Both series revolve around one sibling looking out for and trying to heal another sibling of an ailment.
Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood is a full adaptation of the original manga series. It is set in a fictional, European inspired setting and revolves around the supernatural element of alchemy.
Kimetsu no Yaiba/Demon Slayer is set in what seems to be towards the end of the meiji period of Japan where technology is being steadily introduced, though I may be wrong, and is about a young man who is trying to save his sister while following the path of a demon slayer.
the siblings main characters travel to find their inhuman enemies to avenge the loss of their family, meeting many other well written and deep characters, uncovering the truth of the enemies plans, battling against them with a power that they learn to master, making meaningful experiences along the way
Both are Epic Adventures that are about two sibings that go on a journey after there family members died, on this journey the older sibing is looking for a way to turn his younger sibing back to normal, this Journey is also not easy because the sibings must fight many strong many strong monsters.
Both animes begin with a family tragedy, leaving a damaged young man and his sibling to fend for themselves. This kicks off both stories, as the duos embark on a long-running adventure trying to fix themselves. Along the way they discover super-natural adversaries that exist secretly behind the real-world non-world population. Meeting friends and enemies along the way the duo's long quest gives us heart and humour, feels and action.
-Both include protagonists that are motivated by the goal of saving a sibling that they care deeply for.
-The main antagonist is one that is not known to the public eye.
-There are lighthearted moments of affection shown in occasional scenes of both fmab and kny.
-The siblings in both anime have great disabilities, but they are not helpless at all. They make up for their disadvantages in other ways like brute strength or toughness.
-The protagonists have survived tragic backstories.
-In both fmab and kny, the protagonists are sent to different locations on their journey to save their siblings, giving the shows a nice, adventurous feel.
-Both see the protagonist losing their family early in the story
-Both protagonists aim to heal their sibling from the traumatic transformation they undergo, and have them traveling all around the world to find a cure
-Both involve the protagonist joining some sort of organization to further this goal
-Both have similar comedic attributes
Both helps his brother or his sister back to human.
Tanjiro helps his sister Nezuko demon back to human and Edward Elric helps his brother Alphonse to bring his body back.
When you watch either, then you are likely drawn in by the very concept of the main character's drive. To right the wrong done to their family as they explore an intriguing world with concepts you will come to understand. Both series ends up challenging these stalwart characters on their quest to find the solution to a seemingly hopeless situation.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood takes a more loose approach, giving these characters time to explore this world and try to understand exactly what it is they are trying to find: the philosopher stone.
Demon Slayer takes a more methodical approach giving the solution very clearly, but a most
Both series have an older brother, who goes to hell and back to save their younger sibling turn back to a human. They also have a strong focus on character and share a similar tone.
Both series follow 2 siblings after tragedy strikes, struggling to reassemble their lives. They both have a darker somewhat realistic tone to your typical shounen with fairly intelligent likable leads.
One thing I find quite striking are these little moments of empathy the protagonists shares with their enemies due to their similarities with the protagonist's sibling.
In both series, the elder brother works for a government like organization. As a result, they must travel all over the country as they look for the cure to return their siblings to how they once were.
Both stories are centered on two brothers. The goals of both animes aim at the recovery of the younger brothers, in the FMAB the body of Alphonse and in Demon Slayer the humanity of Nezuko.
There are incredible battles and powerful villains, as well as a lot of blood in the fights. In both anime, the villain who creates all the opponents found during the anime.
Stories of two siblings finding a way to get their human bodies back
Both of the Main Characters embark on a journey to seek answer's how to turn their siblings into human again. Both anime are fun to watch!
Both are about an older brother joining an organization to help restore his younger sibling's body back to normal
Both having funny moment before and after fighting
both anime have the same story,to make mc brother(fma) sibling(kny)
return back to human.
Both anime using elements to attack like wind,fire,water. The Differences are fma using some pole to create magic while kny only needs a sword
take fma if you want story,take kny if you want graphics :D
"Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood" may not have demons as such, but we will also find some enemies beyond the human that perfectly allow us to place it in terms of anime similar to "Kimetsu no Yaiba". However, it is not the action or the context that makes the anime earn this inclusion, but the most marked reason lies in the story of Edward Elric with his brother Alphonse. In a similar way in which Nezuko is turned into a demon, during a failed alchemy process Alphonse ends up being trapped in medieval court armor. In this way, both anime closely follow the story of two brothers
Both are really good shounen with great animation.
Both show sibling love whose family is dead and they want to get human form again.
It also has a lot of action and good story.
I really recommend watching kimetsu no yaiba if you like fullmetal alchemist.
both of them are about the main character trying to bring his brother/sister back to normal.
both are journey-themed animes.
both are regional progressive productions.
both of them have nice fight scenes, but they are not at a good level in terms of the story.