Both deal with sword fighting. Burning Hell incredibly short but also a very amusing read. They both contain epic fight scenes (while Gamaran's are much more 'beautiful', BH's are very, very intense). If you like one, you'd definitely like the other. Not to mention, both have dry humour.
Rurouni Kenshin is the story of a revolutionary patriot fighting to conceal his bloody past in the new Meiji era of Japan. Battosai Himura's role in the revolution was so infamous that it earned him the title ‘Hitokiri' (Manslayer). To put that fearful name and his past behind him, Himura returned to his original name of Kenshin, reversing the blade on his sword to make it non-lethal, swearing to never take another life and beginning again as an ordinary rurouni (wandering samurai). He meets Kaoru Kamiya, a spirited girl who runs the local dojo and is the first of several friends to accept him for who he is, not who he was. But Kenshin's past will not leave him alone, and with old rivals remerging, groups attempting to shatter the hard earned peace, and those with desire to face the legendary Battousai, all chasing after Kenshin, can he protect those he cares about and still maintain his oath?
Both titles are incredibly epic. Both involve samurai sword fights and nobleness. While Gamaran is more focused on the fight techniques, Kenshin is more about the relationships that develop between its characters. Both are an incredible read.
Shi-Woon is desperate. He's constantly bullied and getting beat up at school by a gang of thugs, and is on the verge of suicide. Sick of being weak and helpless, the boy turns to the only person he knows who can help: Chun-Woo, a powerful martial artist and also his new teacher. But Chun-Woo won't take Shi-Woon under his wing so easily, and little does the teenager know about how his would-be mentor acquired his fighting talents...
The Breaker and Gamaran involve boys who want to be much stronger in the martial arts. Both Shin-woo and Gama are laid back kids who leave their old life and enter a bigger world. They are willing to take on any challenge in order to gain respect and strength. With some comedy in both mangas, one feels these manga are side by side in action and kick butt awesomeness. With mass potential and interesting characters, I often ask myself why people haven't read these yet.
When Gangryong was in middle school, a powerful martial artist named Yoochun saved him from a group of bullies. Eager to become stronger, the boy begged Yoochun to train him; and after several years of preparation, the man finally agrees to teach him his special skill, Lightning Fist. But soon, Gangryong is approached by a seedy organization named Reunion with a message: Yoochun is dead by their hands, and as his successor, the boy must become a member of Reunion. Once he becomes as strong as his deceased mentor, Gangryong can know more about Yoochun's death. And so, the would-be martial artist heads to a special school for Reunion candidates, eager to fight foes and allies to prove his strength along the way.
Gamaran and Veritas are both fast paced, martial arts manga. The main similarity in these mangas are that Gangryong and Gama want to be the best. They both go up against opponents everyone thinks they cant beat just to enhance there martial arts. Gama enters a competition where he owns everyone and moves up in skill. Gangryong enters a school where he beats people and eventually develops his power on par with other high members. Action packed martial arts manga, it couldn't get much better.