In ancient times, Susano-oh conquered Orochi with the Kusanagi sword and was named the God of Darkness. In the present, signs of Susano-oh's manifestation on Earth are beginning to take place, including the shattering of a stone Flayed Colt. Caught in the middle is Takeshi, a young man who is forced to receive stigmata-like marks on his body from the ancient gods; an impending sign that he will soon be reincarnated as Brahman's alter ego, Atman. Meanwhile, the Kikuchi clan is after Takeshi and has a strange interest in the events taking place. The fate of all mankind is at stake; will demons or humans be the victor?
Yakumo was just a normal boy... until he died in a tragic accident. Now, resurrected by the last of a race of powerful creatures, he has become her Wu, an immortal servant. Together, they must battle against Benares, the all-powerful Wu of the dark lord Shiva. What dark secrets from Pai's past will this battle unearth?
3x3 Eyes and Dark Myth are quite similar in terms of the horrorific, gore-filled story, the animation style, and the tone. 3x3 is infinitely better, but if you liked one you'd probably enjoy the other too.
In the recesses of space, countless star systems are being wiped out of existence by Genma – a space being whose goal is to put an end to all life! Genma now has its sights set on Earth, and it’s up to a psychic named Luna and other psionic warriors to put a stop to his reign of terror. Alongside a two thousand year old cyborg named Vega, Luna must set forth to find others on Earth who have similar powers, so that they may band together against the ultimate foe. The battle for the galaxy awaits – who will succeed?
Both of these series delve deeply into ancient Japanese mythology, and are hard to comprehend. Mouryou is more interesting and boasts better visuals, but I'm sure if you're interested in one, you'll be interested in the other.
Kyoji Miura was a normal seventeen-year-old boy; he went to class like any other teenager, and was a member of the school's kendo club. However, when his kendo mentor revealed himself to be the reincarnated spirit of the ancient Incan warrior Yawaru, Kyoji's life changed forever. For it seems that Kyoji is none other than the reincarnated spirit of Bilka, Yawaru's sworn enemy, and it's up to him and his allies to save the world. Yawaru wishes to harness the mysterious and dangerous power of Iriyatesse, and only our heroes can stop him.
Various reincarnations with dark powers? Check! Boring and uninteresting storyline? Check!
I'm not sure why these two feel so similar, but I knew almost immediately that fans of one would like the other. Call it a gut feeling, but try it on for size.