Ueki kinda looks like Natsu to me. Also, they work in groups, as well as alone. Both protagonists find strength in protecting others...and both seem to act without thinking quite a bit. Both shows give off a similar, "good-timey" feel, and I'm sure if you like one, you'd really enjoy the other :D
the main plot are the same and the character's personality are also very smiliar. both animes are great, and VERY exciting it makes u keep wanting to watch it (well at least to me ;p) I LUV both of them.
Both anime prominently feature a character whose beliefs about friendship, loyalty, and doing what's right motivates them. Natsu can be hot-headed and may enjoy fighting more than Ueki, but both are willing to sacrifice pretty much everything for the sake of doing what's right and/or protecting their allies and friends.
If you're looking for a show that inspires you to root for the good guys because you get swept up in the emotion of fighting for what you believe in and sticking by your friends no matter what, both Law of Ueki and Fairy Tail are exactly what you're looking for.
They fight for their friends, both protagonist will become powerful if they see their tomodachi/nakama gets hurt. All about friendship and supernatural powers, they have some funny comedies and will give you goosebumps in battle. They'll die for their nakama/tomodachi. Protagonist gets very mad when their friend/nakama is getting hurt by an evil dude/dudette with ni heart.
Natsu and Ueki has the same personality, and they are both powerful and careless.
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.
Ueki, Kousuke is the same as Monkey D., Luffy almost in all ways :D he loves food and they both act dumb and they makes jokes if they are fighting and d.luffy fights with long things and ueki fight with long trees and they protect their friends and they talk the same and face expression is the same and his eyes and they believe people fast both animes they obtain power
both main characters have almost, if not the the same personality. There are a couple a similarities between luffy and ueki. nakama power theme and never-dying-will concepts. one major difference though is the setting itself. nonetheless, they have the same thematic aura and nature.
Ueki and Luffy are so similar with their friendship, morals, and whatnot that whenever I watch Law of Ueki it reminds me of One Piece and vice-versa.
Also, they have a concept with the superpowers and they vary between each character..One Piece has the Devil Fruit users and Law of Ueki has Power Users.
These two anime have very similar character designs. Both main characters respect friendship bonds, always want to eat, have a power due to some reason, and want to be something (great pirate in One Piece, God in Ueki).
- Main protagonist is very simple minded and do what they want
- They have strange powers that would't really relate to battle
- They both look up to someone who helped them in the past
- Lots of little bits of comedy with tons of battles
I wouldn't call it the same storyline but there are some parallels.
#1 tournament that decides who becomes "king"
#3 strong feel for justice and friendship
#4 powers are lent (Ueki: from their god candidate; shaman: from their ghost)
#5 A girl that decided to become the main guy's "manager"
The rest is completely different though, characters aren't really similar.
They are very similar, in both you get to see characters with superpowers given by someone.
You get to see a series of fights for the place of "world's king" in both animes.
The characters and they story, the entire anime are very similar, but still difrent and interesting in their own way. :P
They both compete in a tournament to become "king." Powers are lent by spirits/candidates. They both have a "fight for your friends" motto.
Characters have different abilities. Both have a villian with a bad past bent on destroying the world. One prankster/jokester character joins the main group.
Both series consists of the battle shounen theme where there is plenty of action presented by the main characters.
Both series deals with a 'tournament' where there is glory to be won and those who are strong enough will dominant through the ranks. The main character in both series tries to reach the top.
The main male character in both series also has similar personalities.
There is also drama, comedy, and supernatural themes in both series.
Both series are considered battle shounen that offers plenty of fighting among characters. The main character in both series has similar personalities and often strive to reach new heights through experience in combat against other characters from the show.
Both series involves some inhuman techniques that are displayed during the various encounters between the main character against his adversaries.
Both series has plenty of action, drama, and comedy. In general, they have a similar vibe and feelings.
Both anime basically have a "fighting" contest in team mode with each member having a special ability or "power." Even though with Ueki, it originally starts as a battle for the "Null Zai," eventually, it does become a battle to save lives, as in the Flame of Recca.
Actually, I think Tsubasa Fukuchi got the idea of Law of Ueki from Flame of Recca.
