“Vash, the Stampede” - worth 60 billion dollars to the one who can turn him in. Bounty hunters everywhere are on the lookout for this legendary gunman, not to mention insurance agents Meryl Stryfe and Milly Thompson, who are tasked with preventing any potential damage that this Vash can cause. But with 60 billion on his head, Vash is not an easy man to find.
It may sound crazy, but a lot of the style of art and dialogue are similar between these two series ; Trigun is a little more slap-stick with the moral backstory while tLotLH has some similar character interplays (and plenty of physical action) but is a little less all-over funny and a richer plot with less moralism.
Both Trigun and DenYuuDen are stories that revolve around kindhearted men of exceptional ability who are widely feared and hated while a powerful force tries to manupulate them from behind the scenes.
A man awakens in an unfamiliar room, with no recollection of who he is or where he came from. His wounds have been bandaged, and his face is covered with a mask that he cannot remove. With nowhere to go, he decides to stay with his rescuers and help them when needed, waiting for his memory to return. Though his courage, skill, and wisdom quickly gain him the villagers’ respect, the same traits soon land him in hot water with the local feudal lord. Not one to back away from injustice, the path he must follow will lead him to confront his enemies, and his hidden past.
Both LoL and Utawarerumono are medieval fantasy shows that focus on themes like war, conspiracy and politics. Both shows have main leads that do anything they can so that the world they live in will not face more wars. Also both main leads are feared because of the power they hide in themselves. If you like one, you will enjoy the other one as well.
Both Utawarerumono and Densetsu give off the same feelings while watching them. Both have magic in them with some romance; they both focus on rebellions and running a country. In Utawar. the main character leads, but in Legend you get a veiw from one of the leader's subordinate. If you liked one, you'd certainly like the other.
Teito Klein is a former slave who attends the Barsburg Empire's military academy. Having no memory of his past and the power to wield a rare ability called Zaiphon, Teito is constantly under the scrutiny of his peers - except for his best friend Mikage, the only person he connects with. After seeing and remembering the man who killed his father, Teito tries to kill him and finds himself on the run from Barsburg's military might. Now, with the evil beings known as Kor after his soul, the Barsburg Empire after his blood and only the legendary Seven Ghosts to protect him, Teito must unlock the memories of his past before he ends up as a sacrifice for Verloren, the sealed God of Death.
The past of the main character is a big focus, but the origin of their power is mysterious. Both are set in a time that puts nations at war, but the real underlying cause is a much smaller battle of good vs. evil (or evil vs good, it's hard to distinguish who is really on the "good" side for both shows). Both heavily involve magic (in different forms).
Lucy is a seventeen-year-old mage with the power to summon stellar spirits, but what she really wants to do is join a guild - and not just any guild. She has her eyes set on Fairy Tail, a notoriously reckless and outrageous group of magic users who are likely to be drunk or destroying buildings and towns in the process of completing a job! While in town one day Lucy meets a perpetually-seasick boy named Natsu who, through a series of events, reveals to her that he's none other than the fire-eating mage Salamander of Fairy Tail! Lucy is finally able to join Fairy Tail and quickly begins to take on odd jobs with Natsu and his gang for fame and profit. Along with her fiery friend, Happy the flying cat, Natsu's archrival Gray and their overseer the invincible and beautiful Erza, Lucy sets forth for epic adventures that leave an epic amount of destruction in their wake. After all, destroying a city or five doesn't matter as long as they get the job done... right?!
While on their travels, Edward and Alphonse Elric hear rumors of an alchemist named Judau who has succeeded in human transmutation. Thinking that it may help them regain their former bodies the pair visits him, but can this blind alchemist really help them in their quest? Also, one day, before the appearance of the homunculus, Ed and Al return home to Resembool to get Ed’s automail repaired. Fearing Winry’s retribution for breaking her handiwork yet again, the brothers find a novel way to prevent themselves from being attacked...