Top 10 manga like My hero academia
Top 10 manga must read if you like “My hero academia”
10. Little Witch Academia
1 Season, 25 Episodes
Little Witch Academia and My Hero Academia share numerous resemblances. The protagonist, Akko, a 16-year-old with aspirations of becoming a witch to contribute to societal betterment, mirrors the ambition seen in My Hero Academia. Akko idolizes the renowned witch Shiny Chariot, who serves as a role model for girls everywhere.
Despite lacking evident magical abilities, Akko joins the Luna Nova witch school to pursue her dreams, forging new friendships and encountering a few adversaries along the journey. Unbeknownst to Akko initially, one of her Luna Nova teachers turns out to be none other than Shiny Chariot herself.
26 Seasons, 720 Episodes
Part of the renowned Shonen triumvirate alongside One Piece and Bleach, Naruto narrates the tale of Naruto Uzumaki, an outcasted youth. Having recently graduated from ninja school, Naruto harbors the ambitious dream of becoming Hokage, aspiring to be a revered and admired ninja. His journey commences from humble beginnings, steadily progressing through hard work and determination.
While lacking the traditional “school life” elements, Naruto and his companions epitomize classic Shonen heroism, evoking a sense of admiration akin to characters draped in heroic capes. The combat system, rooted in jutsu techniques, bears a striking resemblance to the Quirk-based combat system in My Hero Academia, featuring iconic techniques like the Rasengan, Sharingan, and mind transfer jutsu.
8. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
1 Season, 64 Episodes
The endearing renegades, Edward and Alphonse Elric, are alchemists on a quest to restore their maimed bodies and seek redemption for attempting to bring the dead back to life through alchemy. Their journey becomes entangled in a malevolent and expansive conspiracy to dominate the entire world, led by the nightmarish villain Father and his henchmen.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, cherished by Shonen action enthusiasts, often receives higher acclaim than even My Hero Academia. This anime boasts vibrant characters, profound philosophical undertones, a stellar original soundtrack, and captivating action sequences featuring alchemy and supernatural homunculi.
7. Food Wars!
5 Seasons, 86 Episodes
Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma unfolds in a culinary school setting, showcasing the journey of protagonist Soma Yukihira as he masters the art of gourmet cuisine. Similar to Izuku, Soma starts as an outsider at his school and initially faces skepticism from both peers and instructors. However, he swiftly proves his culinary prowess, earning respect from classmates and teachers alike.
Soma’s culinary philosophy revolves around the understanding that love is the ultimate secret ingredient. He believes that preparing dishes for family and friends holds more power than any recipe in a cooking duel. Each student at Totsuki Academy boasts a unique cooking style, ranging from smoking meats to mastering Italian or Chinese cuisine, akin to the individualized Quirks in My Hero Academia.
6. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
6 Seasons, 190 Episodes
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure introduces anime enthusiasts to the Joestar family, who, across generations, engage in epic battles against malevolent forces. In 1880s England, Jonathan Joestar confronts the vampiric overlord Dio Brando, while in the 1980s, the tough and tsundere Jotaro Kujo faces off against Dio and his minions once more.
At the core of this series are “stands,” tangible manifestations of an individual’s combat abilities. Stand battles, a spectacle that must be witnessed, stand out as some of the most imaginative and intense Shonen action sequences. With their distinctive powers, stands serve as JoJo’s equivalent to battle-honed Quirks.
5. Welcome To Demon School, Iruma-Kun!
3 Seasons, 54+ Episodes
Step into the enchanting realm of “Welcome to Demon School, Iruma-kun!” – an isekai that shares many parallels with My Hero Academia. In both narratives, a gentle and wholesome young boy finds himself enrolled in a magical school where every student possesses supernatural abilities. However, Iruma Suzuki’s classmates aren’t ordinary individuals with Quirks; they are demons.
As the sole human student at Babyls, Iruma faces the challenge of seamlessly blending in with his demon classmates. To navigate this otherworldly environment, he relies on the ring of gluttony, akin to his own version of One For All, to ensure his survival. Along his journey, Iruma forms endearing connections with a cast of delightful characters, including the spirited Valac Clara, the regal Asmodeus Alice, and even the student council president, Azazel Ameri.
4. Jujutsu Kaisen
1 Season, 24 Episodes
In the realm of anime, Jujutsu Kaisen emerges as a captivating shonen series, blending the elements of school life seamlessly with thrilling fantasy action, reminiscent of My Hero Academia. The central character, Yuji Itadori, stands as a highly athletic high school student whose destiny takes a dark turn after consuming one of Ryomen Sukuna’s fingers, thrusting him into the world of sorcery where he must combat curses.
Similar to Izuku, Yuji transforms into a melee fighter overnight, acquiring powers that bring with them the challenge of mastery. Fortunately, he finds support in his mentor, Satoru Gojo, who safeguards and guides him through the intricacies of sorcery at the Tokyo technical school dedicated to curse wielders like them.
3. Demon Slayer
3 Seasons, 55 Episodes
Demon Slayer stands as one of the most prominent titles in the shonen genre at present. Its anime made a colossal impact on the anime community, captivating audiences with its exceptional animation, poignant narrative, and a remarkable original soundtrack. At the heart of Demon Slayer is Tanjiro Kamado, an empathetic swordsman who earns his livelihood by confronting demons head-on.
Tanjiro’s journey is deeply personal, fueled by the quest to find a cure for his little sister Nezuko, who has been transformed into a demon. In many aspects, Tanjiro mirrors Izuku—an amiable and diligent young man who dedicated over a year to rigorous training, all in the pursuit of standing a chance against genuine villainy in mortal combat.
2. One Piece
20 Seasons, 1,044 Episodes
While the substantial length of One Piece might seem daunting to newcomers, for committed shonen anime enthusiasts, the journey is undeniably rewarding. Centered around the classic shonen protagonist Monkey D. Luffy, One Piece follows his quest to ascend as the future Pirate King and navigate the world alongside his crew, a surrogate family he discovers along the way.
Distinguishing itself with a greater emphasis on exploration compared to MHA, One Piece shares common ground with its fellow top-tier shonen series. Both are characterized by vibrant characters, compelling humor, and engaging action. Moreover, the Devil Fruit combat system in One Piece bears a striking resemblance to Quirks, featuring users endowed with elemental attacks, bodily modifications, and various other extraordinary abilities.
1. The Misfit Of Demon King Academy
1 Season, 13 Episodes
In The Misfit of Demon King Academy, the fusion of school life and action, akin to MHA, takes on a distinctively unique approach. The central character, Anos Voldigoad, diverges from the typical underdog narrative seen in Izuku Midoriya. Rather, Anos stands as the overwhelmingly powerful demon king, resurrected in a new era.
Enrolling at a demon school bearing his own name, Anos is discontented with the prevailing atmosphere. Rampant bullying of half-bloods by pureblood students, coupled with widespread arrogance and complacency, prompts the disguised demon king to rectify the situation. He embarks on the task of setting his classmates on the right path, engaging in fantasy battles that gradually reshape the dynamics of the school.
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