Toudou Gakuen is no ordinary high school. There, during the Meiji Restoration, fighting masters were forced to gather from all over Japan to re-establish the martial arts. Amongst the student body is a group of immensely powerful fighters who maintain order through absolute power. This "Enforcement Group" is locked in a feud with the Jyuuuken Club over matters of love and death. Now, two newcomers have disturbed the order of this school, becoming entangled in this vicious feud. Caught between sexy babes and terrible powers, the battle to be the strongest begins!
With the threat of the Demon King thwarted, the three warring academies of Kanto are enjoying an unusual state of peace. Having secured their alliance with Seito academy, Hakufu, Koukin, and Ryomou are now free to spend their time earning money to participate in upcoming tournaments. That is, until the surprising appearance of an old foe, the emergence of a new ally, and the revelation of an old friend's identity threaten to turn the schools against one another again.
Both animes have great fights, ecchi, comedy elements and dark story behind jokes. Both animes have big brested girls and abnormaly strog mans, but that is cool.
The both anime have GOOD fighting scenes and THE tERRITORIAL FIGHT is really cool schools fighting like gangs only for territory............. Panty Shots also are both in the two animes ^^
At St. Mihailov Academy, strange things are happening. Not only did the dean disappear, leaving his daughter Tomo and adopted daughter Mafuyu alone, but girls in the nearby city are being killed by an unknown foe. However, the blades begin to fly when a Russian boy named Sasha arrives. He is a Qwaser, a person able to manipulate the elements after ingesting Soma, breast milk, and he’s not the only one. Soon Tomo and Mafuyu find themselves in the middle of a battle between two groups of Qwasers whose goal is to protect or steal the Theotokos of Tsarytsin. With more allies and enemies arriving, who will survive the assault?
Both series shares an amount quantity of elements. They are "shonen series", that means: young girls from highschool fighting between them with high level martial arts and superpowers, and losing their dresses in combat. But the most important common factor is the high ecchi level, which is almost mature content in ocassions. Is difficult to find in any of them a scene without close ups boobs or underwear or some kind of (barely explicit) sexualy sugesttive material.
If you liked one then you'll like the other because both feature highschool aged people fighting with martial arts/superpowers and in the person of the fighting the one or more of the female characters end up losing a portion of their clothing. The ecchi in both series is probably the biggest draw point and the actual fighting comes in second so if you liked one then you'll like the other.
Koushi Inuzuka wants to be a prosecutor. He has excellent grades, good morals and is very popular. However, his father is a talented martial artist who wants Koushi to follow in his footsteps, and he is hiding an important secret! When Koushi was younger, he was betrothed to the daughter of his father’s rival: Momoko, the strongest bride in the world! She’s cute, devoted, and a talented martial artist; and with Koushi’s father’s blessing, she is now the newest member of the Inuzuka household – much to Koushi’s dismay! Now, all Koushi wants to do is live a normal life and become a great prosecutor… but with two martial artists to deal with, can he keep his path – and sanity – intact?
Both TT and Sumomomo are basically about martial arts and fighting. There is some love, drama and romance in both series too, and school is the backdrop of most of the events. It's the good moves and ass kicking that really gets these anime going!
Both anime have alot of fighting in it,on top of that both main characters have a girl after them that they themselves don't like at all.
Yusuke Urameshi was a normal middle school punk until he was hit and killed by a car, while saving a child. His selfless action earned him the right to gain his life back and serve as a detective of the spirit world, keeping the world of the living safe from a myriad of demons. But being reborn has its price: Yusuke must hatch a spirit beast that will develop according to his actions, and if he doesn't act in a good and honest manner, it will eat his soul. Can Yusuke protect the human and spirit worlds and still manage to save himself in the process?
Both YYH and Tenjho Tenge are fighting anime based on crazy powers and fancy moves. Though the motivation behind the characters is different, I think you'll enjoy the fighting scenes in both anime.
Granted, the plots of these animes are very different, but the feeling and adrenaline rushes you get from watching them are equally enjoyable. The action and the fighting scenes are wonderful and it's also nice that nothing in these animes seem to be extremely personal, such as the past of Kenshin or Sasuke. They are both straight to the point and really exciting.
Ishiyama High is home to a whole host of delinquents, including Oga, a legendary badass who's downright devilish. One day Oga finds a man floating down a river, after which the man splits open to reveal a baby inside – but it’s no ordinary baby! The cute tot is actually Beelzebub, the future king of the demons! And as Oga is as mean as they come, Beelzebub latches on to its newfound 'father', much to the other demons' dismay. Now, in addition to battling rival gangs and becoming the strongest delinquent around, Oga must buy diapers, comfort and carry around an annoying baby who's more of a devil than he is!
If you like one show, you are bound to like the other because both of them are ecchi action comedies. Both shows have main characters who attend delinquent schools and fight to the top of their school, which grades seem to relate more to power level than academic level.
The difference between the two is that Beelzebub focuses much more on the comedy aspect than action and has much less to do with actual combat and martial arts.
Tenjho Tenge is focused on martial arts and action, maintaining a balance between the two and delving in to much more serious aspects, rather than comedic one-hit-knock-outs.