One Piece

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Air Gear

Air Gear

Move over, roller skates! The self-propelled, high-tech trick skates known as Air Treck have taken the world by storm. Itsuki ‘Ikki' Minami is a boy who'd love to get his hands on a pair of Air Trecks so he can fly through the sky like the beautiful girl he's seen over the rooftops, but he's left instead with being beat up by brutal, Treck-wearing ‘storm rider' gangs like the Storm Saders. However, Ikki's life changes forever when he discovers that his caretakers, the lovely Noyamono sisters, are actually members of a storm rider gang called the Sleeping Forest. They give Ikki his first pair of Air Trecks, and the rest is history. With new wings that allow him to soar like a bird, Ikki finds himself drawn into the underground world of the storm riders where battles, hot girls and fame await him. What Road will Ikki choose?

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AlmightyHanakoChan AlmightyHanakoChan says...

Both One Piece and Air Gear revolve around a teenage boy entering a world where he is relatively unheard of and aiming for the top. Both are based around a group of seven main characters (though in One Piece's case, that number grows over time). Both have the theme of teams/crews and put a lot of focus on teamwork.

Dororo

Dororo

One day, a man entered a temple that housed forty-eight statues possessed by demons and made a deal: in exchange for ultimate power, they could each take a piece of his soon-to-be born son. Soon after the child came into the world and the demons held up their end of the bargain; the man then left the crippled child in the river to die. Found by a kind doctor, the boy grew older with the help of prosthetic limbs and enhanced senses, but soon demons began to follow him, and the boy - who his new father named Hyakkimaru - left to find a way to complete himself. He searches for the forty-eight demons; each one he vanquishes returns a piece of his body. Alongside the child thief Dororo, Hyakkimaru travels from place to place, hoping to one day become whole.

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Rilkar Rilkar says...

Most of the chapters of Dororo end with our heroes being told to leave the village that they just saved from demons. When I noticed this I immediately thought of how Luffy's pirate crew in One Piece has to leave the island that they just saved from bad pirates at the end of every arc. And their both shounen action manga. If you like one you should read the other.

Magico

Magico

In a vast world, Emma, a girl with something lurking inside her, meets the magician Shion!!! What is the "Magico" ritual that will bind them together?! Even if they risk their lives to tread a path of thorns...!!

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JAhU JAhU says...

The only real similarity between those two series (I can think of), is that they both feature an extremely powerful, but a bit dumb protagonist who is actually good at heart and who can't pass those in need without helping them. There surly are some other similarities, but what I wrote in the first sentence and my "gut feel" will have suffice this time. What I'm trying to say is that, you might enjoy one of those if you liked the other.

Tower of God

Tower of God

Fame. Glory. Power. Anything in your wildest dreams is possible when you reach the top of the Tower of God. Those lucky enough to be chosen by the tower ascend each floor in hopes of fulfilling their dreams, but to succeed, they must complete dangerous and deadly tests along the way. But there are others who can enter the structure on their own free will; these "irregulars" are feared by many and are said to leave chaos and change in their wake. Twenty-Fifth Baam is one such irregular who begins to climb the Tower of God in hopes of reuniting with his childhood friend Rachel, but as he soon discovers, this perilous path will put him in the crosshairs of fierce competitors, untrustworthy rivals and terrifying monsters, and he might not make it out alive...

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JtkBasketball JtkBasketball says...

Both of these mangas have gigantic worlds that seem like they can supply a limitless story (TOGs world is bigger). They also jump around following the many characters throughout the story. These are both amazing mangas that make you wish you could leave this world and join theirs. If you like one, the odds are high that you will like the other. 

Beelzebub

Beelzebub

Ishiyama High is home to a whole host of delinquents, including Oga, a legendary badass who's downright devilish. One day Oga finds a man floating down a river, after which the man splits open to reveal a baby inside – but it’s no ordinary baby! The cute tot is actually Beelzebub, the future king of the demons! And as Oga is as mean as they come, Beelzebub latches on to its newfound 'father', much to the other demons' dismay. Now, in addition to battling rival gangs and becoming the strongest delinquent around, Oga must buy diapers, comfort and carry around an annoying baby who's more of a devil than he is!

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thor123 thor123 says...

If you like OP or Beelzebub, you might like the other because they both have great humor (sometimes absurd), good action, and superpowers. They're also both shounen manga