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Earth is under attack by other-dimensional threats known as Nova, and only the Pandora – girls with special implants that grant them enhanced physical abilities – can battle against them to protect the planet. The military academy Genetics helps train the Pandora, who must choose a younger boy known as a Limiter to assist them in combat. Bridgette L Sattelizer, known to her peers as 'Untouchable', is at the top of her class and lets no one near her – that is, until new student Kazuya Aoi falls into her breasts one day...
Girls take foreign objects into their bodies which give them power to fight both monsters, and themselves. Freezing is a lot darker than just another ecchi anime. And you will see this more and more as the series progresses. The tragic backstories of the some of the characters, the violence, the semi-monster transformations, the death and suffering, and many other things make these two anime very similar.
Claymore is about a group of female warriors who hunt demons. The main Claymore, Claire, is supported by a young boy named Raki.
In Freezing, a group of female warriors fight an alien menace. The main character, Bridgette, is supported by a young boy named Kazuya.
If you took Claymore, brought it to the future and added some gratuitous ecchi, you would have Freezing. If you like one I think you would enjoy the other.
Both of these have a similar theme: A large order of girls are given a component of their fantastical enemies in order to gain the power to defeat them and the main female protagonist seems to possess an enomrmous amount of power. They also are accompanied by a hapless young boy and like to fight amongst themselves but band together when fighting the enemy. Furthermore both animes ended with an indication that more was yet to follow. Freezing is more ecchi and Claymore is demon-oriented but both can be pretty violent.
These series each follow a sect of super powered women. Near the start of the series, the lead female meets a lead male, a more or less worthless individual that manages to aid her. These series each have some non-human bad guy group that these girls are supposed to fight. Finally, I believe each series will have some sort of larger mystery behind the super powered women.
Freezing and Claymore are essentially the same thing with different bells and whistles. Freezing's main story line is a group of elite fighters both female and male defend the city. Where as Claymore has a group of elite female fighters going around the country killing monsters. Both male leads are idiots and to me more or less takes away from the show rather than adding to it. If you like one you should like the other.
An entirely female task force whose sole purpose is to defeat evil monsters/aliens? And the females get their fighting abilities by using monster/alien tech? And they're ok with that? Add in a hapless young man, some tragic pasts, and bone-crushing fight scenes, and you have Freezing and Claymore. Claymore is definitely the darker of the two, but Freezing has it's moments.
these two definitly pair up.
The core story elements are almost identical except for when the story happens. Monsters... chicks who can't exceed their limits but do... boobs... lots of boobs....more boobs. If you enjoyed the sub par story line that Claymore had to offer then you're going to love freezing. lesbihonest, None of us are watching freezing for the story line ;).
Six years ago, a catastrophic event ravaged Tokyo. Amaha Masune was found at ground zero, physically unscathed, but without memories and with a child in her arms. Returning to Tokyo for the first time since the disaster, the slightly clumsy but cheerful Masune just wants make a new life and to raise her daughter without interference from the Child Welfare Agency. But unsolved murders are being committed all over Tokyo and a near-miss reveals her identity as the bearer of the Witchblade, a mysterious weapon linked to the disaster 6 years before, that seems to have a mind of its own. Giving in to the Witchblade seems dangerous, but when the powerful Dohji Corporation agrees to guarantee her a life together with her daughter if she works for them, can Masune pass up the chance?
Claymore and Witchblade are about women whose destiny to fight evil is chosen for them. Both heroines serve a purpose unbeknownst to them but inevitably viewers are taken on this long ride as the women discover their past, purpose and future. If you like strong women who transform into buxom beauties who can kick butt, then you will definitely like these.
Like powerful (you can even say supernatural) main characters with sad pasts? Then you will love Claymore and Witchblade. The main character in each fights for a bright future and tries to remain free. They both lost something in the process of becoming what they are today: memories, family, freedom, etc. You will love the drama, suspense, graphics, and fight scenes.
