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Class 3E is about to begin their second semester! And while some things have changed, the class assignment is still the same: kill their teacher before the end of the year! Easier said than done since Koro Sensei's made it clear he won't go down without a fight. Will these students be able to take down the tentacled monster that moves at Mach 20 before he can destroy the world?
Both shows are classroom growth based shows that really show off the full cast of characters in a fun but also in a "aim to be the best they can be" kind of a way. No single classroom member is really neglected in either show, which makes it all the more fun when action happens in both shows.
They have the same vibe, same comedy, and has supernatural people, with the main character feeling incredibly useless.
I agree! I enjoyed both of these anime and I think if you liked one, then you would like the other :)
it's kinda perfect anime for the new generations, and it is more on power pack, action pack, and sci-fi kind of anime, it really fits in my needs, in this kind of society a lot of children will fantasized this kind of anime in their whole life
MHA and AC are both zany sci-fi high school coming-of-age stories with a lot of heart and fantastic character writing. Both ostensibly focus on one class' teacher(s) and a handful of main-character students, but both take the time to flesh out their supporting casts and create believable worlds extending from their sci-fi premises.
if you liked assassination classroom i'm pretty sure you'd like my hero academia just in general (meaning throughout all the seasons). My main reason being you get to see the personality of all the individuals in the classroom which makes it feel idk more inclusive. Trust you'll like it :)
In a city plagued with thugs, mutants, and supervillains, Saitama decides to become a superhero for fun. He envisions an exciting life where he is constantly challenged with tough opponents, but after three years of intense training, he's become so strong that he defeats every enemy with one punch! His dream of engaging challenging foes has gone up in smoke, and his overpowered life is filled with overpowering boredom. Then a cyborg named Genos learns about Saitama's amazing ability and begs him to make him his disciple. Saitama isn't interested in taking on an apprentice, but Genos isn't giving up. Can he convince the disillusioned hero to teach him the secret of his strength? And will Saitama ever find a worthy adversary to battle?
They are both hero anime's, both anime's have amazing super powers and you are drawn in by the characters. MHA and OPM both have amazing animations and fight seems are drawn perfectly. You will love OMP as comic relief after watching the always at the edge of your seat that is MHA.
My Hero Academia follows the same vein of throwing as many super-powered characters against each other as possible, but unlike OPM you get to experience Deku's rise to being a superhero. He doesn't have a three minute prolouge in the first episode of the first season, he has the entire season, and this entire season, and he still isn't there yet. If you enjoy intense super-powered fight scenes then this anime is for you.
Both deal with a series of characters with extraordinary powers that make a living as heroes defeating villains.
Especially the main character at first sight seems very simple and is not very recognized, but deep down they have something out of the ordinary that ends up surprising everyone.
Saitama is a hero who only became a hero for fun. After three years of “special training,” he’s become so strong that he’s practically invincible. In fact, he’s too strong—even his mightiest opponents are taken out with a single punch. Now, the great seer Madame Shibabawa’s prediction about the Earth being doomed seems to be coming true as the frequency of monster incidents escalates. Alongside Genos, his faithful disciple, Saitama begins his official hero duties as a member of the Hero Association, while Garou, a man utterly fascinated by monsters, makes his appearance.
Both shows have a hero killer While my hero seems to have a reason behind theirs, one punch seems like they are evil to be evil.
if you're seeking something that has an underdog to overly powered main character than look no further than these two. where there's a blurred line between heroes and villains sometimes, where a character can be both, or simply bored. you won't be disappointed with them.
Feckless high school student Tatara Fujita wants to be good at something - anything. Unfortunately, he's about as average as a slouchy teen can be. The local bullies know this, and make it a habit to hit him up for cash, but all that changes when the debonair Kaname Sengoku sends them packing. Sengoku's not the neighborhood watch, though. He's a professional ballroom dancer. And once Tatara Fujita gets pulled into the world of the ballroom, his life will never be the same.
Though genres are quite different both anime has a main character that's weak at the start, but then he meets that someone special who keeps helping MC on his way. Nice character development, action, very engaging story. Great animation and soundtracks.
There's an adage that one man's trash is another man's treasure; but for Kosuke Ueki, one man's trash is another man's... tree?! Junior high school teacher Mr. K is in the running for the title of Celestial King. Candidates must select a junior high school student to endow powers upon, and then the students might fight each other mercilessly. The victorious student's benefactor will become the new Celestial King! Kosuke was Mr. K's choice, and for his power, he chose the ability to turn trash into trees. Furthermore, if he uses his abilities to harm others, he will lose one of his natural talents. Now, Kosuke must battle a variety of other power users to help Mr. K win it all, all while keeping his talents intact!
If you liked My Hero Academia 2 and the first half in particular with the tournament with all kinds of superpowers, you will love The Law of Ueki, which is all about battles with unconventional powers. Both series showcase an impressive variety of powers with different (and even surprising at times) applications of them.
In Sternbuild City, corporate logos not only cover billboards, but also the costumes of the super-powered heroes that act as its protectors. Veteran and newcomer warriors of justice alike compete in a reality TV show that offers points for apprehending criminals while giving champions' sponsors a chance to promote their brand. When the low-ranking Wild Tiger loses his backing after a string of outrageous, botched rescues, he finds himself paired with an up-and-coming spotlight-seeker called Barnaby. But with their wildly different personalities, will the pair be able to save their beloved Sternbuild City and win the game show, or will their constant tension be the undoing of the world's first hero team?
Sakuragi has hit an all-time low. During his last year of junior high school, fifty different girls rejected him, the last one choosing a basketball player instead. Thus it’s no surprise that in high school, Sakuragi beats up anyone who dares utter the name of the sport. However, it’s not long until he meets Haruko, a beautiful basketball enthusiast, and is determined to make her fall in love with him – even signing up for the school team to accomplish his goal. However, winning Haruko’s heart won’t be easy, as her brother is the strict and protective captain of the basketball team and Haruko’s eyes are focused on Sakuragi’s rival, the talented Rukawa. Can Sakuragi give up his delinquent ways to help get the team to Nationals, or will his temper get him kicked out before he can learn to dribble the ball?
Sena was always a weak child, constantly having to run away from bullies; so much, that he became good at it. Now, as a teenager, Sena’s skill at running has become so impressive that the diabolical mastermind of the school football team notices his talent and recruits him. Yet to keep his privacy intact and his dangerous hobby a secret from his overprotective childhood friend Mamori, Sena is forced to develop a secret identity: the ace running back, Eyeshield 21! But the world is full of talented rivals, and Sena has a long way to go until he can reach the top...
Takao Kasuga is a lonely boy who spends his days immersed in books to escape his frustration with life. His only source of joy is the beautiful Saeki, who he secretly admires from afar. However, Takao's obsession goes too far one day when, in a moment of emotional folly, he steals the girl's gym clothes and takes them home with him. Worse, his terrible deed is spotted by Sawa Nakamura, a mysterious outcast who sits behind him in class who threatens to reveal the boy's secret unless he promises to engage in a contract with her. At first it seems Sawa just wants some companionship, but soon it becomes clear that this "contract" involves more than mere afternoon chats. In fact, Takao is about to discover just how dangerous his bond with Sawa is and how it threatens to tear everything - his life, his love, and even his sanity - apart.