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Mob Psycho 100

Mob Psycho 100

Kageyama Shigeo, a.k.a. "Mob," is a boy who has trouble expressing himself, but who happens to be a powerful esper. Mob is determined to live a normal life and keeps his ESP suppressed, but when his emotions surge to a level of 100%, something terrible happens to him! As he's surrounded by false espers, evil spirits, and mysterious organizations, what will Mob think? What choices will he make?

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yamiksha yamiksha says...

Kageyama Shigeo, a.k.a. "Mob," is a boy who has trouble expressing himself, but who happens to be a powerful esper. Mob is determined to live a normal life and keeps his ESP suppressed, but when his emotions surge to a level of 100%, something terrible happens to him! As he's surrounded by false espers, evil spirits, and mysterious organizations, what will Mob think? What choices will he make?

melanieyeniz melanieyeniz says...

The style and sense of humor used is basically the same. Most likely because they're both made by the same guy! c:

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JonnySQ JonnySQ says...

Same creator with very similar humor and plotlines. They are pretty much deviations off each other.

Trogdor Trogdor says...

The art style is the same and both were written by ONE. The animes are both action/comedy and have a similar feel of a really strong protagonist, Mob Psycho 100 has more character development. Both are really well done so I'd recommend watching them.

Jarubakit Jarubakit says...

I just want to agree on this recommendation to help out. Now I'm just filling up hundred characters.

fawkingdun fawkingdun says...

It has the same mangaka, ONE, once again an OP main character, but with amazing character development 

audioXD audioXD says...

They are verry simular. They both are over powered. And the music is avsome. Sorry but I must put some text so bla bli blu bla.

Zangetsu92 Zangetsu92 says...

They are pretty much the same premise, different back stories and stories obviously but same animation, same awesome fight scenes, only difference is one is brute power and the other is akira style telekinesis! Both epic anime's IMO!

BJJShutIn BJJShutIn says...

The mangas of both of them were written by ONE.

LastGamer13 LastGamer13 says...

Comon, identical humor and animations. Mob is just as overpowered as Saitama and also doesn't seem to care a lot about things.

Denzell Denzell says...

Both adapted by the same author and both deal with the concept of a overpowered hero. The animation looks very similar.

Zegira Zegira says...

kedua anime ini sangat terkait karena tokoh dari keduanya sangat merendah dalam "show up" kekuatan mereka, ekspresi mereka pun sangant mirip ketika bertarung

Kukkucarrotcake Kukkucarrotcake says...

Praise to the animators at Madhouse studios! Their artwork is gorgeous.

I recommend both of these shows, mainly because I have never been disappointed by any of the shows made by Madhouse studios. In fact, my favourite shows are made by them. 

Mob Psycho 100 is a story about a young boy with psychic abilities and his boss who claims to be a professional exercist. The story follows the two and their adventures of performing exercisms. This is a quircky, funny show that I would recommend to people who enjoy strange, supernatural stories with silly humor.

One Punch Man is a story set in a world where nearly everyone is a superhero and it follows a young man who doesn't care to be a superhero. He just wants to find someone who can actually challenge his tremendus fighting ability. This anime is perfect for people who are looking for a funny show with amazing fighting animation accompanied by silly humor.

It's very likely that if you enjoy one, you'll enjoy the other. I have heard nothing but good things from my friends about these two. As I'm sure you can tell from my opening blurb, I'm a huge Madhouse fan and I definitely recommend these two shows. Along with all the rest of their shows!

P.S. Enjoy! 

Telapathic Telapathic says...

They both have amazing stories. I would say that Mob Psycho 100 has more plot to it. The art style is very similar but not the same. Both have amazing comedy to them too!

DiamanteLoco DiamanteLoco says...

Main characters are in a similar position, but struggle with their powers in different ways. The comedy is similar because of ONEs distinct writing. The quality of the animation in both series is amazing.

spiersandrew spiersandrew says...

Exact same concept and essentially the same animation. Both feature characters with immense power that dwarfs anyone else in the series but are constantly looked down on due to how they act or look. 

sangheelee101 sangheelee101 says...

Made by the same creator 'ONE', the art styles are similar and unique. The plot for both anime certainly have some similarities, but the humour and action of both call for views!

ReanimateAnime ReanimateAnime says...

