Ever imagined having powers that would make you stronger than every other human on earth? You probably have. Both of these manga revolve around this plot, the powers themselves are very exciting and will amaze you. Both manga also contain a subtle love side story... If you like these kind of stories and you want to find our more I advise you to read both of these manga. If you liked one of them you are likely to enjoy the other one as well.
Would you clear our world of all the evil in it? From a moral point of view you probably would. But if you had the power to really do it, would you really have the determination to do it? Both of these stories center around characters who have dedicated their lives to doing this. If you like this idea, then these manga are just perfect for you!
Since it's written and drew by the same author, it is obvious that both has the same art style, similar plot, and the same characters style, which is a big reason this recommendation is made.
The arts are amazing and highly detailed in both. If you like the drawing of one, you will like the arts of the other easily.
They both feature an high organization that the main character desires to dismantle because of some disagreement in the vision of life or something. It features a similar plot then.
Similar characters, different lifestyle. Nothing more to add.
In summary, if you liked one, you might like the others, althought the different lifestyle(one is more urban while the other feature samurais...) might bothers you. Still worth a try. read more
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!
Black Cat and Code:Breaker has a colorful cast of characters with their own specialties. The main male protagonist is a young man with a level headed personality but also has their dark past. Both series identifies their role in the beginning as a mysterious individual but we learn more about them as the story progresses. There is themes of revenge present in both series that serves as an important motivation for some of the main characters. There is also considerable amount of relationship dynamics that establishes certain friendships, romances, and hate rivalries in both series.
Beelzebub and Code:breaker are similar in the fact that they both have OP protagonists and most prominently, demons. They both have characters that use the power of Satan, Lucifer, Beelzebub, Mammon etc. They are both action shounen with lots of comedy.
They both have a protagonist with awesome skills, terrible pasts, and ....interesting personalities.
The protagonists work for the government to eliminate/execute 'evildoers'.
The art is very pretty to look at and the plots are extremely interesting.
I'd like to tell you more, but that would ruin the mangas ^w^;
Both have the main girl able to stop the powers of the main guy who controls fire. Both are a little dark though code breaker is darker. Both main girls live with some people that aren't their real parents, and the main girl has two guys beside her(one with blonde hair, one with black). Both main guys appear to be evil in the beginning.
It's not only they have "Code" in the name,the plot in both have many similarities.They both have a organisation of people with special powers,a mysterious villain,a girl that sometimes bothers the main characters.
When I started reading Out Code I soon remenbered Code:Breaker.
The two series are about a group that have special powers,and take on villains like the mobsters and that thing.A group that also have mission,in GB is to take back objects and in CB is to fight off the criminals.
Also Akimine Kamijyo and Yuya Aoki are friends in real life,there was a one-shot whem the Samurai Deeper Kyo and GB crew thry to retrive Plue from Rave Master to Mr.Mashima(Hiro Mashima),just a example of their friendship.
This is a very promising manga - I read the first 30 chapters and I totally loved it, but I took a break because I wanted it to publish more chapters before I start reading it from the beginning again. This manga is also a MUST -it is really really good.
Code Breaker is more like the Darker than Black anime than manga.
Both series has to do with a mysterious secret organization,and supernatural powers people.
Like Oogami in code breaker, the main character in darker than black is a mysterious assassin/agent code name Hei, who works for a secret organization. Hei is cold heart-ed and very dark but pulls off a fake smile when around others (like when Oogami is at school with his classmates.). He also have supernatural powers but also have a price to pay while after using them. Hei and Oogami both look alike and close in personality,wear close to the same outfits as each other, and they both have a similar goal in life, to find a certain someone. read more
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