all my life i've been watching various mangas. i lost count of them:- Dragon Ball Z, Street Fighter, Virtua Fighter, pokemon, Yugi-Oh, Bey-Blade, Let's and go, digimon....etc
due to my mugen game, i've recently been interested in superheroes specifically. and i ignored manga for a little bit. now i've watched nearly every DC/Marvel animated Movies.
sdsichero wrote:The Japanese seem to have a different aesthetic for the superhero genre. I think (and I'm sure Cat will correct me) of the older stuff, Gatchaman was the closest to being a superhero type show. I haven't watched it yet but maybe Tiger & Bunny might fit the bill nowadays.
For my Japanese superhero fix, I go live action with the various tokusatsu shows.
They do. Other shows such as Tekkaman, Hurricane Polymar, the recent Tiger & Bunny are all considered super-hero titles. Even the now begun to air Zetman is in there. Wingman, the first manga I bought was a super-hero one. As SD said, the aesthetic is different and can in some ways be hard to describe. Even Saint Seiya, Madoka Magica, Shakugan no Shana, Mai-Otome and Mai-HIME could all be considered super-hero anime. The line can be blurry.
Funckygarcon, may want to check out Bleach and Naruto since you enjoyed Dragon Ball. In the end, it all depends on what you want. A prolonged series of fights, a quest series, a series about the growth of the characters, horror, horror-esque...
And yup, toku is live super-hero stuff.
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