Two and a half years have passed since the end of mob’s old adventures. He has trained hard with Jiraiya-sama and has returned to Konoha to reunite with his friends; but Akatsuki, the organization that threatened Naruto years before, is on the move again and this time Naruto is not the only one in danger. With the powerful Akatsuki organization looming ahead of him, Sasuke still missing, and the struggle with the beast hidden inside him a continuous battle, will Naruto's hard-earned improvements be enough? Join Naruto, Sakura, new friends and the rest of the old gang as the action heats up with new techniques and stronger enemies.

zerothehero zerothehero says...

Both animes has OP(overpowered) main character(s),

both has similar leading male-character(s),

both characters fight monsters and things,

and both has kinda similar ratings.

OmniscientAristocrat OmniscientAristocrat says...

1. Both these anime have an incredibly overpowered protagonist who rarely uses his ability. 2. They are each colorful and deal with superpowers/ special abilities. 3. All of the characters are lovable and often hilarious.

boopdeedoop boopdeedoop says...

One Punch Man and Mob Psycho are both worth watching. Both are funny as hell and have left me laughing many times. They follow the line of humorous art styles on characters and how the characters act.

Starletka Starletka says...

Made by the same author, the two have similar animation (egg-faces all around), similar characters, and similar humour.

aphelionn aphelionn says...

I agree, the Mob Psycho 100 webcomic was made by the same guy (One) who made the One Punch Man webcomic. But instead of feats of physical strength, Mob displays intense supernatural powers.

phoenixaurora phoenixaurora says...

These anime are both based off webcomics by ONE. The creator's writing style is evident through the unique humour, lovable protagonists and cast of colorful supporting characters. The anime takes this fantastic material and elevates it with some of the most fluid, epicly breathtaking animated fights I've seen in years.

The theme of having special powers yet still living life humbly as an ordinary person is seen in the protagonists Mob (MP100) and Saitama (OPM). Mob is both special and ordinary. His nickname is even a reference to the idea of a "background character/NPC". Despite his unassuming looks, he has extraordinary potential to level a city.

In their show's universe, Saitama and Mob are probably the strongest in their respective fields, but don't have widespread recognition among the general public. Even if they don't have huge ambitions to become the best superhero or the strongest esper, the show sends a message that it's okay as long as people try to do the right thing.  

As well, Saitama has some character traits in common with Reigen from MP100. Both Reigen and Saitama can be over the top and exaggerated at times. Other times, they're cool, collected and confident. As adults, they're more mature than teenage protagonists like Mob, but they still have a youthful sort of passion for heroism in the world. 

reebs94 reebs94 says...

Both anime are from the same creator, giving both a similar feel and animation style. Each has an over-powered main character; although they share this same characteristic, the ways in which the characters deal with their powers is highly different. Saitama accepts his abilities and uses them to his full strength while Mob does what he can to keep his powers under control. Overall, both anime have interesting story lines and well thought out characters. 

hinkil hinkil says...

God like MC                                                                                                           

Slade1818 Slade1818 says...

Its made by the same Author: One. Both Characters are OP laid back nice guys altho Mob doesnt go around looking for trouble like Saitama.

tonny89 tonny89 says...

The main caracter here are basic the same, extremely powerful but life still feels empty. The essence of this animes are not based on complex stories. But still incredible how interesting and wonderfully i love both.  

EagleZombie EagleZombie says...

They're both stories about incredibly powerful, but underrated characters that give you a different perspective on everyday things. 

DOOLY DOOLY says...

UNPREDICTABLE-If you're not into superpowers or supernatural thingy, you'll be, if you'll watch this. That's all. Trust me. ;-)

ThePinkYandere ThePinkYandere says...

The art style is very similar. Both animes also revolve around the idea of a group of people having special powers, and many of them misusing the powers. Both of the main characters in the shows are very lovable, and have almost similar personalities. They are both unbeatable and stronger than others.

ReaperOS ReaperOS says...

They are both beuatifully animation series brimming with comedy and enough action to keep a shounen enthusiast satisfied for days.

Atomikitten Atomikitten says...

Both of One's creations are filled with laugh-out-load moments pieced togtehr with stunning and unusal ways to show action. A must watch if you love Saitama and his everyday with unbelieveable power. 

Primery Primery says...

Made by the same animators, both are very funny and twist your usual shonen story-telling. Both have over-powered main characters that don't generally like their powers.

FullmetalDragon FullmetalDragon says...

Both series have the same original creator, and have a seriously similar vibe. They're both kinda weird comedies, with wacky characters and general awesomeness

Manda221B Manda221B says...

Not only are they made by the same person (the style is similar for both animes) but the storylines are also similar. They're both about a character who has extraordinary gifts with bits of humor through the show. Overall, both animes are exceptional.

