For those who are fans of Fire Force, these fantastic animes are for you.
Anime Fire Force, a shounen action film, was released in time for the busy summer of 2019.
The universe of Fire Force, created by David Production’s adaptation studio, has a new cause of death. Human Combustion is a phenomenon that transforms humans into Infernals, a type of magical fire creature. One of the best fire fighters in the world, Shinra Kusakabe can manipulate fire right in front of his very own eyes.
In addition to his duties as a firefighter for the Eighth Special Fire Brigade, Shinra spends his time hunting for answers about his brother, whom he previously believed to have been killed. If you’re looking for a replacement for Fire Force once you’ve finished all the episodes, we’ve got a few recommendations.
Louis Kemner will post an update on July 27th, 2020. It’s time to see what other action/adventure shows are out there now that Fire Force’s second season has begun. It’s easy to fall in love with an anime series, and there’s always a new one to try out. In terms of Fire Force, what should follow? Anime fans, here are five more to watch.
1. Goblin Slayer
This is one of the list’s more intensely mature titles. In its 12-episode run, Goblin Slayer is an action-packed tale that contains a variety of exciting fight scenes.
Goblins are the only foes the hero will face, as implied by the title, which refers to him as the “Goblin Slayer.” To his great relief, however, a priestess and an archer are joining forces with him to form a more complete group.
2. Tokyo Ghoul
Fans of Fire Force looking for something a little more intense might check out this seinen series. There are ghouls in this dark realm who haunt the night and prey on humans, and they wield kagune, magical powers that allow them to do so (taking the form of fantasy-style appendages). Ken Kaneki, a half-ghoul, is the protagonist.
As Shinra and company battled the Infernals, defending the city from street ghouls and protecting the helpless is a lot like that. An further moral dilemma arises from the fact that innocent ghouls are sought alongside their more malevolent counterparts.
3. Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign
Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign was released in the spring of 2015 as a shounen-vampire anime. Like Fire Force, it takes place in a world where a new cause of death has been discovered. An unknown virus has been unleashed in Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign, killing anyone older than 13 years old.
Vampires, similar to the Infernals in Fire Force, are also a real possibility. The story of Yuuichirou Hyakuya, a boy from the Hyakuya Orphanage, is told in Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign. He has vowed to avenge the deaths of his family by slaying the vampires. Vampire Reign is a 12-episode season of Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign.
4. My Hero Academia
Shounen-superpower anime My Hero Academia premiered in the spring of 2016. Both anime take place in planets where characters have superpowers, and this one has a lot in common with Fire Force. There are several similarities between My Hero Academia’s protagonist, Izuku Midoriya, and Fire Force’s Shinra Kusakabe. Their shared goal: to become heroes who save the people they care about.
Despite their differences, they are both good people who stand up for what they believe is right in the face of opposition. It follows Izuku, a.k.a. Deku, on his quest to become the world’s greatest hero. The League of Villains stands in Deku’s way, making the journey a difficult one. The fourth season of My Hero Academia, which will consist of 25 episodes, will premiere in the current fall 2019 television season.
5. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a shounen-magic anime that aired in the spring of 2009. The anime has a lot in common with Fire Force because both of its protagonists have superpowers. Shinra Kusakabe can use his feet to manipulate fire in Fire Force, while Edward Elric can use alchemy in Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood.
Concerning their brother, Edward and Shinra are at odds. Alchemy took a chunk out of Alphonse, Edward’s brother. Fire Force, Shinra believes his brother has been killed by Infernals, but this isn’t the case. As of this writing, there are 64 episodes in the series Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
6. Fire in his Fingertips: A Flirty Fireman Ravishes Me With his Smoldering Gaze
An adult ecchi rom-com anime, Fire in his Fingertips: A Flirty Fireman Ravishes Me With his Smoldering Gaze was released in the summer of 2019. The main concept of this anime is the same as that of Fire Force. Both are centered on the profession of firefighting. It’s a different story when it comes to firefighters in Fire in His Fingertips, though.
The plot revolves around a womanizer firefighter named Souma Mizuno. After saving his childhood friend Ryou Fujihashi’s apartment from a fire, he and the woman he saved her from become more than just friends. There are eight episodes in a season of Fire in His Fingertips. Each episode of the anime lasts around six minutes.
7. Demon Slayer
Demon Slayer is a shounen-demon anime that premiered in the spring of 2019. Fire Force and this anime have a lot in common because they both have gloomy themes. Bloodthirsty infernals rule Fire Force, while in Demon Slayer, demons stalk the land. His sister Nezuko has been attacked by a demon, and Tanjirou Kamado wants to save people from them. As with Shinra Kusakabe, Shinra Kusakabe is motivated by the desire to get revenge on the Infernals who murdered his brother.
Tanjirou’s journey to find a cure for Nezuko is documented in Demon Slayer. Along the way, Tanjirou discovers many new facts about himself and the environment he inhabits. There are 26 episodes throughout the entire season of Demon Slayer.
Promare, an action-super power anime film, was released in May 2019. As with Fire Force, the film takes set in a universe where mystical fire creatures are commonplace. As such, they are referred to as Infernals in Fire Force. They’re known as Burnish in Promare. Promare’s “Burning Rescue” team of firefighters is also responsible for putting the Burnish out of his misery.
As reported by the Anime News Network, the developer of Fire Force, Atsushi Ohkubo, made a reference to Studio Trigger’s Promare designs being stolen from Fire Force.
9. Blue Exorcist
Blue Exorcist is a shounen-supernatural anime that premiered in the spring of 2011. Like Fire Force, the anime’s protagonists share many of the same characteristics. In both Fire Force and Blue Exorcist, Shinra Kusakabe and Rin Okumura feel like they have something to prove. The two of them are at odds over a family member and both feel compelled to intervene.
Fighting scenes abound in both shows. Rin’s encounters with demons are featured in Blue Exorcist. Rin aspires to be an exorcist so he can take on his brother and enjoy a life of freedom. The two seasons of Blue Exorcist broadcast a total of 25 episodes.
10. Soul Eater
Anime shounen-fantasy Soul Eater was released in the spring of 2008. Atsushi Ohkubo, the man behind Fire Force, also created this anime. Fire Force incorporates design cues from Soul Eater, such as Shinra Kusakabe’s signature smirk and character designs.
A otherworldly foe appears in both shows. The Infernals must be defeated by Shinra, and the Shinigami must be defeated by Soul eater Evans. Their planets are under peril, and they must simultaneously train to become stronger. Soul Eater is a one-season series with 51 episodes. Soul Eater NOT!, a 12-episode spin-off to the original series, also aired.