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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?
Both have superhero themes(eg:- Superhero rankings,test,lvls). Paired with superb animation. Both also have a large cast.
Both are engrossed in the whole 'superhero' concept, unique art styles and characters. Both of these anime are amazing and deserve all the respect :)
Although the protaganists are exceptionally different, both anime involve eccentric superheroes and a competitive hero ranking system. They are also both really funny!
one is a show about someone so overpowering it's ridiculous while the other is about someone without powers in a world full or super beings. both showcase the true meaning of being a hero.
Both shows have the same premise, but deal with different themes. Hero Academia is a action/drama show, and One Punch Man is a comedy. Both of these shows bring their respective genres to their full potential.
As they are both incredibly high quality, they are similar enough that if you liked one, you'll probably feel the same about the other.
I agree ...
Well they are both anime about heroes and the are both funnywhile they Can still be badass moments! 10\10 for one punch man, 7/10 for Boku no hero academia (There are some partsthat Can be long)
(I would like to preface this with, although I have not finished Oone Punch Man anime, I read the manga(so it might be slightly different... probably not from what I heard though.)
Both anime have about the same world, filled with super heros, and so there is a wide range of differnet powers. One Punch Man is more comedy than Hero Academia, however in types of worlds they are very similar. The difference comes in the characters. While both main characters just wanted to be super heros...
In One Punch Man, our main character decided one day to become a hero and so trained and became really immensely strong. So strong his hair fell out and he could defeat anything in one punch. Really though, he just wants to find someone who is a challenge to defeat.
In Hero Academia, our main character is a fan boy of a famous super hero, and although he does not have any quirks (the name for powers in this anime), he still dreams of becoming a hero and chases this dream even though everyone says it's impossible. Well, without giving too much away, he gets closer to reaching his dream throughout the anime. We watch him grow from a quirkless boy to someone quickly becoming stronger and much more able to stand up for himself instead of whimpering away.
Both have interesting mega-powerful male leads whose personalities seem not to match their level of power. My Hero Academia has more focus on character growth and themes of struggling to fit in during adolescence, while One-Punch Man is just a lighthearted comedy with not much heaviness at all.
Both consist of main characters who are looked down apon but continue to fight to make there dreams a reality.
Agreed. Both shows are awesome super hero based anime that actually share a lot of similarities, One Punch Man is more Seinen/Gore/Adult Themes while My Hero Academia is for the younger audience with fun Lesson of the Day episodes, both are very explosive and entertaining anime
Both animes contain the theme of superheroes fighting villains, along with awesome animation and character designs that aren't extremely common.
However, if you like animes where the main character is overpowered all the way because you are allergic to weakness, watch OPM and not My Hero Academia.
On the other hand, if you can't stand animes where the main character rekts every person they fight because that leads to predictable results, don't watch OPM, watch my Hero Academia.
One Punch Man is all about the comedy whereas My Hero Academia is about the struggles the MC goes through in order to achieve growth.
Both animes made me tear up; OPM because I laughed too hard and My Hero Academia because of some rather emotional moments (':
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Both anime have a world where humans and monsters live in same society.Both have heroes fighting monstersBot anime are light, but have lots of action and sometimes are funny.
Ridiculous scenarios during fights, likeable characters, superheroes and super hero powers, heroes in the normal world, and both funny moments as well as supposedly serious moments that you just can't help but laugh at, plus the main hero is... interesting... looking.
The worlds are very similar. Also, the main character in One Punch Man, Saitama, has a power that seems remarkably similar to All Might's. Except Saitama can literally beat anything with one punch. The animation in both is great, and both of the shows are "fully aware of themselves" in how they portray heroes.
In one-punch man, we see a guy who are already the stongest, while in my hero academia we see a guy who tries to be the stongest
Plus they both have the hero orgination
Both anime involve a hero agency that is tasked with protecting the world from monsters that are trying to destroy the Earth.
Both are hilarious anime centered around a powerful main character. One Punch Man too powerful for his own good. My Hero Academia he's getting there.
Both are superhero anime containing unique, fun characters. They also both contain action and comedy. Both are highly rated and popular and would probably be watched mostly by young boys.
Both are fun super hero shows in similar worlds.
