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Millennium Academy is–a school where elite vampires are trained to maintain balance in a world where humans and vampires, who possess far greater physical strength than their human counterparts, coexist. And commuting to this school is Aldred, the most distinctly un-vampire-like vampire to be found in the entire institution. But when Al encounters Kei, a human transfer student to the school, their destinies become intertwined, and the fate of their world as they know it comes to lie in their hands!
Both Soul Eater and Rust Blaster play with the idea of people being able to turn in to weapons. With Rust Blaster, transformation is a little different, though. But if you like fight scenes like that, then one manga is just as interesting as the other. Rust Blaster and Soul Eater also have the theme of not losing yourself, of fighting forces out of the character’s control and staying true to themselves. Although Soul Eater doesn’t have vampires in it, and Rust Blaster does, I think if you like one, you should give the other one a read. If Rust Blaster lovers are looking for something longer to read, check out Soul Eater. If Soul Eater lovers are looking for a something short and sweet, try Rust Blaster.
In both manga we have people who turn into weapons and are being used by companions in order to boost their powers. Although they're both action based, Rust Blaster is mainly about the relationship between vampire and human in a world where they coexist, in Soul Eater there's a stronger link between the two partners (soul resonance) and you'll read about funny demons, witches and shinigami.
Both dive into the supernatural with the idea of people turning into weapons to fight other characters, both have an interesting premise but this is where Soul eater does the development of this side much better however both of these manga are enjoyable and I could easily recommend one to the other. Especially if you like the typical shounen stories plus people turning into weapons is pretty cool. So if you liked one I would recommend you try the other xx
Both of these stories feature characters that are turned into weapons for one reason or another (usually to fight off some threat).
Soul Eater is a lot longer and therefore has more time to develop its characters, which is quite noticable when compared to Rust Blaster. Never the less, if you enjoyed reading one of these you might enjoy the other.
Both Soul Eater and Rust Blaster have quite a few similarities - people who turn into weapons, creatures from the horror genre, and schools for the 'unnatural' (for lack of a better word)
Fourteen years ago, the witches of the world waged war against humans and due to their immense power, many countries fell under their control. In order to combat this threat, the unharmed nations formed an organisation consisting of humans with special abilities known as the "Witch Hunters". Tasha Gospel is one such witch hunter who, under the codename Magic Bullet Marksman travels the land with his pumpkin-faced supporter, Halloween, taking on missions to defeat witches and earn his income. However, what Tasha really aims for is to locate his sister, Aria, who has been corrupted by the power of a magical hat and is now known as the Red Witch. But will he be able to take back his sister from the ones who stole her in the first place, and can he do it before the curse Aria cast several years ago kills him?
Both mangas have a lot of similiarities. First they all have really good planned universes , with their rules. Main characters are part of a team for saving a world. Both have an idea to hunt down witches and all characters have unique abilities.
Both manga's are baed upon the idea of hunting witches, each main charactet are put into a team and both have a wacky relationships with there teammates and supporters.
They are in a way similar i see soul as tasha but this is just in my eyes you might have a different opinion but so what.
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.
D.Gray-Man and Soul Eater are simmilar, cause:
Black Order = Shibusen
Exorcist = Student of Shibusen
In Soul Eater people fights with "akuma", like in DGM.
Plenty of similiraties to be found on both of these mangas, fighting shounen with awesome supernatural powers filled with humor and a very dark halloween'ish touch in the artwork, and in the middle of it you'll get a nice plot and some slow character development.
Misao Harada has always been able to see strange creatures that are invisible to everyone else. Living as a regular high school girl, the teen wants a boyfriend more than anything, so when her first love, Kyou, moves back into the house next door it seems her wish will come true. However, Kyou is in fact a Tengu who has returned to fulfil their childhood promise and by taking Misao as his bride his tribe will gain tremendous prosperity. With other demons out for her blood, Kyou offers her protection if she will consent to marry him, but distraught by his revelation, Misao turns him down. In Kyou’s relentless pursuit to protect Misao and win her over he has begun working as her new homeroom teacher in order to best protect her. Now with demons attacking her at every turn, and a fox spirit named Shuuhei also vying for her hand in marriage, can Misao really resist Kyou’s charms forever, but does the handsome tengu really love her or is he simply after the benefits their union would bring?
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?
Both Mangas have a good deal of humour about them as well as their good deal of seriousness. Though Soul Eater is more preverted than Naruto, they are easy to read and good fun to read... and the best part no fillers or side series!
Also their a characters with similiar personalities, for example Black Star and Naruto are very much the same, knuckle-head but pure to the bone, which makes em likable characters...
Take my word Soul Eater is a good manga to read if you liked Naruto (and vice versa)!