Two and a half years have passed since the end of Naruto’s old adventures. He has trained hard with Jiraiya-sama and has returned to Konoha to reunite with his friends; but Akatsuki, the organization that threatened Naruto years before, is on the move again and this time Naruto is not the only one in danger. With the powerful Akatsuki organization looming ahead of him, Sasuke still missing, and the struggle with the beast hidden inside him a continuous battle, will Naruto's hard-earned improvements be enough? Join Naruto, Sakura, new friends and the rest of the old gang as the action heats up with new techniques and stronger enemies.
Oboro, a naive, love-struck girl, is pledged to Gennosuke, an idealist. Both are successors to opposing ninja clans with a long history of hatred kept barely in check by a covenant of peace. Just as the two vow to reconcile the clans with their marriage, the shogun orders the feud to resume in order to resolve an internal struggle that threatens to tear the Tokugawa shogunate apart. Even worse, Oboro and Gennosuke themselves are forced to lead their clans in battle. Can the star-crossed lovers resist the brutal circumstances and remain true to their love as the death toll rises?
Basilisk is basically a pumped up version of Naruto. Although the plot is not the same, the type of world is. Basilisk centers on the two ninja tribes trying to kill each other off, whereas Naruto is about the main character trying to find his brotherlike friend
The best thing about Basilisk is that it exceeds Naruto in subtle areas. For example, the technique names are not shouted out as they occur, and dialogue doesn't take up much of each episode.
From the very start you will notice the darker nature of these two series and the idea that fighting and battle tactics come to the fore in both. If you like Ninja series with ninjas who need to hone their skills, this is for you.
If Naruto is a kid ninja series, and Naruto Shippuden a teen, then Basilisk is definately the mature adult. Taking the same premise - ninjas from different clans fighting with abilities beyond the scope of normal people for dominance - and cranking up the mature themes, Basilisk is definately not a series for kids. However, if you are looking for something more adult, with a dark and gritty feel, you should try watching Basilisk.
Shirahama "weak legs" Kenichi is a typical high school student with typical problems: he's frequently bullied and tends to run away in the face of his enemies. Things change when Kenichi meets Furinji Miu, whose grandfather runs a dojo; and not knowing what he's getting himself into, he signs up to become a disciple. As Kenichi's life-threatening training continues and he becomes more and more powerful, he inadvertently becomes the target of the deadly gang called Ragnarok. With mental and physical challenges ahead, can Kenichi survive his encounters with Ragnarok, or will the masters of his dojo get to him first?
Naruto and Kenichi both have the same style in my opinion. Both are about a main character who has a dream, gets emotional quickly, and always wants to protect everyone around them. They both are trained by very strong masters or teachers. I also think that the anime are drawn in the same way. The only difference is that in Kenichi , the main character is trained by a very strong group of masters and in Naruto the characters learn to fight in a school. If you liked one, I'm sure you'll like the other.
Both Naruto and Kenichi have lots of action, fight scenes, and superb graphics and design. They are great quality martial arts anime; and while both of them may take place in different settings, both have plenty of quality fights, humor and fighting techniques.
Both of the anime's are about a young and weak boy that goes though lots of work and training to become really powerfull. Along their journey to become stronger , they meet new friends and enemies.
Middle school student Tsuna has always gone through life in last place; but when he learns that he is getting a tutor to help him raise his game, he had no idea that his benefactor would turn out to be... an infant and a mafia hitman?! As if things can’t get much stranger, Tsuna then discovers that the powerful Vongola family has chosen him to be its next successor – a position that has control over all mafia families. Joined by friends Tsuna unwillingly starts out on his path to becoming a mafia boss – if he can survive the training!
This anime is just like Naruto based on friends and friendship which you'll need to accomplish your goals. They both have to undertake 'impossible' quests to protect their friends and be happily ever after! That's why you'd like both these animes!
This anime is verry like naruto, they both start out as 2 useless kids who can do nothing, but eventually grow to get strong. I would recommend this anime to anyone!
I think KHR and Naruto are very alike because Tsuna is like Naruto: No good at the start but throughout the anime, you see them develop. They both also think friends are an important part of their life and would risk anything to save them. Hibari and Sasuke are alike: they both don't socialize with other members of their team but they are very powerful and both have negative thoughts and fight a lot. Reborn is like Kakashi: they both teach their team; Kakashi - Naruto; Reborn - Tsuna, and they are both quite funny, serious and extremely powerful but don't show it until later.
Some things in life are so bad that you'd like to pretend they're just a dream. Unfortunately for Kazuki, trying to save a strange girl from being brutally killed by monsters (and ending up dying instead) is an unfortunate reality. Out of pity, the girl replaces Kazuki's heart with an alchemy-based artifact known as Kakugane, so that he may live on. With this strange device, Kazuki gains the power of Busou Renkin -- Arms Alchemy; a power that will come in handy when monsters (and worse) begin to plague his town! Kazuki soon meets the girl from his “dream” (named Tokiko) in reality, and she tells Kazuki to get on with his life; but with his sister and friends in danger, that might not be possible. Besides, if Kazuki gives up the chance to show off just how manly he can be, how can he hope to win the heart of the alluring older-sister-like Tokiko?!
Both Naruto and Busou Renkin have comedy and action. The main characters both have special powers, and want to protect everyone around them.
Training to protect others, fighting to protect others, sacrificing to protect others, such are the things that the Naruto from Naruto Shippuden and Kazuki from Busuo Renkin do. Add in crazy abilities, overpowering enemies, and plenty of interesting comrades and you end up with two series which, while not completely similar, are close enough in theme and tone that I would recommend you take a look at one if you liked the other.
Have you ever felt like the world would be a better place if certain people weren’t around? Such grim daydreams might occur when watching the dismal daily news, but on one fateful day, Light Yagami finds that these daydreams can become reality. By pure happenstance, he comes across a black notebook entitled "Death Note", whose text within states that whoever's name is written on its pages will die. With the aid of the death god Ryuk, Light takes it upon himself to rid the world of its corruption, ushering in a new era of purity one death at a time. But as Ryuk foretells, Light's actions will not go unchallenged...
Although Death Note is more suspensful, there is also a lot of drama in Naruto. The main difference between Death Note and Naruto is that Naruto has a somewhat more positivie message other than killing people in your Death Note.
Pain and Light Yagami are very similar due to their ideals
-Creating a world in peace and that peace have to be kept in check
-Both have obstacles in their goals
-Both have supernatural powers