Two of my fav anime, both are very similar, and easy to get into. -Both give similar, but different looks into a society created by the introduction of powered heroes/villains
-Both are set in a world of superheroes, and villains. Both are really funny, but still have interesting storylines. Both have a likeable, powerful protagonist, who want nothing more than to be a hero. Both feature a few interesting hero side characters.
Recommend trying if you like superhero related movies/shows, looking for beginner anime, want an anime that is funny but not completely a comedy
Both series take place in a world full of superheroes. Both have a large cast of charcters. Finally, both have plenty of comedy scenes, but also lots of awesome action scenes.
Both series feature a world in which superheroes are pretty commonplace and there's even organisations out there for them. They both have kinda similar senses of humour as well, and frankly they're both just awesome.
If you like hero based stories with lots of action, humour and great animation you can't go wrong with either My Hero Academia or One-Punch Man.
Where One-Punch Man focusses on an overpowered hero, My Hero Academia instead focusses on a student receiving an overpowered superpower.
if you're looking for two super hero from zero scenario then look no further. the art style is very similar same with the flavor of the characters. having no super powers and wanting to be a hero at any means possible even if it means it could kill you. once obtaining the ability to be a super hero that doesn't stop them there, for once you're a super hero there are always the villains and super villains, of which we see plenty in both as well.
My Hero Academia: The episodes get straight to the point. They are action packed and you really get a feel for each character and his or her motives and aspirations. The clash of shared desires to become the number one hero, coupled with the various similar and varying reasons for this, make for an epic viewing experience.
One-Punch Man: there is just one number one and he is awesome. Much like My Hero Academia each episode is fast paced but not at the expense of you not being able to follow the motives of the characters. The episodes are hilarious and epic all in one.
the visual styles of both anime are also very appealing.
I like actions and characters with superpowers. Animes have a lesson that actually reflect in real life
Both fun modern battle shounens that are self aware of what they are, have funny characters and great battles. Both are set in a world where heroes are a thing, and there's a rank of heroes.
While One Punch Man is more of a parody and My Hero Academia is a show with a plot that takes itself more seriously, I think they share the same crowd.
Both telling about a world where Heroes are real, have an organization that act like it's government and Heroes are a general job.
Both are great anime, but One punch man currently just have 1 season and it's only 1 cour and My Hero Academia ( Boku no Hero Academia) already have 3 season.
One punch Man season 2 already confirmed and Boku no Hero Academia to will have a movie and season 4 confirmed.
Both are great Anime, but one punch man is more like centered main character and boku no hero academia have many main character like actualy the whole class is the main character.
Both of them are really funny, full of action, adventure and superheroes.
In Boku no Hero, it's a world where every have some superpower. But in One-Punch Man, there are just ordinary people.
Both have great comedy one punch in my opinion is more funny, however both are great. Good action
These animes are very alike, as they both portray the role superheroes would have in a realistic society. One showing how an ordinary person would struggle against something much stronger than it is and the other, telling how becoming a hero isn't as easy as in a child's dream
Drawn to the mystique of the unknown, Hunters travel the world in search of terrifying creatures, incredible riches, and unexplored lands. Gon Freecss is a naive-yet-determined young boy who aspires to join the ranks of these individuals, in order to find his missing father Ging - a master of the profession himself. To reach his goal, he partakes in the formidable Hunter Exam, a series of tests that push the participants to their physical and mental limits, with a Hunter License as the prize. During the exam Gon befriends vengeful Kurapika, doctor-to-be Leorio, and skilled assassin Killua, who have entered for their own reasons. But with the sinister Hisoka standing in their way, will Gon and his friends be able to succeed in obtaining their reward, or even escaping with their lives?
If you like one, you're gonna like the other. The stories may be different, but some themes are similar with physical exams that the character is relatively clueless about, yet rocks the shit out of it, story from the point of view of a younger boy, and green/black, spikey/curly hair :D Seriously though, mark my first sentence. ;) enjoy!
Both are shoneon type shows with adventure and all that fun stuff but there's a lot more character development and depth to both these shows that sets them apart from other shonen anime. Hxh has more character development and depth but it's had much more shows to do so in. If you like the training and idea that an underdog can use strategy and willpower to win instead of just getting some random power up at the last second then you'd definitely like Gon and the other characters in hxh
Both Hunter X Hunter and My Hero Academia feature superhero type settings with lots of great characters.