AnimeScient AnimeScient says...

Saitaiman and the mc of mob Psycho 100 are both very blank facial expressed mcs with op powers. The art style is very similar and watching dub version of both is not reccomended.

amyroswell amyroswell says...

Both of them have comedic and serious aspects to them. They can be silly at times but continue to keep your interest even when you're not laughing.

My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia

Izuku has dreamt of being a hero all his life—a lofty goal for anyone, but especially challenging for a kid with no superpowers. That’s right, in a world where eighty percent of the population has some kind of super-powered “quirk,” Izuku was unlucky enough to be born completely normal. But that’s not going to stop him from enrolling in one of the world’s most prestigious hero academies. Now, the only thing standing between him and his first class is the academy’s formidable entrance exam—nothing a little private tutoring from the world’s mightiest hero can’t solve.

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RickGrimes RickGrimes says...

Both have superhero themes(eg:- Superhero rankings,test,lvls). Paired with superb animation. Both also have a large cast.

SakuraT37 SakuraT37 says...

Both are engrossed in the whole 'superhero' concept, unique art styles and characters. Both of these anime are amazing and deserve all the respect :)

GabiiTachibana GabiiTachibana says...

Although the protaganists are exceptionally different, both anime involve eccentric superheroes and a competitive hero ranking system. They are also both really funny!

ashman711 ashman711 says...

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.

AmazingLagann AmazingLagann says...

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.

SuperGeekSwordsman SuperGeekSwordsman says...

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)

Trinah101 Trinah101 says...

(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.

sunnysuraj sunnysuraj says...

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. 

Jdogtoocool Jdogtoocool says...

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

etherealism etherealism says...

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 (':

Jarubakit Jarubakit says...

I just want to agree on this recommendation to help out. Now I'm just filling up hundred characters.

fawkingdun fawkingdun says...

ACTION ACTION ACTION and OP main character but there's a twist to his power and it has a lovable cast (kind of)

Hutai Hutai says...

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.

Lizardbitch Lizardbitch says...

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.

IndyGamer IndyGamer says...

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.

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TheHunter2304 TheHunter2304 says...

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

Slayers Slayers says...

Both anime involve a hero agency that is tasked with protecting the world from monsters that are trying to destroy the Earth.

Shadow22m Shadow22m says...

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.

BJJShutIn BJJShutIn says...

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.

negigo negigo says...

Both are fun super hero shows in similar worlds.

                                                                                                                   

Solidwolf Solidwolf says...

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

LadyPsychic LadyPsychic says...

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.  

FullmetalDragon FullmetalDragon says...

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.

RoyalOss RoyalOss says...

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.

niotabunny niotabunny says...

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.

Saatout Saatout says...

 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.

charschemer charschemer says...

I like actions and characters with superpowers. Animes have a lesson that actually reflect in real life

celumie celumie says...

they're both hero orientated shows with some light-hearted comedy although hero aca has a better storyline

drizzy999 drizzy999 says...

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.

Hunter x Hunter (2011)

Hunter x Hunter (2011)

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?

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Quantumcaliber44 Quantumcaliber44 says...

i dont know how this hasent showed up as a recomendation , first off they are done by the same studio , studio mad house , 2nd off the main charcters are both over powered , ok gon in hxh is not super over powered and he has room to grow but often it is said for his age hes talented , the worlds are very simmillar both take place in what seems to be an alternative universe earth with people who have crazy powers and each person has a story to how they delvped or came into their own powers even if you dont get to see their storys you sence that every one is vastly different and thats a strong point in both shows , the hero socitey reminds alot of the hunter socitey , and genos and killua are simmilar charcters in personality and talent 

nafeayoite nafeayoite says...

If you liked One-Punch Man watch  Hunter x Hunter (2011)

NeverThatBored NeverThatBored says...

These anime have a lot of things in common. The art style, the variety in character design, the idea of an organization that regulates fighters, the types of characters with different powers, to name a few. If you like one, you'll probably enjoy the other.

Hunter x Hunter is much longer and has more of a plot, but they both have similar tones and a similar mix of humor and seriousness. 

Anime0Is0Life Anime0Is0Life says...

I love both of these anime, they are about fighting inhuman creatures and saving the world with inhuman powers that somehow appear

JonnySQ JonnySQ says...

The way the characters are constructed and the easy-going but still thrilling action packed episodes really complement each other. Both have very simliar attributes in fighting, where moves are original to the character, and each character has a vibrant and energetic atmosphere to them.

triatath triatath says...

