Michiko to Hatchin

Alt title: Michiko & Hatchin

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Noir

Noir

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.

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sloggerK sloggerK says...

Michiko no Hatchin is a lot like one of the Bee Train girls with guns animes but without the supernatural and occult elements. If you like Michiko, you'd probably like Noir, and vice versa.

kissmetgen kissmetgen says...

Both series are about certain women who have dangerous day jobs which involve escaping with their lives and toting big guns. No matter what the job these women complete it. If you liked one then you will surely like the other.

Seirei no Moribito

Seirei no Moribito

In the feudal kingdom of Yogo, a dark secret is threatening its proud imperial family, and the Emperor intends to destroy it before it leaks out. Unfortunately this dark secret resides within his son, the young and innocent Second Prince Chagum. Enter Balsa, a wandering warrior who has sworn to save eight lives in penance for those she has taken during her violent career. Upon accepting her role as protector to Chagum, her eighth and final job, the two begin a perilous journey that tests not only their physical endurance and mental resolve, but also the tentative relationship they build along the way. Will Balsa fulfill her penance and protect Chagum as he seeks to understand the nature of his secret? Or will the Emperor's relentless assassins and other powerful enemies get them first?

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sloggerK sloggerK says...

Strong female leads protecting a child they care about from a society with suspect intentions and motivations toward that child.

norco norco says...

Each of these series display strong bonds between and child and a female protector.  Both depict the relationship growing with a type of tough love at its foundation.  Both contain excellent action scenes with tough female characters.  

Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine

Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine

Fujiko Mine: a woman so beguiling that the greatest thief on earth, Lupin III, has vowed to claim her as his most prized quarry. And while men lust after her, she only has eyes for one thing – all the beautiful treasures in the world that she can possibly steal. From the haunted opera houses of Japan to the boobie-trapped pyramids of Egypt, Fujiko uses both violence and sex to manipulate those who stand in her way. But with the tireless Lupin intervening in every situation to 'take' her, and the skilled rogues Jigen and Goemon entangling their own personal vendettas with hers, how is a woman to realize her wildest desires?

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Funkgun Funkgun says...

Stylish, high quality animated titles that have killer lead female protagonists.

Oh did I mention same director?

You are going to get a bit more mature with Fujiko, but your an adult, you can handle it. And if your diging Fujiko to Iu Onna, and are craving a high calibre title with a similar vibe, you need to at least try out Michiko to Hatchin. 

Just a warning, Michiko is more serious than Fujiko.

VivisQueen VivisQueen says...

After seeing Michiko to Hatchin, I instantly recognised a fresh talent in the Director, Sayo Yamamoto, but wished she could have created a tighter story. And voila, Fujiko Mine came out! Both shows essentially display the same snazzy, irreverent attitude towards linear storytelling and develop engaging, sexually empowered female protagonists that challenge the stereotypes of victims vs sluts.  Fujiko Mine is a slightly more accomplished work, although I do prefer the characters in Michiko to Hatchin. Whichever show you happened to come across first, the other one is seriously worth checking out too. 

Gangsta.

Gangsta.

In the city of Ergastulum, a shady ville filled with made men and petty thieves, whores on the make and cops on the take, there are some deeds too dirty for even its jaded inhabitants to touch. Enter the "Handymen," Nic and Worick, who take care of the jobs no one else will handle. Until the day when a cop they know on the force requests their help in taking down a new gang muscling in on the territory of a top Mafia family. It seems like business (and mayhem) as usual, but the Handymen are about to find that this job is a lot more than they bargained for.

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XxxOctoberxxX123 XxxOctoberxxX123 says...

I've only watched the first episode of Gangsta (that's all that is out right now), but I think it brings the realness. The underbelly of the world. With gangs, drugs, sex, and stuff. 

Loved Michiko to Hatchin and Gangsta looks like its going to be really good too.

internetbambi5 internetbambi5 says...

Aside from the flagrant physical resemblance between Michiko Malandro and Alex Benedetto plus the fact that both shows are produced by Manglobe, I'd recommend one anime or the other because they "feel" similar. As the story progresses, the protagonists find themselves entangled in local mafia affairs and develop atypical associations with police inspectors. Prostitution, drug use, violence and poverty also happen to be strong recurrent themes.

oh and foreign names yay

Dead Leaves

Dead Leaves

For Pandy and Retro, waking up naked with amnesia wasn't the high point of their day. While going on a crime spree, the duo are captured and sent to the infamous Dead Leaves, a notorious prison where the baddest of the bad are sent. Using the bathroom is a chore, eating is force fed and escape seems impossible -- but is it? Join Pandy, Retro, the drill endowed Chinko Drill and a gang of inmates as they plot their escape from the hell that is Dead Leaves!

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sothis sothis says...

Dead Leaves and Michiko to Hatchin admittedly have very different animation styles, but I think these will appeal to the same audiences (moreso Dead Leaves->Michiko, than the other way around). Breakouts from prison and wacky antics accompany both stories, and each has a similar flair and feel.