Naruto, Boku no Hero Academia Recommendations

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The main protagonist from each series Naruto (Naruto) and Midoriya (BnHA) share a weakling persona in the world that they live in. They also share a dream reaching the top of their respective societies (Hokage for Naruto and #1 Hero for Mirdoriy). Each protagonist is also paired with a much more gifted and talented rival. The setting are very different but both series revolve around students gaining the proper training, experience, and licensing needed to become a professional in their respective worlds (Ninjas in Naruto and Heroes in BnHA). Aside from the main characters the rest of the casts for both series are immense   read more
report Recommended by logic340
- MC are very similar; the usual "I can do it" belief. Both aspire to reach their ultimate goal with the same mentality, that are similar to one another.
- It's the usual shounen story with a nice twist to it; heroes in BNH and ninjas in Naruto
- Many consider BNH to be the next Naruto

If you enjoyed Naruto, or miss It, Boku No Hero Academia will definitely fill the void. Bones have done an incredible job and the story is executed extremely well. Must watch.
report Recommended by Yasuhito
This is a recommendation made based on how the MC resemble each other, and to some extent, lead how the story is going to progress. Both series featured a young boy who is shunned and looked down by society, and thus driving them to proved those stigma wrong by becoming 'the best'. It's an intriguing coming-of-age-type stories that will make you rooted for the MC in order to reach their dream.
report Recommended by KannaAyasaki
Both MC's are weak, had a rough past and didn't had support of parents.
Both MC's want to be strong and help others
Both have a little comedy, lots of action, scenes that should touch viewers emotionally
report Recommended by Hutai
In these two series, it’s needless to say that we get to watch the main character grow in more ways than one. While the main character in Naruto is a delinquent, and the one in My Hero Academia is a timid and polite boy, similarly they only wish for the best for the people around them. If you like a story about characters who start off with nothing and prove to everyone else that they can be something, then you’ll most likely like these.
report Recommended by OtakuJKP
This is a common recommendation, and for a reason:

-The protagonists have that 'If I try hard, I can do it!' personality
-They both involve diverse special powers
-Both are shonen series
-Both have rivals that the protagonist strives to overcome
report Recommended by thelectricow
Both are shonens. The MC begins as weak, but continues to grow strong as the series progresses. Although Deku isn't considered stupid, both Naruto and Deku will willingly jump into danger to achieve their dream. Deku wants to be a professional hero, and Naruto wants to be Hokage. In fact, My Hero Academia started the same year that Naruto (manga) ended, so many consider My Hero Academia to be the next naruto.
report Recommended by stupidninja
In both series the protagonist starts as someone who is seen as weak by others and vows to become the strongest to show everyone that with hard work he can do it too. Both series have great fight scenes with characters using special abilities in them. If you enjoy watching shounen anime where the main character grows throughout the show you should like both of the series.
report Recommended by Sande
- The loser one
- the better one
- the loser one tried hard to keep up the better one
- the loser one and the better one fight each other
these two anime have the same way of characters
report Recommended by Victor9A
If you enjoyed the chunin exams then you will love BNHA. And there are a lot of other similarities these two series in regards to their characters, (character) backgrounds, and conflicts.
report Recommended by Lady_Angel
Great character designs , colorful color palette , a distinct and diverse huge pool of characters , tactical battles , A school setting. It takes what made the Original Naruto series so popular and tries to recreates that magic in a Superhero genre.
report Recommended by AnjuRatty
Both of the main characters strive to become recognised in their own rights
Both anime have characters with quirks or abilities .
Both anime have humor, lots of action, concentrated on friendship and scenes that touch people emotionally
report Recommended by gangstabrainsick