There are two worlds which exist side by side – the ordinary surface world of the humans and the secret world of ninjas called Nabari. Within this secret world, the opposing ninja groups are fighting over who should possess the ultimate power known as Shinra Banshou. Enter Miharu Rokujou, a high-school student who lives a carefree life and likes to keep himself to himself. Unfortunately for Miharu, his carefree life is about to be over, because within him is hidden the ultimate power and there is no end of evil minions ready to kidnap him for it! Miharu’s only chance of survival is to embrace this mystic world and become the King of Nabari himself. With the help of his new ninja friends, Kouichi, Shimizu, and Kumohira, can he come to grips with his powers or will he fall prey to his many enemies instead?
Meet Ryoma Echizen, the cocky prince of tennis. He comes to Japan from America where he is known as the Prince of Tennis – but that is no surprise considering he is the son of the former tennis pro, Nanjiroh Echizen, otherwise known as the Samurai! Upon transferring to the school Seishun Gakuen, he meets the regulars of the tennis club, and becomes the first freshman to become a regular; but he has a lot to learn yet about being a tennis star. Ryoma, along with the rest of his teammates, aspire to win the Nationals; but first, they must defeat the other teams which stand in their way!
Though the genre is different (PoT is about sports and NnO is about ninja) the main characters and the mood seem similar. Both Rokujou and Ryoma are young and calm and cool. If you like Echizen then you'll like Miharu and vice versa.
The members of Bal Masque have left the city after their last clash with the Flame Hazes, and as a result the Flame Hazes and their allies have been living a peaceful life; that is, until Yuuji and Shana encounter a Tomagura with the ability to create imaginary worlds from dreams. During a fight against it they learn that Yuuji has a Keeper within him protecting the artifact that grants him life: Reiji Maigo. Meanwhile, in school, new and suspicious students and the interest of fellow classmates have made Shana and Yoshida’s relationship even more complicated. With girl troubles at every turn, Yuuji must continue his training so that he may protect Reiji Maigo from the hands of Bal Masque.
I find that both have to face to different world. One from their reality and their other side that not all people know about. At least in a little amount, the creator kept the real, let me realze how hard the anime character have to dealt with both.
STN is a secret organization charged with capturing witches of all ages who misuse their inate ability of the Craft. Its newest recruit is a young girl named Robin, who wields the same power that she is helping to control. While skillful at their ability to detain quickly, the number of witches keeps seeming to increase, and the misuse of power grows stronger, casting a shadow of doubt as to what is really going on. For STN, there is much work ahead, and for Robin, her troubles are just beginning...
They are both effectively completely different series. However the thermatics of both series are very similar.
Whilst both are 'action series', the real driving force of both is the rationale behind the characters, and the intrigue behind the factions.
Witch Hunter Robin has you questioning the motives of Solomon, the Factory, Amon, STN-K
Nabari no Ou has you questioning the ninja clans Fuuma, Banten, Kairoushu, and the leaders of the respective clans.
You are left questioning to the end what the real motives behind each character is, and by undestanding their motives, the audience understands how the plot falls into place.
Further both Robin and Miharu are out to discover their purpose in the world, where their understanding of the world is slowly challenged.
They are still very different series as the plot, setting, action and themes vary.