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In the world of underground fighting, there is no time limit, no referee, and no ban of technique, not even murderous ones. This is the underground world that Baki, the young champion fighter must fight in to show the world how strong he can be. Only by challenging and accepting the strongest opponents from the world can he hope that one day he can overcome his greatest opponent of all, his father.
If you thought Air Master was tough, you've been sadly mistaken. When it comes to tough fighting characters, this anime is right up there with the best of them. And remember, "it has become apparent that one's fighting ability is determined by the length of ones eyebrows"... yah I made that up. =)
Both Air Master and Grappler Baki is about fighting, they both have a darker side to them and both have readheaded main characters ^_^. These two series would have been twins if it wasen't for the lack of comedy in Grappler Baki, they both are about selfdevelopment and relations. Not two series for "light" watching, but worth watching. My personal favorite of these to is Air Master.
There is a great similarity between both main characters of these series. Hanma Baki and Aikawa Maki have both set their goals to fight more and more strong fighters, no matter if these are friends, family or enemies. Both persons get great satisfaction from fighting, winning is not the main goal, though they definitely try their best to become the strongest fighter on earth.
Both series are about fighting redheads battling their way to the top. The fight scenes are intense and very unique. Each of the stories have quite the depth and structure and the characters are all rediculously interesting. These could quite possibly be at the top of your action/fighting anime list after you start watching.
Looking for some serious beat'em up anime where bare-handed martial arts are more important and thoroughly considered than your average lame 1000 episode long anime?
Try this one and you won't regret it!
Both series are about teenage red haired streetfighters. They even have similar names, Baki and Maki, however they are quite different. Baki is the son of the "world's strongest creature" and has a reputation to uphold as he trains to be the strongest fighter in the world. Maki was a female gymnast, the so-called "queen of japananese gymnastics". Now however, she is a remakably tall girl who uses her acrobatics expertise to "fly" as she fights.
Both series satisfy the shonen itch.
What if roller skates had high power engines that enabled the skaters to do stunning new tricks that defy gravity? What if you saw a beautiful girl effortlessly glide through the air with them? To Ikki, this is reason enough to secretly borrow a pair of Air Treck skates, and step into an underground world filled with gang fights and strange customs. Enamored with high-flying stunts and the flirtatious Simca, Ikki forms an Air Treck gang of his own and starts a life of fighting rival gangs and flying over the rooftops, chasing the girl always one kick ahead of him.
Both Air Gear and Air Master have those mind-blowing moves in the air. I guarantee you that you will love it as I did.
Like the mind-blowing ( combat ) moves? Then you will definitely love this series. Both Ikki and Maki make wonderfull moves in the air. If you like the one, you will like the other.
Both of these animes display extreme competitiveness. They have similar humor that keeps you laughing for hours. Great intro and outro songs. Plots and storylines keep your adrenaline constantly pumping. These animes are great to watch while you're working out.
Some crazy action and fights, trying to prove who's the best. Yea, that's what both of these anime are bout. There's almost none similiarity in terms of plot but the action makes up for it.
Both series have similar feel to them, utilizing the street for combat, both using aerial combat and swift movements. The main characters are also similar as they have to fight their way to the top.
Both of these anime emphasize almost super-human physical skills that seem amazing and yet just-about within grasp realistically, adding a great touch of realism to skills performed that just look stunning.
They are also about self-discovery through performing a certain art, be it futuristic skating or street-fighting, as is the case here, and emphasize friendship and self-improvement.
Both anime are really quite great, and should be watched together, methinks.
Toudou Gakuen is no ordinary high school. There, during the Meiji Restoration, fighting masters were forced to gather from all over Japan to re-establish the martial arts. Amongst the student body is a group of immensely powerful fighters who maintain order through absolute power. This "Enforcement Group" is locked in a feud with the Jyuuuken Club over matters of love and death. Now, two newcomers have disturbed the order of this school, becoming entangled in this vicious feud. Caught between sexy babes and terrible powers, the battle to be the strongest begins!
Violence has a rhythm of its own. In Tenjou Tenge, the rhythm is the struggle between two groups in a high school obsessed with martial arts of every kind. In Air Master, a different, more individualistic, approach is taken - yet the struggle is no less intense.
Sounds dreary and serious, doesn't it? Well, forget about that! Without giving up the element of drama and descending into parody, these are two of the funniest fighting anime you're ever likely to see. The battles are a joy to watch - they're in turns hilarious and stunning. If you like either of these fighting animes, give the other a chance.
Two god series about fighting, both have god and interesting characters but TT have the better plot of them both. Air Master gains some ground due to the better fights in it. Both are really worth watching for anyone that likes a god animefight.
High school violence and ecchi are big features of both Air Master and Tenjou Tenge. While the former is known for its odd (some say unatractive) character designs, the later's character designs are awesome. Of course Air Master does have some of the best fights in anime.
If Air Master is about street fighting, Tenjho Tenge is about school fighting. It is more violent, the plot is harder to understand (especially if you don't read the manga and/or watch Ultimate Fight), the heroes are not that diverse style-wise and tend towards swords and ki-empowered fist attacks, but TT is anyway probably the most similar anime in this genre you will ever find.
Air Master and tenjho tenge are both great fighting anime with added ecchi. Tenjho tenge's main characters (the teenage boys at least) start off as typical delinquents then get strong, but air master's Maki starts off pretty strong, then pulls off crazy new moves to defeat her stronger opponents. Both have great fights, plus ecchi and some light comedy(mainly air master, it had some good funny moments XD) If you liked one, you should like the other.
