A classical adventure set up where the main characters are "the bad guys", criminals wanted by the government. Very traditional shounen, with the typical battles, special abilities and powers, and character's dreams. Very enjoyable.
Nanatsu no Taizai and One Piece are both adventure series that chronicles a group of characters as they go on a journey. The main male protagonist possesses similar personalities as we see their development over the course of the series. There is great action, back story, and clever dialogue delivery with its character interactions. As both series also takes place in a fantasy world, expect events out of the ordinary. I recommend both series to who are looking for a classic adventure.
Both are a shonen action / adventure series. The main protagonists in both series' are wanted criminals, who are simply outlaws over actually bad people. Meliodas is like the hilarious offspring of Luffy and Sanji. The art styles use similarly bright colors, that kind of disguise the darker theme of the series. Nanatsu no Taizai (aka The Seven Deadly Sins) is much like One Piece, except with knights rather than pirates, with it's lighthearted-ness and bad-ass cast of characters, and it seems to hold promise for some awesome adventures like those you'd see in One Piece.
Both Nanatsu no Taizai and One Piece similar in that they are both fun adventure/battle manga that don't take themselves too seriously but can still pack an emotional punch when it needs too and are mainly about adventure. They are also similar in that the main characters are outlaws that you can't help but root for.
I can't help but feel One Piece vibes when reading Nanatsu no Taizai (The Seven Deadly Sins). The main characters (Luffy and Meliodas) are similar in that they're both seemingly carefree until stuff gets serious. Both MCs are powerful in there own way and have their own group which they lead. Meliodas' group themselves have an interesting cast of characters, all with their own backstory and reasons for being who they are, just like Luffy's crew. Though Nanatsu no Taizai is still young (not even 100 chapters yet) I feel like this manga can last for a long time because the pacing makes it seem like it will, though probably not as long as One Piece. read more
Both are adventure manga with a lot of battles. The protagonists are both rather careless but would do everything for their friends and there are also a lot of different characters with very unique abilities and character traits.
A group of powerful individuals roaming the fantasy lands of their worlds. Nanatsu no Taizai and Akame ga Kill tell the stories of these individuals as they fight their way through corruption and power. The main male protagonist is a young man with full of potential who also happens to get involved with these individuals. Throughout their perspective stories, the MC learns more about them as well as other disturbing revelations. Both series has a lot of action adapted into an adventurous setting. I recommend both series for fans eager to try out a manga that offers an adventurous tale of dangers.
They both have the same premise: a group of powerful fighters aims to topple an evil empire/kingdom. Both are set in similar fantasy settings, although Akame ga Kill is far gorier and more brutal than Nanatsu no Taizai.
Both stories feature countries that in history have been very powerful but just, yet the current leadership has gone completely corrupt. Both series feature a protagonistic group that were once the military hero's who have been branded as criminals because they threatened the rule.
They are both action heavy, and feature characters with very interesting and often unique/unusual weapons and powers that make the fights interesting.
Also within the enemies there is a good variation between horribly twisted and cruel opponents that beg to killed and likeable enemies who are simply fighting to protect their country not seeing the corruption
The difference is Akame ga Kiru is far darker and not as light hearted, with a much more realistic take on what type of wounds are lethal, where in Nanatsu the characters are near (or in one case actually) immortal  read more
People with weapons fight in a dark fantasy world where the government is corrupt and the people believe the heroes are the villains. Akame ga Kill is much darker and gorier, but Nanatsu no Taizai has it's moments of gore and drama as well. While both have some comedy and fanservice, they're not focused on too much. Both stories have characters who use special, powerful weapons to fight.
Been reading up to chapter 37;
- The main character makes you think of Natsu in a way, with his friends somewhat resembling: Lucy, Grey/Gajeel, Juvia and Happy if you look at their relationships with one another.
- Great fight scenes.
- Some fanservice exists in this manga but it isn't it's a big selling point or a main reason to read this manga (which is a good thing).
- Getting stronger to protect friends is a theme that has been relevant already.
- Sudden power up exists like in FT but not whenever it would be nice to see, only in certain situations, not random. Can't say more without spoiling.
- You could say the 'wizards' thing is replaced with 'knights'.
- Both manga are fun to read.
