They are both Shounens from Jump, Jump+
-Humanity fighting powerful enemies, Demons in Kimetsu and Werewolves in Luger Code
-Follow the protagonist fighting these enemies
-One of the main characters becomes one of these enemies but doesn't lose his humanity