Both Hunter X Hunter and My Hero Academia are very action based, Along with a fair amount of fighting scenes. But overall there both about a character over coming a lot of odds when the odds are not on there side.
The main characters are very alike.Both wanting to become stronger, smarter, and more powerful. They are both quite naive and are surrounded by good people (friends) that always have their backs. They both also have a goal/aim in life.
Great action anime great pot compared to my hero acaademia if you like plots where you have to earn everything you get hunter x hunter is one of th best animes i would recommend
Both action packed, story telling, character development is great, stick well to not making characters not too overpowered.
My Hero Academia and Hunter x Hunter are both shounen and they both have a similar MC (with Gon and Midoriya). They're also both the best out of the genre and there is a lot more in both these anime besides fighting and power-ups.
Both are really good. I like the fact that the main character fights to archive his dream with everything they have. Both are mostly about action and frendship
hunter x hunter and my hero academia have similar themes. the main characters are similar in many ways as well, such as midoriya and gon both trying their hardest to reach their goals, no matter how challenging it may be. both of the main characters also make many new friends along the way. one thing in particular that i like about both of these series is how the characters are presented. in hunter x hunter, there is a lot of character development throughout the whole series. in my hero academia, the majority of the characters have some sort of relevance towards the plot, rather than just being there to make another, more significant, individual look better and they're learning new things throughout the course of the story. in both shows, the villains are very likable which is also a plus. all in all, both of these animes are definitely a couple of my personal favorites and they're totally worth watching.
If you like My Hero Academia, you are sure to like Hunter x Hunter, at least the earlier arcs before things get noticeably darker, and vice versa. Both are feel-good action-packed shounen shows with an underdog lead.
Midoriya and Gon share many similar traits besides their wild green locks. They have a very similar personality in that they both have immense willpower and are incredibly clever. They use these traits to win their fights because unlike some other shonen anime leads, they're not OP. This also means that they can loose and get hurt, which adds quite a bit of tension to the fights. In regards to injuries, they both seem to care very little about their physical health and continue to put themselves in dangerous positions.
Both shows display darker elements wherein Hunter x Hunter explored them further having more episodes under its belt. They are presented mostly through the side characters. It adds to the complexity of the shows and the world of the anime.
really well written fight scenes that play creatively with the rules of each character's powersets, also distinctive unique character designs.
The story begins after 70% of the moon was suddenly vaporized in an explosion. The super lifeform responsible for this catastrophe is a strange tentacled creature that can slink around at supersonic Mach 20 speeds. It has a 10 billion yen (US$100 million) price on its head, but for some reason, this creature ends up teaching a middle school class at the beginning of the school year. The students have until graduation to assassinate the teacher, or it will destroy Earth as well.
I love both anime, and I think people who enjoy one will enjoy the other
-Both are set in a school, where students are taught unconventionally
-Both classes taught by a unique teacher with abilities (who teaches them to fight)
-In one, students are trained to be assassins, in the other they are trained to use their superpowers
-Both have a main young teen male protagonist who seems weak at first, but becomes very strong-There is comedy to both, but they still have a lot of interesting storylines
Recommend trying either if you liked the other, want beginner anime, like superhero movies/shows, like strong young teenage characters
I agree. the two shows have many parales they are very similar.
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the main character starts off weak and gradually becomes the strongest. They are both funny but have serious and sad momments
there is a similar amount of action between the two - no romance in either one - in both the characters are learning skill working towards a goal I don't really know but I would definitely say so.
both have characters that work hared and do a lot of fighting. so both relate to eachother a bit
Both become badass later (assassination classroom more badass). both are underdogs, becoming more powerful after each episode. Both have a super powerful ally that they need to surpass.
they are both creative, action-packed anime with good stories that keep you wanting to see more. Assassination has more depth to it though, while My Hero is more about the protagonist's determination.
Classroom environments, with amazing characters in both of these anime. Though with Assassination Classroom the objective is to kill the teacher, in My Hero Academia, it's to become the teacher, though, in both anime, the student's grow into amazing people, great comedic action too.