- Has both comedy and serious moments. read more
Fairy Tail and Nanatsu no Taizai crafts an adventure series with a variety of characters. Both series' main male protagonist has a hotblooded personality yet deep down is quite sincere when it comes to protecting what they care about the most. Meanwhile, the main female characters also possesses an honest personality with a gentle heart. Both series involves story arcs and events that influences characters' lives greatly as well as their perspective worlds. There is secrets that are unrivaled and plot twists that unfold as we learn more about both series' origins. Recommended for fans of adventure and shounen.
Nanatsu no taizai is also set in a medieval time where theres magic.but the difference between nanatsu no taizai and fairy tail is that nanatsu no taizai has a good story and a good plot.If you want to read something similar to Fairy tail but with a good story nanatsu no taizai is you best choice.
-Both are set in medieval times with magic as a backup to make the setting entertaining
-Both have moments in where the character powers up for no logical reason
-Both are filled with what worldwide otaku look for - battles, tits and shipping.
They've got basically the same premises: Group of heroes falsely labeled as Traitors - couple of years pass - shit hits the fan.
But all in all, even though Nanatsu is better in all aspects. It got great characters, whom you tend to care about, and not generic bunch of Guts-wannabes, and which names you actually remember over the course of time. It got interesting plot, which doesn't hold only on the power of gore and fanservice.
Taking on an adventurous setting in a fantasy world. Nanatsu no Taizai (Seven Deadly Sins) and Ubel Blatt follows similar premises. The main group of characters are labeled as 'traitors' and savages while in reality, the corruption within their capital and city are the real imminent threat. Both series decorates themselves with action and violence. The main male character improves their abilities as he takes on dangerous foes throughout both series. His relationship with other characters ranges with a variety of dynamics. Recommended for fans of fantasy/shounen.
Both heroes are forsaken by the country after having had their names falsely soiled by other "heroes." The protagonists both have great power, and they are aiming to get back at those who wronged them in the past. Ubel Blatt is definitely more graphic, but they are both nonetheless great action/adventure stories involving revenge and knights
Taking place in a fantasy world, Magi and Nanatsu no Taizai builds on their story with its colorful cast of characters. The main male protagonist from both series has similar personalities and often takes risks to help their friends. Other characters' roles becomes connected in a story that is dominated by conflicts revolving around their world. There is a good deal of shounen style battles in both series along with an unique arsenal of weapons that are adapted. As a series about adventure, I recommend anyone to check out both series to enjoy what the thrills it has to offer.
Both have unique art styles that are not too realistic, favoring a teen audience .
Both have an epic adventure like feel to them.
Both have strong elements of legend and legendary heroes in the story.
Both have a lovable, big cast.
Both have great fight scenes.
Both have a historical magic/fantasy setting.
Both stories have tragedy in them, and they are ultimately fun stories that will make you laugh and smile with joy.
In general, both are great shounens, and I guarantee that if you liked one of them, you'll like the other!
For anyone interested in fantasy adventure, Akatsuki no Yona and Nanatsu no Taizai focus on this concept to the very core. Both series' main male protagonist travels with a female companion with a purpose. They become close throughout their journey as they discover wonders about their world. There are distinctive differences between the two series but both rely on purpose, a reason to fight for what they believe in. Clever flashbacks and dialogues are used to inform the readers of the setting, characters, and origins for both series. If you like an adventure of fantasy with rich details, I highly recommend giving both series a try.  read more
Detailing the journey of the main characters, Hunter x Hunter and Nanatsu no Taizai are firm examples of an adventurous series. Both series have supernatural/fantasy concepts along incorporated shounen style battles. The main male protagonists have similar personalities but deeps down cares about the comrades they meet during their journey. Recommended for anyone who is interested in a cleverly written story in a fictional world.
A Stunning tale of a highly motivated band of friends and their wild sometimes dangerous journey's trying to reach a big achievement at the end of the tunnel. Both stories show the struggles trying to reach that goal in the form of very strong enemies that test the hearts and strength of the main characters. Both male leads are extraordinarily heartwarming as they will do anything to protect there friends not to mention how brave, caring, and strong they are making the people around them better.
Taking place in a fantasy world, both series follows an adventurous tone with its main cast of characters. The main male protagonist from both series are selfless, courageous, is always on the lookout for a challenge. During their adventure, they encounter many friends, allies, and enemies. They also develop a deep relationship with the main female protagonist as well. Furthermore, both female protagonist has secrets of their own as we learn more about them throughout the story. Expect high amounts of fantasy and shounen-style battles.
