Silver, from the moment he was born, was destined to be a hunting dog. Named for the silver stripe on his body, his fate is sealed when his father is killed by the ferocious bear Akakaboto -- to be the one who kills Akakaboto. From that moment on, he vows to grow up, to become a strong enough dog, to slay the bear who stole his father's life.
Buck is a dog who lives a happy life with a human family; though he is only a mongrel, he is wiser and stronger than the average dog. However, Buck’s life changes forever when he’s sold by the family’s gardener – a man he trusted – to become a work dog in the Gold Rush. Betrayed, Buck is forced to pull heavy sleighs away from his loving family. Can he survive in his new role and regain his trust in humans once more?
I have to say both are good where Call of the Wild is the realistic one as like as a record of history itself. Silver Fang then again is great with a lot cool moves and a lot plot changes to keep you on your toes. Well, guess Silver Fang is pretty much same as any shounen anime, protagonist characters are just mainly animals.
Now why you should watch this one? Because both can be considered classics that are made with great effort. The Call of the Wilds doesn't have anything as outstanding as Silver Fang but it doesn't have anything bad either. A realistic work with average plot is not half bad for a change.
After former motorcycle gang leader Yajima Kintaro saves the life of the Yamato Construction Company's CEO, he is offered a job working for the company. However, when it becomes apparent that a corrupt faction of the company is trying to gain full control, Kintaro's moral and physical strengths become more useful than the CEO ever imagined. As he works his way up the career ladder Kintaro is forced to deal with many problems, from confrontations with Yakuza bosses to preventing the collapse of a tunnel. But can an uneducated and rowdy person really make it as a salaryman?
Your probably wondering what a show about dogs fighting bears and a show about salarymen struggling against the bureaucracy have in common? Manly tears, and also both share a very extreme sense of comradarie. They have both have pretty bad animation too, although in the case of Gin it was because of the age of the series.
Kiba is a wolf, one of the last of his kind, and his dream is to find Paradise in a world torn asunder by war. Cheza, the legendary Flower Girl, can lead him to Paradise, but there are others who desire her, and help from other wolves at his side may not be enough. Driven by his noble spirit, he will not forsake his quest.
Do characters have auras? If so, the title character Naruto of (obviously) Naruto and lead character Natsu from Fairy Tail seem to have very nearly the same aura. Not personalities, mind you, though those are similar enough, but that indescribable quality that surrounds a person. Impossibly high energy, justice-seeking, loyal friends, somewhat stupid walking-disasters...yet somehow still loveable. If you can't get enough of that kind of guy, you won't get enough of Fairy Tail or Naruto.