Claymore and Witchblade deal with a women’s destiny to fight evil. The stories revolve around a supernatural setting involving horrifically sad pasts of the two main women as they fight for a better future. At some points in the series the two main women even look the same on a close up view.
Claymore and Witchblade are both series featuring heroines that are weilded only by women. Laden with monsters and blade-play, either series would probably be enjoyed by someone who liked either.
The main characters are employed by world organizations to keep evil at bay. Both are very strong and do things their own way even when the organization doesn't quite approve and consequences will be waiting. If you liked one check out the other.
Claymore and Witchblade have diffrent stories but the concept it pretty much the same. Strong female leads that have supernaturel powers.
Both animes contain alot of gore, violence and barely any nudity.
If you like one of the two, you will probebly like the other.
both Witchblade and Claymore feature female protagonists whose destiny to fight evil is chosen against their own will. Both shows are very dramatic and with a dark mood, both shows contain bloody, gory, violent, horrific scenes with a lot of intense fighting, action scenes. Both female protagonist have a past covered in sorrow, and they fight to protect their beloved ones or the people that are important to them. So if you liked one of this shows then you will enjoy the other one as well.
An akuma is a soul which has been brought back to life through sadness and despair with the powers of Millenium Earl. Their mission is to terrorize the earth and all who dwell within it. The Black Order is a group of Exorcists that have sworn to cleanse the souls of the akuma, and collect the substance known as "innocence". This powerful substance can be used as an anti-akuma weapon, and ultimately can help destroy the evil Millenium Earl. Allen Walker is a young Exorcist who has the ability to tell who is human and who is an akuma with the help of his cursed eye. Together with the Black Order, Allen must find all 109 pieces of innocence to protect the world and defeat Earl.
Claymore and D.Gray-man are both dark and serious, and the characters in each fight demons. The differences are that there is a bit of comedy in D.Gray-man and the characters fight demons with claymores (huge swords), while in Claymore there is no comedy and the characters use special powers.
D. Gray Man, and Claymore share many of the same themes including: Time period, character development, and organization. Not to mention that in both Anime's the monsters are demons who disguise themselves as humans to further their cause of destruction, as they eat their way through hordes of people. Though the action is more nonstop and quick in Claymore, D. Gray Man, doesn't disappoint with the build up into missions, and even the occasional filler.
All in all, if you liked Claymore, you should definitely think of watching D. Gray Man, and vice versa. It's well worth your time.
If you like Claymore, then you'll love D.Gray-man. The Dark Order is a group of people who have what's called "Innocence" and they fight akuma, or demons. It has a lot of the same traits as Claymore. I very highly recomment this anme/manga. :D
There is no denying a somewhat similarity between the parasitic Innocence weapons of D.Gray-man and the abilities of Claymores in Claymore. Neddless to say, there is obviously quite a bit of action between the two, and some minor similarity between Claymore's yoma and D.Gray-man's akuma.
They differ, however, in their tone. D.Gray-man remains slightly comedic and child oriented, while Claymore is more grim and gritty. If you liked D.Gray-man but want better action, try Claymore. If you liked Claymore, but want a lighter tone, try D.Gray-man.
Claymore and D.Gray-man have common features. Both have an anti-demon organisation that hires and trains anti-demon weapons.
Claymore anti-demon hunters have all same equipment and their own personal skills are the key factors for becoming stronger hunters.
D.Gray-man then again relies upon relics that have chosen their wielder. These relics are manufactured to weapons by organisation to suit the wielders perfectly.
Again then both are very entertaining where D.Gray-man is more humorous but both have their own charms. Maybe rather unique character designs in both make these animes so great because you wont meet dozens of overused character designs in these animes.
both of these anime are fighting against demons and also the protagonist possessed unique eyes that can hunt and detect monsters inside the human body which the demon hides.
In both animes there are organizations who fight against demons who disguise themselves as humans. Within the organizations there are people who have obtained supernatural powers through the organization and use these powers fight against the demons.
