Total Recommendations: 15
Someone must be thinking why did I recommend a josei with a seinen manga? Well both of them have "old" MCs, Kurosawa is 40 and something years old and the girls of tokyo tarareba are 33. Both of the stories talk about older people that regret their past, that feel the time passed too fast, and that suddenly had a kind of a snap and decided to change (before it is too late) Besides, both stories have the same feel about them. They are dramatic comedies - you laugh a lot and then cry in the same chapter. They are really depressing, but enganging, and both had me feel the same way after reading (wanting to do stuff and change my life). Both are really inspirational - if you like one, you should try the other.
Both protagonists have a big katana as main weapon Both are really OP, and have this super fast evolution in their powers Their enemies never win Both katanas can liberate a power like getsuga tenshou (from bleach, BUT SAME happens in Black Cover - similar power) All girls like main protagonist The army formed by the people with the strongest magic in Black Clover are organized similarly as the shinigamis in soul society (different captains and their shinigamis, also things about royal families and stuff) And, finally, both are battle shounen manga structured similarly, so if you like one probably will like the other.
Both main protagonists are people without powers/magic in a world where powers/magic are essential and common After a while both of them find a way to get powers/magic in order to one day make their dreams come true: be like All Might/ be emperor of magicians
Rivalry between friends: Sasuke/Yuno and Naruto/Asta Sasuke/Yuno very good at magic/ninjutsus, has the respect of all village Naruto/Asta bad at magic/ninjutsus, village doesn't like them/respect them, they don't give up their dreams (become hokage/emperor of magicians), both have a kind of demon inside that gives them power
Valid for both stories: Brothers/friends rivalry One is much better than the other The other has a kind of demon power and in the end it is much more powerful than the "better brother" Demon guy - happier, never give up, loud Both brothers have the same dream: to become the paladino/emperor of magicians
Everything is really alike! First, both protagonists live in a small town, without their mother and father. Because of someone, they decide to go to a school for special children Both schools have special people, in gakuen, kids have super powers and in kitchen no ohimesama kids are special like (I am the best piano player or something like this) Both protagonists are disliked by their classmates in the beginning, later on they got respected by them Both protagonists have 2 boys "loving" them (one blond and another with dark hair, and if u compare the guys from both mangas they look really alike - yes i am talking about Natsume and Daichi, even their atitudes are similar) Both guys (in both mangas) do things they wouldn't do, only to protect main girl In both stories, the major "villain" (if we can call it like that) is the director of the school Ah, and also, the guys that fall in love with main girl have other girls that like them, so there is always another girl that hates main girl (later on, relationship between girls get better) To sumarize, both stories are really similar, if you like one, you will definitively like the other
Both of them have a very strong willed and capable girl as mc In the beginning, both stories look like they are only about romance, but actually you have a protagonist (both Yona and Mishe) who are able to fight and help in political affairs. Actually, as both stories progress, you realize that they deal a lot with political issues (as who is going to be the next king, how to deal with poor people and problems with crops, how to deal with neighbouring countries, and strategies). Also both protagonists study and take a hard time trying to improve their abilities so they can be worthy of what they want (in the case of Yona -> to be a righteous queen/ in the case of Mishe -> to be the legal wife of Prince Kallum and maybe one day queen....) Ahh and both stories happen in ancient societies (Akatsuki no Yona >> something like ancient China/ Sabaku no Harem >> something as ancient Arabia) - they even include names as Anatolia (as a neighbour country - Turkey)
They are really similar. Both protagonists are kind of shit in the beginning - they don't have much of a power and they don't accept the role they have in their families (in the case of Tsuna from KHR, he doesn't want to be the judaime vongola boss - a mafia family; and in the case of Nura, he doesn't want to be the sandaime nurarihyon - the supreme commander of youkais). After a while, both protagonists become stronger and they start to build their family (people/youkais that are loyal and fight for them). Also, both protagonists suffer a kind of prejudice and antagonism from other people of the family/clan, but with time they start to get their respect. Another thing, both beginnings are kind of slow, so you have to be pretty pacient to watch it all, but it is worthy =)
Both are about gods and their familiars (in Kamisama) and shinkis (in Noragami). These "creatures" are related to the god and help him/her, live with them and have a strong relationship. Both animes relate a lot to this japanese culture about temples and shrines, which is pretty interesting if you want to learn more about the culture.
Both of them are shoujo animes, in which the protagonist (girl) studies/lives in a school for people with powers. Both of them are very lighthearted and sweet, and make you feel happy and calm. Besides this, in both, the main girl is not very good with her power (the worst of the class), and makes people around her laugh. With time, both animes start to get more serious.
Both are sports anime in which the strategy and trying to deceive your adversary are important. Both have a kind of OP protagonist.
They are really similar Both have A Hero Association and professional heroes. A lot of comedy The plot is similar: normal person wants to have the power to fight monsters and protect people.
Both are really funny!! Both have Babies as MC, and they are AWESOME!! They are school life animes with a lot of action and a kind of super power...
Both stories happen somewhere in the Middle East (Arslan in Iran, while Magi is more related to Saudi Arabia). Both talk about Djins and wars. Although magic is really rare in the world of Arslan... The scenario and the soundtrack is similar too
It is only in the beginning of Alderamin on the Sky, but I feel both series have lots in common. Primarily war and intelligent strategists. I am not sure if the development of Alderamin on the Sky is going to follow the same direction as Arslan Senki..