A thousand years ago the evil Arago threatened to conquer all of humanity, but his plan fell short when a mystical holy warrior succeeded in sending him back to the Netherworld. In order to prevent the return of the evil lord the man separated Arago's indestructible armor and scattered the pieces. Now, centuries later, five young friends receive the magical samurai armor and become gifted with special weapons and abilities. The task of stopping Arago and his minions from once again unleashing chaos into the world rests in their hands. Will these young warriors be able to thwart his diabolical plan for revenge, or will they succumb to the evil desires brought out by the armor?
In a world where Gods reincarnate themselves into the bodies of humans, Athena is the Guardian of Earth. Together with her 88 Saints, she must protect the Earth against other gods whose sole purpose is to take over her position and extend their realm; it has been so for thousands of years. In this age, Athena, along with her Bronze Saints Seiya, Shiryu, Ikki, Hyoga and Shun, will have to counter the evil plans of a traitor amongst her midst who rejects her identity and nominates himself as the sole lord of Athena’s Saints. Being the only ones behind the true Athena, Seiya and the others will have to battle their way through countless Saints to unmask this impostor.
Ronin Warriors and Saint Seiya share many common aspects. There are 5 main warriors in both series, and all of the warriors wear armors/clothing that gives them special powers and abilities. The main difference is that Saint Seiya relates to Greek Mythology whereas Ronin Warriors deals with the Japanese culture. I can assure you that if you liked one you're definitely going to want to take a look at the other!
Both series are about a small group of warriors who wear magical armor, said armor not only provides special protection but it also allows them to make magically empowered attacks. The characterizations of the characters in each series are also remarkably similar.
Ronin Warriors and Saint Seiya have many characteristics in common. Both have 5 main heros that have special armors that gives them power to defeat thier enimes.
The differences between them is that Saint Seiya is about the cosmos, each armor has a diffrent attribute, while Ronin Warriors tends to have the elements of the earth. They each have diffrent story plots but if you are one of the old school anime wachers then if you liked one you would like the other.
Saint Seiya and Ronin warriors are both about groups of 5 warriors who get their power from the suits of armor that they wear. Both series aired in the late 80's and the animation style is also very similar.
En, Kai, Shin, Yoku and Ryu were five ordinary students at Sankai High School - that is, until the alien Brave Seijin forced them to become the heroes known as Dagwon to defend planet Earth! Aliens from the space prison Sargasso have targeted the world, and since there's no time to summon Dagwon from the aliens' home planet, the duty falls upon these five unassuming teens. With newfound mecha power and animalistic machines, Dagwon will defend Earth from mummifying monsters, giant ants, and more!
Both series are about a group of five young men who don armor with mystic powers to fight against the forces of evil. Each young man is tied to a specific element (fire, in the case of both groups' leaders). There are also paralells in how the members of each group don't get along all that well at first, and similarities in the appearance of the armors in both shows.
Peace Maker Kurogane takes place in Kyoto in the late 19th century, during the height of the conflict between the Shinsengumi, a shogunal police force, and its enemy, an anti-government faction called the Choshu. This tale follows a young boy named Ichimura Tetsunosuke who is desperate to join the Shinsengumi and avenge his parents' deaths by the hands of the Choshu. But in the midst of the bloodshed, will he be strong enough to survive?
Take a step away from a fantasy setting of Japan and look into a more history-based setting of Japan. Peace Maker Kurogane follows the story of a young boy named Tetsunoske as he tries to join the Wolves of Mebu to avenge his killed parents. As he runs around trying to earn respect from the Wolves his older brother Tatsunoske goes crazy trying to protect his brother from the dangers in the world.
Deep in the center of the universe, the galactic energy which controls all living things has become weak, causing plants, stones, and living beings to turn into deadly monsters. With time running out, only one woman has the ability to save the universe: the moon princess Aurora. Along with the cyborg Jan Cogo, hungry Hakka and brainiac Jogo, she sets out to the Great King planet to restore the galactic energy and save the galaxy!
Both these series are typically shounen - action series aimed at young boys - with all the cool hero aspects you'd come to expect. You've got a group of heroes, each with his specific characteristics, armour, weapon and, of course, colour. The heroes of both series battle to save humanity from an evil threat that is poised to destroy all that we know and love, so if you're going for that classic 'Power Rangers' feel, both Ronin Warriors and StarZinger will satisfy you.