Anyways that's why I recommend Law of Ueki, for the reason I gave.
Oh you may see some similarities if you have keen observation like me.
The main characters have something and someone that they want to protect. they will both sacrifice themselves for everyone else. They both want to become stronger so that they can protect the people that they care about. Also they both find themselves in a fighting tournament.
Most claim it to be the classic shonen but YYH is similar in a sense where theres a tournament where demons battle it out (though not for a reason like becoming god) thought it is based on heaven and the main character is a unique teenager.
Ueki its like the fusion of killua and gon ^^, a cool guy that wants to help everybody, and the type of anime its very similar, good fights and a stronger enemy on the next one
this anime has cool fights, and everyone have a different power (like nem) so every fight its different. The story its very funny and if u liked hunter x hunter i know u will like the law of ueki and of course if u like the law of ueki u cant miss Hunter x Hunter because its one of the greatest anime that i had ever see
both EXTREMELY good and EXTREMELY underrated anime. this 2 shows are definitely compatible. both have the same kind of pure action your looking for.
everyone in both anime's all have different powers.
both main's dad "left" them
both have a close girl friend that gets pulled into the situation.
both have a "coward, useless" friend that eventually becomes useful.
seriously if you see one you will like the other.
Personally i will definitely say that these shows are alike, they have the same feel and atmosphere. They action in both shows are great and the comedy is very similar to. Both of them have special weapons/ability and both of them are participating in a tournament... If you like MAR, you will like definitely like law of Ueki as well.
Both of these are fighting anime. But they share a similar since of humor, and animation style.
Ueki - is a battle anime where the winner's "god candidate" (or coach) becomes god.
Zatch Bell - is a battle anime where the winner's doll becomes king.
Gash deals with a protagonist who receives a little kid while in Ueki the protagonist receives supernatural powers but both series deal with the same kind of action-packed emotional battles and hilarious comedic moments throughout the series. Both's antagonists are also similar in almost every kind of way.
- Both are non-human partnered with humans.
- Both are about friendship and to protect.
- Both are about fighting to become King(Gash Bell) or God (Law of Ueki).
Although for The Law of Ueki, it's only 1 side fights (the humans). Gash Bell is both the human and demon fight together.
Gash Bell is a much better series than Law of Ueki. But Gash Bell anime ended differently than manga, so it's best if you read the manga after anime!
Both involve battles in which one person is picked by a superior entity to be their partner in a battle, in which the last one standing obtains a grand prize in both shows becoming a leader of a group.
gash bell and ueki possess the same type of humor and presents many unique powers incorporated within their battles. for example ueki has the power to turn garbage into trees (promotes recycling lol). both are great (I enjoyed ueki a bit more) and recommend both.
Just like Reborn!, it has great comedy plus action done right. If you liked Reborn due to the battles and different battle styles which always keep you guessing, you'll like The Law of Ueki. The battles in this series always keep you guessing and are never dull or the same thing over and over again like other Shounen series. Reborn! and Ueki are two of the best Shounens out there.
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.
Gods and powerful humans fighting together. Large swords, power-ups, 2 different levels (in Bleach it's bankai, but it's just level 2 in Ueki). Both protagonists get powerful much quicker than normal through hard work and sheer will. If you like Bleach, I'm sure you'll like Ueki also :)
do you like bleach? are you a toshiro hitsugaya fan(girl)?
well this is the anime for you, because the main lead in law of ueki has his exact same voice as his, except this time you actually hear him joking around.
its also a shonen, super power, comedy action and has epic fightings in it like bleach
both ueki and ichigo are somewhat "different" or "special" from the rest
the set-up in their enviroment is also the same.
for bleach, you have karakura town, the hollow world and the shinigami world
for ueki you have his town, hell and than heaven, in the respective order.
both power up and get stronger.
both wanna fight for their friends
both have no mothers but they have a dad and sister(s)
they also both have a gang of friends that follow him wherever they go.
ueki also had this aizen-like character.
so if you want a regular shonen with little or no teenage angst, this is the show for you. read more
Mirai Nikki-12 candidates fight to become God.