This observation might not immediatly be apparent, however the idea of having extremely powerful characters mixed in with comedy and action is present in both of the series. Hunter x Hunter provides more of a build up with more story and suspense however One Punch Man will never cease to make you laugh.

Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto

Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto

In Gakuban Prefectural High School, there's a boy who just might be the coolest human being alive - a first-year student with style and finesse that solves every problem with ease, and looks absolutely fabulous in the process. Women adore him, children idolize him, and delinquents are frustrated by their inability to defeat him. The teachers can't outwit him, and when there's an animal in trouble, even the raging winds can't hold him back! Whether he's thwarting bullies, sword fighting with an angry bee, or eluding the unwanted attentions of a smitten middle-aged lady, he will always succeed and he will always look unimaginably cool while doing it. Haven't you heard? He's Sakamoto!

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Franzi Franzi says...

I've only watched the first episode of Sakamoto so far (since that's all that's out right now) but it definetely gives off a one punch man feel to it. The kind of guy who's really over powered or can do just about anything. The comedy is really similar as well since it's over the top and exaggerated. If you like either one of them then you should definetely check out the other!

ilay ilay says...

one is an action oriented the other one is school life... but both are ridiculous and over the top enough to make you laugh :)

hotspot hotspot says...

Both anime involve the titular character who exceed incredibly well at a specific task, for Saitama, it's defeating enemies with one punch... for Sakamoto, he is just overall good at everything and is always prepared. Some characters in both shows are always impressed at how well the protaganist is at everything... The other factor is the ridiculous antics the hero gets himself into, but at the end of they day he will always succeed, because he is just magically talented at it to the point that he could never lose and no one can ever beat them. 

Both shows have the same vibe of ridiculousness to them.

hummdedum hummdedum says...

They're both great comedies. They also share similar styles of art and humor.                                                                                                                                                           .

BJJShutIn BJJShutIn says...

Both main characters are overpowered in their own ways and overcome seemingly impossible circumstances.

AnnaSartin AnnaSartin says...

You might wonder what a comedy about a high school perfectionist and a superhero parody show have in common. The simple answer is that neither one of them can ever lose. The fun of the show isn't wondering if they will win, it's figuring out when and how their humorous victories will be accomplished.

The Devil is a Part-Timer!

The Devil is a Part-Timer!

When Demon King Satan was facing his demise at the hands of Hero Emilia, he had no choice but to quickly flee to another world with his Demon General, Alsiel. However, upon their arrival, the twosome is taken aback with the realization they have lost almost all of their magic - and moreover, were transformed into ordinary humans and are stranded in an otherworldly place called Japan! To survive, the Demon King must now work a part-time job at a fast-food joint and attempt to adapt to modern society the best the pair can as Japanese citizens, all while scheming to rule over the country in the process. But with Hero Emilia and others on Satan’s tail to slay him for good, will Japan ever become his new domain?

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ccallstar111 ccallstar111 says...

Both shows have a unique (and sort of ridiculous) theme. In The Devil is a Part Timer!, Satan works at a fast food restaurant. In One Punch Man, a man becomes a hero for fun and becomes too strong and gets bored of it. Both are absolutely hilarious, with some action thrown in. The jokes are never ending from the get go. If you like action-comedy, you will like both The Devil is a Part Timer! and One Punch Man.

Brightstar Brightstar says...

Both shows are amazing, hilarious, and a must-watch. Take what you know about heros or angels/demons and throw them away.

eunice222 eunice222 says...

umm ...it would seem that both the animes have almost same character as in One Punch Man - Saitama being the main hero and in The Devil Is a part time - Sadao Maou ( Dark Lord ) ..they both are funny and clever at the same time and are too much powerful and till now the Strongest in each anime. It's really an interesting and new seasons will surely come up so whoever is reading this should lift your ass up and go watch it

FullmetalDragon FullmetalDragon says...

Both are hilarious and completely ridiculous, with some seriously OP characters living normal ish lives. The humour in both is very similar too. 

BJJShutIn BJJShutIn says...

Both are hilarious comedys containing lots of action and plenty of colourful characters. Both of the main characters are strange, funny and really powerful.                                           

Gintama

Gintama

In Gintoki's Japan, the arrival of the various space races known collectively as the Amanto ended the era of the samurai. The Amanto's highly advanced technology resulted in total conquest and a severe economic shift. Now, former samurai such as Gintoki scrape together whatever livelihood they can. Gintoki's profession of choice is that of a yorozuya: he'll complete any job for money. However, he’s unmotivated; and spending most of the day on the couch with the latest issue of Jump and a carton of Strawberry Milk is his preferred pastime. It turns out that his new unpaid employees, Shinpachi and Kagura, are going to interfere with his pastime even more than with his "work"! Of course, none of this means he has really given up on his samurai ideologies!

