The wealthy, famous Tony Stark of Stark Industries has plans to finally retire from his Iron Man persona, leaving the glory to a new kind of hero. However, when testing his newest development, Iron Man Dio, the suit malfunctions and goes berserk. What's worse, a mysterious monster that calls itself Scorpio, a mighty warrior of the Zodiac, nearly kills him. Retirement, it seems, is out of the question for Mr. Stark...
The above is a preliminary synopsis that will be updated once more episodes of the anime have been released.
Both shows are based on Marvel Super-Heroes, both being produced by the same studio, MADHOUSE... that's plenty of connection of recommend them equally.
Wolverine and Iron Man are the first two of Madhouse's four part attempt to bring classic Marvel characters to a Japanese audience. If you enjoyed the new adaptation of either character the other would be the obvious follow up.
Two superhero shows that feel as if they've been lifted right off of American TV; with similar elements tying these two together, if you liked one of these adaptations of a famous comic- give the other a try!
Both are part of Marvel and Mad's team effort to bring the western comic heroes to a more modern japan.
i guess it does what it wants nd doesnt fail to attract the audience with flashy animation :)
Both anime are adaptations of the Marvel comics and features a superhero that travels to Japan and fights against evil. Also they are similar in a lot of aspects so, if you liked one you'd like the other one too.
Batman: a name known throughout the streets of Gotham City, a name kids tell urban legends about and criminals fear. Batman continues to purge Gotham City from the filth that is roaming the streets. After having received Lt. Gordon’s complete trust, he is implicated in all kinds of police affairs, the first of which is the capture of the mysterious robber referred to as the "man in black". Through this ordeal and many others including an encounter with the Killer Croc and Scarecrow, Batman will try to find out more about the dark city’s underground and make his way to become Gotham’s Dark Knight.
They're both created from marvel comics and have a decent story line that all marvel fans will like.
They're both filled with action, super powers and geniuses!
They are both inspired by American comic books. Although they originate from different publishers (DC for Batman and Marvel for Iron Man), they share a common view on superheroes.
More over, Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark have many things in common, from the playboy appeareance to their investment in suits, gadgets and cutting edge technologies.
If you like japonese anime style applied to western comics, then you will enjoy these two great examples of established superheroes being turned into perfect anime material. Have fun!
Iron Man and Batman: Gotham Knight both stemmed from Marvel comics taking on the same heroic type of aspects and humans with superpowers.
While Ironman is encased in an armored suit, I can't help but see similarities in Tony Stark to the cyborg protagonist, Hachiro Azuma of 8 Man. Both characters are essentially reborn into their alter egos and fight criminals, monsters and of course, the syndicate. Both are flawed men with an axe to grind and have their respective issues with unrequited love interests. If you like one, you should like the other.
Both Iron Man and X-Men are anime adaptations of the Marvel comics and features a superhero that fights against an evil organization. The main difference between them is that Blade deals with vampires, while Iron Man doesn't. Aside of that, both shows are similar to each other so if you liked one you'd like the other one too.
A year has passed since Jean Grey met her tragic demise, and the X-Men and Xavier Institute have yet to recover. Things change when Charles Xavier calls the disbanded mutant team back together, sending them to Japan to help find a missing girl named Hisako. But when they arrive abroad the team discovers that things are far worse than they expected: a shadowy group is abducting mutants, bringing them to secret laboratories, and an insidious, potentially fatal secondary mutation called the Damon-Hall Syndrome is spreading. Together, the X-Men must discover the truth behind these events and put a stop to the violence against mutants.
Both Iron Man and X-Men are anime adaptations of the Marvel comics and features a superhero (or a group of superheroes in the case of X-Men) that fights against an evil organization. If you liked one you'd like the other one too.