Both are about a boy that gets bullied and tries to overcome bullies by studying martial arts. Both of them are trained in several martial arts. They both have spirit, and don't give up easily. The Breaker is seinen, HSDK is shounen.
Martial arts plays a pivotal role in both The Breaker and Shijou Saikyou no Deshi Kenichi. The main male protagonist starts off as a rookie with little experience but starts to develop his own skills. Throughout their journey, they face off against powerful adversaries and discover their potentials. He also receives guidance from unlikely allies and form meaningful bonds with them. Recommended for anyone looking for an action packed series with a combination of comedy and drama.
There are a lot of fighting done around the neighborhood of the school. You can get the sense of fighting spirit and the epic feeling known as never-give-up in Beelzebub and Holyland.
Beelzebub is more comedic in that being a shounen, you never forget the aura of invincibility on MC's head. Holyland is more tragic, in the sense that MC is not invincible and often lose to people with superior skills.
Both started as weak, but shit, this ain't no ordinary Shounen MC that needs to go through a lot just to get strong. This people started as a beast, inside that beast lies another monster, BOOM. P.S you'll only be seeing enemies getting trashed.
More in-line with plagiarism than a show of respect, the beginnings of The Breaker cannot but help one think of GTO/Onizuka. A new badarse teacher starts teaching at a school, bumps into a bullied kid, has to save him from jumping off the school roof and - of course - tries to get it on with a hot female teacher. If not for the art being so fantastic and GTO being equally fantastic, I'm sure this issue would be touched upon more than it has been.
Awhile after its GTO-theft introduction period, it does go off in its own martial arts / The Karate Kid direction. However, it completely goes to shit once the martial arts elite nonsense takes over completely, late on; becoming a subpar shounen fighting manga with A++++ art. read more
In both series, an unpredictable teacher is assigned to a group of troublesome students. Both teachers are quite unusual, and both seem to stumble into fights in order to protect their students. Not to mention that both of them have a sort of favorite student which happens to be bullied in one way or another.
If you Like one then you will like the other, I promise you that.
both martil arts, action, school life Manhwas, both protagonists want to get stronger, both have to beg masters to teach them, both get unreal powers. i could keep on going for a while.
while they both have simlar settings the story are very different mainly because of the protagonists, one is a strength baka introduced into a world of genius and superhumans. while the other is weaking being pushed into a corner and make to get stronger to protect. the breaker is darker and in more real that veritas.
trust me, to love one is to love the other read more
These manga are extremely similar in setting: they show us the world of fictional martial arts, which exist secretly inside the usual present time world. Martial arts in both manga are based on the usage of Ki energy. Another close similarity is that both mangas start with protagonist meeting incredibly strong martial art master and becoming his disciple.
It's similar to The Breaker in the fact you have a weak protagonist who through hard work works his way up the ranks. A martial arts battle manwha with a fantasy/sci-fi twist is an excellent read. Plus the main character isn't a whiny little punk.
A series about fighting and martial arts. The Breaker and Girls of the Wild's explore the development of a main male character as he realizes his life changes forever after one faithful day. And in his new lifestyle, the main main male character must learn skills in order to defend himself. There are many characters in both series with techniques and serves as challenges for the MC. Throughout their perspective stories, romance also becomes a sub-plot as the MC impresses certain female characters. I recommend both series for anyone interested in a medium involving high paced action and a story of integrity.
Main potagonist looks very similar, after some time main potagonist becomes rally strong, after few fights girls start to look at them seriuosly, the breaker is more into the fights and martial art while girl's wild focuses on romance and fights equally
Very similar feel in both these manwha. A weak male protagonist being bullied to the extent of not wanting to live anymore and being pushed into a corner. Realizing that running away from their problems won't solve anything, they start training in martial arts to be able to stand firm and protect the ones they love. The Breaker is not a harem, however, in its sequel, The Breaker: New Waves, it develops into something like a harem. Both series have a light romantic tone and well drawn fight scenes with well designed characters.
The Breaker and Hajime no Ippo takes a main character who essentially starts out as an Average Joe but presents them with opportunities to challenge themselves. Chronicling their journey, we get a guy who defies odds and makes a name in their world. Throughout both series, they face off against powerful adversaries that truly tests the limits of their abilities. At the same time, they form relationships with others with a variety of feelings ranging from rivalries, antagonistic, brotherly, and even romantic. Both series can be described as an action packed tale to tell.
