I guess it’s a good comparison. I encourage people constantly to watch HxH and they are NEVER disappointed. I’m so glad to share the anime with other people because it’s THAT fucking good.It was a great show on HBO during the early 2000's. Critics raved about it, and there was a bit of a running joke about people who watched The Wire always raving about it and pressuring people who haven't seen it to see it.
Yes some on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu. Majority would be on Crunchy roll or Funimation Like Akira and Vampire Hunter D.Are any of these shows available on Netflix or Amazon Prime?
Robotech, Battle of the Planets, Astroboy, Space Battleship Yamamoto and Captain Harlock were the anime of my youth. There was also some inca one I can't remember right.Edit: Robotech on Amazon prime also. And if any seen Iria: Zeiram The Bounty Hunter, that's on prime now.
I have them both on my list, I like Yu Yu Hakusho better. Like shows such as Berserk and many others, Yu Yu Hakusho has aged in terms of animation. That said, the show has a lot of style and for the most part, the voice acting is very good, and of course I like the story. I think it captures emotion very well and Yusuke is fantastic as a character. I find him more relatable then any other anime protagonist. Also, Kuwabara is the greatest character in all of anime free. And just to say, I would have put Berserk on my list if it wasn't for the animation. But while Yu Yu Hakusho isn't always perfect, I think it did a good enough job for it's time that I don't take points away for the animation. I definitely think you should just to just kind deal with the animation if it bothers you, the show is great and if you loved HxH then you're probably gonna like both.I’m curious if the people who have Yu Yu in their lists have seen Hunter X Hunter? Both are made by Yoshihiro Togashi. Personally I’ve only seen a little bit of Yu Yu. I tried to go back and watch it but the quality is just too old/bad for me. It needs a makeover like HxH (2011) got.