These are quite different shows tonally, so the enjoyment of both shows would mainly rely on one's enjoyment of watching high school kids using super powers. These shows both are set in a high school full of super-powered teens. It's always entertaining to see the different techniques characters use to apply their powers to a situation, and how two or more characters' powers interact with each other. With these powers also comes the theme of the pressure these characters face by being thrust into difficult situations that kids their age in our universe would never have to deal with.
Both anime are about superpowers though Charlotte is less of an action anime.
They both have a very similar world, in both worlds they have superpowers, it's just more natural to have superpowers in My Hero Academia.
Children has superpowers. There is a school for these children. Fun to watch.
Both anime have the concept of “superpowers” but they see it in different lights. In Boku no Hero, it's not a sickness and it's more common. Instead of it being looked down upon, people idolize those with good superpowers. If you want to see a kid fighting for his dreams, Boku no Hero is for you. You end up really rooting and feeling for the main character.
Well, if you know what both of these shows are about, it's pretty obvious what these shows have in common. I'm far from the first person to make this recommendation. But, while the shows are very different in tone, and liking one is not a very good guarantee you will like the other, the simple plot point that these shows share is enough to justify this recommendation. In both shows some people have superpowers. Charlotte is not a superhero anime, but the characters do have superpowers. Beware though, Charlotte is a bit darker than Hero Aca. Wait... no that show can be very dark sometimes.
Both featured children with superpowers (Specail Abilities for Charlotte and Quirks for MHA) and high school setting. The difference is that in Charlotte, their powers are classified as a disease because in My Hero Academia/Boku no Hero Academia is considered a gift.
Both involve a school where the students have special abilties. Bith the MC's of these animes have an OP superpower.
Characters have supernatural power
A universe where there are super-powers and a institution for people who have them.
charlotte is just like mha its just a bit less into making superhero and more into superpower anime, and less predictable as well if u know what i mean
Kids with powers in high school. Boku no Hero Academia is more child focused as Charlotte is more mature. If you appreciate how the powers are used in one of the anime, you would like the other as well.
Class of abnormal students. Charlotte and My Hero Academia are both anime about students with superpowers, working together in a class to help others out.
Charlotte has Yuu and the student council go out of their way to find teenagers who abuse their powers and bring them to Hoshinoumi Academy to help them out. MHA is about people with quirks, and Midoriya's journey to help those in need in order to become the best hero.
Both are nice anime with Charlotte featuring slow romance, whilst MHA features action
1. Both have a Shounen aesthetic
2. Deals with teenagers having supernatural powers
3. Has a good plot
If you liked Boku no Hero, Charlotte will probably like it too. They have in common the singularities or powers and history develops in a school for people with such singularities. Very good story and with good dramatic changes.
Both of them have students with abilities both are good