Ellis is a young girl who possesses a strange ability to manipulate particles, and has an unfortunate case of amnesia. After accidentally killing a professor in the middle of an experiment, Ellis fled to Mexico and lived under the care of an old lady for many years, but her past has finally caught up with her; there's a price on her head, and men trying to capture her, dead or alive. She meets the bounty hunter Nadie, who befriends her and helps her escape; and together, they decide to travel south to Winay Marka, “The Land of Eternity”, to find clues about Ellis’ past. What’s the origin of Ellis’ powers, and what does “Project Leviathan” have to do with it?
“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.
Both animes are very similar. First both main characters deal with guns. Second they both sort of have a wild wild west type of scene. Third both main characters have a bounty on their head with other people constantly coming after them to claim the reward. Lastly both are very good, but Trigun is more famous.
Both are Western themed series. Main characters are both gun-toting and tend to not kill their enemies. Trigun is funnier, but both have elements of humor in them. There is also a fantasy theme in both, as in Trigun Vash is more than human, as is Ellis in El Cazador. If you like one, you would probably like the other.
In a bleak look at the future, Avenger takes place in a desolate wasteland filled with domed cities. Fighters from each town battle each other for power and prestige. Avenger follows the path of Leila, one of these fighters, as well as Nei, a young being called a "doll" (an android created to live with and serve humans), as they leave their home city, travelling into the wasteland.
Two female protagonists, one older and one younger. The older one protecting the younger one with amazing skills and the younger one harboring a secret. From the music to the animation and to the themes, both share more then enough for someone to like both easily. I personally liked El Cazador de la Bruja more though.
There is a legend of an angel who fell to Earth many years ago, and was forced to marry a man because he held the key to her only way home. Hundreds of years later, sixteen year old Mikage Aya is the reincarnation of Ceres, the vengeful angel, who must now fight for her life against her family and her own twin brother Aki, the reincarnation of her past evil husband...
A classic theme in storytelling is that of mortal people dabbling in the supernatural, with disastrous consequences. Sometimes, old magics best left alone are stirred, and sometimes, science stretches its hand too far. Always, always, there is a villain -- someone who is determined not only to continue the process, but to use it for his own twisted, vain or evil purposes. No matter the price to other people.
This is a major plot element in both Ayashi no Ceres and El Cazador de la Bruja, and if you find it interesting in one, you may comfortably expect to recognise similar traits in the other.
An organization known to the dark side of the world as Chronos claims to desire world peace, employing the top thirteen assassins in the world known as 'Erasers.' They each have a weapon customized to fit their style, all made out of orichalcum ore, the strongest material available on Earth. Number 13, Train Heartnet (codenamed Black Cat) is the most famous and revered of the thirteen Chronos numbers, but in the light of a tragic event he has come to question his path in life. Together with Sven Vollfied, a struggling bounty hunter and a living weapon named Eve, Train takes up a job as a bounty hunter - all the while running from the other Erasers and Creed Diskenth, a crazed man whom wants him to join the Apostles of the Stars, a group made to destroy Chronos.
El Cazador de la Bruja and Black Cat share a great deal of common ground. They both focus on a small set of mysterious characters with pasts that make them just a bit unstable. One particularly skilled gunman and one rather unusually gifted young girl provide the impetus of action for both. In fact, it is a bit deja vu regardless of which series you've already watched. Of course, this isn't to say they share the same plot. Rather the similarities between the characters tend to accent the differences in plot while ensuring an equivalent atmosphere.
Follow interstellar bounty hunters Spike Spiegel and Jet Black as they scour the galaxy for criminals with prices on their heads. Hoping to escape their past, they live on the spaceship Bebop, but it's a dangerous business and old enemies don't forget easily. Allies come from unlikely sources, however, as they find comrades in the beautiful swindler Faye Valentine, the genius child hacker Ed and the genetically engineered 'data dog' Ein. Will they be able to help each other though their respective struggles, or is their fate really inevitable?
If you are in to the whole bounty hunter thing with guns this might be just for you. Both main characters have issues with the past and you discover the truth later on in both of them. It has big differences from El Cazador de la Bruja as it’s mostly in space and the main characters are all bounty hunters instead of being the bounty. Over all if you liked El Cazador de la Bruja I am willing to bet you will like Cowboy Bebop.