The Law of Ueki-fighting to make your "God Candidate" God.
both having to do with participating in a game/tournament to decide who will become God......Mirai Nikki has a much more serious atmosphere and the characters have more phsycological problems
The Law of Ueki is Shounen
"That's my ninja way "..."that's my righteousness"...
Both shows have teams. Both protagonists started off as being the weakest, but got stronger through hard work, training, and pure will. They both also become strongest when they are protecting others. They both are somewhat airheads, but make up for their idiocy through sincerity. They truly are the good guys, and this trait of theirs often turn enemies into friends :) If you love Naruto, you'll like Ueki as well :D
Both have main characters who never give up and influence others with their personalities.
Both involve a wide assortment of interesting powers and have slice of life messages within them.
I recommend The Law of Ueki! :)
The main character in each series is a spikey-haired idiot who repeatedly saves people regardless of who they are - friend, enemy, ambiguous. Whoever needs saving at the time, it doesn't matter what their status is, it's no reason to influence whether they should be saved. Both spikey-haired idiots - Touma and Ueki - have a certain view on justice. Ueki lives for following his own justice to the point of challenging opponents who threaten that justice, and Touma repeatedly punches people in the face while lecturing them, and believes in seeing everyone have a happy ending, with no casualties, even if he ends up getting mangled in the process. On top of that, Accelerator and Robert have a lot of similarities, the former being the most powerful esper in the world and the latter being a ten-star Heavenly Being. They are ruthless, seemingly all-powerful, dislike having to fight (for different reasons - Accelerator wants people to see him too powerful to fight in the first place, and Robert loses years of his life from using his abilities too much), and both boys were ostracized by others as monsters from a young age that resulted in some serious destruction of the city they lived in. Then, the Robert-Ueki and Accelerator-Touma dynamics are also similar.
Both series also have characters with unusual types of powers - in The Law of Ueki the various power users typically have one single power granted to them from a God Candidate, and in Toaru Majutsu no Index there are magicians and espers, the latter of whom can only have one single base power.
Index has a second season, so check that out as well. read more
- Both have action and supernatural genres
- Both shows have really similar characters. The main lead is a boy with extreme unluckiness whose strong sense of justice and fight to protect the innocent people regardless what they might lose. Misaka's appearance quite reminds me about Ai Mori, but while Ai doesn't have powers at the beginning, she has more roles and delivers more narrative monologue throughout the story.
- Both story also involves level of powers and the type of powers itself are quite unusual among the shounen genres (In TLoU it's the power to turn something into something else, while in ToAru it's magic or espers power).
- Both shows involves the term of "God" read more
I feel like the main characters and the general flows of the shows are similiar.
You get a main character who suddenly aquires a power, both of them are flegmatic in their own way at times, but when needed, they fight with unfaltering resolve.
The side characters have their own deep, most of them with a flashback of their own, explaining their actions.
Also in both shows there are motives of journey, tournaments, ability fine-tuning, (few others but *spoilers*), but most importantly using one's with to overcome your opponent (even though i felt like JoJo was better at that.)
Each of the shows has its own pace, with a lot of interesting twists. Enjoy! read more
Although both animes appear very different at first glance, they do share some similarities. In both Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann and The Law of Ueki, the overall message is the same: to never give up (even when the goals seems impossible to reach). The theme is also similar as it revolves around friendship, loyalty, and courage.
The protagonists share the same objective as well, though how they achieve their goal is a bit different. In Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, they use mechas. In The Law of Ueki, they have superpowers. Both protagonists experience a hardship that will motivate them further to achieve their goal, though I must admit that Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann is darker and more serious than The Law of Ueki... and you may hate the protagonist of TTGL at first (but he'll grow out of it)... However, both do have their share of comedy so don’t let that deter you from watching.
The animation is also similar, so expect a lot of eye popping colors moving all at once (don’t worry, it’s beautiful!)!
Overall, if you liked The Law of Ueki, I am pretty sure you would enjoy Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (unless… you aren’t a fan of mechas. But even so, give it a chance! You may end up loving it!) &same goes for TTGL fans. If you liked TTGL, you'd probably enjoy The Law of Ueki too!  read more
Beelzebub is similar to The Law if Ueki because:
#1. The main characters's characteristics and power.
