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Among the garbage dumped down from the mysterious aerial city of Zalem, a new life is found. Restored by a brilliant cyberneticist, a young girl named Gally struggles to find her own place in the world, to learn the extent of her own deadly abilities and to discover that which makes her truly human: love.
What makes a man, what makes a robot? Both of these animes are simply put: Amazing. You are simply in tears by the end. Both anime give off the feel of a star-crossed lovers theme. I am of the opinion the creators of Ergo Proxy were fans of Alita. You can see it in the artstyles and some similar situations. (The Dumpsites) If you liked on I'm certain you'll like the other.
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?
The high action of both Witchblade and Ergo Proxy contribute to each series strength. In a strange and fascinating way the main characters are trying to harm other people but at the same time they are also helping people out as they go. The series take on a mysterious aspect to them leaving the viewer guessing until the end. Both series also involve a great deal of tragedy.
Rin is a private investigator with an advantage: near immortality. Thanks to the spores of the Yggdrasill tree, both she and her assistant Mimi have lived many years longer than the average person. That isn’t to say that being immortal doesn't have its problems. With 'angels' wanting to devour them, the being Apos sending wave after wave of professional assassins to kill them, and constant hangovers from long nights of drinking, being immortal still has its downsides. With Apos' attempts at removing them from the picture increasing, can Rin and Mimi figure out what he is after so they can return to their morning shots of Vodka?
Both Rin (Mnemosyne) and Re-l (Ergo Proxy) are remarkably sharp women in remarkable and strange worlds. Both series are set in very different worlds from our own, and make for dramatic tales with a very slight touch of humor and lots of subtle sexuality (ok, Mnemosyne isn't very subtle). Lots of action while still managing to focus on the main characters' emotions in both series. A good match!
Ten years have passed since the demise of the bubble economy, a time that polarized the world into two groups of people: the rich and the poor. In the present day, Saiga Tatsumi (a former war photographer) has been hired to investigate a secret club for the rich named the Roppongi Club, but he soon discovers secrets much darker than he’d ever imagined. With the help of a exploited goddess named Kagura, Saiga now possesses the power to kill by simply taking a photograph; but can he stay alive long enough to save her from her captors?
Both are darker series, both in unique animation style and plot lines. Speed Grapher and Erog Proxy also both feature very abstract, futuristic and apocalyptic worlds. Also, both are similar in that the protagonists are slightly jaded and trying to survive with their newfound knowledge. Raging against the machine and all that.
In a post-apocalyptic future, where the world has turned into a desert and the remains of humanity live under the rule of the Third – beings with a third eye on their foreheads. Accompanied only by her tank's AI, Bogie, Honoka tries to make a living as a handyman on the edge of civilization, and she tries to avoid resorting to violence as much as possible; but when situations demand it, she and her sword become a force to be reckoned with. When Honoka is hired by the mysterious young man named Ikus, the Third suddenly take great interest in them; and thus, Honoka’s story truly begins…
Both series are more about story and plot than action, however both series do offer the small doeses of high quality action to keep the veiwer interested. The plots are both very in depth and both series will be confusing at first because there is so much going on and so much for the veiwer to notice.
If you liked one then you certainly will like the other, indepth plots with good action character development and both have great endings.