A prevailing theme in both series is the notion of moral justice: Is it right to kill those who are unhealthy to society? It is a rather conflicting statement as often the answer lies in the subjective. This is profoundly highlighted in both series through the characters, views of the general public, and moral consequences and decisions the protagonists have to face.
Both deal with school students (Yagami Light / Azama Shou), who after gaining a special power, decide to take justice into their own hands to create a better world. Though the personalities and methods of the protagonists are different (Death Note has intense 'battle of the minds' dialogue and Kira who kills all the criminals whilst Akumetsu has gorey action and Akumetsu - a 'terrorist group' publicly killing corrupt beaurocrats) it's enjoyable to compare one after reading the other to see different peoples' approach to the same subject.
Both are about a high school boy with a unlikely, supernatural power they will use to "improve" the country by killing everyone that is evil according to their judgement.
Death Note's kills have their focus on your every day murderer, rapist etc while Akumetsu has it's focus on politicians, CEO's: what's wrong with trias politica, economics, the pharmaceutical industry etc.
Death Note is more of a psychological blockbuster and a thriller focussing on mind-games while Akumetsu is a good action.
Akumetsu is especially cool to read if you are into politics and know a little bit about the economic crisis we have, or have seen Michael Moore's Sicko. It makes you want to go "whoohoo, you go Akumetsu!" read more
These manga both bring the worst of human kind up. They let you realise how bad some people actually are. The main characters both dedicate their lives to bringing down this evil, they even go as far as killing them because most of the time that is the only way.
it has the same setting, only that there is no 'L' character in akumetsu.
but both protagonists have a driving desire to fight against evil, even if it means killing people. and the biggest similarity is
that the mc has a superpower which he uses to change japan.
in death note, well the death note and,
in akumetsu , the really sexy mask.
Both Akumetsu and Code Geass are about a guy trying to change the currect system, maybe code geass is more like a story of revenge unlike akumetsu which is clearly a character who hates the correct system. The only difference is in akumetsu the main char didnt have some special power like code geass,he had something different from that, but its also a clever manga. I recommend ya to read it.
You will probably agree to a certain degree with what the main characters of these manga think. There are people in this world that we would be better if without. But if you (like them) would have the power to really dispose of them, would you really do it? If you want to see how they do it and see a lot of gore, blood and some of the best plot development. Of this sound interesting to you, then you should try out these manga.
Akumetsu and Wolf Guy are both created by the same author and artist, so the art is of course similar, with tons of violence and a struggle that turns more and more desperate as the climax approaches, as the lead is forced to handle the situation without the use of his talents
The main characters of both stories follow their own moral guidelines, which clashes with society as well as some of the readers, since they will without a doubt consider a manga contradicting their own moral beliefs to be automatically bad, despite execution.
For the rest of us which have no such qualms about the morals of the characters we follow in the story and who likes our main characters to be different from the typical, brain-dead shonen lead, both of these are great reads.
Blood gore and a lot of killing, that is what these manga have in common. If you like these kind if manga that also have a mysterious side to them, then you should check these manga out for sure. But be warned, you are going to see a dark side if humanity that you will not soon forget
The dark side if humanity, it can be a very frightening thing that you are not likely to forget soon after reading one of these manga. They both have a way of showing you what evil is corrupting our world and what we should do to stop it. If you like these kind of dark stories then these manga are perfect for you!
Both manga's have something special about them, what makes them really funny and interresting to read. In Lost + brain, a boy wants to attain some power that could allow him to change the world to a world that he wanted. One without such pathetic stupid humans how don't take responsibility.
Although there drawing style is not very similar, but there both very cool, great manga's  read more
The main characters of both series want to get rid of the bad people in the world but for a different reason. If you read one of these manga you will certainly enjoy the other one as well, even if it is just to see another side of the story... Both of them have a big mysterious element in them.
These 2 manga basically have the same plot which is to cleanse japan of evil politics and make japan strong!
Both these manga has a group who take cares of the politics who are untouchable by law due to political power and connections. However both of the groups are named as terrorists and therefore has no support from anyone else but themselves.
In Akumetsu, they're seen as a group however there is only 1 sole person actually doing it.
While in Triage it's an actual group.
Both manga are about changing Japan. Read Sanctuary for a hardboiled crime thriller look at Japanese politics populated by the manliest men in manga, with emphasis on yakuza involvement. Read Akumetsu to see Japanese politics blown up and eviscerated by a happy-go-lucky lunatic, with emphasis on unrestrained trashy violence, involving at one point a wheelchair kitted out with knives goring a politician to death.
The main theme in these manga is that a lot of people that walk around on earth are just filth that doesn'tt deserve to live because of all the evil they have caused. The main characters are confronted with these kind of people on daily basis and dedicate their lives to purifying our world from these kind of people, even if they have to go as far as killing in order to do that!
Both series has a more mature setting involving criminals and complicated suspense. Although their premise aren't alike, there's a familiar mood with how both series operates especially when detective work are involved. The main male protagonist in both series also meets a variety of characters that they bond with while adapting with events in the story.
Superheroes and justice are the two central themes of both mangas. Akumetsu appeals to an older audience with a dark and mature tone, while Ratman appeals to a younger audience with a more comedic and light hearted story. Both explore the philosophy of "what is good?" and "what is evil?" but only Akumetsu establishes a clear answer and distinction between the two, while Ratman does so vaguely through it's cheek humor and fanservice.
Both protagonists are seen as evil "superheroes" by society but there is a fundamental difference between the two. Ratman is feared solely because of his monster-like appearance, while Akumetsu is feared because of his violent approach in killing those he deems "evil". However, both wear the mask of a hero to ultimately help society as they firmly follow their own sense of justice. read more
Both are about anti-heroes that kill corrupted people. Despite they are published in shonen magazines, the graphic content could fit more into a seinen magazine. But, while Akame ga Kill take placs in a fantasy setting, Akumetsu do it in comtemporary Japan.
First of all the MCs look very similar not only in appearance but in their personal beliefs. If you want to see a high schooler going against people of higher social standing than him for justice, with good violence, then Akumetsu is a much better alternative. If you liked Akumetsu's action though and would like to add some silly comedy, then Sun-Ken Rock is what you're looking.
Both these series may not seem all that similar to you, but i assure you it's somewhat is.
Both of the protagonist uses harsh methods for justice or show what is right and wrong. In hammer session it's to teach the students what's right and what's wrong and to not do it again, while in Akumestsu it's to show what will happen to those who follow in the footstep of "EVIL".
Both great manga's if you're into complicated things. However Akumestsu is darker and has alot of gore and killing.
The judgment and punishment of sinning is the central theme of both of these titles. In Akumetsu, corrupt politicians are killed off one by one by a group of terrorists. In Judge, characters are pushed to sentence others to death for committing one of the seven deadly sins.
Both main characters have weird powers that they use for good,yet in a weird good way. Once you read one of those, and read the other you'll get the feeling of "Akumetsu is like Hentai Kamen, but without the hentai parts."
One student, One cause, "JUSTICE", Eliminating the "Evil" that they decide, while in leaving flashy evidence of their work. Committing crime to solve corruption, while keeping their identities a secret with a mask that barely covers their face. Hidden is their ability of a supernatural power.
Both Mangas do a great job of exposing ills in the system, where in Akumetsu it's the government and in Medical Dragon it's the Health Organizations.
Although the methodology of the protagonists is very different, the ideals are the same.