Ichigo Kurosaki is an average high school boy with a not-so-average ability to see spirits - something that hadn't affected his life much until a strange woman entered his room one day. Named Kuchiki Rukia, she's a shinigami who was sent from the spirit world to destroy a hollow - a dead-soul-turned-monster; and much to her surprise, Ichigo can see her. When the hollow suddenly attacks his family, Rukia intervenes and is injured in the process, leaving Ichigo to fight it himself. But when Rukia lends him her shinigami powers - which is forbidden - he inadvertently drains them away and has no way to return them. Now, Ichigo is a full-fledged shinigami who must juggle his studies with his newfound duty of fighting hollows; but having gained his powers through forbidden means, the spirit world isn't going to leave Ichigo alone. Ichigo and Rukia must keep their situation a secret from the other shinigami, or the consequences could be dire.
Allen Walker is not your average fifteen-year-old boy - he is an exorcist and a member of the Black Order, an organization charged by the Church with the elimination of Akuma. The Akuma are the minions of The Millenium Earl - an evil demon-like entity intending to cleanse the world by destroying the entire human race in the manner of Noah's great flood. Allen and the other exorcists are special people who are compatible with a substance named Innocence, which allows them to form Anti-Akuma weapons; and as such Exorcists are the only ones capable of fighting the Akuma. Allen and his friends must battle to save humanity from the Akuma and Earl's evil plans.
Bleach and D.Gray-man have similar concepts. The main characters in both mangas use weapons that free souls from demons. Hollows and Akuma are both pretty much born from the emotions of human beings (although Hollows are born from the person who dies, while Akuma are born from people who were close to the person who dies). The shows both deal with spirits and the dearly departed as well.
Both D.Gray-man and Bleach are primarily action based manga. Both also have a strong central character that works to protect people from the darker side of life, be they Akuma or Hollows. Both also thow a bit of comedy into the mix so if you like one then it's worth trying the other.
It's because they both contain supernatural stuff, and having fights between monsters, plus some places in both are very funny >_<
they've some similiar concepts ;
Exorcist - Shinigami
Innocence - Zanpakto
Akuma - Hollow
D.Gray-Man and Bleach, both have:
- a focus on shounen, action, fighting,
- an organization that fights agasisnt evil spirits.
In the world there are thirteen "rings of death" which, once collected, can be used to create "Zombie Powder": an elixir capable of granting immortality and restoring life to the dead. Many have tried to collect these dangerous rings which devour their wearers - and all have failed. John Elwood Shepherd is a young pickpocket who lives in one of the many small towns surrounded by the wasteland. When he meets Akatubi Gamma, a wanted criminal on a hunt for the rings; and his mysterious partner C.T. Smith, a highly-talented gunman; he is drawn into following the two in the hopes of saving his sister and having an adventure along the way!
Although the setting is quite different, I think fans of Bleach will enjoy Zombie Power, and vice versa. The art styles and general 'feel' are the same, since they're both done by Tite Kubo. They're both also very good shounen titles.
If you're a fan of Tite Kubo's work then you'll love both Bleach and Zombie Powder. Filled with tons of action and unique characters that make up a funtastic story on both ends.
what can i say? they are both done by the same artist, so they have similar artwork and senses of humour ;)
Kubo Tite left Zombie Power to start Bleach, so the styles are very similar. The character designs change slightly between the two, but Gamma and Grimmjow had to have shared the same mother... Both manga also have a storyline of a young protagonist out to save someone and the band of powerful individuals that surround him.
Since Zombie Powder and Bleach are written by the same mangaka, several parallels exist: art style, darker heroic setting, hero with unnatural characteristics and inhuman strength, large swords, etc. In some ways, Zombie Powder feels like the story of an older Ichigo. Why not see what you think?
Once, the ninja village of Konohagakure was attacked by an evil nine-tailed fox spirit. This demon slaughtered many people until the leader of Konohagakure, the 4th Hokage, sacrificed his life to seal the fox inside a newborn child - Naruto Uzumaki. Now, twelve years later, Naruto is a member of the Ninja Academy; but due to his past Naruto is shunned by the rest of the village, and since he has no friends or family he plays the part of class idiot to get attention. However, he is determined to gain respect by becoming the next Hokage - the most powerful shinobi in the village. With his apparent lack of abilities, will Naruto be able to realize his goal through determination alone?
If you like the kick-ass action of either Naruto or Bleach, then you are likely to enjoy the other. Both have a decent mix of action and comedy and generally have a similar vibe to them. If you like one, then check out the other.
For those who hate Bleach and love Naruto or hate Naruto and love Bleach. THEY ARE ALL IDIOTS.. >8D
Why? They are fighting at which manga is better. That is too stupid because they could have enjoyed both mangas without question.
Naruto is a good manga that nicely depicts ancient Japanese politics. [What? You don't know?] The depth of the story is amazing and the variety of fighting styles is vast.
Bleach is a good manga that shows exorcism through cool fighting. The theme of the manga richly displays Japanese culture and some Spanish on the side. [Or is it Mexican? O.O?] The story is high strung and the effect is top notch.
So quit fighting over some menial and degrading thing. I'd say the hate all came from the anime. They made the god darned fillers so terrible!
Both Naruto and Bleach are dramatic, with magical aspects to them (Jutsu for Naruto, and Shinigami for Bleach). They both involve fighting in the "good vs evil" way (Naruto vs Orochimaru, Ichigo vs Hollows). Both of the stories are dramatic, adventurous, and have comedy in them. Lastly both stories are almost divided into two parts-Naruto with Naruto Shippuden, and Bleach with slightly older char.s Bleach.
Action. Glorious cartoony violence, with all them fancy moves that shift 'em from methodical and realistic to awesome and cool. Both Naruto and Bleach are staples of the shounen genre and for good reason: Aside from the mentioned and essential action, both contain a good dose of comedy and serious moments that prelude those good ol' fight scenes. They have more plot than you'd expect of them and are good fun all-around.
Ga Rei is one of the great mangas that luckily caught my eye. The work done on this manga is magnificent and beautiful.
Bleach is one of the most read manga in Japan and al lot of effort is put into its procudtion on both anime and manga.
Ga Rei and Bleach both display stories about spiritual phenomena and exorcism. Bleach is more physical-fighting based while Garei uses and array of ways to exorcise ghost
Ga Rei did not catch the attention of most manga readers but i hope those that know of it check it out
Ga-Rei and Bleach are both manga combining the supernatural with action and comedy aplenty. They both have lead characters initially living in the regular, everyday world, but who eventually get sucked into supernatural affairs involving evil spirits of sorts (hallows in Bleach, spirits and demons in Ga-Rei). If you enjoyed one of these for their particular blend of plot elements, give the other a try!
If you like epic sword fighting adventures then Ares and bleach will have alot in commen for you!Although its more violent, Ares has no people with super powers and it shares alot of aspects with bleach that you'll see if you read it!