both of the main characters start out very similar both very weak willed, give up easily and bullied by their peers.In Boku no Hero Academia the main protagonist is smart however alienated by his classmates for being the only one not having superpowers.While in Katekyo Hitman Reborn the main protagonist is bullied simply because he is bad at everything, from sports,to school and social life.As the plot deepens however they grow stronger as an individual.
Taking on a variety of shouen style themes, both series revolves around a young boy with a strong will to make a difference. The main character from both series are often targets for bullying but as their story progresses, they gain power and ability to stand up against others.
Both series follow a set of arcs that crafts storyline based on events of the present with a variety of characters. Throughout these storylines, the main character meets both new rivals and foes.
A wimpy and powerless main character gains powers from a teacher-figure character and slowly learns to control them. He makes friends, is awkward around the girl he likes, has people who stand in his way, etc. Both are action/comedies, though KHR starts off much more comedically and more like a slice of life manga at first.
The main characters for MHA and KHR are very similar, they are both very wimpy at the start but develop and become a lot more brave.
They both have a teacher figure (Reborn-Reborn and Academia-All Might) that grant the main character a power.
Both of these Weekly Jump titles revolve around male protagonists who are the successors of highly decorated organisations (the Nura clan in Nurarihyon no Mago and the Vongola family in Reborn!). The narrative of both titles generally feature the male protagonist developing alliances with other characters, as well as fighting those that get in their way.
If you like Hitman Reborn i'm 100% certain you like Nurarihyon no Mago too.These 2 manga are very similar except in stead of a human mafia in Nurarihyon no Mago its a demon mafia and just like reborn the successor doesn't want to be the next head of the family (enough said)
1. They refuse to take the role of the successor.
2. Both main characters wish to help and only do good.
3. The main character has two love interests.
4. A mischievous and somewhat merciless teachers. Aka, Reborn and the Grandfather.
5. Both main characters have a hidden strength inside. Like when Rikou turns into a powerful yokai as Tsuna becomes in his Hyper Will mode!
6. Lots of action.
7. Some of the characters roles and the supporting ones are quite similar in situations, actions and personalities.
As a shounen series, both Nura and Reborn convey its many style and themes. The main male protagonist lives a double-life and possesses special abilities. They also belong to a group of characters with their own unique supernatural powers. Structured in the form of story arcs, both series focuses on many expanding features revolving around its cast of characters. The main male character also has a similar personality for both series. When it comes to responsibility, they set by example.
Both series feature young, bumbling protagonists with hidden versions of themselves that are more powerful and mature. These boys grow with the help of "families" (presented as institutions of power in both series)—the mafia in KHR, yokai clans in NnM.
the main characters start out very similar both very weak willed and give up easy, the story's although very different bring about change to them and along with the help of some brilliant supporting characters they find out they are far stronger then they first thought.
The main character are very similar scared and very protective the do anything to protect the ones they love.
The build up and changes and problems faced in story allow the character to develop and in that sense this story is very similar.
Both series have a hapless loser protagonist who becomes part of a group initially against his will and in doing so forms bonds and grows as a person. Together they face increasingly formidable opponents as the series increases in seriousness and intensity, with themes of teamwork, friendship, and hard work become becoming major elements. Although the overall subjects of the series are different, the structure, character types, and themes are remarkably similar.
It's really difficult not to make parallels between Eyeshield 21 and Katekyo Hitman Reborn. For me, at least. The protagonists are quite similar: Dame Tsuna who doesn't display tremendous skill for anything, but has a big heart and Sena, and often bullied high school student also with a big heart. Both manga deal with the growth and maturation of the main character whilst making great friends on the way. Tsuna and Sena also look quite similar. Though the universes both deal with are vastly different and some themes vary, there's a very similar large underlying. Both series are fun to read and have memorable characters.
Both are written by the same author and follow a middle school boy who has always been made fun of for different reasons (in KHR, Tsuna always messes everything up and in elDLIVE, Chuuta talks to a voice in his head that only he can hear). They soon discover there is much more to them than meets the eye when a small "creature" appears and introduces them to a completely different world (Vongola in KHR; Space Police in elDLIVE). The boy is reluctant to get involved but eventually realizes he doesn't have much of a choice. The art styles, feelings (aside from elDLIVE starting off a slightly less comedically [at least looking at the first chapter]), and characters are all very similar.
The few differences so far are the very different settings (though both have sci-fi aspects), and the main female love interest in elDLIVE also appears to hate the protagonist while in KHR she is very friendly. read more
- By the same author, Amano Akira.
- The art is similar.
- Both manga are shonen.
