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animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Yu Yu Hakusho

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Shaman King

Both series serve of the good-ol demon and ghost world. Both are long running animes with enjoyable arcs and resonable animations. But what personally connected the series most for me is the resemblance between Ryu and Kuwabara, both Yakuza style, both big mounth and a little heart, both funny as hell. Really...where DO they come up with this stuff?
animizzle
animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Shaman King

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Yu Yu Hakusho

Both series serve of the good-ol demon and ghost world. Both are long running animes with enjoyable arcs and resonable animations. But what personally connected the series most for me is the resemblance between Ryu and Kuwabara, both Yakuza style, both big mounth and a little heart, both funny as hell. Really...where DO they come up with this stuff?
animizzle
animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

One Piece

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Naruto

Ah yes, the bliss of enjoyable 100+ episode shounen. One piece and Luffy go hand in hand in terms of a boy realizing his dreams. While One Piece doesn't take itself too seriously most of the time Naruto is a bit more serious but doesn't pretend to be something it's not. You like Naruto? Then you like OP, it's as simple as that folks.
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animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Dragon Ball Z

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Naruto

Regardless of what Naruto fanboys may tell you, Naruto DOES resemble DBZ. The style of fighting, the character setup, the long battles. Whish isn't entirely strange if you consider that the creator of Naruto worshipped Toriyama the author of DBZ when he was young. You'll find lot's of DBZ in Naruto and vice verca.
animizzle
animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Naruto

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Dragon Ball Z

Regardless of what Naruto fanboys may tell you, Naruto DOES resemble DBZ. The style of fighting, the character setup, the long battles. Whish isn't entirely strange if you consider that the creator of Naruto worshipped Toriyama the author of DBZ when he was young. You'll find lot's of DBZ in Naruto and vice verca.
animizzle
animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Naruto

YOU MIGHT LIKE

One Piece

Ah yes, the bliss of enjoyable 100+ episode shounen. One piece and Luffy go hand in hand in terms of a boy realizing his dreams. While One Piece doesn't take itself too seriously most of the time Naruto is a bit more serious but doesn't pretend to be something it's not. You like Naruto? Then you like OP, it's as simple as that folks.
animizzle
animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Ninja Nonsense

The obvious link between these series is that both spoof an aspect of feudal Japans. Shibobuden takes Ninjas and puts them down as a perverted bunch, and Jubei-chan takes Samurai and puts them down as weird old men, clinging on to past habits and customs. Both series peak in terms of being zany and crazy characters. Really, you can't go wrong with either of them.
animizzle
animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
YOU MIGHT LIKE

Ninja Nonsense

The obvious link between these series is that both spoof an aspect of feudal Japans. Shibobuden takes Ninjas and puts them down as a perverted bunch, and Jubei-chan takes Samurai and puts them down as weird old men, clinging on to past habits and customs. Both series peak in terms of being zany and crazy characters. Really, you can't go wrong with either of them.
animizzle
animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Last Exile

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Wolf's Rain

Epic is what comes to mind when watching both series. On the surface there are no obvious similarities between the series, but you'll find that both absorb you in a way that you become part of their world. Both the worlds are very unreal and have certain characteristics that are never properly explained but are yet so damned attractive and mysterious. And exactly that mysteriousness is so important to the feeling of Wolf's Rain and Last Exile. I found that after watching the post apocalyptic world of WR, the evenly unreal world in the sky from LE just totally fitted with my imagination I build up in Wolf's rain. Add to that that both stories are rather deep and mature,and you'll see that the resemblence at second thought is more that one would guess.
animizzle
animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Hikaru no Go

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Prince of Tennis

Start young and aim for the top, and not giving while on that bumpy road. Both lead characters in Hikaru no Go and Prince of Tennis follow this same dream and path. While both sport are totally different, the anime's resemble each other in the ever amusing anime-style of displaying sports in Anime. Both purposely exagerated in showing the sport and sprinkled with humor they'll provide you with a long watch that won't get boring on the long run for a change. Actually, seeing either of them once you finished the first(better is HNG since POT hasn't finished yet) is probably a good idea since the themes are so alike.
animizzle
animizzle Jan 2005
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Prince of Tennis

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Hikaru no Go

Start young and aim for the top, and not giving while on that bumpy road. Both lead characters in Hikaru no Go and Prince of Tennis follow this same dream and path. While both sport are totally different, the anime's resemble each other in the ever amusing anime-style of displaying sports in Anime. Both purposely exagerated in showing the sport and sprinkled with humor they'll provide you with a long watch that won't get boring on the long run for a change. Actually, seeing either of them once you finished the first(better is HNG since POT hasn't finished yet) is probably a good idea since the themes are so alike.