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Samurai Deeper Kyo is a story of two men in one body - the humble, polite Mibu Kyoshiro and the legendary samurai Onime-no-Kyo, who has a price on his head. Consequently, Mibu Kyoshiro is captured for having an uncanny resemblance to the samurai. As the story of SDK progresses, we learn more about the two unique souls that inhabit the same body.
The story begins with the half-demon Inuyasha being caught in a magical slumber, and by chance a young high school girl by named Kagome releases him from his sleep, but this is only the beginning of his troubles. Similar to Inuyasha, Mibu's trouble also begins with a unlikely encounter with a girl and multiplies by tenfold after. Both Inuyasha and Mibu have a dark side to them to which there completely unaware of, which makes for an interesting series in both cases. Both anime are highly recommended.
In the 22nd century, humanity came under attack by its own creation: the genetically-engineered Enterrans. While most of the population was wiped out, a scientist executed his final plan: to put his daughter, Yakumo, into stasis for five hundred years so that she may restore peace and humanity to the world. Now, in the present, Yakumo has awakened and begins her search for Shinzo, the legendary sanctuary that houses the last of mankind. She is joined by three friendly Enterrans - Mushra, Sago, and Kutal - but the remaining Enterrans believe that she is an evil monster and would like her dead. Together with her new friends, Yakumo will search for a path to Shinzo, all the while battling unfriendly enemies along the way.
Both series are about a group of odd people with overwelming power, journying to find an important thing. Also while trying to fight the feelings that are developing inside the group. If you liked one, then you'd surely might like the other.
Long ago the Gods of the heavens fought with humans over the Akuto – a power that can create anything. Now, separated by time and space from the realm of humans, a war is raging between the heavens over the little remaining Akuto. As the floating Magical Kingdom is on the brink of destruction, both worlds are in danger and there is now only one hope for salvation. King Munto of the Magical Kingdom descends to earth in order to find Yumemi, a thirteen year old girl who has always been able to see the islands in the sky. He explains that when his kingdom falls, the human territory will become a land of death and Yumemi’s hidden powers are the only way to prevent it. But can Yumemi’s ability really solve everything when the fear of such power causes the fighting to escalate?
Both anime evolve around an ordinary girl is plunged into a magical realm where she must team up with a brash young man with immense power (who wears a lot of red). Together, they must protect the world from being destroyed. With large scale fighting sequences and a cast of powerful side characters, the anime are very similar.
Since he was a child, Kantaro Ichinomiya has had the ability to see demons; but one day, the young Kantaro was told of a goblin so powerful that it could vanquish any foe with ease. Intrigued, his search began. Now, in the present, Kantaro works as an exorcist, banishing demons who have possessed human bodies; yet still he searches – that is, until one day, he touches a mysterious seal and releases the legend itself! His name is Haruka, he's good with the ladies, and he can kick demon butt like no other; but can he help Kantaro raise enough money for his rent?
InuYasha and Tactics share the whole hunting down/getting rid of demon type things. Even though in InuYasha the main char is a demon who kills other demons to look for jewl shards, the style of the two animes is similar. In both stories, there are humans who can somewhat control the demons. Kantaro somewhat has a reign over Haruka just like Kagome and InuYasha. Both anime series have a light humor. I enjoyed both series and think if you like one, you would like the other. :)
Rhiannon is the fair and gentle daughter of a village chief. Unfortunately for her, she's also exactly the sort of maiden who is needed as a sacrifice to wake the Demon King Arawn from his thousand-year slumber and is soon kidnapped for this very purpose. However, when Arawn is summoned, he decides to spare Rhiannon's life, instead killing her captor and freeing her from mind control. Taken with his kindness, Rhiannon immediately decides to marry the Demon King, making him the new village chief. All of this is bad news for Rhiannon's protective but hot-headed brother Arthur, who must now pledge his knightly service to his new Lord, Arawn. Together the three of them must journey and together they must fight, encountering new friends and new foes along the way.
In both, a girl awakens what is thought to be a nasty demon, but turns out to be a dear friend. There is sword play, arrows, and magic in both shows, and focus on a group of friends. Also, Primula reminds me of Rin as she follows Arawn around the way Rin did Sesshomaru. Rhiannon's fighting style is a lot like Kagome or Kikyo, as she uses powers instead of weapons