For 1800 years the seven schools of Kantou have fought over supremacy of the land. Their students constantly fight each other in battles to prove their strength. Sonsaku Hakufu is a 17 year old girl that just transferred to Nanyou Academy, and at her arrival, finds herself fighting one of its top 4 fighters. But Sonsaku possesses a soulstone which contains the spirit of a great fighter, and she is not an easy match. When an order is issued to defeat Sonsaku, she finds herself in all out war against all of the schools top fighters. What lies behind this dark conspiracy?
Ikkitousen reminds me a little of Air Master. Both of the series have a kick ass girl in the lead. The series are both Ecchi(ish), but Ikkitousen draws the longer straw in this matter. Ikkitousen has a little less spectacular fighting scenes compared to Air Master and it can feel a little more silly at times.
AM and Ikkitousen are both fighting series with more or less interesting characters. Neither of them contains a "real" plot, and both have its each ammount of fanservice. If u like fightingseries, you should watch these two.
High school kids, close combat fighting and excessive panty shots. Can't go wrong here. Much better characterisation in Ikkitousen, but for the fight scenes you can't beat Air Master. Both thoroughly good action watches.
So you like überviolent girls showing off their pantsu? I'm fairly convinced you'll like Air master if you enjoyed Ikkitousen and vice versa.
Shirahama "weak legs" Kenichi is a typical high school student with typical problems: he's frequently bullied and tends to run away in the face of his enemies. Things change when Kenichi meets Furinji Miu, whose grandfather runs a dojo; and not knowing what he's getting himself into, he signs up to become a disciple. As Kenichi's life-threatening training continues and he becomes more and more powerful, he inadvertently becomes the target of the deadly gang called Ragnarok. With mental and physical challenges ahead, can Kenichi survive his encounters with Ragnarok, or will the masters of his dojo get to him first?
Do you like martial arts moves? Then this series is fit for you. Although the main characters are worlds apart, the fights are intence and the humor in them is great. Enjoy it like I enjoyed it!
in both there are some good fights that show cool fightinvg moves. both have a similar yet different story line. in Air Master you have a girl that used to be a jymnist turn into a strong fighter an in kenchi you have a weakling that turns into an incredibly stronger fighter than from the beggining
Miki is a psychotic mascot, waitress and delivery girl who works at her equally as frightening mother's ramen shop. Both survivor and instigator of years of ruthless, no-holds-barred domestic violence, Miki has a capacity for destruction usually found only in people with things like "the Impaler" added to their name. Yet, she also has a kind side to her and is often found going implausible distances out of her way to rescue both proverbial and literal lost kittens, though some malignant souls might misconstrue this as merely ditching her work...
They both have strong main character who battle against strong opponents.
Both Air Master and Ramen Fighter Miki contains lots of humor.
If you liked one you will probably like the other one too.
I just agree whole heartedly :)
100 characters why!? I just want you all to see this anime as soon as possible because it's funny also the main is called Miki it's like Maki(in a way) and Miki beats the snot outta people just like Maki does, except I guess Miki doesn't fly nor is her style gracefull -_- WHATEVER JUST WATCH IT I PROMISE ITS GOOD!!!!
In the revolutionary Meiji period, Japan is undergoing enormous political change. It is a time when vagabonds and terrorists will use any method to prevent the modernization of their country, even if it means trampling on the innocent in the process. In such a time, Himura Kenshin, a wandering samurai, has dedicated his life to protecting the weak and desperate peasants from those who would oppress them. However, Kenshin has a dark past which threatens to destroy the values he is fighting for. When he meets his new friends Kaoru, Sanosuke, and Yahiko, and tries to build a peaceful life with them, events conspire against him. Can Kenshin overcome the demons within and without, and finally ensure the peaceful future that Japan deserves?
Both Airmaster and Kenshin are, more or less, fighting anime with interesting opponents and unique ideas on fighting styles. If you like anime about kicking ass, try both. Airmaster is a bit less epic and dramatic, sure, but the character interaction and comic relief make up for that.
In the school of Daimon High, martial arts and starting fights are the biggest ways to boosting your grades, which is excellent news for Ryoko Mitsurugi, the school most popular kendo beauty. Her popularity and fame spark an idea for the heads of the schools, K-Fight! -- a system where the best fighters for each school challenge each other to one-one or all out battle royal. However, soon the K-Fights start to draw unwanted interest, some not even of this world.
Youka, a thick-headed boy, has been forced into Zenshinkyou Temple to learn martial arts. During his short stay at the temple, he quickly decides that their style is not for him, and takes up an ancient martial arts style, Gyokujo Shinkei, under the beautiful female master Shouryuujo. Because of his oath to her, he has made an enemy of Ribakushuu, the evil sister of Shouryuujo, as well as the Zenshinkyou. After many years of training, a disaster of events occurs, and now a grown-up Youka must find Shouryuujo and a way to defeat Ribakushuu.
Martial arts in anime are can be a great thing if they just don't go overboard and give the character unbelievable power. Bought shows are very good from the marital arts aspect believable, well executed and non repetitive. Although Legend of Condor Hero has a lot more of a story it doesn't have the comedic factor that is present in Air Master.
Following the events of the first television series, Jiyu Nanohana was happy; her days as Jubei Yagyu the 2nd were over, and she finally felt she could live a normal life again. However, when a clan of samurai calling themselves the Siberian Yagyu want revenge on Yagyu Jubei for their banishment to Siberia 300 years ago, once again young Jiyu is forced to take up the sword as the re-incarnation of the legendary swordsman.
This recommendation is based on the intenseness of fights. The fights in Air master are not exactly equally intense as in Jubei-Chan 2 because they don't use swords to fight each other. The fights in air master have a different kind of intensity, which at times can be greater then the intensity in Jubei-Chan.