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?
A few years have passed since Hamna Baki has last seen his father, and the time has come for him to reclaim his honor. Before he has the chance to fight Hamna Yujiro, the Shinshinkai Organization decides to hold a tournament to find the strongest man in the world. Luckily, the prize is not just a large gold belt, but the chance to fight Yujiro! Will Baki survive both the psychotic monsters and martial arts masters at this tournament of legends? And most importantly, will Baki ever defeat The Beast, his father?
With a history of leading a motorcycle gang and getting bad grades in school, why would 22 year old Onizuka ever want to become a teacher? Is it to educate young minds or spread the joy of education? Sure, if it involves being able to look up high school girls' skirts! Watch as this would-be educator uses his own life lessons and unconstituted methods as a means to control a delinquent class of students -- students who certainly aren't as happy to have him as a teacher as he is happy to be teaching...
Without a doubt GTO is an awesome anime; it's hard to find an anime with the same feel. It may not be exact, but I'd say Yu Yu Hakusho comes pretty close. Simply because they share that same school punk feel.
GTO is a bit more serious, and has far less fantasy aspects than Yu Yu, especially in its later episodes; but the titles share some similarities such as the attitude of the protagonists, their school lives, and the art style. If you liked one, give the other a try.
Shirahama "weak legs" Kenichi is a typical high school student with typical problems: he's frequently bullied and tends to run away in the face of his enemies. Things change when Kenichi meets Furinji Miu, whose grandfather runs a dojo; and not knowing what he's getting himself into, he signs up to become a disciple. As Kenichi's life-threatening training continues and he becomes more and more powerful, he inadvertently becomes the target of the deadly gang called Ragnarok. With mental and physical challenges ahead, can Kenichi survive his encounters with Ragnarok, or will the masters of his dojo get to him first?
Both center around fighting and trying to improve one's self. Also both have fairly likeable male leads who occasionaly do idotic things for honor. They also both have decent romantic subplots. Add a wild cast of supporting characters with interesting martial arts styles and you have two very entertaining anime.
With plenty of demons still after the magical Shikon no Tama shards, Inuyasha and Kagome continue their search bravely. But when one of those shards awakens Menomaru, the son of the strong demon Hyoga who was sealed away by Inuyasha’s father, they run into a power far greater than any before. Even after mastering the ultimate attack of the demon sword Tetsusaiga, can Inuyasha do what his father couldn’t and finish off this monstrous demonic power, or is every soul in the world doomed to be consumed by it?
I think both animes have a lot in common, both have an almost preapocalipticcal story, both deal with desperate scenes, and i think i've even seen a part really resembling yusuke at Inuyasha while watching the movie. Any way, if you liked one, you'll probably like the other one, since both deal with supernatural powers, and have really arogant protagonists.
Hiro Hiyorimi is a boy who moved to the city to live with his sister; but as he was walking around town one day, he sacrificed himself to protect a girl from being hit by falling beams, and subsequently lost his life. Her name is Hime, and she is a princess who has the power to revive the dead with the flames of life. In return for reviving Hiro, he must work as a servant to protect her from any harm that comes her way. Yet even though Hiro now has a partially immortal life, his flames of life must be recharged daily or he will die yet again. Hime’s life is targeted by her siblings because the throne of the royalty is at stake, so Hiro must step up as a faithful servant to protect her life at all cost!
a high school boy loses his life while trying to save someone else, and is post-mortemly thrown into a world where magic and monsters are a reality.
the feel of the two series are different, but given the common conditions surrounding the male protagonists, they share some similarities - both are worth a watch!