Through a series of events, the cavemen Flint and his father were turned into fossils in prehistoric times - only to be found in the 25th century and brought back to life. Flint becomes part of the Time Bureau, an organization tasked with finding time shifters that have been scattered throughout the ages by the evil Dark Lord. Alongside Tony, Sarah, and his still-partially-fossilized father in the shape of a stone axe, Flint will travel through time and find the time shifters before Petrafina - the Dark Lord's minion - can get to them first! From Christopher Columbus to ancient samurai, Flint and his friends will meet a variety of famous people and have plenty of fun along the way.
In a parallel universe called Mon World, there exist magnificent monsters with special abilities. After years of research, Professor Hiiragi has discovered a way to enter this fantastical place and explore it using his special monster detection device. However, he didn't count on the evil Prince Eccentro, who only wants to grab the powers of the Mon World creatures for his selfish purposes! To protect the freedom and happiness of Mon World, Professor Hiiragi employs the help of his courageous daughter Rockna and her boyfriend Mondo, who transform into the Mon Colle Knights whenever danger calls. Working together with the powerful creatures of Mon World, can Rockna and Mondo prevent Prince Eccentro from fulfilling his evil plans?
Both of these children's anime are pretty similar. Both have a normal boy and girl, a scientist father, cute creatures, and a trio of fail-villains. The main teams travel around strange worlds collecting things. If you enjoyed one, the other is something you'll enjoy as well.
Flint and Mon Colle Knights both have kid heroes traveling around while opposing a trio of ne'er do wells.
Max, Zoey and Rex are three kids who make up the D-Team - a team which is all about adventure! While investigating a fallen meteorite, the trio run across some mysterious dinosaur cards which, when activated, spit out a real life dinosaur! These cards were accidentally scattered around the world in a time traveling accident caused by the nefarious Dr. Z and his henchmen known as the Alpha Gang. Dr. Z aspires to create a dinosaur fighting arena and become the Dinosaur King himself, and he needs the cards - and dinosaurs within them - to accomplish his goal! Now, the D-Team must race against the clock to find the cards first and free the dinosaurs from the ultimate villains!
While Flint has many similarities to Pokemon, I believe it fits better with Dinosaur King. Each is very cheesy, has various monsters to deal with, and is utterly shounen at heart. Fans of one - if you actually enjoyed it - would be fans of the other.
While playing a video game one day, Tomoru, Dai and Mio found themselves accidentally transported inside yet another game: Eureka, designed by the studious Dr Galileo! In order to return to the real world, the gang must earn ten Eureka stones by completing various scientific challenges - but they have competition. Fellow rivals Yukio, Suzuka, and Kouta, along with Dr Galileo's rival Dr Galilei, are also trying to find the stones. From collecting fossils to stopping lightning in the sky, thrilling scientific challenges await!
Sou Nanda and Flint are filled with scientific travel and wacky monsters - not to mention they are aimed at young boys. Sou Nanda is far more educational, while Flint is definitely in the vein of Pokemon or Digimon; still, fans of one would probably appreciate the other.