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Akkun Akkun says...

What I like in One-Punch Man so far the most is that it resembles humour of Gintama. So if you liked Gintama style of comedy, you will also dig One-Punch Man and vice versa :3

dezzi dezzi says...

Well what can I say... they're both gag animes that have a great sense of humor with nice action scenes, but are not your run-off-the-mill comedy anime.

Soltine Soltine says...

Through out each episode of One Punch Man I felt such a massive Gintama vibe that I found my self searching each scene for a pair of glasses.

Seriously though OPM and Gintama each share a love of the absured. Gags mixed with heart wrenching moments and insane fights simply leading to (one ) punchline.

BJJShutIn BJJShutIn says...

Both main characters have funny, characters who tend to say and do things they probably shouldn't in ridiculous and dangerous situations.

Tiger & Bunny

Tiger & Bunny

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?

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TheSOSABrigadoona TheSOSABrigadoona says...

Tights & Masks for every soul! Yes, One-Punch Man is defnetely more violent, but both shows take Superpowers and Superhero character development to the next level.

GrondXIII GrondXIII says...

Both are anime set in worlds where Super Heros have been integrated into society. In One Punch Man, heros are registered and paid through donations. In Tiger & Bunny, heros have sponsors and advertisers who financially back them and cover the costs of inevitable damages.

Award Award says...

The same genres: ACTION, COMEDY, SCI FI, SUPERPOWERS.

In both anime:

- superheroes compete with each other and have their own rating;

- the protagonist works in tandem with another hero;

- a lot of superheroes with different powers, who belong to higher or lower leagues;

- shows how heroes integrate in modern society.

animeandwwefanDXXD animeandwwefanDXXD says...

Both Action Packed Superhero animes, though one punch man more focuses on the main charachter saitma (one punch man) as himself, whereas Tiger and Bunny focuses on a variety of superhero charachters and kotetsu (tiger) and barnaby (bunny) - imo tiger and bunny has better fight scenes and animation, but one punch man is definattely funnier :P

The Irregular at Magic High School

The Irregular at Magic High School

The irregular at magic high school is set in a world where magic exists but instead of using chants and spells, magic users cast spells with their Casting Assistant Device (CAD). The CAD is infused with the user’s Psions (a substance-less thought particle) that activates the device and constructs the magic ritual.

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Magicknight94 Magicknight94 says...

Basically, both series have absolutely-undefeatable emotionless protagonists. Also, the villains are downgraded dramatically.

TheSOSABrigadoona TheSOSABrigadoona says...

I may not of liked this show as much as the other fellow, but the main charactes are indeed strikingly similar.

risingstar3110 risingstar3110 says...

Romance element aside, the premise of the two shows are similar: the villian is set up to get rekted...

My Hero Academia 2

My Hero Academia 2

In a world where eighty percent of the population has some kind of super-powered “quirk,” Izuku was unlucky enough to be born completely normal. But that won’t stop him from enrolling in a prestigious hero academy. Now, the promising freshman class is making its debut at the world-renowned U.A. Sports Festival! It’s Quirk versus Quirk as our young heroes face off in the ultimate showdown.

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Silv3rDeluxe Silv3rDeluxe says...

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.

yunaleska yunaleska says...

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.

Cuticle Detective Inaba

Cuticle Detective Inaba

In a world where humans and human-animal chimeras live together, half-human criminals leave non-human clues that have the police stumped. Enter the "lone wolf" detective Hiroshi Inaba, who has the ability to extract information just by examining (or tasting) someone’s hair! While his methods are unorthodox, he's up against a half goat crime boss with an appetite for green legal tender. Can sheer dogged detective work put the baaaaad guys behind bars?

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hotspot hotspot says...

Both shows are comedy/parody anime, with graphic violence. Both shows have a random sense of humor and have strange non human characters, that are just as weird and crazy as everyone else.

CoCoRocker CoCoRocker says...

Same as the previous statements, the ironic comedy portions, as well as the fashion of story telling is very similar. Although I will say that One Punch Man had a bit more of an actual plot line while Cuticle Detective Inaba is more a series of shorts and the plot line is episodiac.