We’re all familiar with Takemichi’s heroic efforts to save his ex-girlfriend. The anime is now airing its third season, while the manga has concluded. Even though fans of the manga know how Takemichi’s narrative will finish, those who like the animated version continue to watch it.
Without a doubt, Tokyo Revengers sparked a worldwide interest in stories about criminals, yet there aren’t many Anime shows revolving on bike gangs.
However, there are many great series that share some similarities with Tokyo Revengers in terms of plot or tone. Some of our favorites are listed here.
Yu Yu Hakusho
Similar to the crime drama Tokyo Revengers, the protagonists of Yu Yu Hakusho are juvenile offenders.
The narrative of Yusuke Urameshi, an adolescent boy, is told in a Shonen Animanga series created by Yoshihiro Togashi. In the show, he is shown as someone who enjoys doing everything but studying. Up until he is hit by a car, he lives the life of a renegade.
Yu Yu Hakusho is a great choice if you like stories with a lot of action, some drama, and a dash of humor.
My Hero Academia
Deku, the protagonist of My Hero Academia, is a whiney brat like Takemichi who is born into a world where most people have multiple special abilities (or “quirks”)
He lacks any distinguishing characteristics but hopes to make it as a professional hero. Thankfully, All Might, Deku’s tutor, recognizes his dedication and rewards him by giving him his quirk.
My Hero Academia was criticized for featuring a whiny protagonist as first, but as the series progressed, viewers grew to love and respect the show’s characters.
Another anime series with a whiney lead character, Tanjiro Kamado, is presented. This is understandable given that he watched his entire family murdered and his little sister turned into a monster before his very eyes.
Despite the hardships he endured as a youth, he eventually rises through the ranks of the Demon Slayer Corps to a respectable position.
Takemichi uses his power to go through time to prevent the death of his girlfriend in Tokyo Revengers. In a similar vein, Tanjiro exerts tremendous effort in Demon Slayer to reverse his sister’s demonization. Thus, the protagonists of both series go off on an adventure to protect the people they care about.
Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation
In the novel Tokyo Revengers, the protagonist, Takemichi, is on the verge of death when he realizes he has the capacity to time travel. Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation similarly follows a despondent guy who, having grown weary of life, chooses to end it in an accident. A new, enchanted life awaits him later.
He faces an initial conundrum upon discovering his new body, parents, and environment. However, he is progressively drawn in by the allure of his new existence and the power he now possesses.
Every anime fan should check out Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation because of its stunning visuals and fast-paced plot.
There is a clear thematic connection between Erased and Tokyo Revengers. Satoru Fujinuma, the protagonist of Erased, has Takemichi’s time-travel powers. When he spots a blue butterfly, he can go through time and prevent a disaster from happening in the present.
But then something terrible occurs, and he has to travel 18 years back in time to stop a serial murderer from killing his elementary school friends.
Produced by A-1 Pictures, each episode of Erased will have viewers on the edge of their seats because to the stunning animation and riveting tale. We guarantee that you will be devouring this one!
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