Boy meets girl, they start traveling together, they meet other friends who join their group along the way. Magic, sword fights, hinted romance between said boy and girl. I could go on, but just know if you like Nanatsu no Taizai, you'll enjoy Rave as well.
-Both Meliodas & Uratarou are cursed with immortality
-Both manga have the main character going on adventures with the princess of the country
-Both manga add supernatural twist to their historical setting, Uratarou is set in Japan during the Genpei War while NnT os set in medieval Europe
The main male protagonists of both series are strong and quite intelligent without being OP or oversmart. Both have horrible reputations and their pasts influence the respective plots greatly. Strong bonds between comrades are shown in a quite casual manner and it doesn't become melodramatic or forced. The fights are quite well written and don't have illogical power-ups just so that the good guys can win.
We find a young women on a quest who by chance meets a small boy. As it turns out, they aren't really what they appears to be. And as a result, they both embark together on a similar quest to the original. They confront some enemies along the way.
-Male lead is strong af, female is weak but determined af, male helps female achieve her goal
-Abundance of comedy but has it's dark moments
Red Sprite follow the same beginning role as Nanatsu no Taizai as it has a strong and experienced main character traveling around the world reuniting his friends to stop an opposing evil empire from killing them and all they hold dear. It borrows tropes from Nanatsu no Taizai but still retain the incredibly uniqueness of its own world and extremmly likable characters. If you enjoyed the beginning of Nanatsu no Taizai, you will love Red Sprite. Make sure to spread the word of this manga series please.
While both series follow different premises, Shingeki no Kyojin and Nanatsu no Taizai convey their fantasy elements well with their settings. Both series' main protagonist have motivations and are joined with other characters to fight for a cause. They encounter both allies and enemies along the way. There are certain mysteries revolving around both series' setting and the characters including the MC themselves. SnK composes of more of dark fantasy elements while Nanatsu no Taizai has more battle shounen tropes. Nonetheless , I recommend both series to anyone interested in colorful fantasy saga.
Set in a fantasy world, both Claymore and Nanatsu no Taizai involves a main character who experiences dark events in their lives. But despite this, they possesses incredible powers for combat and survival. Built on mysterious origins, we see how much the past influences their present self. At the same time, both series tells of their journey and relationship developments with others. There is a decent amount of action in both series. However, do note that Claymore indulges readers with more graphic violent while Nanatsu no Taizai depicts more of shounen.
In the current battle manga world where new mangas try to be original (and fail), this two mangas returns to the very core and tradition of classic adventure mangas. Simple but awesome artwork, interesting and cool characters and a brilliant story, the proof that you don't need to be original and revolutionary to make good manga.
Fantasy adventures taking place with a colorful cast of characters. Vampire Juuikai and Nanatsu no Taizai takes events from the past that has profound influences in the present and future. The main male protagonist has unique gifts that are both feared and respected in both series. There is a great deal of story development that connects with various sub-plots and characters. Relationships dynamics also become a focus through character interactions. If you are looking for an epic adventure, then take these two into account.
Despite the different nature of Blood Lad and Nanatsu no Taizai (The Seven Deadly Sins), there is a familiar mood with both series. The main male protagonist in their story both finds a girl that they become attached with. Throughout both series, they have a goal on their mind and seeks to accomplish it through any means. And over the course of both series, there is a growing bond between the main characters as they learn more about each. Both series' main protagonist also has gifted abilities and a reputation that strikes with fear and respect among their communities.
Both Nanatsu no Taizai and Dragon Ball are similar in that they are both fun adventure/battle manga that don't take themselves too seriously but can still pack an emotional punch when it needs too and are mainly about adventure.
The art in Nanatsu no Taizai is also very Toriyama esque.
Despite following different set of principles and premise, both series has a peculiar way of adapting their supernatural/fantasy content. The main male protagonist makes both friends and enemies throughout both series. And through those relationships, we find out a lot about their personality and background. Among other factors, comedy is adapted with good effect when it comes to character interactions. Both series also undertake story plot that involves peculiar themes that exceed beyond human nature.
Both are fantasy manga about incredibly overpowered heroes fighting against overpowered villains. They use special weapons in order fight with their full power. The strongest of the main characters, Meliodas in Nanatsu no Taizai and Torama in Stealth Symphony, is usually calm and tends to not get emotional about things very often.