Kagome is a normal high school girl who falls into a well, transporting her back in time to the feudal era. Upon her arrival to this world, she mercifully unleashes Inuyasha, a half demon. As if this isn't enough, she also discovers that she is the bearer of the Shikon no Tama, a jewel of great spiritual power, a jewel which has just shattered into a million shards. Now, along with Miroku the priest, Sango the demon hunter, and Shippou the mischievious fox-demon, they must set out to find the Shikon shards and defeat the evils of the demon Naraku.
Both Inuyasha and Claymore have similar villains: demons. while Claymore has a female lead, both main characters show similar traits and skills, are half-demon half-human, and use special sword techniques. the storyline and characters are similar enough that if you liked one you should like the other.
In both Inuyasha and Claymore you aren't really sure if you have been taken back in time, to another dimension, or to a really odd future. This makes them both more appealing. The setting is key to the plot and the monsters in both series are what keep the attention of the viewer. If you love one you will love the other.
Inuyasha and Claymore aren't as similar as Bleach and Claymore are, yet they are both still very similar when it comes to the watcher's tastes. The story is excellent in both, involving that of a damaging past. Like Clare, the main character, Inuyasha, commonly loses control of his half-demon blood, causing him to rampage across the lands until tamed once again. Inuyasha is a very long series, however, so if you are the kind of person that wants to watch and finish a series quickly, this isn't the one for you.
Both the villains in InuYasha and Claymore are demons and both of the main characters are half bloods that have to deal with the consequences and what that implies for everyone around them. They each have a special sword with which they use to kill the demons. Kagome keeps InuYasha in check not only for his personality but also for his full demon behavior whereas Claire is kept in check by Raki. They have to try and stay in control of their human selves.
These anime are set in the past, though it is a very different past than what we know. Demons roam the land, making snacks of humans. The protagonist is a young woman that is the legacy of a warrior that was much stronger. Sword fights, half-demons, and plenty of action await you in these anime.
The demons come in many different flavors in InuYasha but basically that's what both anime choke down to. The main heroes in both anime have to fight these demons and they become so powerful that they have to fight their allies, sometimes due to governing laws and their theology. Lots of great, memorable fights. If you liked one I'm sure you'll love the other.
Ranmaru is young cop with a dark past. As one of the few survivors of a mindless slaughter in his apartment block, he joins a special unit called TOKKO to avenge his parents. On his first case, the already ghastly murder scene turns to one of terror, as the inhuman killers start to massacre the police. After being saved at the last minute by a secret unit named TOKKO who wield swords instead of guns, Ranmaru's mind is filled with questions and he is determined to find out the answers, no matter what it takes. What are these monsters, and why did they recognize him?
Although set in completely different time periods, both anime have a similar story and feel. Both the fighting style and amounts of gore in each are similar. If you like one, you would like the other.
I think Claymore and Tokko have similar stories placed in different time periods. While Claymore creates an ancient atmosphere Tokko story evolves in modern times.
Both of them include sword fighting, dark misterious creatures and of course blood.
I actually think that Claymore is the medieval version of Tokko. Both stories revolve around a group of special people who fight 'supernatural' beings.
In addition, the protagonists of these two anime both uses swords as their weapon of choice, slicing enemies to little tiny pieces.
Like Claymore, Tokko would leave unanswered questions in its final episode which makes you hope for a second season!
Aside from the setting (Tokko being set in modern day and Claymore having a more medieval setting) both Tokko and Claymore have almost the exact same plot themes: humanity is being attacked by demons and only a select organization has the ability to kill them.
The characters Tokko and Claymore both take into account an awareness of the world around them and try to fit into it even though they have some special powers that do not always let them adapt. There are tons of fights scenes in each with plenty of gore to keep viewers entertained.
I agree, both Claymore and Tokko are very similar. They could almost be the same stories just one based on the distant past and one in the late 80s. If you liked one I'm sure you'll love the other.