When Luda was a young boy, he was taught about the powers of the wind from his father, powers he would someday inherit. The tranquillity of Luda and his sister Ansa's lives was finally shattered when a young woman named Agahali, under the command of Lord Zanark, destroyed their village and killed their father, for he possessed the power of the wind which could destroy their kingdom in the sky. With nothing left to lose, Luda must now act quickly to destroy Zanark and his father's murderer with his newly discovered power of the wind.
Amidst a beautiful sunset, Shu is violently whisked away to a grim future devoid of water, and empty of hope; a place where children are forced to become soldiers, and kill countless others in the name of King Hamdo. Shu's companion is a mysterious girl named La La Ru, who may hold the key to survival. Now, he must concentrate on the only things that matter: escaping Hellywood, and finding a way home.
Landlock and Now and Then, Here and There have similar animation styles and themes. Both feature a war where the ruler will exploit any resource to win, even kids. Now and Then, Here and There is longer, and has more social commentary, while Landlock is more geared toward entertainment, but I think if you enjoyed one, you will enjoy the other.
When Amon was a young boy, his mother was viciously murdered by the masked emperor of the moving city Valhiss. Years later, a stronger Amon has returned to exact revenge and successfully manages to infiltrate the city above ground, only to come face to face with the beautiful kidnapped princess Lichia. Against all odds, Amon must now avenge his mother, destroy the evil emperor, and save the lovely princess all at the same time! The days are never dull in the life of a hero...
Amon is a boy with mysterious powers: he can talk to the animals and float on the air streams. But Branich, the leader of the oppressive "Golden Snakes", wants to harnass Amon's power to complete "the ultimate weapon" so that he can rule the world. After losing everything that he holds dear, Amon must now fight to save his friends from destruction at the hands of the Snakes, and his very own power.
The Boy Who Saw The Wind and Landlock have similar story elements - in each a boy with the power of the wind is hunted after by individuals who wish to exploit his power. Both have a similaratmosphere as well, in my opinion. If you enjoyed one, you will probably like the other.
Taking place after the second Magnificent World OVA, Mr. Fujisawa has finally married Miz, who has retired her position as Priestess of Water. In her stead, a young woman named Qawuul is brought in as the priestess, and in the tradition of the El Hazard series, falls for Makoto. However, the calm is yet again broken as the gang is transported into yet another alternate world by a mysterious man named Arjah, where new trials and mishaps as well as a new adventure awaits.
In the days before humans roamed the world, the gods took place in a great battle, leaving a legacy of war and conflict to mankind. In the present, the continent of Harlan is riddled with strife, and only the lovely Efera and Jiliora can save it with the help of the last surviving member of the enchanted race, a pair of twins, and luck! Can the gang return the royal Gude Crest and defeat the evil Grafton and the Supreme Mother herself, before the entire continent falls under their cult-like control?