Many years have passed since Jonathan Joestar stood up to the evil forces of Dio. Now, in the present, Joseph, Jonathan's grandson, lives with his grandmother Erina and has the occasional scuffle with a thug. But after the pair is informed that Erina's long lost friend Robert E. O. Speedwagon has been murdered, Joseph finds himself in the midst of an ongoing battle with the most powerful of foes: Santana, ACDC, Cars and Wham, four ancient warriors who have been resurrected by the Nazis for their own nefarious purposes!
Manly, muscly martial artists that aren't afraid to cry, masters of ancient techniques that are as deadly as they are ridiculous. Both manga contain this and copious amounts of 80's cheese, weird fasion and lots of action. The pages are filled with blood and gore and manly men flexing.
These manga are like two peas in a pod, and if one of them managed to entertain you with it's mixture of blood, tears and melodrama you should do yourself a favour and check out the other one.
Kiichi is a young high school boy who enjoys fighting more than anything. With incredible strength and abilities, Kiichi is feared by his peers and targeted by many a delinquent thug. But despite his reputation, the teen is far from malicious and wants to use his skills to become the next Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan; and with his father teaching him the advanced techniques of Nadashinkage - the art of life and death - he’s well on the way to being far more than a common street brawler. Now, with his goal set firmly in his sights, Kiichi aims to fight stronger and tougher opponents for both the sake of his own pleasure and to gain the strength he needs to make his dream come true.
Both manga have few similarities in them.
Both series feature Manly Man who strive for fights with strong opponents and are not afraid of Death in battle. Both Main chars ahave ancient Martial arts techniques that control Life and Death of one person(It can either kill someone or Heal someone).
And as usual lots of fights and Blood