After the announcement of Eugenie and Andrea's engagement leaves Albert feeling betrayed, the Count appears and invites him on a journey deep into the universe.
At Journey's End, We Meet
Until the Sun Rises Over the Moon
A Mother's Secrets
Do You Love Your Fiancee?
Her Melancholy, My Melancholy
The Secret Flower Garden
A Night in Boulogne
I Dreamed a Dark Dream
The Letter from Edmond
An Engagement Broken
The End of Happiness, the Beginning of Truth
Even if I Should Stop Being Me
The Golden Boy's True Identity
At the Shore
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In an age when samurai enhanced their bodies mechanically, a great war broke out. After the war's end, these "Bandits" (having become mere robbers) have lost their samurai code and now rob villages for their rice and women. The peasants of Kanna Village are filled with despair and agree to hire some samurai to retaliate, but with only rice in their...
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I must say, this is mainly a gut instinct.
however, they do both have a very similar feel to them, and they both have great dubs.
i can't say that these animes are related or that they are alike in any way but there's something in them that makes me recommend them both. first of all the story is completely different ant other than the distant future there is no common point, the characters are also different, their motivations are different, the animation stile are on the opposite poles and so on...but still what makes me recommend both of them is a strange feeling that if you liked Gankutsuou you will definitely love samurai 7, if you are the kind of person that looks for the little things you will most certainly love these 2, as for me i loved them both as they both speak about humans who have endured 2 much pain as they went through life and the ways they deal with it, both stories have something tragic in them that leaves a deep impression, all in all i strongly recommend them both (once you've got used with the animation stile of Gankutsuou, which by the way can be really tiring you'll simply get drown into it, as for samurai7 the story, the characters are absolutely great as well as the animation, just breathtaking)
While the plots of these two seires are very different, they do share a few similarities. First off, both were made by GONZO. Secondly, both take the classic stories they are based on (The Seven Samurai for Samurai 7 and The Count of Monte Cristo for Gankutsuou) and add sci-fi/futuristic elements to them. Also, I found both series to be very enjoyable and very well made. Samurai 7 is a more action packed series, while Gankutsuou has more emphassis on character and plot development. Still, if you want to see a classic tale be given a futuristic twist then you should check out both.
For Kouta and Yuka, finding the bloody naked young girl on the beach would change their lives forever, for better or for worse. Unable to speak or function as a normal human being, she is named Nyu by the duo, and taken into their home in an effort to save her. But what neither teenager knows is that this innocent young girl is actually a killing machine ...
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You might think this is a very weird choice, but give it a try! One of the most notable similarities between these two gritty, tragic anime series is their beautiful, breathtaking artistic quality. They also explore similar aspects of human psychology -- both the Count of Gankutsuou and Lucy of Elfen Lied are individuals whose naivety and humanity were destroyed by acts of betrayal from whom they most trusted. The anime series tell the stories of their quest for revenge and eventual redemption. Although Ganktusuou lacks the excessive fanservice and pretty girls of Elfen Lied, it also does not shy away from death and bloodshed. Both bring a chill up your spine, but leave you with a sad yet peaceful feeling in the end.
As Preutz has mentioned, the happenings around the protagonists and their character development are quite similar, but most striking is the depth that both series have, and the beauty derived from their tragic message.
Have you ever felt like the world would be a better place if certain people weren’t around? Such grim daydreams might occur when watching the dismal daily news, but on one fateful day, Light Yagami finds that these daydreams can become reality. By pure happenstance, he comes across a black notebook entitled "Death Note", whose text within...
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Death Note and Gankutsuou go hand in hand; there isn't a single person that will like one and dislike the other - that much I guarantee you!
Both have a dark and serious story with a lot of suspense and the animation in both is different from the standards that appeal more towards the younger viewers. Gankutsuou's plot leans a bit more towards a mystery, while Death Note leans more towards a detective story. Yet both are two of the greatest stories I've ever seen or read.
Both series focus on retribution, morals & ethics, and mind-games. Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo sticks to the classic story with a futuristic twist and, therefore, focus' on one man's retribution with unexpected plot-twists and unforseen events. While both get into the moral ramifications of taking justice into your own hands, Death Note gets a bit more psychological. All in all, both have the same dark style and end up being great in their own right. I wouldn't miss either of them for the world.