Area 11 is still under Britannian rule and the Elevens remain brutally oppressed; what’s more, their saviour, Zero, is nowhere to be found and all of Britannia believes the rebellion is finally over. Elsewhere, having lost the battle, Lelouch sets his sights upon winning the war – but the task is no easier since the Britannian forces have learned some valuable lessons all of their own. Not only have they discovered his identity and captured many of his Black Knights, but they now manipulate the memories of all of his friends. Worst of all, they have taken the most precious thing in his life – his dear sister, Nunnally. With his hatred for the Britannians stronger than ever before, Lelouch must now recuperate his forces and bring their rule of terror to an end.
Two and a half years have passed since the end of Naruto’s old adventures. He has trained hard with Jiraiya-sama and has returned to Konoha to reunite with his friends; but Akatsuki, the organization that threatened Naruto years before, is on the move again and this time Naruto is not the only one in danger. With the powerful Akatsuki organization looming ahead of him, Sasuke still missing, and the struggle with the beast hidden inside him a continuous battle, will Naruto's hard-earned improvements be enough? Join Naruto, Sakura, new friends and the rest of the old gang as the action heats up with new techniques and stronger enemies.
Even though some of the themes of each show are different, they both have some aspects, elements, and traits in common where it revolves changing the world, morality whether it's grey, evil, or good, supernatural powers that involves ocular powers (Geass, Sharingan, Rinnegan), revelations that will shock the whole story at some point, and more importantly politics, war, and peace are at strife, conflict, and dispute and it takes more than one way to resolve it whether its by the concept of understanding, philosophy, and ends justify the means. Naruto is more of what it takes to bring a revolution to the entire Ninja world with a self fulfilling proghecy whereas Code Geass takes whatever it takes to move the world to a certain degree where people can live in peace with prosper through behind the actions. They both involve more than one character trying to change it involving protaganist, deutaroganist and antagonists and the way they are changing it is exactly similar in a different way whether its through heroic methods, anti hero style, or villainy.
The mystery of "The Blade Children" is a secret which has remained well-hidden, and has cost some their lives. After Narumi Ayumu's brother disappears in a search for the answer, Narumi is forced to unravel this mystery for himself. Join him in his investigation which will lead him to the secrets of the Blade Children, and to tests of skill which may prove to be fatal.
Both shows have a head strong leading man, whom are highly intelegent. LeLouch and Ayumu Narumi have both suffered from tramatic events in their childhood and are now on a mission to unlock the past, preasent, and future.
Centuries ago, humanity carelessly ravaged the Earth’s environment, forcing them to leave and form a colony elsewhere. To prevent the same mistakes from happening again, they allow a supercomputer to run their lives. Children are genetically engineered and at the age of fourteen take ‘adulthood exams’, a process whereby the supercomputer ensures they are suitable for membership in this perfect society. Those who pass have their memories erased and are guided into the next stage of their life; those who fail are immediately destroyed. Jomy is a boy about to take his adulthood exams, but things go terribly wrong when a man wreathed in light interrupts the process. He is a Mu -- an aberration, a new generation of human with extraordinary powers usually detected and eliminated by the supercomputer. This man tells Jomy he too is a Mu and introduces him to the Mu society. They are a rebel group in hiding from the oppressive human regime, who live in the hope that they will find a life of peace on Earth some day. Can Jomy leave behind all that he has known, come to terms with his awakening powers, and help the Mu return to their beloved Terra?
You'll like Toward the Terra TV after Code Geass if you're looking for more powerful political plotting that's tragic and full of personal twists. Toward the Terra portrays far deeper characters whose development is key to the story, whereas Code Geass is far more about Lelouch's strategies, but for a powerful emotional effect with more stunnin sci-fi concepts, you can't go wrong with Toward the Terra TV.
After defeating the evil Chaos, Syaoran and the gang have arrived in what appears to be an apocalyptic and run-down Tokyo – a city in which acid rain has destroyed the buildings and taken numerous lives. The atmosphere is ripe with tension, as the city’s remaining survivors have formed clans in hopes of protecting the underground wells from other clans and strangers alike – strangers like Syaoran and friends. With Sakura’s remaining feathers being located in the wells and opposition at every turn, the feathers’ retrieval seems dire, and Syaoran will finally face his most dangerous enemy...
Similar setting in Tokyo, similar characters, similar plot but in a different way, both are derived from Clamp. Kamui's character design resemble Lelouch and they are both similar as well since they are finding a way to restore Japan back to normal through powers like Vampire and Geass. Suzaku and Syaoran are similar but as well as twisted. Sakura plays the role similar to Nunnally and Euphie where she becomes the key player whether through sacrifice or betrayal or some sorts of twists. Note that the factions restoring are similar: Tower and City Hall Factions and Black Knights as well as ancient Conspiracy: Fei wang and Charles
Cross Academy is a school with a difference: in a unique and experimental setup designed by the headmaster, it has a Day Class consisting of ordinary humans and a Night Class filled with vampires. Yuki Cross and her friend Zero Kiryu are school prefects whose job it is to make sure the secret of the Night Class is always safe; they patrol the school grounds at night and supervise the switchover of classes at dawn and dusk to prevent any 'accidents' from happening. While Zero is suspicious of vampires and hates the idea of sharing the same space as them, Yuki admires the Night Class for their beauty and sophistication; she is especially intrigued by their charming leader, Kaname, because he once saved her life. However, as Yuki quickly learns, not all vampires are amiable like the Night Class, and as terrible events unfold, Yuki must ask herself whether in a world where vampires are the hunters and humans are the prey, peaceful coexistence can really be achieved.
The character of Kaname in Vampire Knight is very similar to that of Lelouch from Code Geass. They have the same dual-natured, tortured past, plotting, clever chess playing personality, and the plots of both animes are structured around their schemes.