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.
Both mangas have parallel stories of talentless, downtrodden boy who work hard to gain gain strength and improve themselves. in kenichi the main character develops his martial arts skills in a dojo through sheer hard work and will just like ippo who trains in a boxing gym and improves through determination rather than talent. both are superb mangas a lover of one will surely enjoy the other.
They're both about a boring looking guy, getting strong and being inlove with a girl he doesn't confess to for along time.
Action wise, they're pretty awesome and goes into pretty good detail. Also ridiculously funny.
Fight is a familiar word in both series' vocabulary. If you're looking for a series about the journey of a character who gets involved with fighting/martial arts, then these two shows might be worth watching. Both series involves a main character who originally started as a weak underdog but is able to earn the respect of others through their hard work and determination. Both series also deals with various conflicts ranging from powerful adversaries to internal personal struggles.
The story's about weak high school boy who gets picked on by other people. Kenichi is a loner who joins the karate club, but little does he know about how his life is going to change. It's funny and intense.
Despite having different aesthetics and settings, both explore the basic foundations of a variety of martial arts. <br></br>Do note however that Kenichi is set in present time and the martial arts explored is exaggerated and mostly hand-to-hand combat. Gamaran, on the other hand, is set in a historical era and mainly revolves around sword-fighting.
Action is incorporated as a main part for both series. And while their settings are different, they stick to the prominent theme of growth. That growth involves the main male protagonist as they undergo heavy changes. Both series are also well known for their more complex stories that connects various characters. Do take note that both series contains violence despite being portrayed slightly different.
both for martial arts lover. they are exactly the same except stated otherwise:
list of otherwises (I just created a word, I'm so shakespear)
Kenichi is ecchi, Gamaran is not
Kenichi is modern, Gamaran is ancient
Kenichi is comedic, Gamaran is more serious
Gamaran has more violence, Kenichi has less
1.Incredible stamina. Both protagonist males are almost unnbeatable
2.Martial arts learning speed.
1.Romance. Shijou Saikyou no Deshi Kenichi is male inlove with female. The Breaker: New Waves females fall inlove with male.
You should first start with the prequel, otherwise u wont understand majority of the things.
both are similar excluding comedy from New Waves, protagonists in both series find themselves being trained by World's best teachers.
Two very similar mangas, whom both share lots of elements; martial arts, ecchi, love,comedy, drama, masters, and a love interest for our hero who can beat him five kinds of silly.
To sum it up; Change 123 is the more mature, adult version of Kenichi and by far superior.
Both are based around two things: martial arts and fanservice. Kenichi has a heavy focus on realistic martial arts; Change 123 on realism in general. If you "don't dislike" fanserive but thought Kenichi's was too forced, Change is much better in that regard. If you liked the fighting in Change but just want more, with more tension and impact, then Kenichi won't steer you wrong.
Both are funny action/martial arts mangas with great artwork and entertaining storylines. Both female Leads : Mui( HSD Kenichi) and Motoko (Change 123) are cute and kick much ass. Read them both and you can see the similiarities.
Kenichi and Medaka Box shares a common trend of fighting. There exists at school a group of characters who can perform superhuman feats. Among those, the main male protagonist gets involved with various conflicts. Similarly, the main female protagonist from both series serves as a foil to the common 'damsel in distress'. There are many action scenarios packed into both series that becomes more complex as their stories unfold as well. Recommended for fans of shounen battles.
While they have different premises, both series involves action/martial arts as a main concept. The MC from both series gets involved with characters of various backgrounds but possesses extraordinary abilities. Throughout both series, they strive to protect people they care about and discover their potentials. Recommended for fans of action and light comedy.
The main protagonist starts out weak taught martial arts by some of the best martial artist in their own fields. The hero dramatically grows stronger. Both are action-packed!
Girls of the Wild's is a manhwa.
Both stories are about a young man who gets tired of being bullied and picks up martial arts to be able to defend himself. He finds a new place for himself in the world of martial arts, makes new friends, new enemies and becomes increasingly stronger as the story progresses.
Action oriented series. Karate Shoukoushi Kohinata Minoru and Shijou Saikyou no Deshi Kenichi associates with martial arts and karate involving a main male protagonist. He discover his potential and improves himself throughout both series. Similarly enough, they also have influence with other characters and rivals. There is drama, comedy, and small hints of romance present throughout both series although the majority is focused on skill development. Both series also follows up with storylines that sticks to the core of its premise.
Martial arts of various styles, insanely skilled masters, comedy and ecchi. If you ever wanted to read HSDK without Kenichi; replaced by egomanical, perverted bastard who doesn't suck at martial arts and can get with the ladies, AIKI is it.
Both are fighting shonen and have detailed explanation of technique and styles of various martial arts.
The great difference is that in Aiki the Hero is already a master and in History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi the Hero is learning from many different masters.
