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Bounty Dog

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The Moon – Earth’s mysterious companion for countless ages, always keeping its dark side hidden from human eyes. It has not stayed hidden forever, as the moon has now been colonized and has a city of its own on the surface. However, something has taken offence at the human incursion – “The Sleeper” is awakening.

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Masamune SHIROW Character Design
Hirotoshi SANO Character Design
Hiroshi NEGISHI Director

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Title Author Score Date
Bounty Dog roriconfan 6/10 Apr 19, 2012
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Collection of R1 anime 3v0m 466 Jul 9, 2010
Worst Anime Canal 93 Sep 19, 2009
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Venus Wars

Venus Wars
  • Movie (1 ep x 105 min)
  • 1989

Set in the 21st century on a recently terraformed Venus, Venus Wars is the story of a war between two opposing nations, and the effect it has on a group of teenagers. Dark and gritty, with an air similar to that of Akira, it focuses on coming of age during the midst of a planet's devastating war.

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TheBurningCrow
All in all, these both have a very similar feel. They both have the "great" 80's music as well as the same level of animation and similar animation at that. They also are both fairly Sci-Fi based, so you'd like one if you liked the other.
sothis
When watching Bounty Dog or Venus Wars, one major thing sticks out: the color and animation style. Both BD and VW both possess a very yellow, bleak version of a planet in space, where all sorts of things go wrong. You'll get the same dark and gritty feel from watching each of these, so check them out.

Big Wars

Big Wars
  • Movie (1 ep x 70 min)
  • 1993

The year is 2416 AD, 40 years into the war between humanity and the mysterious race called The Gods. Seeking to halt mankind's expansion beyond Earth, the Gods are on a campaign of extermination against the Martian colonies. As the sandships of humanity pit their guns against the Gods' forces, the alien Hell carrier is preparing to lead an assault on the Nile Canal. Now, captain Aku Kanki, one of the only ones to have fought Hell and survived, must command a state-of-the-art battleship in a mission to destroy Hell and strike a decisive blow against the God incursion...

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Frost
Both of these offworld sci-fi anime have a gritty atmosphere to them, with the protagonists fighting against mysterious alien foes to save humanity. Although Bounty Dog has a more character-driven story, both of these titles have the same feel to them, and should please any fan of space colony conflict.

Bubblegum Crisis

Bubblegum Crisis

The year is 2032. Tokyo has been destroyed by a great earthquake and a new city, MegaTokyo, has risen from the ashes. Humans now live side-by-side with androids known as Boomers who perform many of the menial and laborious tasks that humans despise, but these artificial servants come with a price: they have a tendency to go haywire and attack those they were built to serve. The A.D. Police force was created to try and stop this menace, but its weapons can do little more than annoy the Boomers. Hope lies with the Knight Sabers, four young women with high-tech, armored suits and enough firepower to stop an army - but will it be enough to stop MegaTokyo's greatest threat?

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TheBurningCrow
I'm not sure what it is, but both of these seem to have the same play-through as far as watching them, although Bounty Dog has a definate ending to it. They kind of have the same action in both animes with some really cool scenes in both.

Dallos

Dallos

Decades ago, the moon was colonized and turned into a mining colony whose profits benefited Earth and its people. A generation has passed and the workers are now treated as slaves -- forced to work in the mines under the rule of earth-born men, with many of the young people having never been to the land of their heritage. The time has come, however, for a rebellion to take place: to command Earth to hear their pleas; and afterwards, the moon and Dallos, the moon's god-like structure who silently sleeps and protects its inhabitants, will never be the same...

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sothis
The moon obviously is a similarity between these two series, but more than that, they have the same kind of feel and pacing as well. If you are looking for moon-bound action with plenty of weirdness, this is for you.

Darkside Blues

Darkside Blues
  • Movie (1 ep x 85 min)
  • 1994

In a world dominated by the ultimate family corporation, a man arrives by unusual means in the worst part of the worst city in the world: Tokyo Darkside. His origin is uncertain, his powers unknown, and his motivations obscure. We know only that his purpose is ‘renewal’. Of what? Or whom? This complex and highly symbolic movie will appeal to any who enjoys trying puzzle understanding from fragments. The fights are spectacular, and it does make sense… eventually.

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TheBurningCrow
Maybe it's because we watched these 2 back-to-back, but both of them seem to have a similar animation style as well as atmosphere. They both have that dark, "something isn't quite right here" felling to them.