The wealthy, famous Tony Stark of Stark Industries has plans to finally retire from his Iron Man persona, leaving the glory to a new kind of hero. However, when testing his newest development, Iron Man Dio, the suit malfunctions and goes berserk. What's worse, a mysterious monster that calls itself Scorpio, a mighty warrior of the Zodiac, nearly kills him. Retirement, it seems, is out of the question for Mr. Stark...
The above is a preliminary synopsis that will be updated once more episodes of the anime have been released.
Both shows are based on Marvel Super-Heroes, both being produced by the same studio, MADHOUSE... that's plenty of connection of recommend them equally.
Wolverine and Iron Man are the first two of Madhouse's four part attempt to bring classic Marvel characters to a Japanese audience. If you enjoyed the new adaptation of either character the other would be the obvious follow up.
Both are part of Marvel and Mad's team effort to bring the western comic heroes to a more modern japan.
i guess it does what it wants nd doesnt fail to attract the audience with flashy animation :)
Two superhero shows that feel as if they've been lifted right off of American TV; with similar elements tying these two together, if you liked one of these adaptations of a famous comic- give the other a try!
Both anime are adaptations of the Marvel comics and features a superhero that travels to Japan and fights against evil. Also they are similar in a lot of aspects so, if you liked one you'd like the other one too.
X-Men is another one in the MARVEL anime series. Another instance of classic Marvel characters in Japan, If you like the IroMan or Wolverine anime you must watch this.
X-Men and Wolverine are both anime adaptations of the Marvel comics. Also both are filled with action and involves people with superpowers so, if you liked one, you'd like the other one too.
Aside that Blade and Wolverine are anime adaptations of the Marvel Comics, you'd have a similar feeling when you are watching both of them. In both of them you have a guy with superpowers fighting against all types of enemies. So, if you like one, you'll like the other one.
In a future where genetic modification is commonplace and government is everything, vampiric 'Phage' are being hunted down like animals. Special elite agents, under the guidance of the Central Unification Office, are responsible for handling this so-called threat to the galaxy. Nineteen-year-old agent '044' is the organization’s most efficient killing machine; five years ago she was injected with a virus that gave her exceptional physical abilities at the expense of a highly-shortened life. Having already vanquished 120 Phage, 044 is nearing the end of her assignment: to take down the group's leader. However, after pursuing the target and also injuring the handsome Luka Bloom, 044 finds that she can't bring herself to kill him – a decision that brands her a traitor by her employer. Now, 044 must go on the run from not only the Phage, but also the organization that created her.
Both main characters possess abilities of great strength and are willing to fight for themselves through any and all odds. The action is both entertaining and engaging which happens to be the best thing about boths shows. Plots are decent but pretty meh honestly but the characters are worth sitting through the show if you like really strong badass leads that will tough it through anything. Both are by Madhouse so the animation and feel are very similar.