Both have martial arts involved ,same pervertedness,same comedy though in aiki the main character is far more superb !!!The differance is that theres no Masters involved or maybe lets just say he did 1 be an instructor...^^
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
Martial Arts masterpieces , they are a must read for anyone who likes fighting.
The main characters are completely in contrast with each other, both have the school element ( its more importantant in Veritas) , both are good stuff :)
Tip : Veritas is a manhwa so read it from left to right .
Both protagonists are pursuing the path of strength. Kenichi trains in Ryozanpaku to protect those dear to him, while Zig fights to become the acknowledged as the strongest. They both have a female friend and a possible love interest that help them achieve their goal.
both manga series star a boy who starts out as a powerless outcast who trains continuously to gradually become stronger
both kenichi and naruto want to become strong for heroic reasons except kenichi's is a tad more selfless.
for both these guys the system goes as get bullied or threatened...fight... get beaten... retreat...train...comeback with new powers, abilities or strategies for a rematch and win....on to the next opponent...wash, rinse, repeat.
both kenichi and naruto both make friends out of most of the opponents they defeat..
they both are motivational speakers reforming their foes and most often inspiring them. both of them have similar love stories. in both scenarios the one person has the feelings and the other person subconsciously has feelings yet is too dense to realize thus taking very long to reciprocate...
also in both the HSDK and Naruto manga there is an intense war that eventually takes place near the end of the series. read more
though they are both of a different genre, they both feature a very norse mythology heavy theme..mythological names and mentions such as Freya, Valkyrie, Ragnarok, etc. both manga series will have the reader thinkin "WOW these mangakas must love norse mythology...so if you like norse mythology be sure to check out HSDK and Bryhildr
After the protagonist gets influenced by a girl, he gets sucked into a completely different world where he needs to use more brain than brawl (or magic).
In Kenichi, since the protagonist is a total beginner in martial arts but still gets teaching from the best fighters of the world, gives him similar a position to his opponents as Kuzumi gets from the gold card in Mx0
The main character was weak as a duckling can be in terms of their ability, though in Kekkaishi, the hero start off with a bit of basic. If you've read Kenichi, then you should read Kekkaishi. Both have similar master disciple relationship. Both have similar hero and heroine relationship. All in all, full of badassery.
it is similar since they areabout some1 that was at school and he stil is going to it but he fights agenst a orginasation who wants to kill him or defeat him in combat while this they use fists and bleach they use swords ithik any1 who read/watched bleach will like this
Both revolve around fighting. However, RRR focuses solely on boxing while the latter on different types of martial arts.
Both protagonists also have similar personalities. When pushed to the brink of collapse, they find a way to surpass their limits and win. They each have mentors that help their disciples grow both physically and mentally.
Both shounen manga have pretty much same concept about weak boy who wants to become stronger and takes up martial arts
Whilst HSDK has the boy learn all types of martial arts(jujitsu, karate, muay thai etc.), FC focuses mostly on karate...only difference between the 2 is that HSDK has more ecchi
If your into martial arts type manga, you'll like both...
Similarities include: characters training (martial arts in Kenichi, and ninjutsu in Senran Kagura); narratives that are mostly set within a school setting; and exaggerated action sequences which feature a whole heap of ecchi.
Imagine History's Strong Disciple set in a post apocalyptic world with outrageous personalities and almost every man featured has, not a six pack, but enough ab muscles that make the number of treads on a car's tire look trivial. If you enjoyed the ridiculous fights and moves in HSDK but wanted gore and outrageous 80's fashion and personality, then Hokuto no Ken is the manga for you!
Both History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi and Holyland center around a downtrodden protagonist who is forced into fights of ever escalating difficulty. Both learn moves from multiple styles and have to conquer their inner fear to fight delinquents, with each fight a consequence of having survived the previous fights.
Of the two, the protagonist Yuu in Holyland is a bit more of a self-made fighter in that he tends to learn his moves from his friends and opponents rather than from an illustrious pool of masters.
In the end Holyland trades in Kenichi's ecchi elements and over the top anime-style martial arts for a more realistic style, that describes real street fight maneuvers and their consequences.
Kenichi fights to protect others, Yuu fights so that he can have some place in the world outside of his bedroom and both of their journeys are well worth reading. read more
Both stories are about a weak boy who finds himself being protected by a strong girl, so he decides to train/improve himself so he can be the one protecting her instead. Along the way, it turns into a harem story and a childhood friend (who practically looks the same in both stories) returns as the ultimate rival.
In these two shounen action titles, the protagonists live and train with people who possess not only super strength, but also expertise in martial arts. Characters and the action are expressed in an overwhelmingly exaggerated manner; particularly in the case of Kenichi.
Basically, there are both martial arts type, though Kenji is much more technical, having even step patters of few kata, if some freak would like to try them :P. Kenji ain't ecchi, and has more mature plot, though it is enjoyable. Believe me, if you like HSD, you'll get into Kenji in no time :P.