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In an age when samurai enhanced their bodies mechanically, a great war broke out. After the war's end, these "Bandits" (having become mere robbers) have lost their samurai code and now rob villages for their rice and women. The peasants of Kanna Village are filled with despair and agree to hire some samurai to retaliate, but with only rice in their food stores and no money to offer, it seems that time is running out. Now, the villagers must set out to look for samurai willing to accept such a deal -- but are there still such men that abide by the samurai code, and protect the weak?
Both anime have a young upstart hero with a strong sense of right and wrong. They both have to battle an evil that is far beyond what they think they ca handle at first.
Both have it so that there are many characters in a party fighting together at any given point almost. If you like hero type anime, and adventure then this is the one for you!
What if roller skates had high power engines that enabled the skaters to do stunning new tricks that defy gravity? What if you saw a beautiful girl effortlessly glide through the air with them? To Ikki, this is reason enough to secretly borrow a pair of Air Treck skates, and step into an underground world filled with gang fights and strange customs. Enamored with high-flying stunts and the flirtatious Simca, Ikki forms an Air Treck gang of his own and starts a life of fighting rival gangs and flying over the rooftops, chasing the girl always one kick ahead of him.
To prove yourself have always been a tought business. But even after that, there are still people who won't look at you the way you desire. Bot Air Gear and Tower of Druaga: the Aegis of Uruk follow the same theme. Ikki from Air Gear and Jil from Tower of Druaga are able to prove themselves in the long run for, not to say, a little cheap price. The difference between the two, however, is that Ikki succeeds in making his dream come true without losing anything, while Jil is left behind by the person he believed in the most. After all both anime have an open end and maybe will continue soon enough with a second season!
As the island of Lodoss braces against a new assault by the Marmo and their new allies, the fate of the land falls into the hands of Spark, an inexperienced young knight. As aging legends Ashram, Kashew, Parn and Deedlit begin to fade, a new generation of heroes will have to arise to keep Lodoss from being torn apart by conflict.
Both series are based on RPG and have fantastic events.
Both series have their own games(btw, tower of druaga is a mmorpg and record of Lodoss war is a board game).
Fantastic creatures like dragons, elves, dwarves atc.
Shuugo and Rena think they're just two siblings who got lucky and won two 'special' characters in the MMORPG The World, but mystery is afoot! What is the truth behind the characters they've been given? What is the 'Twilight' that has worried the game's most powerful? The answers lie in Shuugo's bracelet, as well as the power to save his sister from a fate worse than death!
Being bases on fantasy games is the first similarity to note, aside from that they both have a fair share of comedy balanced off by the more fantastical elements, and to top it off the underdog character, who you can root for (but sometimes annoys you).
In Sternbuild City, corporate logos not only cover billboards, but also the costumes of the super-powered heroes that act as its protectors. Veteran and newcomer warriors of justice alike compete in a reality TV show that offers points for apprehending criminals while giving champions' sponsors a chance to promote their brand. When the low-ranking Wild Tiger loses his backing after a string of outrageous, botched rescues, he finds himself paired with an up-and-coming spotlight-seeker called Barnaby. But with their wildly different personalities, will the pair be able to save their beloved Sternbuild City and win the game show, or will their constant tension be the undoing of the world's first hero team?
Both series are parodies of some sort, and at the same time are actually telling a story that is themed like the shows they're parodying; very good stories, too. Packed with good humour and drama that balance each other out, both Tiger & Bunny and Tower of Druaga 1st season offer something new and not new at the same time, which on its own is refreshing enough. Add good music and charming character design to the mix and you get two anime that shouldn't be disregarded before even giving them a try. So, without further ado, let me say the well known sentence around us people who reccommend stuff to other people: 'If you've liked one, check out the other!' :D