Both the main characters Oga and Ueki are tough little bastards. They also have an insane amount of strength. The main characters's personalities are also quite similar. Both Oga and Ueki have a careless attitude. They also say some respectable things that make people around them wonder if they're really that careless. I think it's cool. >:D OH! and one more thing! that cliche main character getting pissed when someone they care about is in danger. Yup you guys know what I'm talking about! ^•^
#2. How the characters get their power.
Both the characters get their insane amount of power from another world.
Ueki: Heaven, from a Heavenly Being
Oga: Demon World, from a demon prince.
#3. They kinda prevent the world from being taken over or being destroyed. :P
Both Oga and Ueki prevents the world from being destroyed because they know what is going to destroy the world so they are "fighting" against it so the world will stay the way it is. read more
There are some similarities because:
-Both of them is talk about 'nouryoku' or special ability
-Both of main char is an orphan, Atsushi is true an orphan while Ueki just his mother deceased
-Both of them many fighting and battle scenes
-Both of them are funny in some scenes
-Both of them is about cooperation between mc and his allies
Overall from me they both many talk about fighting and battle
- Both anime has characters who can use superpowers.
- The MC in both anime is a guy who has strong sense of justice.
- The characters in both anime has strong friendship.
- The antagonist in both anime has backstories.
- Both anime has characters who can use superpowers.
- The MC in both anime is a guy who has strong sense of justice.
- The characters in both anime has strong friendship.
- The antagonist in both anime has backstories.
The two battle shounen I have enjoyed the most in two different moments of my life. Ueki no Housoku was part of my childhood, and One Punch Man introduced me to anime series again after years. They both share a simple and funny main character with a strong sense of justice.
The two series involve a group of friends with amazing and diverse powers, they come together to fight a common adversary to protect their loved ones. Both series have amazing fighting scenes and comedic moments. Both share Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Shounen, drama, and Supernatural genre components.
Both main characters spit out lines like:
"I'll protect everyone"
"I'm gonna get stronger!"
Other than that the two series follows "the shounen formula", which basically have four stages:
1: discovering their power
2: training their power
3: realizing their "goal"
4: fighting the last boss
How far will you go to protect your loved ones? How far can they go? Watch and find out as magic helps and destroys people in this magical anime loaded with laughter and saddenss. Never underestimate the element of suprise~
I dun really noe how to say it but in a way Haru is similar to Ueki and both shows have a mix of comedy and action which i feel was very interesting.
I also feel that in both shows the protagonists' fathers both have an important role .Also they have interesting ways to fight, you simply just cant ignore
Though they differ significantly in time and place, they share two key aspects: the selflessness of the main character and the creativity of the fight scenes. Ueki, like Beet, was saved from death by those he grew to idolize not once, but twice. And the powers they have are not used to brute-force fights, but to win them creatively (such as in the fight with Grineed or with Bolo T).
Both involve creative superpowers and consequently the best battles ever. Since the nature of the hero's powers in both series basically precludes any chance of just using raw power to win a fight, their winning plans always come out of left field and are always a surprise.
Phi Brain's plot progression mirrors that of the Law of Ueki, and the characters from both of these anime seem to hold many similarities.
The concept isn't all that similar, but both have somewhat of an aura that makes them feel somehow related. If you like one of these anime, then I strongly recommend the other.
both are similar. In fullmetal alchemist, "to gain something you must pay something in same value". the law of ueki also does have that meaning too. like, Kousuke Ueki from the law of ueki loses sth he has for everytime he uses his power. Apart from that, they both have action, comedy and characters have supernatural powers to begin with.
oh another thing... both main characters are short & tiny. And hate it when other mentioned it. when that time comes it looks really funny. ^-^
Although the two dosen't seem very similar their characters are have similar traits. Both main characters are just some cocky a-holes and they both seem to meet incredible obstacles and are able to pass them by a hair. Both also seem to be destined for greatness without their knowledge and they're just doing it for the thrill or justice of the matter. I highly recommend watching Ueki if you like the character structure of ikki
both main characters don't really belong with the group their in.
both are shonen, have super-powered fights, have comedy.
both fight to protect their justice.
their both really enjoyable if you just want to watch somthing good.
so if you want a regular shonen with little or no teenage angst, this is the show for you.