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Hazama Masayoshi is a successful model who's been enamored with righteous masked heroes since he was a child - so much that as an adult, he’s decided to become Samurai Flamenco: the masked hero of justice! But much to his dismay, the job isn’t as easy as it seems and during his first night as Samurai Flamenco, the man is knocked out and saved by police officer Hidenori Goto. Swearing to keep his secret, Hidenori quickly becomes Hazama’s friend and partner on the job, but soon the pair find themselves in a sticky situation. Not only is the media determined to discover Samurai Flamenco’s true identity, his actions also trigger copycats, flooding the city with other masked heroes!
Both series have a more down-to-earth take on superheroes (or masked heroes in Samurai Flamenco) and how they would function in modern society. Both have a male lead duo that exchanges a lot of banter back and forth, and neither is especially serious.
If you found one to be in good fun you might want to check the other one out.
Both of these are shows about super heroes in a real world setting. They both feaute a pair of male leads that have interesting dialogues between them. Also both shows take a more light hearted approach to the material with lots of humor.
If you like one then you should check out the other.
While it's hard to say for sure while Samurai Flamenco is still running, there's some definite similarities in tone and theme. What is a real hero? How can you balance being a hero with your life and normal responsibilities? Not to mention the way between heroes and their need to save people and elected officials.
Also, leads who must help everyone no matter how much trouble they cause.
Two guys--one serious and by-the-book, the other goofy but kind-hearted--team up together to fight crime! Before Samurai Flamenco even aired, I wondered if it was going to be similar to Tiger & Bunny. When I first started watching the show I thought I was mistaken. I don't want to spoil it, but they ended up being more similar than I expected. SamFlam is definitely more interested in parody, but otherwise both of these series share similar elements--the "buddy cop" relationship of the two leads, the mix of comedy, action and drama, the interest in how media would interplay with real-life superheroes, a strong supporting cast (some of which don't get nearly enough development), etc. Definitely a pair of superhero anime that are pretty similar--and both highly enjoyable, if flawed at times.
Both of these anime have a similar feel to them: Fun and wacky with some serious moments. They're both a great time... Action, comedy, superheros and yaoi undertones... What more could you want?
Saitama only became a hero for fun, but after three years of “special” training, he finds that he can beat even the mightiest opponents with a single punch. Though he faces new enemies every day, it turns out being devastatingly powerful is actually kind of a bore. Can a hero be too strong?
Both animè feature superheroes on the American comic book level, with villains & protagonist(s) fighting in every episode.
Tights & Masks for every soul! Yes, One-Punch Man is defnetely more violent, but both shows take Superpowers and Superhero character development to the next level.
Simon lives a boring life in the underground village of Jeeha, where his main job day in and day out is to dig tunnels. His close friend Kamina, however, longs to bust out of their oppressive existence and reach the surface world where open skies and adventure await! One day, during his usual digs, Simon discovers a robot with a big face buried amongst the rocks. No sooner has he shown Kamina his mysterious find when two beings from the surface crash land into Jeeha Village - one is a gun-toting woman calling herself Yoko and the other is a terrifying mecha piloted by a Beastman! Seeing their chance to escape village drudgery, Kamina rallies Simon and Yoko to defeat the invader using their new robot, Lagann. However, upon breaking out onto the surface world, Simon, Kamina, and Yoko encounter enemies more powerful than they could have envisioned. Their fight for adventure just turned into a war for the survival of the human race - will their lust for freedom hold out against such terrible odds?
Have you ever felt like the world would be a better place if certain people weren’t around? Such grim daydreams might occur when watching the dismal daily news, but on one fateful day, Light Yagami finds that these daydreams can become reality. By pure happenstance, he comes across a black notebook entitled "Death Note", whose text within states that whoever's name is written on its pages will die. With the aid of the death god Ryuk, Light takes it upon himself to rid the world of its corruption, ushering in a new era of purity one death at a time. But as Ryuk foretells, Light's actions will not go unchallenged...
Although maybe at first glance they don't seem familliar at all, there is one key simmilarity that connects Tiger & Bunny and Death Note together: that is the concept of the never-ending fight between law and crime, and the many different perspectives one can view them from that both shows offer us. Although the main perspective is offered by main characters, when all is taken into consideration, in the end it is left to the vewer to actually choose what is really this 'justice' everyone is trying so hard to defend and carry out. Oh, and a couple more things: both series have a very balanced plot that is at times too intense to bear, and although the character pallette and the mood seem completely different from one another, the basic feeling after cooling off the series is practically the same (at least to me). :D Nevertheless, I recommend to at least check out the other if you've watched one.
Batman: a name known throughout the streets of Gotham City, a name kids tell urban legends about and criminals fear. Batman continues to purge Gotham City from the filth that is roaming the streets. After having received Lt. Gordon’s complete trust, he is implicated in all kinds of police affairs, the first of which is the capture of the mysterious robber referred to as the "man in black". Through this ordeal and many others including an encounter with the Killer Croc and Scarecrow, Batman will try to find out more about the dark city’s underground and make his way to become Gotham’s Dark Knight.
OK, let's hear it at the beginning: Both series include masked heros of justice who are there to fight for the protection of their beloved city from crazed villans. There, I said it. Moving on. Both series include the main character whose parents have been killed by a murderer when they were very young and nowadays can no longer remember the murderer's face, so they decide to fight crime while at the same time investigating their parents' murder. Although Batman: Gotham Knight is and had to be far darker-themed and gloomier than Tiger & Bunny, the theme for both series is incredibly simmilar and the past and personalities of characters are also quite alike. On the other account, the animation of both seres has been tempered with and new things have been tried out; so if you're into that and pure masked avenger/hero action, I strongly reccommend it. :D