When Haruka, Yuu and their friends decided to go ghost hunting, they had no idea the "ghosts" they'd find would turn their lives upside down. Black-clad and wielding quantum powers, these knights from the future are after an artifact of immense power that they hope will save their dimension from destruction: the Dragon Torque; and Haruka seems to be the key. As factions within the knights violently disagree on how to proceed, Haruka and the gang are caught up in a fight with the Shangri La, in an existential battle where fates of entire universes are decided.
In a futuristic world, the virtual world is merely a layer on top of reality; within it, cyberpets are abundant and information is plentiful, and it is only visible by wearing special cyberglasses. In Daikoku City, this cyberspace is behaving strangely: cyberpets are going missing, dark entities known as "the Illegal" roam obsolete space that shouldn’t exist, and a large pink antivirus program known as Satchii wanders the streets, attacking both virus and pets alike. Sixth grader Yuko Okonogi has just moved to Daikoku City, and after cyberdetective children help her rescue her lost dog, she soon joins the others in a search for the truth behind these strange occurances.
Both series fit within the sci fi category, and deal with a group of young children. While Noein has more serious undertones than Denno Coil, each have elements of comedy while still retaining a very realistic feeling with complex and true characters. If quality animation is something you look for, this series is for you.
Denno Coil and Noein tell rather unconventional stories in which children must deal with extraordinary circumstances such as a cybernetic world that mingles with reality in the first case and time travel in the second case. In both cases, a different dimension threatens to bring about destruction and the possibilities that arise from the existence of different worlds is handled in an intelligent and highly original way. For a fresh take on sci-fi themes with out of the ordinary character designs and very fluid animation these titles are a must see.
Dennou Coil is also a sci-fi adventure revolving around children whose world is crossed with another 'universe' (virtual reality in this case). It also boasts endearing characters, a well-developed world with unique sci-fi elements and some surprisingly cool action-scenes. So if you liked Noein, check out Dennou Coil.
First of all, technology and mystery are importantfeatures that these two anime share, along with a somewhat supernatural feeling thrown in the mix. However, what makes the resemblance particularly striking is the choice of characters: they're children who face both the unknown and weird events (either in a cybernetic space or in an alternate future dimension) and the more "normal" problems they find during their lives; thus, while they're mainly sci-fi stories, both anime have a lot to do with growing and accepting reality.So, if you're looking for some of these elements, Noein and Denno Coil are perfect choices.
In a futuristic world almost barren of life, mankind is confined to mechanized domed cities where A.I.’s control all aspects of life. In this world, humans are no longer born, they are manufactured in a production line; and alongside them live androids known as autoreivs. Within one of these domed sanctuaries named Romdeau lives Re-l Mayer, one of a few citizens who aren’t entirely prevented from thinking. Her grandfather's prominent position and the affection of the scientist Daedalus have left her more free will than is normally allowed, but Re-l has started to question the sanctity of the city and the citizens' perfect way of life. With mysterious beings known as proxies causing havoc and a man named Vincent causing great influence on her life, Re-l must travel outside of the city to find the answers she seeks and discover the mystery behind "the awakening".
Beautiful animation, deep well thought out characters and a background firmly rooted in science make these series an intellegent choice for someone who prefers a more intellectual series.
The series have many differences, but both have a kind of "otherworldly" feel to them, and hold the possibility of becoming a possible future. Don't expect a lot of fast paced action, these series are designed more to stimulate your brain and start you thinking. Saying that though, there is still plenty of action to keep you engrossed to the end.
There are some similarities to be found in Ergo Proxy and Noein in terms of theme, plot and feeling. You will find loads of mystery and a huge sense of lostness on both anime, you'll find yourself asking "what the hell is going on" a bunch of times throughout both shows, there's also a melancholic and quirky touch added to them. I recommend the two if you're a fan of mysterious Sci-Fi and if you don't mind watching something that you can't clearly understand, finding it out will be the funnest part.
Ergo Proxy and Noein both deal with technology and have a similar approach of the main characters in dealing with the problems around them. Very intellectual series shrouded in mystery.
These both have a similar feel to them. They are dark and deal with deep themes about creation and truth. The main male characters are mysterious and have special abilities. If you like eerie stories that make you think, then Ergo Proxy and Noein are great!
