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Long ago the infamous Gol D. Roger was the strongest and most powerful pirate on the seas. As he was about to be executed he revealed that he hid all of his wealth, including the legendary treasure known as One Piece, on an island at the end of the Grand Line - a treacherous and truly unpredictable sea. Monkey D. Luffy is a spirited, energetic and somewhat dim-witted young man with a very big dream: to find One Piece and become the Pirate King! However Luffy is no ordinary boy, as when he was younger he ate one of the Devil's Fruits and gained its power to become a Rubber Man. Now in this grand age of pirates Luffy sets out to gather a crew and sail to the most dangerous sea in the world so that he can fulfill his dream... and maybe even his appetite!
Fairy Tail and One Piece resemble each other in a lot of ways. They both focus heavily on friendship and how emotions for those you love can give that extra 10% you need to beat your opponent. One of the main characters in Fairy Tail, Natsu, also reminds me of Monkey D. Ruffy in a lot of sutuations. If you've only read one of them give the other one a try.
There characters are very similar and the plot and pacing can give you a feeling of deja vu at times.
Where are Fairy Tale and One Piece not similar. Luffy and Natsu both have remarkable power and take every challenge head on. They both are happy go-lucky guys who are optimistic about everything. When both mangas started out, both characters were without close friends but as the story went on, they gradually started to form a group of unbeatable friends with all sorts of powers.
Though the story's may differ, the atmosphere one gets from reading about how both Natsu and Luffy take on hardships is almost inspirational. The battles are intense and just freaking powerful. Each page is suspenseful in both mangas and everyone should jump aboard with Natsu and Luffy's adventure.
Aside from both being popular shounen manga, both One Piece and Fairy Tail are comedic adventure stories that are a bit wacky and good fun. Both Luffy and Natsu are very similar in their boundless confidence, massive appetite and slightly dim nature. If you like one, it's well worht trying the other.
Both male characters, Natsu and Luffy, are strong willed individuals who defy what people say and go beyond strangers expectations of them. They both love their friends and will protect them and they both are funny. All the other characters are funny and interesting to watch develop and both Fairy Tail and One Piece show the main characters building strength and getting stronger individually and as a whole. Both are about fighting bad guys too and neither are about simple humans, it's wizards or pirates.
Both are shounen series with good amount of action. Both series have strong "nakama" feelings where they will lay there lives to save the ones they love.
FT is based in magical world and OP is based in world of Pirates with powers that are not inferior to magic in any way.
While FT gets too much of boosts from Comrade power, One Piece keeps it in check which makes it possible to enjoy more and FT has good amount of ecchi out of which most isn't needed tbh.
If you liked one, You'll like other.
Both have superpowers, good humour, sweet actions scenes,goofy main characters, interesting characters and a storyline that makes you want to see the end, while you don't want it to end at the same time
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?
Do characters have auras? If so, the title character Naruto of (obviously) Naruto and lead character Natsu from Fairy Tail seem to have very nearly the same aura. Not personalities, mind you, though those are similar enough, but that indescribable quality that surrounds a person. Impossibly high energy, justice-seeking, loyal friends, somewhat stupid walking-disasters...yet somehow still loveable. If you can't get enough of that kind of guy, you won't get enough of Fairy Tail or Naruto.
Both are shonen action series.
There are tons of characters,fights and comedy. Fight to protect ones you love, with your friends. Nakama power at full throttle and some really excellent characters,
Naruto has Ninjas and FT has mages. Ft has great deal of fanservice though.
If you liked one, You'll surely like other.
as both have a very similar plotline of a boy trying to get stronger and be the best and protect his friends, it's a good suggestion for liking one for the other.
They are really exciting and fun to read. Along with their humor, great story lines, and amazing main characters, these are some of the best manga I have ever read.
they are both pretty similar in art style, both portray a bunch of characters for you to like all with their own personalities and special abilities, both have a time jump, both have a very loud out going main character, both feature a bunch of diffrent special powers, both are about fighting.
i could go on really.
Three years ago, Siva, an adventurer specializing in using monsters fought a mighty Dragon Ape and managed to seal him in human form. In the present, Keel is travelling from place to place searching for Siva to force him to remove the seal keeping him trapped in his current state. Hoping to find some clues he approaches Ravi, another monster user, but when she informs him that Siva has been missing for the last two years, it seems that Keel’s search may not be as easy as he had hoped. After discovering that with Ravi’s magic, Keel is able to temporarily unlock his power and transform his right arm back to its natural state, they decide to form a party. Now, Keel, Ravi, her pig-devil companion Mippy and their new acquaintance, the magic warrior, Blue, are setting off on an adventure to find Siva and beat whatever monsters cross their path along the way.