Simon lives a boring life in the underground village of Jeeha, where his main job day in and day out is to dig tunnels. His close friend Kamina, however, longs to bust out of their oppressive existence and reach the surface world where open skies and adventure await! One day, during his usual digs, Simon discovers a robot with a big face buried amongst the rocks. No sooner has he shown Kamina his mysterious find when two beings from the surface crash land into Jeeha Village - one is a gun-toting woman calling herself Yoko and the other is a terrifying mecha piloted by a Beastman! Seeing their chance to escape village drudgery, Kamina rallies Simon and Yoko to defeat the invader using their new robot, Lagann. However, upon breaking out onto the surface world, Simon, Kamina, and Yoko encounter enemies more powerful than they could have envisioned. Their fight for adventure just turned into a war for the survival of the human race - will their lust for freedom hold out against such terrible odds?
There's alot of parralles between Simon and Izuku, who have a newfound OP power that they have to learn how to control correctly. They both have a mentor who inspires them to go to unbeliable heights. While doing so they also have try and overcome their social anxieties to fit into a whole new community of people, and fight using their analytical abilities along with their newfound power.
I just get the vibes from My Hero Academia and Gurren Lagann at the same time whether I'm watching Academia or Gurren Lagann I always feel that Izuku and Simon are in the same world.
All Might reminds me of Kamina for example and the art style look similar to me.
They are awesome and are worth recommending and watching.
The art styles are reminiscent of one another. Both anime focus on one boy who gains power somehow and tries to save the world. MHA takes place in a more school-based environment, though, and TTGL takes place in a completely new world.
Agreed. Both shows feature a young, flourishing mc with flamnboyant and energetic senpais if you will.
While I like My Hero Academia better, both of the shows do have many similarities. Both have a crybaby who goes stronger, people fighting injustice and a wacky cast of characters.
Even though Gurren Lagann is a mecha anime, both animes have a really good plot with action and adventure protagonists to favor
i recommend this because it is always an amazing feeling to see the weak become strong and to see that person facing problems through strange,smart,new,crazy ways
I get exactly the same feels from both these anime. If you enjoy watching characters defy all odds and smash through their obstacles in crazy-over-the-top ways then you'll definitely enjoy both of these.Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann has a longer build up at first but once things get going its pretty much the same.
Naruto Uzumaki is a young ninja who bears a great power hidden inside him, a power that has isolated him from the rest of his village. As such, his only dream is to become the Hokage - the most powerful ninja, and leader of the village; but first he needs to graduate! With his inability to perform even the most basic ninja techniques, it seems that all Naruto has going for him is his determination to succeed no matter what. Teamed up with the genius Sasuke, book-smart Sakura, and their team leader Kakashi, Naruto embarks on his quest to become the Hokage. But with outside forces posing a threat to the entire Hidden Leaf village, Naruto discovers that he must become much stronger if he ever wants to realize his dream and protect the friendships he's forged.
Both MC's are weak, had a rough past and didn't had support of parents.Both MC's want to be strong and help othersBoth have a little comedy, lots of action, scenes that should touch viewers emotionally
Shounen action shows with colourful casts of varying personalities and superpowers who fight each other, with an underdog protagonist who dreams big. Both have a lot of focus on the main character and his rival.
Deku and Naruto are very similiar main characters - they're seemingly weak and untalented, but are also strong-hearted and filled with determination towards their dreams; to become strong like their hero (Deku) and to become the greatest Hokage (Naruto). Their determination and hardwork eventually lead them down a path that makes them stronger, and both shows follow the tale of how that happens. The school exams in MHA are reminicent of Naruto's Chuunin exams, and Deku and Bakugo's rivalry is much like that of Naruto and Sasuke's. I'm sure fans of one will be interested in the other.
Both protagonists have a dream that they will do anything to acheive. Also both Izuku and Naruto start from the bottom of the totem pole, have power that is not originally theirs that they need to control, have friends and sensei who support them, and you can see paralleks in Naruto/Sasuke and Izuku/Bakugo. Excellent coming of age stories. If you liked one you'll like the other.
They are both action packed with intense fight scenes. The plot is similar, a young who wishes to accomplish his dream, along the way he will have to face many obstacles, but thanks to the people who are there by his side he'll make it happen!