- Both main characters are called "weird" and aren't very good at dealing with people.
- Both main characters are forced in a situation they don't want, being a Mafia Boss in Reborn! and being a Space Police Officer in ēlDLIVE.
- Both main characters have someone or something that makes them pass through strange situations.
- Unique characters.
- Both are funny.
*One big difference is probably that ēlDLIVE is full colored whilst Reborn! is a regular black and white manga.
*Reborn is focussed on superpowers while ēlDLIVE is more Sci-Fi
Protagonist are a baby and a student, and the baby has the ability to give supernatural powers to the protagonist. Both involve fights between confronted factions between heirs, the heirs of a mafia gang in Reborn and the heirs of Satan in Beelzebub. Both use the shounen technique of "the enemies of today are the allies of tomorrow".
Although the theme of Reborn! and One Piece are entirely different, the values they represent are quite similar. For instance, you have the whole concept of "family" in Reborn! which complimenets One Piece's notion of a "nakama". Another similarity is that you have various organisations - different mafia groups in Reborn! as oppose to different pirate groups in One Piece. In addition, each character, in both mangas, tends to have a specific way of fighting. Thus, highlighting another similarity found between Reborn! and One Piece.
The main focus of both series is 'friendship' and the main character's of each manga will do anything possible to rescue there crew/family respectively. Both are also filled with little gags in between the action.
Both series involve the bonds of friendship, with One Piece involving the close relationships between the Strawhat crew while Katekyo Hitman Reborn! involving the close relationships between the Vongola 10. Within those both groups, the protagonists' friends are extremely loyal to their leaders.
Both main characters (Luffy and Tsuna) are extremely similar as they have the ambition to protect their friends.
Both have a vast amount of characters that have interesting and unique backgrounds.
Both series have a large amount of action and use of supernatural powers.
These two manga have very similar feeling story arcs at least in pattern, though one is about the mafia and the other is about shinigami they both have the same battle manga mantra of "must get stronger" etc.
Both mangas are centered in Italian mafia, with the characters fighting with supernatural abilities (which are a bit different in both mangas). Also the fact the both main characters are related somehow with being the new boss of their groups, though in KHR he doesn't want to be the boss while in JJBA he wants to.
-In The Breaker it's clans but in Hitman Reborn! it's a mafia family.
-Main characters have to train their powers
-Main Characters are dragged into a world unknown to others. (Mafia and Murim)
-Both have an excellent teacher
-Both characters are wimpy at first, but grow to be more mature.
both shows have
a week protogonist that becomes a badass late in series
both protogonist have an overpowered teacher with a hidden past
both protogonist are dragged into a world unknown to them( mafia in hitman reborn and mirium in the breaker
both protogonist are school students
both have clans/mafia family
both protogonist have a strong bond with their teacher
both are a must read
its similar in the way that is about a boy(good for nothing coward boy) and has no friends and gets pick on a lot in school then he gets a master(s)(tutor) and by training that boy starts the road to become the greatest strongest (fighter)mafia boss in the world and gets to meet friends along the way and this friends being strong fight by his side
Both of these manga should be more popular than they are. Both of these have very similar themes, and quite frankly if you're a fan of one piece or naruto I think both of these would be good to read as well. However I am recommending katekyo Hitman Reborn if you like History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi because they are so similar to eachother.
Both have a really weak main character that is super whimpy in more than one way at the beginning. Both main characters have no friends but earn them as the story progresses. Both main characters get stronger for the sake of protecting the ones they care about. Both manga are filled with comedy (Kenichi is far more ecchi though) and both have some pretty amazing artwork as they go.
Reborn is a little more magical as far as how they fight, whereas Kenichi is about martial arts and ki. Both simply have a similar feel and very similar themes. Kenichi is still ongoing but Reborn has finished. Both are very long, and both are excellent.  read more
The two mangas are based around two cowards who are forced to become stronger to become the boss or master of a supernatural group. The only differences is that Hyde and Closer focuses on magic while Reborn! focuses on the mafia.
Known for their gimmicks as well as their colorful cast of characters, Baccano and Reborn! are two series that I'd recommend for anyone who are interested in something fun. Both series connects their characters in many stories with a variety of themes. The main characters also have unnatural talents that has superhuman traits. Both series also involves the mafia/gang conflicts that becomes more and more complex as their story progresses.
Both stories center around the theme of regret. In both of these stories the characters are able to come back to life if they still have regrets. But they are also different in a way. Loop is a very dark story while Reborn is much lighter and has a lot of humour in it. You should try them both out!
