In a world where creatures known as Pokemon roam and would-be trainers capture and battle the beasts, the young Ash Ketchum can’t be happier; he has finally reached the age when he can have his very first Pokemon! Along with the electrical Pikachu and human buddies Brock and Misty, Ash must embark on a journey to battle countless others and become the best Pokemon Trainer of them all! From the Johto region to the Orange Islands, there’s plenty of Pokemon to catch and adventures to find, even if the infamous Team Rocket stands in the way!
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!
Dinosaur King is pretty much a blatant ripoff of Pokemon and is inferior in every way (including absolutely terrible CG animation); nevertheless, it's easy to see why fans of one might like the other. Each involves a group of kids who have to collect items and engage in battles against evil, with cute characters (pokemon or dinosaurs) as part of the mix. In addition, the dub voice actors are IDENTICAL for the main good/bad characters in both Pokemon and Dinosaur King.
So if you liked DK, check out the superior Pokemon; if you liked Pokemon, you can check out DK -- just keep in mind it pretty much sucks.
since dinosaur king a is a copy of pokemon it is safe to say that if you like you may well like the othe.
Both invloe children teaming up with monsters to over come the problems that they face.
first of, both have the same, 'collect them all and become a master' type feel to them, secondly, if you love silly villans who never seem to get things right, they both have these, and plus, what better than both animes having the same voices,
that little girl from the Alpha team-Misty
Genki was playing a new video game when he suddenly found himself sucked inside of it - and now he finds himself in a land where the monsters are real! The evil monster Moo is trying to turn all the good monsters into baddies, but Holly and Suezo are trying to stop him by finding and releasing the legendary Phoenix. Genki joins these new friends in their quest to find the Phoenix. With his own monster, Mocchi, and the friends they make along the way, Genki and Holly will continue to seek out Mystery Disks until they find the one which contains the Phoenix and free the world from the evil Moo.
Both invloe people teaming up with monsters to over come the problems that they face so that they are able to reach their goals.
This and pokemon have a lot alike, like most monster catching series lol only this one was a bit uglier and not as cute, but still, both good series
The basic idea of both series is to befriend and utilize your wild monster, train it and use it to beat up all the other ones.
Pokemon is slightly more light-hearted due to it's younger target audience.
All Takato ever wanted was his very own Digimon; all Ruki ever wanted was a strong Digimon; and all Jen ever wanted was a partner Digimon. Their wish came true, but along with it a string of Digimon came to destroy the world and conquer it. This unlikely trio must now fight with their partner Digimon created from the mysterious blue card and stop the impending doom that is coming their way. Together with some other friends they explore the Digital Zone to find out what is happening, and to discover the mystery behind the D-Reaper. This is not just a regular digital monsters card game, because this time, the Digimon are real!
I think that if you liked Pokemon, you'd definitely like Digimon too because they are similar. And I think that their stories basically have the same idea! XD
Both anime are based on fighting with different monster
Even tough the monsters are different in digimon the moster being digital and the fights are held in a strange digital world the anime have some similarities like the monster reaghing a stage where they get to evolve in somehting more powerfull
In both the anime the monsters are the leads characters ally and best friend in the same time
Several decades ago, chemical elements began to disappear from the world, decimating the planet and resulting in the loss of 90% of Earth’s population. However, though the elements have vanished, they aren’t out of reach – they have materialized in Nega Earth, an opposing planet filled with strange monsters that morph into dangerous QEX when they absorb five kinds of positive elements. Normally, Element Hunters - children specially trained to retrieve these elements and battle QEX – travel to Nega Earth alone; but when Homi, Ren and Chiara stumble across a strange old castle, they find themselves chartered with tracking down the elements themselves. With little training, can these children help save the world and stay alive along the way?
A main character who wants to jump in first, a level-headed quiet guy, and a female who tends to always make sure the main character knows when he is wrong. Not to mention a strange enviroment when compared to us, the viewers. In the end, all I want to shout "gotta catch em all" whether it be a pokemon or an element in the shape of a not-so-pocket-monster! Its got action, comedy, and something a bit childish to them, all I'd recommend.
Both shows are about children that wander around gathering either creatures (pokemon) or elements (Elementhunters). The same mentality is there from pokemon for Elementhunters "gotta catch em all" kind of deal. Elementhunters is a tad more serious because they are gathering in order to save their world from further destruction but if you like either check out the other.
Naruto Uzumaki is a young ninja who bears a great power hidden inside him, a power that has isolated him from the rest of his village. As such, his only dream is to become the Hokage - the most powerful ninja, and leader of the village; but first he needs to graduate! With his inability to perform even the most basic ninja techniques, it seems that all Naruto has going for him is his determination to succeed no matter what. Teamed up with the genius Sasuke, book-smart Sakura, and their team leader Kakashi, Naruto embarks on his quest to become the Hokage. But with outside forces posing a threat to the entire Hidden Leaf village, Naruto discovers that he must become much stronger if he ever wants to realize his dream and protect the friendships he's forged.
Ash and Naruto are both determined to make their dreams into reality, no matter what it takes. Both shows are full of battles, failures, hard-earned victories, and teamwork. If you've had enough of one cast for a while, switch over to the other show! There's enough episodes between the two of them to get you through both series without burning out. ;)
Loved the story line, and it was all the rage when i first started at University in 2009!!! Yes, all the university students inthe dormitory on my floor watched this religiously and I can understand why. Its also why I am now still hooked on Naruto: Shippuuden, just waiting for enough anime to be released so i cn mass download.