Humanity has stretched its reach into space and has settled onto a number of planets. For the past several hundred years, though, most of man’s territory has been politically and militarily dominated by the Tytania clan. However, their grip of power begins to shake when an admiral from Euria, Fan Hulic, preposterously manages to win a battle against an armada commanded by a Tytanian duke. Now wanted by Tytania, Fan Hulic flees from one planet to another. His travels will lead him to many places and many people, all of whom finally have hope that the hated Tytania can finally be defeated.
The war between the monarchical Galactic Empire and the democratic Free Planets Alliance has raged ceaselessly across the galaxy for over a century, with the fleets of both powers having fought countless battles. Currently the conflict revolves around the strategic Iserlohn Corridor, one of only two passages of space through which the two forces can access each other. Here the Empire has built the nigh-impregnable Iserlohn Fortress, whose deadly weaponry has thwarted repeated efforts by the Alliance to capture her. Phezzan, a neutral mercantile state, controls the other corridor. The long war has resulted in an indecisive stalemate, but there are two men from the two worlds who will change everything: Wen-Li Yang, a gifted strategist from the Alliance who wants nothing more than to retire and be a historian; and Reinhard von Lohengramm, a man from the Empire whose ambition knows no bounds. Their loves, struggles, triumphs and failures play across an interstellar stage of intrigue, war and death.
Large galactice empires with a fair dash of Prussian/Germanic influence, large space battles decided by famous generals, conspiracies, plots, and strange alliances.
The characters are fairly similar. Both of these have a somewhat disinterested yet extremely talented main character as well as equally brilliant counterparts in the opposing factions. They are both done in space opera style and feature massive space battles and political intrigue.
Both series are basically the same, there are some small differences between the 2 but if you are a fan of space opera's look no further than these 2 awesome titles.
Tytania is a newer, better animated yet shorter version of what is essentially Legend of the Galactic Heroes. If you have watched LotGH, then Tytania is good to watch as it is different enough to be 'fresh'. If you have seen Tytania, and enjoyed it, then you should get immersed in the the long (albeit older) space opera of epic proportion that is LotGH.
These two series are as close to similar as you are going to get. Though are differences between the two. For example in Tytania, Tytania is pretty much the dominated power and the forces they fight against are relatively small incomparision. Which is different from Legend of the Galactic Heroes where the two opposing sides are somewhat equal. Still if your a fan of space opera then look no further than these two titles.
In the distant future, mankind has mastered space and spread empires across the galaxy. While many choose to colonize distant planets, others choose to remain amidst the stars, ultimately giving rise to a new brand of humanity known as the Abh. Both genetically and culturally different from their Earth-dwelling peers, the Abh soon find themselves engaged in a bloody war that rages across hundreds of planets and set out to restore peace by means of conquest. Enter Jinto, a nobleman and ambassador of the recently acquired Hyde system whose duty is to represent his peoples' interests and rule on the Abh's behalf. In order to be officially coronated to this position, a cold-but-beautiful Abh princess named Lafiel arrives at Hyde to escort him back to the empire's capital. When they are suddenly attacked by an anti-Abh liberation front, however, the festivities are cut short, and the two must flee for their lives against all odds.
Both series are amazing space drama's that end up having the main person running away from their enemy until the right time when they can strike back. Tytania is a little more finished in the end where CotS has sequel series that continue on to finish off the story. Check out both of these shows.
For starters a big similarity between the two is that in both series the main characters end up spending a good deal of time running away from a superoir force, though in Crest of the Stars the situation is slightly different than that of Tytania. Also both series feature some rather nice space battles that any fan of space opera could die from when watching. If you liked one then you should really check out the other.
The future of humanity is in peril, as they are confronted with the threat of an intergalactic clash with a warrior-like alien race, and the only one who can save them is... Captain Tylor?! Join a crew of misfits and rejects including an alcoholic doctor, a gorgeous nurse, an anal-retentive commander and a bunch of really stupid marines as they try to make it out in space and to discover whether their captain is a misunderstood genius or a total moron like he seems to be.
Captain Tylor and Fan Hulic are very similar characters. They are chosen to fail, and surprising everyone they succeeded instead. The unexpected success causes both protagonists many troubles. They both appear to be morons, but both seem to have a mind for strategies. The supporting characters also like and follow the main goofs.
Both shows are about 2 men that are seemingly not so smart but get command anyway and kick ass. Tytania is pretty plot heavy at times where Tylor is more lighthearted and comedy based but if you enjoyed one adventuring galaxy man you should like the other.
In 2010, the Britannian Empire enslaved Japan using powerful mecha known as Knightmares; in the aftermath Japan was renamed Area 11, and its people began a hard and terrible existence. Lelouch, a Britannian student living in Area 11, has grown up hating the Empire and everything it stands for. One day, in the middle of a terrorist attack, Lelouch meets a mysterious girl who grants him the ability to control minds. Can he use his new power to fight for freedom, or will his hatred twist his good intentions into mindless acts of vengeance?
Code Geass and Tytania both tell similar tales. Tales of a downtroden public, lorded over by a powerful elite body of individuals. Whether it be Pax Tytania or Pax Britannia, at some point enough is enough and the downtroden begin to fight back. In both worlds, a single man, recognized by many as a genius, becomes the catalyst for this change.
While Code Geass is slightly more action oriented, both series have similar levels of political intrigue and plotting. It is my firm belief that if you enjoyed Tytania, you will enjoy Code Geass and vice versa.
What happens when authority and consequence are removed? When the inmates truly run the asylum. On the spaceship Ryvius there are those who would fight for order, and many more who would fight to destroy it. Love, hate, anger, greed, avarice, and perhaps hope are the fuel for the Ryvius, and only one can save those who call it home...
Both are centered around war in which an unlikely group is caught in between politics of powerful people(who are generally divided into two groups). Both are space operas but Infinite Ryvius is more of drama and there is more going on in the 26 episodes than in Tytania.
Tytani is more novel-like given that it's only part of a series of novels whereas IR is more realistic as far as the story is concerned .If you like one you might also like the other.