In the distant future, the harmony of the galaxy is threatened by ESPers who use their psychic powers for violence and criminal gain. However, there are those ESPers who hunt down and put a stop to these criminals under the Galactic Patrol System Cosmo Police; Justy Kaizard is one such man. After defeating the powerful Magnum Vega, his daughter became like a sister to Justy - her memories locked away and her mind still that of a child's. Soon, Justy will face his hardest mission yet: to save his sister from the clutches of Magnum Vega's gang of ESPers, who wish to use her as a tool to take down Justy for good.
In the recesses of space, countless star systems are being wiped out of existence by Genma – a space being whose goal is to put an end to all life! Genma now has its sights set on Earth, and it’s up to a psychic named Luna and other psionic warriors to put a stop to his reign of terror. Alongside a two thousand year old cyborg named Vega, Luna must set forth to find others on Earth who have similar powers, so that they may band together against the ultimate foe. The battle for the galaxy awaits – who will succeed?
I think these two should have switched places with the length as Harmagedon was way too long and Cosmo wasn't long enough. If you like older anime that deal with telepathic powers and interesting main characters check both of these anime out.
Both anime take place far into the future and feature characters with psychic powers. The hero is the most powerful esper in the universe and is tasked with stopping other espers who are using their powers to cause trouble or commmit crimes.
It was the year 2007, a time when a worldwide witch hunt began. The victims? Humans with special psychic abilities, persecuted and feared for their talents. Keith Evans and Burn Griffiths are two such people who quickly became friends, and were torn apart almost as fast. Now, the year is 2010, and the so-called superhumans have begun to revolt against their human tormentors. Leading the bloody revolution is none other than Keith, who is set on destroying all humans. With time running out, Burn might be the only one capable of stopping him...
If you're into ho-hum terribly generic anime about people with psychic powers and random superpowered battles, these two are like peas in a pod. There's nothing above average in either and should take equally as little time to watch, so if you liked one, the other will probably interest you - that is, if you like psychic powered anime.