-Both main characters get bullied a lot
-Both main characters meet someone strong ( Ippo - Takamura , Shioon - Han)
-Both main characters ask these strong guys to train them to become strong enough to fight back
In both series, the main protagonist possesses unique gift and potentials to do great things. The relationship they develop with other characters also has profound influence in the story. Both series are known for their action and violence. Their presence also attracts powerful rivals as they discover their true potentials. The Breaker also has some subtle romance while Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu focuses more on complex relationships.
Although following different premises, both series involves gangs and yakuza. There is a noticeable amount of violent present in both series' storyline to illustrate the brutality of characters' behaviors. The MC gets themselves involved in an event that changes their lives forever. Throughout the course of both series, they also develop relationships with other characters but also faces powerful adversaries. Danger awaits in the lives as they get involved with dangerous conflict. Recommended for a mature audience interested in action/seinen.
The theme of fighting, action, and drama are all present in both of these manga series. In fact, fighting becomes a main component as the main male protagonist masters and perfects his skills of being an martial arts specialist.
Both series takes place at similar settings. As the series progresses, the main protagonist encounters individuals who rivals his own skills. He also has a female friend who has a curious interest in him in both series.
Violence and rivalries are often developed in both series as the characters strives to become the best.
If you seek action, then both The Breaker and Beelzebub should definitely be considered for their similarities in fighting around the school neighborhood.
The main characters from both series have a hotblooded attitude and often tries to resolve problems with violence. However, they are also caring about their family and friends. Throughout both series, they make new friends but also powerful foes that tests their abilities.
There is decent amount of drama and comedy. The Breaker has a more serious tone and more violence along with romance while Beelzebub maintains mostly a lighthearted tone. However, both series has a sense of fighting spirit involving its story. read more
Both has another world besides the normal, where all the martial artist of the "Murim" resides and battle each other. The protagonist was someone outside of this world until he met one of the strongest in the murim world, However the protagonist was nothing more but weaklings that is until the gained/discovered power.
These both are alike but ping is short compared to the breaker.
Both of these manga involved the main protagonist who were once normal people without any super-natural power.
That however changed and now they're introduce to a brand new environment and must adapt quickly. Both had some sort of guidance to help them into the world and to teach them how to fight in this new world which are divided by 2 beings.
In the breaker the 2 different beings do not collide because 1 side stops themselves from doing so, however in tokyo ghoul they're fighting eachother at the sametime fighting their own kind.
Both protagonist were weak at first, however as the story progress they power-up and when angered a burst of strength will ignite to defeat the opponent.
Tokyo ghoul howerver is darker than the breaker as well shows much more gore.
If you enjoy one, you'll likely to enjoy the other.
- Protagonists start out in very similar situations
- Both revolve around secret societies that the general public knows little about
- Awesome action scenes
- Emotionally charged without taking away from Plot or Mood
( Meaning characters are relatable / Complex )
- Dark In terms of mood
They are similar in the sense that there are pros, but they are training someone to become even better - and they both look really cool because they have to put in a lot of effort to improve. It's about having a good fighting spirit and not being cold blooded. The senseis in both are untouchable (almost). In The Breaker the main kid is brought in to karate from scratch.. worthless..weak pathetic..scratch. He grows a backbone and becomes admirable. In Karate..blah blah..the main kid is already a gymnast so he's got the phyique and a lot of technique that he builds off - he's not a fighter in the beginning.. but he's not that weak either. The breaker takes you into a world of underground fighting factions in a more adult world, while the karate one is a school related one that deals with other clubs. read more
The Breaker and Karate Shoukoushi Kohinata Minoru shares a variety of action gimmicks. From the start, we have a main male protagonist who is just an average boy until he becomes involved with an individual with unnatural gifts. It's from there that the main protagonist challenges themselves to their limits as they face off against powerful adversaries. Both series has great action and drama along with realism when it comes to relationships. There is also some bits of romance sub-plot as all part of a larger story crafted by their themes.