Plus, Aizawa reminds me of Kakashi! XD
They both have the amazing shounen main charater that everybody loves, they are sweet boys who never give up on their dream and never go back on their word or a friend.Naruto and Deku both have similar dreams and personalitys. Same as Sasuke= Kacchan, Sakura= uraraka. It is basically the same story in a diffrent AU with diffrent vocabulary. Lets just hope deku dosent have a shit of a son also OOF
In a bizarre fantasy world, students known as meisters are trained at the illustrious Shinigami Weapon Meister University; but the tools they wield are no ordinary weapons! Each meister is paired with a human-like being who can transform into a weapon at will; and after defeating a pre-kishin - a human whose soul has darkened - the weapon eats the soul within it. A meister's ultimate goal is to collect ninety-nine pre-kishin souls and one of a witch so that his or her partner will become an all-powerful Death Scythe. Maka and her partner Soul Eater; Assassin Black Star and his partner Demon Blade Tsubaki; and Shinigami's son Death the Kid and his partners the Demon Twin Pistol Thompson Sisters each vie for their ultimate goal, but plenty of challenges and adventures lie in their way!
Both include high schoolers with special powers, battles against evil, unique characters, and strange teachers.
Both shows are esentialy super hero schools if you take time to think about it.
both have the OP dude who's also a snob.
both have a hiden evil oginization in hiding in the shadows and that orginization wants one of the shcools teachers dead... In Soul Eater they want Lord Death to die and in My Hero Academia they want All Might dead.
my brother liked soul eater and seems to love my hero academia.........................................
They're both about kids with powers saving the world and they're both comedy heavy and super good.
both these animes are action packed, and full of determination. the heroes learn to overcome their weaknesses and find ways to accomplish their ambitous goals, often in hilarious ways. they're both thrilling and the stories are driven quite well.
In a world where magic is everything, Asta and Yuno are both found abandoned at a church on the same day. While Yuno is gifted with exceptional magical powers, Asta is the only one in this world without any. At the age of fifteen, both receive grimoires, magic books that amplify their holder’s magic. Asta’s is a rare Grimoire of Anti-Magic that negates and repels his opponent’s spells. Being opposite but good rivals, Yuno and Asta are ready for the hardest of challenges to achieve their common dream: to be the Wizard King. Giving up is never an option!
In both animes main character is non-gifted personin magical world. both rivals are especialy gifted ones.
I am currently following both series and wnjoy them both a great deal. If someone has similar taste they might enjoy the other one.
There are a few similarities between the shows, though there are also differences. In Black Clover, the MC is an orphan, unlike Izuku, who was raised in the church where he was found alongside another boy of the same age at infanthood. In the world of Black Clover, everyone has magic, and magic is everything. However, Asta, the MC, is the only person in the entire kingdom, possibly the world, with no magic to speak of what so ever. He has trained his body every of the fifteen years he's been alive so that he can fulfill his dream of becoming a magic knight, the protectors of the realm, and becoming Wizard King, the most powerful wizard in the kingdom. Ring any bells? Whats more, the boy who was discovered with Asta by the church is a boy named Yuno who also aspires to become the Wizard King, and has been gifted with incredibly powerful magic. Once a year, ever 15-year-old in the kingdom is given a grimoire, a magical book that records spells and enhances the user's magical powers. Asta's rival, Yuno, is given an incredibly rare, powerful, and legendary grimoire while Asta, hoping that his grimoire will finally allow him to use magic is instead gifted with a strange and unknown power that carries him through the Magic Nights Exams and into knighthood. However, his adventures have only just begone and trouble is stirring deep within the Kingdom. To me, this show is both exremely similar to MHA, and yet unique as well.
I can see a strong parallel between these two shows. Both starts off with teenage boys who have no powers. Both of these boys have goals that at first seem unachievable. Then they both miraculously obtain an ability that sets them apart from everyone else. There are also other minor details such as rivaly between childhood friends and they both have entrance examinations. Also, Izuku and Asta both possess great determination. Both of them do not let their weaknesses hold them back. They continue to fight despite the fact that the odds are against them.
Both stories are contemperary examples of the classic shonen formula, a Kid with asperations to be something start as nothing and gain sudden skills to be who the aspire to become. facing challenges, making friends and finding mentors allow this boys to grow and develop thier skills. high-octane Action battles and interesting powers create a vast world toact as a backdrop to lives of thes boys.
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?
Both anime have a similar superhero themes, with people being born with strange superpowers and its strange limitations. Tiger and Bunny focus more on the superhero industry would work if heros excistised while BnHA focuses more on superheros fighting villans.