Bungou Stray Dogs is much more darker than Reborn but also has the mafia involved. Basically because the mafia is somewhat an antagonist in the series of Bungou. It also gave the similar feeling when you read it.
Now for Reborn, it revolves around the mafia and how the protagonist Tsuna's daily life while becoming a mafia boss. Just like Bungou, it also has some supernatural elements mixed in it but has more comedic scenes than Bungou.
I suggest you should read any of these series because it is great to read.
Mafiosi originally from Italy
New young boss (Tsuna is weak though, in the beginning)
Guardians to rpotect the boss
meeting the guardians one by one and convincing them that the protagonist is the correct boss to follow
The "Mafia Family" and the families showed in Pandora Hearts are quite similar. And the same we can say about the main characters; they don't really want to be as important as they trully are. They don't want violence or being involucrated always in fightings.
If you enjoyed KHR's dying will concept then Futagami Double is worth a read as it shares a similar type of powering up. The protagonist in FD is a meek schoolboy who transforms into a stronger state to fulfil a will of theirs, very much like Tsuna.
I feel the main characters Tsuna and Touma are similar. Both are drawn into a world thy didn't know existed or particularly want to be a part of (the mafia in Tsuna's case, and the conflict of magic and science in Touma's case).
I also think that Touma and Tsuna have slightly similar reactions to some things. They're both also terrible at school work...
Black Cat and Katekyo Hitman Reborn have the same feel when it comes to the shounen fights. Plus, their humor is the same too! While the beginning of Reborn has a different buildup (In Black Cat, the action starts right away), when the action in Reborn begins, it is just as good.
Anyone who likes Black Cat will like Reborn, and vice versa~
Incredibly similar start surprisingly enough. An unlikely hitman extremely similar shows up in both cases, in katekyo its a baby, in kill ani its a little girl. Exactly the same style of comedy as far as the starting chapters go.
Both are about "good" mafia's.
Both are about a protagonist not willing to join the group, but does so anyway.
Both protagonist's care greatly for their friends.
The only difference would be that the mafia in Katekyo Hitman Reborn is HUGE but in Sun Ken Rock, they recruit more members.
Sun ken Rock is more graphic than Katekyo Hitman Reborn.
The main characters are very similar. They both are shy around females, but when forced to they protects the ones they care about. Both manga also are school comedies, however To-LOVE-Ru is more ecchi and Reborn has more fighting in it.
As a man, we all want to be able to protect the ones we love and be known as a "hero". In KHR, No-Good Tsuna is forced to become stronger and protect himself and his loved ones from the dangers of the mafia world. While Wire-Frame Kurogane of Kurogane struggles to become a "hero" through high school kendo. Both series also feature a mentor type character guiding the protagonists with coaching and tough love.
Hibari and Rei are pretty similar
They're both loners (with the same attitude-ish) and unbelievably strong, as well as animals liking them. They even look similar.
For Rei fans: Here's your chance to see someone like Rei being just a BAMF, as well as 2 clones of said person. *coughcoughFonandAlaudecoughcough*
For Hibari fans: Deeper character and seeing a lookalike being beatup, and then coming back full force with badass. (Also a bit of romance and him being put in awkward situations)
And yes for Mukuro or Heike fans, there is a perverted pineapple/senpai.
For Code:Breaker fans, don't be discouraged by the gag manga in the front, after maybe 70 chapters or less (persevere my friends!) it gets to be an action manga with a whole bunch of plot and drama stuffers. (The art also improves drastically)
For Katekyo Hitman Reborn fans: Just... epicness. Read through the first chapter and try to tell me it isn't awesome.
The art of each reminds me of each other occasionally, (mostly Lancia-Kouji) and both are hilarious at parts.
These are both underappreciated manga, but trust me, I think they're both at least 100000000000000% better than the popular mainstreams (AKA Naruto/Bleach/One Piece)
Also these are both great mangas to fangirl over (the characters are all extremely...nice..looking)
And for those that are weirded out by Shibuya/Reborn, don't worry they get extremely cool looking later (lol)
*Edit* Also Rei & almost all characters in KHR use flames to fight. (7 flame types too, how coincidental is that?) read more
Both series have main characters who accumulate friends and allies on the basis of their unique categorization (shamans in Shaman King, mafia members in Reborn!). They also have, after a certain point, battle after battle and the accompanying need to improve their abilities to accomodate their opponents' abilities. Reborn! doesn't have Shaman King's tournament structure, but the successive showdowns and increasing danger of their enemies mimics it anyway.
Both of the main characters are the successors of organizations (in khr is the vongola family from the mafia and in en passant is the criminal organization verde) they didn't want to enter and they must fight with a candidate for the succession.