For centuries, a group of strange children with white hair have been appearing again and again, their origins and purposes unknown; yet always, it would seem, they are searching for something or someone. Now, in the year 2012, they have come to the South Seas to search. There, they encounter the young martial artist Tohma, who has been helping two runaway children from a nearby orphanage, Helga and Chitto. As Tohma learns more about the mysterious children, he also discovers a startling truth about his new friend Helga. A story unfolds that goes back centuries and across the stars, and will change everything in Tohma's and Helga's lives.
Fantastic Children and Noein share the same feeling of mystery, have unusual graphics, involve children, and deal with questioning the characters' identities. Fantastic Children is darker than Noein, though. If you liked one, you'll surely like the other.
Fantastic Children and Noein are both directed towards a younger audience, however; the stories are told through an intricate world with complex reasoning. Both anime are a sweet combination of science fiction and fantasy, and their plots deal with similar issues such as time travel and exploration of another world. There is also a heavy use of supernatural powers from characters of both anime. (example: flying, creating energy beams, running at the speed of light)
The first thing i noticed between the two, were the smilar characters. lots of characters, dressed in black, from a different timespace/world. with a similar mission on earth.. to bring back a certain person. Both are pretty dramatic, altho Noein surely isnt as dark as Fantastic children, still.. if you watched one, i bet you'll see the resemblence right away!
Fantastic Children and Noein are both thrilling sci-fi mystery series that include themes of time-travel, voyages to other worlds, and questions of character identities. They each have a young girl who a group are after, and a lad who is determined to protect her as much as he can. Both series are very dramatic, although Fantastic Children is definitely more emotional. The graphics of both series are unique as well. If you enjoyed one of these, I'd definitely recommend the other.
Two siblings, Kiyoko and Tatsuya, live in a future reshaped by a terrorist attack known only as "Twin X". In this terrible new world, advanced technology such as computers and radios no longer function and even the very sky has become something terrifyingly alien. With the siblings' mother dead, they are hunted by loan sharks who want recompense for her debt as well as a mysterious Countess who wants them for her own reasons. Even worse, they are also coveted by their father, the terrorist who caused the "Twin X", Gilgamesh!
Neither of these shows are that similar though both provide unique sci-fi elements. Something about one makes me think of the other, but I am not quite capable of figuring it out. So just call it a gut feeling, I think someone who enjoyed one would probably enjoy the other. Just be sure to not give up on Gilgamesh before finishing the first 11, more or less, episodes. After that it grew rather quickly to something excellent, though the beginning isn't bad by any means, just bland.
A shared neo-apocolyptic world view, the battle between opposing fractions seeking a greater power and the strength of human relationships within this, are what really what bind these two series. Either will prvode and interesting take on the future of man.
The whole entire neo-apocalyptic feeling of Noein and Gilgamesh bring the two stories together. The elements of each derive from the same feelings of mistrust and speculation shared by all of the key players in the series. The series beg the question of what humanity really is like and how people become the way they are. When people need to have all the power they can, there are casualties that befall.
Both of these sci-fi shows have a similar slow pace at the beginning, but once they get going, hold on, because things get pretty crazy. Common to both is the idea that technological advancement carries huge risk for the world, with a focus on relationships under the pressure of impending apocalypse and being hunted by various organizations who seek control of the world.
The eccentric mad scientist Okabe, his childhood friend Mayuri, and the otaku hacker Daru have banded together to form the Future Gadget Research Laboratory, and spend their days in a ramshackle laboratory hanging out and occasionally attempting to invent incredible futuristic gadgets. However, their claymore is a hydrator and their hair dryer flips breakers, and the only invention that’s even remotely interesting is their Phone Microwave, which transforms bananas into oozing green gel. But when an experiment goes awry the gang discovers that the Phone Microwave can also send text messages to the past. And what's more, the words they send can affect the flow of time and have unforeseen, far-reaching consequences - consequences that Okabe may not be able to handle...
Both of these titles have a strong base in science and if you like Science Fiction that uses a lot of real science then you may enjoy both titles. One thing I will say is that Noein has a very unique animation style, but both seem to have a good story/plot.
Both have a decent sized cast, with a timetravel-esque plotline, but the real reason i'd reccomend these two is the fact that it mixes real scientific theory with fiction, while at the same time focusing on the relationships between the cast of characters.
Steins;Gate and Noein both deal with time travel and alternate universes. I highly reccomend both if you enjoy this variety of science fiction.
The themes of these two shows deal mainly with time travel. Instead of focusing on the actual technology, the story focuses on the relationships between the characters in a world that is changed by the effects of time travel. These are two great sci-fi anime, either would appeal to fans of the other show.