Buster Keel! and Fairy Tale are a lot alike in the main characters. Natsu solves his problems with fists and that's just how Keel likes to do it. Keel is a monster type with a heated temper and can summon about a fourth of his powers in order to destroy the opponent. Natsu is similar in that he gets angry and can summons his power destroy the opponent. Both early on formed a group of friends with each others weakness as there strength. Though just like Natsu, Keel also has a friend-hate relationship with a person in his group.
Another resemblance is that the girls who join the group in each manga are very much alike. Their powers are similar and each has that happy attitude that we all love so much.
Action-packed manga with tons of enemies and fight scenes. If you haven't read these 2 manga yet, well then I think you should be doing that right now.
If your a fan of Fairy Tail or Buster Keel it is highly likely you'll love the other. Once reading a few chapters of either series striking similarites in the plot, characters and development, artwork and dialouge start to emerge.The comedy in both series are almost identical.
1. The strong-dragon-like-idiotic-hero meets pretty blond magic user and her cute companion.
2. The three embark on a journey and meet ice/water melee user.
3. Form party and the ARCH NEMISIS APPEARS.
Sound familiar? Both series follow to this plot outline, even down to the tatoo on the protagonist's arm.
Guaranteed, if you liked one series you'll love the other.
Buster keel Is VERY similar to Fairy Tail, so similar that I'm getting suspicious BK started off as a FT ripoff... I mean, the plot, the main character, the type of humor, the fights, the universe and even the artwork, everything feels very similar, if you can get pass those similarities and you're looking for similar adventures, look no further, you won't be dissapointed, but don't expect innovative plotlines.
Both stories are about a group of monster hunters. The group in each case has a very similar construction; A self-centered, very strong character with dragon related abilities, a similarly strong rival with ice/water capabilities, a beautiful girl, and a small mascot monster. The adventures, charaters, artwork, and overall atmosphere of both series are very much alike.
Haru Glory lives peacefully on Garage Island with his sister. One day, Haru fishes a strange dog-like creature named Plue out of the ocean, and soon after meets its master, an old man named Shiba. With this man comes terrible news: the world is in peril, for the evil organization Demon Card is attempting to conquer it with power-giving stones known as Dark Bring. To combat this threat Shiba has spent much of his life fighting back with Rave, a Holy Bring; and the Ten Commandments, a sword it powers. When members of Demon Card arrive at the island, Shiba discovers that Rave and the Ten Commandments will now only respond to Haru, making the young boy the new Rave Master. Armed with newfound power, Haru and Plue set forth to put a stop to Demon Card.
Big fan of Hiro Mashima's work, the creator of Rave Master, Fairy Tail, Monster Soul, and Monster Hunter Orage. The story are excellent, well enough to make you hooked or become a fan of Hiro. I admits that I am big fan of him, hard to not be a fan of him. Since his work are popular for reason. May not be the best, but still mighty interesting story. The art is another reason why I am a fan. All of his works has comdey, romances, drama, fantasy and most of all plenty of actions that most of people craves. So stop wasting your time on reading this, and start reading his work if you havn't done so.
These are pretty much identical. They were both made by Hiro Mashima, so it isn't surprising. The characters are so similar that I feel like I'm reading a continuation of either story. Plue even makes an appearance in Fairy Tail. Both are filled with action, so if you like one, you will like the other.
One of the most epic manga, ever. It's incredible how Hiro Mashima could create a so exciting characters that made the history of mangas. In fact, there are a lot of links of Rave also in Fairy Tail (like Plue).
Both mangas come from the same artist and have in many ways a very similar feeling when you read them not to mention that the main character and story develops in an interesting way.
In Elfenland, where monsters are a constant target of bounty hunters, live Aki, Touran, James and Mamii, a group of extremely powerful humanoid monsters known collectively as “Black Airs”. Despite their desire to live in peace, with hefty prices on their heads and immense strength, Black Airs is a prime target for money-hungry humans and jealous monsters alike. With the likes of rebellion groups attempting to scout them and three-headed beasts seeking revenge, will Black Airs ever be able to live quietly in a world where humans and monsters coexist in harmony?
From the same Mangaka, these two adventure tales are very similar, I'd say too much alike. The concept is entirely the same in both mangas, the main characters are basically the same (a character that randomly strips down, a pet, a luffy-like main character, etc). The only difference is the universe the group of adventures are in. In Fairy Tail it's a world of Magicians and Monster Soul is a world of Monsters. In my opinion Monster Soul felt a bit too shallow and plotless so give it a go only if you want a fun quick read.
If you like Hiro Mashima's style then you'll enjoy both of these. Both manga are about a group of extremely powerful individuals who make up an infamous group. They also both share the same style of comedy and action.
Monster Soul is similar to Fairy Tail, while it may have something to do with the author being the same, both are about a group of friends that go up against the odds to fight for the justice they believe in.