In a research outpost in Turkey, an ancient relic known as Noah’s Ark has been discovered, and ARCAM, the world’s most secret organization in charge of keeping world order, must protect the ark from the deranged forces of the US Machine Corps. Yu Ominae, ARCAM’S #1 Spriggan, is an elite secret operative with one mission: Stop the key to NOAH’S ARK from being used by Colonel Mac Dougall, a cybernetically enhanced child with psychokinetic powers. Noah will be your grave!
Following the disaster wrought upon the world by a mysterious being called ‘Akira’, Neo Tokyo is now in social and economic turmoil. In such a decaying city, feisty Kaneda and his shy friend Tetsuo survive by running around in a biker gang, chasing local rivals and generally evading the police. Everything changes, however, when Tetsuo crashes into a strange-looking boy during a bike chase and the military ends up taking him away. When he eventually returns to his friends, he’s no longer the same weak little boy they always knew – in fact, a military experiment has turned him into something beyond human imagination. While the military is intent on reclaiming its specimen at any cost, Tetsuo is sick of being bullied around and is about to show everyone, including his friend Kaneda, exactly who is boss.
Akira is a slightly similar movie to Spriggan. Kaneda slightly resembles Yu; both feature a kid gone crazy. Spriggan and Akira have similar concepts and tone.
Spriggan and Akira were written by the same author and are great cyberpunk thrillers. Akira also has a very intellectual plot and fantastic graphics and action.
Akira and Spriggan are very similar. Spriggan has many aspects that Akira has like little children with powers and lots of violence and action.Though Spriggan lacks the massive and impressive story line Akira has, Spriggan makes it up with breath taking fight scenes. They are well suitted together.
If You like one you will undoubtedly like the other. They have the same mood and feel and even share trademark grey skined children with psychic powers.
Akira is basically a sophisticated version of Spriggan's concept and much, much better looking despite being more than a decade older. Kids with psychic powers, crazy military conspiracy, weird mumbo jumbo, and a crap-ton of glorious action.
Spriggan really seems like a tribute to Akira. Both involve human experimentation gone horribly wrong, and questions whether humanity should take matters of God into its own hands. Both boast incredible art, and while Spriggan I thought was kinda stupid, both have intriguing premises.
Spriggan and Akira are so similar it's impossible to not recommend them. Kid with psychic powers, military involvement and lots of gritty artwork? These anime are two peas in a pod.
They both have dark gritty animations with bits of gore thrown in, wonderful sound tracks and a similar protagonist with a never say die attitude who doesn't understand what limits are. Akira has a much better story based off human potential(psychic) and that is what drives it far above Spriggan, Spriggan is based off a mythological power called Noah that is essentially earths reset button and the story in general is weak, lacking depth but the art style and sound track are well worth a watch.
Both Spriggan and Akira deal with saving the world from threats induced by a covert military agency. Both Kaneda, Akira's hero and Yuu Ominae, Spriggan's hero live in a visually dark world and must overcome the dark intentions of military-enhanced beings to prevent an apocalypse. If you enjoy action, fights and explosions, both anime deliver handsomely.
In a world where mankind is at the brink of destruction, one lone scientist has concocted the means to save it: bioroids. These artificial humans coexist with humans in the city of Olympus, under the watchful eye of the supercomputer Gaia -- to stabilize society. The military strongly opposes their use, however, and the elite soldier Deunan may hold the key to saving both the human race and the lives of the bioroids. Teamed up with an old friend, Briareos, Deunan must race against the clock to discover the secret of the Appleseed before countless lives are tragically lost...
Both of these have stunning visuals and fast-paced action. While the stories are different, it just seems natural that ifyou've watched one, you should watch the other.
The main character in both are over natural and have to fight in order to protect ideals with guns and blood.
A cientific plot (about human development) is behind in both too.
These two action movies are rather similar by their plot: both have their main characters to take up arms to not just defend themselves, but also their ideals and, ultimately, whole humankind. They offer a satisfactory level of depth in both the characters as well as the surrounding world. If you’re an action movie fan and liked one, I don’t see why you wouldn’t enjoy the other as well.
Constable Fuse is part of an elite Special Forces unit known as the Capital Police whose mission is to maintain peace during a time of civil unrest. Fuse becomes entangled within a web of intrigue and politics between the Capital Police, the government intelligence bureau, and a secret society known as Jin-Roh – the Wolf Brigade.
Jin-Roh has a similar feel on the surface to Spriggan. Both are slower paced but still good. Jin-Roh is not much like Spriggan once you get into it, but i think many Spriggan fans would enjoy Jin-Roh.
Jin-Roh has a very strong overpowering millitary presence like Spriggan, with the 'single' all powerful soldier as well.
In times of olde, God gave mankind the ten commandments, and a message that has been lost to the centuries. In the present, Koichiro Kamishiro is a modern day Indiana Jones who scours (and often destroys) ruins for hints of the past, until one day he runs across a box filled with two crystal triangles. Having inadvertently run across the key to God's lost message, Kamishiro suddenly has a lot to deal with including assassination attempts by the KGB and the CIA, aliens hell-bent on destroying the Earth and the love of several women!
Both are about uncovering artifacts that lead to ominous consequences for the fate of humankind. If only archeology was this exciting in real life! Crystal Triangle, focuses more on the discoveries themselves, while Spriggan focuses on what humanity could do with those powers.
Jubei Kibagami is just a wandering swordsman minding his own business... until fate lands him in the middle of a battle with the terrifying Devils of Kimon! Now the fate of all of Japan lies in the hands of a vagabond samurai, a deadly female ninja and a perverted old monk as they take on an enemy who is, literally, immortal.