My Hero Academia
My Hero Academia takes place in a world where almost everyone has a special ability called a “quirk.” With these new super powers becoming the norm, anyone without one of these “quirks” is left feeling like the odd one out. Such was the case for My Hero Academia protagonist Izuku Midoriya. As fate would have it, however, Izuku eventually ends up with his own quirk with the aid of his personal idol All Might. He then enrolls in a school that caters to gifted students with quirks and begins training to be a true hero as the threat of a dangerous villain organization begins to loom over the horizon.
Even if you haven’t seen this anime before you’re probably already imaging the similarities this anime has with Naruto. Even as a newbie to the community of quirk-having heroes, Izuku has a level of determination that can only be matched by Naruto. If you find yourself enjoying anime where the main character is constantly screaming “I can do it,” “I will succeed,” “You won’t stop me,” or any other phrase of this nature, then both Naruto and My Hero Academia will be your cup of tea. Both Naruto and Izuku also have similarities in their backstories as well. Just like Naruto, Izuku has been bullied and looked down upon by society for being different from everyone else. Not to mention the school has a set of trials in My Hero Academia that will easily give you the feel of Chuunin exams.