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.
These two titles have the following things in common: an organisation that fights with evil youkai; some of the characters have both human and youkai blood; the use of unique techniques and abilities in combat; and a male protagonist who slowly accepts his destined profession.
Both protagonists are supposed to be the next successor of their strangle families. They'd rather not be and spend a lot of time arguing with their crazy grandfathers because of it. However in Kekkaishi, the family is dedicated to protecting their land from monsters and demons while in Nurarihyon no Mago the family is a group monsters and demons.
Both series are about an average, unassuming guy who gets sucked up into a world of classical Japanese spirits living in the world without humans knowing, and ends up becoming a powerful force and influencing the struggle between spirit and human.
Known for their supernatural content and demons, both Nura and Sengoku Youko crafts a fantasy story with its colorful cast of characters. In both series, the main male protagonist battles against powerful adversaries using their abilities alongside others. But throughout the course of their story, they also face interpersonal problems and events from the past that has profound influence of the present. Both series follows their story also by building character relationships and development.
Both manga tell a story of youkai and humans trying to coexist peacefully but sometimes coming in contact which leads to conflicts. Both main characters turn from human to a very strong youkai form whenever they go into battle. The two manga share the action, demons, horror, shounen, and supernatural genre components.
Both series share a similar appeal in that their stories follow descendants of youkai. As such we are introduced to the world of the supernatural. They are also action-oriented series that are geared for the shounen demographic.
Nuramago and Ao no Exorcist both feature demons that try hard to be the good guys. Also, both main characters are offspring of some evil leader (Rin in Ao no Exorcist is the son of satan, Rikuo in Nuramago is the grandson of the Supreme Commander of youkai).
Both are shonen battle mangas.
Encounter youkai from both the demons perspective to humans. Ushio to Tora and Nurarihyon no Mago are both tales of the supernatural.
In both manga, you'll see familiar faces from Japan's many folklore's of youkai. If you like one, you'll definitely like the other.
Blending the line of supernatural battles and mystical fiction, both series adapts a story with a lot of mysteries and development. The main male character has powers that allows him to see what normal humans cannot. In addition, they have friends and allies that battles against the various evil forces seen in both series. There is also a great amount of characterization especially with characters' pasts that are explored. The major antagonists of both series also has origins that are traced from the past to the present storyline. Recommended for anyone interested in a supernatural shounen.
The main premise of both of these titles revolve around organisations with the aim of removing evil spirits/demons. Fights in both titles not only feature the use of unique skills and abilities, but also generally involve a team of characters.
They both deal with spirituality, though Nurarihyon no Mago is more demon-oriented whereas Ga-rei is ghost-oriented. Ga-rei reminds me of demons, especially the ghost Yomi. There are shikigami users too in both series.
The both characters ( Rikuo and Natsume ) trying to not stand out among people. And also the both mangas are about Youkai. Maybe is more action in Nurarihyon than in Natsume, but there are 'calm' story too.
Looking for a supernatural show with shounen themes? Kyoukai no Rinne and Nurarihyon no Mago revolves around a male protagonist who has supernatural abilities. Their family origins and powers leads them to conflicting events in both series that defies the law of nature. There is a good deal of story building and characterization in both series. While Kyoukai no Rinne has more comedy, Nuraihyon no Mago takes a serious tone especially later on when darker themes are involved. Recommended for fans of supernatural shounen.
Both have a group of humans researching and trying to solve supernatural cases. In Ghost Hunt the group is composed of professionals though while in Nurarihyon no Mago they are merely a bunch of middle school students with only 2 capable people.
Both of these manga have youkai.It has some of the some youkai, though Nuraihyon no mago has much more. Kamisama Hajimemashita focuses more on romance with a hint of action,whereas Nurarihyon no Mago is the opposite. If you like supernatural I recommend either of these.
Both of them focus on yokai as their lead characters.
The art style in both of these mangaseries are really good especially the battle scenes.
If you like the later arcs of beelzebub you wil like this to.
Demons exist in these manga universes, where the heroes of the stories are actually both human and demon. They go on adventures, for different purposes, with their variety of companions. Nurarihyon no Mago focuses on a young boy as he struggles to keep up with his family heritage as a possible successor for the supreme commander of youkai. Also, Nurarihyon no Mago is mainly set in modern Japan, altering between this modern setting and the spiritual youkai universe.
Both series deal with the interaction between the supernatural/youkai and humans in a contemporary setting. Aratama gives a very socially structured depiction of humans vs. youkai and treats youkai as inherently evil whereas NuraMago treats youkai as equally morally diverse as humans; as a result, they give different but comparable views on a world in which humans and the supernatural interact.
The heroes of these series have the highest rank under their fellow demons. They can be cruel and unforgiving, but take good care for their own followers. Both series have an interesting supporting cast and deal with many mythological beiings. Nurarihyon no Mago focuses on Japanese folklore and has a school setting, whereas Princess Resurrection takes creatures from varying sources. Both are pretty accurate on how demons are presented.
At the first sight, both series have very little in common. But if you have read one of them and got into it, you'll get a feeling of many similarities while reading the other one. In both of them there are strange creatures and supernatural phenomena. The main protagonist is a character bound to two different worlds and as the story develops, they encounter more and more serious opponents and they try as hell to get stronger in order to protect what's important to them. Plus, both series employ some traditional Japanese beliefs.