The world of
Today we’ll focus on a shōnen
For those of you who do not know,
Here are of the 15 best
1. Dragon Ball
Akira Toriyama’s immensely popular franchise started with Dragon Ball.
Based on the classical novel Journey to the West, the series has Son Goku facing different enemies on his path of becoming better and maturing in the process.
Dragon Ball is probably the best martial arts
Hunter x Hunter
Whether you pick the original series or the remake,
This is a purely martial-arts-based
3. Yū Yū Hakusho
Another classic, Yū Yū Hakusho has the status of one of the most important martial arts
Yū Yū Hakusho is a classic series from the 90s that combines martial arts with supernatural elements, in which aspect it is most similar to Bleach.
The show is an absolute must-see for all
Dragon Ball Z
Son Goku’s story is continued in
The setting is pretty much the same and a lot of old characters return, but the threats are new and far more dangerous.
While Dragon Ball was a coming-of-age story,
5. One-Punch Man
The story of a guy who becomes so
He is bored due to this and constantly yearns for a true challenge.
One-Punch Man is extremely popular and it is a very well-balanced seinen martial arts series.
There’s lots of good humor which we are quite certain you are going to enjoy watching.
Masashi Kishimoto is the author of yet another franchise that has three parts.
7. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
Another classic on the list, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is probably the historically most important title on this list. Along with the original Dragon Ball.
This show is also focused on martial arts and fighting but has some supernatural elements that make it special.
The show is bizarre, as the title says, but in a positive way with some great action sequences.
this time around it sees a more
Shippuden is darker and more
It also has great character development and follows
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
On the other hand, Brotherhood follows the original
Which one should you watch? Both, if you ask us!
It’s one of the most popular
There is a lot of fighting, but the focus is on great pirate adventures, character development, and the quest for a long-hidden treasure.
That is the ultimate motive of the whole show.
You’ll utterly enjoy
11. Assassination Classroom
Assassination Classroom is quite a weird series, but we love it.
The premise is that a group of high school students have to assassinate their homeroom teacher, an octopus-like creature that vowed to destroy the world in one year.
While he teaches them homeroom, he also teaches them how to assassinate him.
The show is hilarious, has a bunch of life lessons, and despite the weird premise – we promise you’ll adore it!
Dragon Ball Super
Yet another sequel to Toriyama’s original story,
Super dwells into the depths of Goku’s origins and further establishes him as the savior of Earth.
This series also establishes the multiverse and has Goku reach the divine status as Earth’s strongest fighter.
He faces off against monsters, relatives, and even gods and manages to be the best, which is why we still love him and Toriyama’s stories.
You might have to get used to the older style, but it’s certainly worth it.
Now, Boruto might be controversial with a lot of the hardcore fans of
That said, the series that focuses on
We think that it is absolutely worth watching.
The narrative and the style are a bit different, the main characters are from a new generation of shinobi (ninja), but it’s still the same world and the same setting.
Bleach is a darker version of some of the titles on this list.
It has a lot of martial arts and fighting elements, but focuses on the supernatural, as the protagonist Ichigo has to fight a variety of demons and other opponents to save his world and friends.
Bleach is a great pick if you prefer a deeper storyline and you’ll certainly be drawn into Tite Kubo’s world if you give it a shot.
Anime Like My Hero Academia:
- Talentless NANA.
- Gurren Lagann.
Fairy Tail. Fire Force.
- Twin Star Exorcist.
And with this, we can conclude our article.
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