When their investigation into the disappearance of an operative leads them directly to The Five Republics, the Social Welfare Agency sends mechanically-enhanced cyborg Triela to infiltrate the organization. However, she meets her match in the form of Pinocchio, one of Padania's assassins whose skills with a knife are exceptional. Meanwhile, after a long period of hospitalization, Angelica has recovered enough physically to return to the field. But due to the side effects of her conditioning and her addiction to the medicine prescribed to her, is she mentally ready?
One fateful day, Reiji was on his way to a hotel in Los Angeles when he ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time: in the middle of an assassination. After these traumatic events, the young man was kidnapped, his memories erased, and given a choice: fight for the organization, or die. Now, with a new name and identity, Zwei must kill at the drop of a hat along with the organization's top assassin Ein (codename Phantom). As the bodies pile and the blood is continuously spilled, Ein and Zwei find themselves growing closer together in a world where they have no past and no future...
Both shows have the main character being a girl who is an assassin and a guy character who assists them. The girls are controled by other in both shows. In gun slinger girl the girls work for the government while in Phantom they work for a criminal organization.
Both anime are about assasins and both future similar concepts like brain washing. Well both of those shows are rather low quality (on all layers), but if you liked one of them, then the other one would probably entertain you as well.
As a young girl, Sawa is orphaned when both her parents are brutally murdered and is taken in by a police detective named Akai, who trains her to be a professional killer. He turns Sawa and Oburi, a young boy, into his puppets and makes them kill to fulfill his own sense of justice against child molesters and other harassing members of society.
Both shows are about girls being assassins. They are very good in both shows. In gunslinger girl the girls are part machine. The girls in both shows are brainwashed and controled by others. Kite is a more mature anime than Gunslinger girl.
In a city where rapists and murderers prey on the innocent, the young Monaka Noguchi lives a double life; a clumsy high school student and waitress by day, she transforms into the skilled assassin Angel of Death at night. Her father is an astronaut and has always been out of reach, so Monaka must balance her studies and job, as well as support herself, while also hunting down those who deserve to die. With a cool and calm demeanor, even in the face of bloodshed, it seems that nothing can sway Monaka’s resolve; however, her newest job will prove to be most difficult, and hit a little too close to home...
Both shows are about girls being assassins. They are very good in both shows. In gunslinger girl the girls are part machine. The girls in both shows are brainwashed and controled by others. Kite Liberator has a Sci-fi plot while Gunslinger Girl is more realistic.
The deadly Mikura and her friends are usually more than skilled enough to handle the dirty jobs they get, but they find themselves in over their head when they try to abduct the millionaire head of a gigantic crime family! Hilarity (and hardcore sex/violence) abounds as they clash with his gorgeous psychotic daughter Momomi and her army of hitmen.
Mireille Bouqet has become a reputable assassin working in France. However, all changes after she meets Kirika, a mysterious young girl who knows nothing about her past but possesses killing skills that dwarf hers. Further intrigue unfolds as both characters explore their shadowy past and come to a head with a clandestine organization that seeks to control destiny itself.
Gunslinger Girl Il Teatrino and Noir might not have much in common, still they're both set in Europe which make them a bit of unique in their own way. Both series will also please any fans of the girls-with-guns kind of anime, which leads me to believe that if you like one, you'll certainly enjoy the other.