Stuck for ideas of what to watch next? Browse our selection of genres and decades to find hidden movie gems or rediscover old time classics.
From thrilling page turners to beautiful novels, we present you books and authors similar to the ones you love. Enjoy our recommendations – from bookworms for bookworms.
If you share our passion for music, have a browse through our list of genres and discover unmissable artists and songs from the past 50 years. You’ll find a bit of old, a bit of new and a bit of something you probably have never heard of before.
Whatever type of game you’re looking for, you’ll surely find one that tickles your fancy here. Choose your next favourite from one of our wonderful articles and get playing!
I’m not much of an anime fan. Yes I know this is not anime, but it does have a certain degree of anime art to it. This show blew my mind. At first it started out a bit slow and typical but soon turned into an epic that kept me at the edge of my seat. The characters are just amazing and completely on point with their behavior. The humor is also timed magnificently. The story took a lot of turns, but it always made sense.
As you can see, I am an ‘Avatar’ fan. To be honest, you should be too. Want to know more TV shows like ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’? Maybe you saw some of them and can relate. Check them out below.
As soon as I got of my ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ fix I found out that ‘Legend of Korra’ was on with a full four seasons already released. I was skeptical to say the least; no one can outperform Aang and the original crew. To my surprise the show was magnificent. Definitely more down to earth but it did lack a certain touch the original had.
‘Legend of Korra’ is also based around an Avatar, only this time her name is Korra. She is fierce and an interesting character but at times it seemed like she didn’t live up to her full potential. In any case, check out the show if you haven’t already.
‘Fullmetal Alchemist’ is just one of those shows that stay with you. Again, I’m not much into anime, but this one stuck with me. The series immediately starts you off with a great ethical choice leaving the dead in peace or working to get them back.
That by itself is a great plot device, one which was wonderfully used the by the show’s creators. I would suggest that you buckle up and follow the story of two brothers that wanted to resurrect their mother while unleashing hell on Earth in the process.
The whole world probably knows of the ‘Dragonball‘ series. However, I would like to point out that the original ‘Dragonball’ that wasn’t just about power levels, laughing at each other while flying and telling them how weak they are. I’m talking about Goku’s journey of becoming a better martial artist.
Character development mattered, story arcs were pretty fun and the humor was simply laugh out loud. I also distinctly remember how they made Master Roshi who was lovable, yet a pervert. That’s not really something you see every day.
Do you hate letting go of your favorite shows? Well ‘One Piece’ is so long you won’t need to let go of it or quite some time. It has almost 600 episodes and they are still being made. I haven’t seen a lot of them to be honest, but those that I have seen really put a smile on my face.
‘One Piece’ focuses on Monkey D. Luffy that is trying to find famous treasure named One Piece. The shows art style is nowhere near the smoothness that Avatar has, but then again the show started in 1999 so naturally the technology was different. I really recommend you check out this one!
It was really hard to find shows that could even relate to such a masterpiece of a cartoon. Still, if you enjoy the funny yet spiritual vibe of the show, you just might like these movies.
‘Princess Mononoke’ centers around Ashitaka, a young warrior who has been stricken by a curse and now must travel to a mystical forest to find the cure. Little did he know that he ventured into a warzone between the humans led by Lady Aboshi against the forest led by non‐other than Princess Mononoke. The main theme of the story is humans vs. nature which is then drenched in beautiful animations followed by spiritual messages about how to live in harmony.
This move should be your next in line after watching ‘Princess Mononoke’. The environmental theme is very present, however this time it is set in a sort of dystopian sci‐fi world where two nations are trying to kill each other while planet is suffering in the process. Nausicaa is not really much of a mystical superheroine like Mononoke, but definitely has her heart set to stop the war. The element that stuck with me were the Ohmos, these giant bug like creatures that gave me a distinct feeling as if they should be on the fictional planet Arakis from the Dune universe.
I for one loved the movie and would really recommend it to anyone. If nothing else, you can enjoy the great scenery the movie has to offer.
Unfortunatly, you can’t really expect to see a different movie or tv series like ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ unless it’s set in the same universe, made by the same people. However, you can check out Avatar comics which really give more insight into the world. Whatever you do, try to stay clear from ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ movie. Trust me.
Which scenes and episodes did you love from ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’? Do you know any other series similar to ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’?
Tell us in the comments below!
Actually, there is only one show that is extremely similar to Avatar and that is “Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic”
The concept of the Magi and Avatar, The 4 elements and the 8 magic types, The 4 Nations and The Seven Seas.
Naruto would probably second due to the nations and elements but it’s too far in terms of plot.
Hi, thanks for your comment. Is there anything you particularly liked about ‘Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic’? We look forward to hearing your thoughts!