Earth is under attack from the alien invaders known as the Radam and is quickly losing the battle. With the planet’s finest defense, the space ring, being overrun without much opposition, mankind’s fate seems bleak. One of the few forces left to oppose the Radam are the Space Knights; but they are anything but successful. That is, until a mysterious man named Blade falls from the sky. Blade has the power to transform into a Tekkaman, one of the deadliest fighting forces in the universe – the very force that is leading the Radam onward! But unlike the other Tekkamen, Blade is obsessed with just one goal: defeating the Radam. Having lost his memory, he doesn't know why, but he knows he must stop them. With the help of the Space Knights he can begin uncovering his past, discovering who the Radam and the Tekkamen are, and of course, save Earth in the process!
Shou Fukamachi is just an average high school student,until one afternoon, Sho and his friend Tetsuro stumble upon what looks to be a landmine, which Sho accidentally activates. Instead of attacking and killing him, it grants him control of the Guyver, a powerful biological armor, which the evil corporation Chronos wants to take at any cost, even if it means killing Shou and his friends.
Both Tekkaman and Guyver deal with people who get their power by transforming into a super strong armored figure. Although that is also where perhaps the comparison ends, the feel of both shows is a bit similar. Though, Guyver is aimed at a slightly older audience then Tekkaman Blade.
Both shows also feature a lot of action and violence, with the hero continuously needing to fight more and more difficult odds and strong enemies.
Guyver and Tekkaman Blade are both quite old, as you can tell by their animation; however this does not deter from their storylines. Both series are similar in the way that an alien species has somehow created a form of bio-suit that can merge with humans' (possibly other creatures') bodies in order to increase their fighting potential tremendously. If you're interested in plots with creatures out to destroy the world, as well as an engaging back story with emotional aspects to the storyline, then either one of these is for you. Although these series aren't entirely similar in their storylines, they do share certain very similar aspects. It's worth checking them both out as they are valuable assets to anyone's collection.
Ah, the one fight that many mecha fans would like to see - Guyver vs Blade. It would be epic beyond proportion. That said chances are if you enjoy one of these you'll like the other, especially for the over the top action. Both Guyver and Blade are extremely powerful characters that fight to protect the Earth and their friends from various monsters and aliens. Tekkaman Blade does a better job at storytelling and handling emotion, while Guyver has a lot of interesting plot twists and ideals.
Tomoru Shindo yearns to become a pilot and taste adventure, but the rigid structure of his advanced society leaves him bored and wishing he was born into the chaos and romance of the past. This simple wish turns into reality when a chance encounter with a Dr Kanzaki gets him involved with the greatest conflict that will engulf Earth yet: the invasion of Earth by the alien race, the Evoluders. Dr Kanzaki was building an Evoluder whose data had reached Earth, and Tomoru finds that he can link to it and access its memories. Its name is Orgun, and seems to have a connection to Tomoru, and Tomoru's past...
Both has a story where a kind of aliens tries to invade the earth and at both cases is a one mecha who help it…
Both series feature a massively powerful alien invasion force which earth is unable to defeat and a powerful warrior who comes to save the day & is somehow connected to the alien invaders.
In the early 21st century, the emergence of an incurable condition known as B-cell growth led some of the affected to become "Sleepers" - people put under stasis until a cure could be found. Yuji Kaido is one such Sleeper who awakens, several decades later, to a horrifying new reality. Giant bugs known as Blue have invaded the Earth, eating everything - and everyone - in sight. Now, all Yuji can do is escape from the city with the ones who saved him from his inevitable death, and make their way towards Second Earth: mankind's new home in space.
Both of these series have a similar base setting: in future earth is being destroyed by unknown lifefoms and protagonist starts up as being modified against his will by the attacking side.
So if you liked Tekkaman Blade you'll definatelly enjoy Blue Gender as well.
In a dark future, the world is in ruin and everything is slowly crumbling away into dust. Humanity is almost extinct, while robots desperately seek out new parts to replace their rusting bodies. Their only hope for survival is to devour the one known as Casshern… or so they believe. Meanwhile, Casshern himself has lost all memory of his past. Why are these robots attacking him? Did he really kill the one known as Luna; the Sun that was called Moon? And why is he, alone, unaffected and undamaged by the ruin?
Lots of similarities between these two. Main characters Takaya "D-Boy" (Blade) and Casshern aren't exactly normal humans and both are very indifferent to their surroundings, but develop and change a lot. They're very powerful delivering fast paced and over the top action. Both shows heavily emphasize strong rivalries with villians that are very similar to the main characters, with Blade vs Evil, and Casshern vs Dio. Both shows feature gritty, grimdark, and post-apocalyptic settings with similar pacing. To top it all off, they share the same composer Kaoru Wada, his music in both is very similar and incredible. Fun note: Seiyuu Toshiyuki Morikawa (whom supposedly broke two mics with his voice during Tekkaman Blade) = Blade and Dio.
When Akito Tenkawa went looking for answers about his parents' deaths, he had no idea that he'd be indoctrinated into the spaceship Nadesico not only as a cook, but also as a mecha pilot – a job he wants nothing to do with! Alongside his childhood friend Yurika, stoic Ruri, otaku Gai and other misfit crewmates, Akito and the Nadesico crew find themselves in the middle of a brutal war against both the dreaded Jovian Lizards, and the military itself, who wants the civilian ship under their control...
If you liked Tekkma, then you're likely to enjoy Nadesico as well, they're both set on Earth / our Solar System and both involve huamand fighting aliens to defend our planet.
Both series have futureistic settings, and interessting characters who are developed nicely throughout the series.One difference though would be that Tekkaman has a relativeliy serious tone, wihle Nadesico is some what more humourous with a goofy female lead and all.