Both main characters want to get stronger to protect the weak. Both also learn and practice martial arts that are fast, strong, and mysterious. While the fights in both are violent due to the unrealistic power of their martial arts they practice, everything else in both series is grounded in reality. The setting of both are around high school and the dirty seedy side of the criminal underground.
Tiji-kun!? can be described as a shorter, slightly less intense version of The Breaker. Similar character traits and development as well as similar plot devises. Both are full of martial arts yumminess, dark undertones, and a mysterious mentor.
These are both tales of weak buys who are introduced to a whole new world to them and are harried by tough enemies the whole way through and they adapt to protect the ones they love and become ultimate bad asses
The Breaker is more focused on the fighting, getting stronger, and secret society. While Rosario Vampire is more focused on the relationship between the main characters and trying to unify human and monster society.
Both main characters are altruistic heroes who care about the safety of others before themselves and will put their life on the line to protect the ones they love. They also share the fact that they are willing to befriend their enemies. Both have people who tried to hurt or kill them eventually ending up on their side due to the virtue of the main character's goodness and ideals. read more
Both have main characters that are very over-powered, both are Korean and have similar art. The whole time I was reading The Breaker, I felt reminded of Noblesse. Although, The Breaker is more realistic and the plot-lines are worlds apart.
Despite taking place in different settings, The Breaker and Gamaran shares a variety of similarities. Both series' main male protagonist strives to earn other people's respect as well as making a name of themselves in their world. As thus, both series adapts martial arts in its purest form. In fact, both series creatively present action through brutal means. Both series also focuses on characterization to flesh out the the most noticeable skilled fighters. The main protagonist faces these fighters to prove his worth.
Despite following different premises, there's an instinctive similarity between these two series. The main male protagonist gets himself into a complex situation that tests his skills to the limit. And as such, both series focuses on their development in a story of testing his wit. There is a romance sub-plot in both series although Rebirth Knight portrays it in a more casual manner. Both series also has a lot of action supplemented by its colorful cast of characters.
-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.
Plot-wise these two don't seem similar at all, Guardian Dog is Sci-fi while as The Breaker is about gangs and martial arts. Despite the genre differences, the vibe and overall feeling of the series is quite the same. Both are great reads with lots of action, great characters and an intriguing plot.
Over Drive and The Breaker have similar types of main characters. Within each series, we're introduced to two weak, abused, manly-heart individuals that struggle out of their lowly positions with determination and effort, eventually making big names of themselves.
Over Drive is extremely unique in its emphasis on professional biking. There is a clear sports-focus for sports fan while it also shows off hints of romance and comedy. The Breaker is based on martial arts, but it is more so supernatural/action oriented than an indepth sports commentary.
the main characters are similar. the protagonist has a female friend whom he wants to protect, therefore he tried to get stronger. The character of Yun Seong Kim ends up developing a perspective of the world and the people who govern it similar to Woo Han Chun. both have really strong character development.
The teacher in both the mangas, Joukyuu and Gumoonryong, are very similar. Both are martial arts prodigies and both take a student/students even though initially they are not willing to do it. Both of them have a badboy/playboy character. Though Aiki is considerably lighter and has a lot more ecchi than Breaker.
Replace Korea with japan, and male martial-arts genius turned teacher, to female Yakuza-princess turned teacher and you'll have an idea why these too stories are similar. Gokusen is much more light hearted and funny slice-of-life-ish, while The Breaker gets rather epic and dark near the end, but both have that great badass-teacher dynamic.
Made by the same artist (PARK Jin-Hwan). They have the same kind of main character. Although one is sci-fi and the other abuot marital-arts they feel very similar. So, if you liked one give the other one a try.
While Ruler of the Land is set in the past while The Breaker is set up in Modern society, both share a couple similarities. Both main characters start off knowing almost no Martial Arts however improve at a very rapid pace although the reason why is for different reasons (both why they improve so fast and why they started from knowing none). Also both involve the "Murim" or martial arts world, and therefore deal with strifes between different Martial Arts Clans. It should be noted however that while both are usually pretty serious during fights, Ruler of the Land has many more comedic moments due to the fact that the main protagonists are nothing alike. read more
Although The Breaker is more focused on martial arts, both manga have extremely well-done art and have a plot centered on the protagonists challenging powerful organizations in power. They are very different overall, but have a similar tone and outlook on their subject matter.