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In a post-apocalyptic world overrun with great beasts called Filth Monsters, a glimmering dome protrudes from the wasteland. This is Zuellni, a mobile city unique for having a consciousness in the form of ‘electronic fairies’. Moreover, Zuellni is an academy where the next generation of powerful Heavens-Blade wielders gather to pit their strength against each other in inter-platoon competitions. Nina Antalk, military student and leader of the 17th Platoon, is intent on recruiting only the best; thus, when mysterious Layfon Alseif transfers to the academy, she instantly recognizes his abilities and decides he’s the perfect candidate to join her group. However, with a secret past that won’t leave him alone, and unknown powers beyond the academy taking an interest in Zuellni, Layfon joining the team is only the start of all their troubles.
Chrome Shelled Regios and Blue Gender share next to no similarities, besides the fact that they are essentially soldiers fighting giant mutant insect monsters.
Both include conflict around groups of predominently young people. Both have main male characters overcoming unfortunate pasts in an other-worldly scenario with monster creatures that feed on people. Chrome shelled has a bit nicer animation and has a few similarities to eureka seven as well.
In the distant future many things have changed. Worlds are colonized and people travel the stars freely. The GOTT (Galactic Organization of Trades and Tarifs) exists to maintain order and peace along the galaxies. Enter two ES members. Eclair and Lumiere. They are sent on missions to keep the universal peace, under the flag of GOTT. But soon they come to realize that there is more going on behind the scenes than they previously imagined...
both are soap opera's. Though while in Kiddy Grade the drama is more central, Blue Gender has a deep romance story. I got the feeling there was somehow more Character Development in Blue Gender, at cost of humor. Kiddy Grade has more humor and some fanservice, at the cost of really deep character development.
It is the year 2023, 30 years since the time of the Silent Crisis that brought the world to the brink of destruction. In the present, other-dimensional beings known as the Lucifer Hawk are running rampant, and threaten to take over the human world. The only hope for mankind is the AMP -- the Attacked Mystification Police -- a group of women with paranormal abilities who are dedicated to stopping the Hawk at all costs. With the frequency of attacks increasing and the bodies piling up, it's up to Katsumi Liqeuer and the rest of the gang to stop the invading threat... before it's too late.
Blue Gender and Silent Mobius don't necessarily share a similar plot, but all I can say is that each one was so compelling in its combination of horror, sci fi, and character development that I couldn't wait to watch each episode in turn. If you are looking for a fantastic sci-fi journey with twists and turns, and great characters, this is definitely for you.
A devastating earthquake strikes Tokyo, leaving the city in ruins. Man's only hope is to use boomers, an artificial humanoid form. Everything seems perfect until some of the boomers go crazy and start killing people. The only hope of stopping them is the Knight Sabers, a group of 4 female heroes in form-fitting power suits, with which they can perform amazing feats of strength and agility.
Blue Gender and Bubblegum Crisis have a lot of similarities just in elements introduced in each one. If you like strange robots or bugs taking over the world in one, you will like that in the other. Also the use of power suits in BGC is similar to the use of Shrikes in Blue Gender. Overall I liked Blue Gender better though.
Ayato Kamina may seem like an average boy in a devastated world, but after being captured by TERRA, a military organization set on saving the world from the Mu, an alien race set on "tuning" the world, he realizes he is an instrument in deciding the fate of humanity and piloting RahXephon. Not only is Ayato the only person who can control the mecha, but he also has a terrible fate of his own. Holding onto memories of his old life and grasping to keep his own humanity, he must struggle in this new world and realize his true potential with RahXephon.