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both of these anime are heavily super hero saves the day based, with the main problems arising from issues of having/ controlling power, even the main characters powers are similar, if you like one you'll probably like the other
Both series involve superheroes/people with superpowers. Both have a large cast of characters and contain a nice mix of comedy, drama, and action.
Humanity has taken its next step into evolution where humans have begun to develop superpowers. Because of that, society has a new form of occupation: heroes. Now, which one of these shows did I just describe? With a description that vague, it's hard to tell -- which is why it will be very easy for a fan of Hero Academia to pick up Tiger and Bunny or vice versa.
Hero Academia has a far more fun tone to the majority of the series and is more of a "coming of age" story due to being in a high school environment. Tiger and Bunny on the other hand is about adults for the most part, and has a rather serious tone, being far more plot-driven as apposed to Hero Academia's character-driven nature. However, despite that, they both have pretty strong casts where the protagonists have clear goals in mind. Izuku Midoriya goes through through high school to become the greatest hero of all time, all while the villians target him; Kotetsu Kaburagi has to go through emotional and family problems with his partner Barnaby Brooks while trying to be a good dad and a model hero at the same time.
Both protagonists want to become what is good in the world, and while for Izuku most people are the same way, most people look down on Kotetsu for his attitude since being a hero in Sternbild City means to be flashy and fantastic. Heroes in Hero Academia are respected and there are thousands of them. The job is considered dangerous and the show makes it clear that it is not the fun that the television makes people believe. Because of that, students are then taught at a young age the truth about being a hero before it's too late for them to find out. However, the opposite is true for Tiger and Bunny: heroes are known as celebrities and there are very few successful in the business. Fame is measured by screen time rather than heroicness or justice served -- so despite the fact that Kotetsu does the most work out of any of the Hero TV members, he is almost fired from his job for not being flashy enough on air.
All in all, both shows are fantastic in the genre of superheroes, which is coming from someone who usually doesn't like this genre at all. They come from almost the same concept, but take two very different end results, and it makes both series easy to pick up if you've watched one but also interesting enough to not feel repetitive while watching the other.
The foundation of alchemy is based on the law of equivalent exchange; you cannot produce something from nothing. As such, alchemy is bound by one taboo - human transmutation. Four years ago two young brothers, Edward and Alphonse Elric, broke this taboo when they tried to resurrect their dead mother. During the process Al's body disintegrated and Ed lost his leg. In a desperate attempt to prevent his brother from disappearing completely, Ed sacrificed one of his arms so he could affix Al's soul to a suit of armor. When his missing limbs are replaced by auto mail parts, Ed bears the name of the Fullmetal Alchemist - the youngest ever State Alchemist and dog of the military. Now, alongside his brother, Ed uses his status within the military to attempt to find any way that he can return their bodies back to their original state.
If you liked Full Metal Alchemist: Britherhood, you would enjoy My Hero Academia (Boku no Hīrō Akademia).
The story follows Izuku Midoriya, a boy born without superpowers, "quirks", in a world where they are the norm, but who still dreams of becoming a superhero himself.
Though both seem quite different what they have in common in that great main character who gets in tight and hard situations, but is willing to do everything it takes to get through it, having a great goal in their mind, and for that goal they're not afriad to get hurt or even sacrifice their body. Edward and Midoriya are both always willing to help and do good, fight for what they think is right. And both anime has lots of great fights and that villian/enemy doing work from the shadows.
Both have strong characters together with a very good plot. both main characters fail at some point but pick them selves up every time. grat sshows.
Natsu, Lucy, and their fellow Fairy Tail mages return to protect the humanity from powerful enemies, including but not limited to Dark Guilds, dragons, and Zeref, the most powerful dark mage.
With a large cast of characters with various powers, both anime showcase fun and quirky personalities. I would say that Boku no Hero Academia is like a more focused Fairy Tail; there's way less episodes, way less filler, and more fights. Granted, the trade off is that if you've been sticking around in Fairy Tail, you're probably more attached to those characters because of how long you've known them in comparison to those from Boku No Hero Academia. With a second season now airing however, Boku no Hero Academia may prove to change that and add in more character development for more than just the protagonist. Both series have a tournament arc and both series have that classic shounen feel to them.
They both have lots of action, comic relief, they both deal with some sort of unrealistic aspect such as magic or quirks, and they bothe deal with perseverance and overall some pretty deep stuff.