With a past shrouded in mystery and a blank memory, Shiki Tohno seems to be just another "average high school student". That is, until he nearly kills a female vampire with his secret deadly ability to "see the lines". His journey to unlock the secrets of the Tohno family and unbury his own lost memories has only just begun, and now he must also help the woman, Arcueid Brunestud, find a lethal phantom named Roa, and kill it using his ability.
It is the early 1920s, and New York City has a problem of evil proportions – demons. With devil worshipping on the rise, foul spirits and monsters have begun to surface, causing fear and panic in their wake. Combating this threat is the Magdalene Order – a group of religious officials charged with exorcising the evil that is spreading throughout the city. Rosette Christopher is a young nun who takes on missions alongside her contracted partner – a young demon named Chrono. Now it is up to this unlikely pair to wield God’s power – and plenty of holy bullets – to destroy the menace in front of them and confront the demons of their past.
Tsukihime and Chrono Crusade both have a story about love and a powerful demon. The two stories become more similar to each other as the history about the main characters is slowly uncovered. The atmosphere is definitely very similar in these anime.
Both series have the super natural theme about them, and they both have the main characters love go through trials of a super natural kind. If you liked one then you'll like the other for sure.
When an odd string of suicides begins to occur at a local high rise building, most of the townsfolk treat it as an unfortunate series of events. One girl, however, senses something more sinister at work - especially when a close friend of hers falls mysteriously ill. After witnessing one of the deaths for herself, Shiki begins to realize that a strange connection exists between each of the girls, and predicts a total of eight will die. With seven dead and the accuracy of her prediction unclear, she sets out to put an end to the killings. Yet, as she nears the truth, she finds herself closer and closer to the brink of death; will Shiki become the town's savior, or the next victim?
Shingetsutan Tsukihime and Kara no Kyoukai are works by the same author, with both set in the parallel worlds of the same universe. Indeed, though Tsukihime suffered a bit from pacing and story issues, they are undeniably two birds of the same feather - Kara no Kyoukai just happens to pick up the conceptual slack that Tsukihime left behind. With so many obvious similarities between the two, it's hard to go wrong either way; just keep in mind that Kara no Kyoukai is by far the superior of the duo and you'll be good to go.
They are both about a person that can se destructive lines, wich helps them killing anything.
A young man awakens in an abandoned warehouse with no memory of his past. As he leaves the room and ventures further into the warehouse he is attacked by a girl in a mask; she tells him that in order to live he must come at her with all his might. After a fight for his life, he manages to overpower the girl, learning that he is to be trained as a Phantom - an assassin for the Inferno organization. He is also given a new name: Zwei. For three months, Zwei is trained by the girl in the arts of assassination until he has just one final test: to kill a living human being.
Both start out in a very similar manner with an average high school student boy meeting an assassin girl, somehow completely kicking the assassin girl's ass, and then being coerced into helping the girl even though he claims he's just an average student. Both also have alot of drama broken up by short bursts of violence. The protagonist of both shows have amnesia and also get into a mild romance with the main heroine centering around the protagonist's desire for her to live a normal life.
As assassinations take place the male protagonist in both Phantom –Requiem for the Phantom- and Lunar Legend Tsukihime get pulled into the extreme world of the beautiful girls who can be deadly beyond belief.
Kaihe is a high school student who has been given the task of becoming the chairperson for St Luminous, a private religious school for girls, after his grandfather died. Kaihe, along with a friend, arrives at the school to take care of business. But soon, mysterious disappearances start to happen. Will he unravel the mystery of the school and its past before its too late?
One day a light descends from the sky and splits into the ideal girls of Takeru and Ryou. That is where this gentle and vaguely romantic story about our ugly and beautiful world begins. Soon enough the story plummets into the secrets of global extinction and the meaning of life. Everything in this world that is beautiful has something ugly in it, and that ugliness is part of the secret of its beauty. Even for romance this is true...
In both of these series the heroines are not human and have a heavy responsibility because of what they are, yet despite this both are quite chipper characters. In order to help bear their burden and achieve their goals they need our heroes of the stories to fight for them. An unexpected attraction develops, but can their love overcome the difficulties ahead? Both of these series also give you an interesting story in only a few episodes, so there's more bang for your buck.