Kiba is a wolf, one of the last of his kind, and his dream is to find Paradise in a world torn asunder by war. Cheza, the legendary Flower Girl, can lead him to Paradise, but there are others who desire her, and help from other wolves at his side may not be enough. Driven by his noble spirit, he will not forsake his quest.
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".
Like Wolf's Rain, Ergo Proxy is also deeply psychological and self-involving. If you want a silly action series there is no need to watch this, please go and watch Naruto, Bleach or whatever else you want. But if you want to enjoy some time thinking and developing your comprehension about the world we live in, Ergo Proxy is definitely the best choice.
What first catches the eye in Wolf's Rain and Ergo Proxy is the wonderfully-drawn landscape. Both placed in the future, they explore the initiatic journey of a group of people - a journey to find themselves, in a world that no longer has any use for their kind. Kindred in both design and flow, these anime go well together because of the similarities in storyline, and because of the dreamy feeling that they leave behind.
Both Ergo Proxy and Wolf's Rain are apocalyptic shows that take place in a post-apocalyptic setting. Also both of them have some similar elements like going on a journey, domes or mysterious beings (proxies in EP and nobles in WR). The resemblance between these two shows is quite big, but it doesn't mean that you will definitely like one if you liked the other; yet you should give them a try.
Both of these shows were very dark in atmosphere and were slower in pace. While their plots are dissimilar, they each took place in a futuristc setting and focused on a group of characters on a journey to discover certain truths. These two shows also had some of the most beautiful art I've seen in an anime. I'll suggest to give these a watch if you like sci fi/fastasy stories that are more character driven.
In both series the heroes struggle to find a meaning in their existence in an apocalyptical world where they somehow do not belong. While Ergo Proxy is somewhat more dark, brutal and mysterious in its flashbacks and storylines, Wolf's Rain keeps more to a linear storytelling with successfully intervoven charakters. Still both of them share the same thoughful approach, leave room for evolving interpersonal relations but never lose their main focus on the determination and motivation of their individuals.
There are many of the same themes in both these animes. The question of exsistance, for example, is very much a part of both. The protagonists of both are in a quest to find themselves. But not just themselves but also to find the reason for the world around them.
These series each have a lot to do with mystery and philosophical questions. While striving for existence, characters in each story meet many questions about the first origin and their futures.
Both Wolf's Rain and Ergo Proxy start off with a very similar vibe. Dark, mature animes, set in dystopian societies inside of bubbled cities. The storylines branch out from there, but involved the character traveling across barren landscapes.
Ergo Proxy and Wolf's rain may seem to be different and in fact they are! Their setting is completely unrelated and the style also seems to be very different. But this is all at face value in reality they are both complex shows regarding the meaning of life and its many subcategories. If you've enjoyed the subtleness and depth of one you'll certainly enjoy the other.
STN is a secret organization charged with capturing witches of all ages who misuse their inate ability of the Craft. Its newest recruit is a young girl named Robin, who wields the same power that she is helping to control. While skillful at their ability to detain quickly, the number of witches keeps seeming to increase, and the misuse of power grows stronger, casting a shadow of doubt as to what is really going on. For STN, there is much work ahead, and for Robin, her troubles are just beginning...
Both WHR and Wolf's Rain have a similar style, and a dark presentation that concentrates on the development of the main characters. They are both about exterminating a species; one series wants to eliminate witches and the other wants to eliminate wolves.
Wolf's Rain and Witch Hunter Robin are drawn in the same adult style, so the animation is very alike. There's also a dark gloomy atmosphere in both anime because they focus a lot of feelings like hope, despair and survival. This makes the buildup of the plots somewhat similar and definitely makes Witch Hunter and Wolf's Rain a good match for each other.
These two series share all of the less tangible qualities - vastly different plots and settings, but a similar atmosphere, style of animation, level of maturity and even musical similarities.
Both of these anime have the same melancoly feel to them. Both of the worlds depicted are dark and somewhat bleak, with the characters searching for a place to belong.
If you like an anime that tries to make you think, with likable characters, and a shady look at the Earth's future, this anime is for you.
In an experimental city of despair and carnage, ORGAN will do anything necessary to gain power and wealth. Unfortunately for one underground boxer who was mutilated, a rogue doctor has given him what ORGAN specializes in and he despises: Texhnolyze body parts. Will these cybernetic appendages help exact his revenge upon the one who made him this way?
Wolf's Rain and Texhnolyze, despite the differences in casts, have rather similar storylines. Both anime follow the actions taken by their characters in dark, gloomy worlds that are approaching their end. If you thought one was good, you should certainly give the other a go.
Texhnolyze and Wolf's Rain share similarities in setting and overall concept. Both are set in worlds which are corrupt, poverty-stricken, have ruling hierarchies and individual factions. The protagonist(s) in each series must adapt to such places where such groups reside in order to succeed in their own personal gain, whilst struggling in a dying world. Both are somewhat gloomy, yet are intriguing to view.
Technolyze and Wolf's Rain both have many nice, slow moments, allowing the viewer to think about the issues that come forth in each episode. Texhnolyze is more focused on people's emotions, while Wolf's Rain is more focused on mystery, but they both contain the necessary elements to make a good, solid story.
Follow interstellar bounty hunters Spike Spiegel and Jet Black as they scour the galaxy for criminals with prices on their heads. Hoping to escape their past, they live on the spaceship Bebop, but it's a dangerous business and old enemies don't forget easily. Allies come from unlikely sources, however, as they find comrades in the beautiful swindler Faye Valentine, the genius child hacker Ed and the genetically engineered 'data dog' Ein. Will they be able to help each other though their respective struggles, or is their fate really inevitable?
It's hard to exactly specify what these two shows have in common. If you ask me, I say that it's the style, the feeling that they give and maybe the story a little bit. If you haven't watched Cowboy Bebop yet and you did like Wolf's Rain, you should watch it right away, because you're probably going to love it.
Now I know that this doesnt make all that much sense but the feeling you get when a action filled moment hits or a deep dramatic shock wraps aroung you is next to none in both of these amazing shows. trust me.
This two shows have some kind similiar charm. Both give us vision of posible future for world and humans. They leave spectator with many teasers and melancholy.
Tired of hearing music only in the OP and ED of an anime and searching for something with good music throughout the episodes? Pick either of these and enjoy.
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!
Wolf's Rain and Gilgamesh are both aimed at a more mature audience; they are similar artistically have a realistic style. If you are looking for a realistic and mature anime check both of these out.
Firstly, the stories of Gilgamesh and Wolf's Rain both develop in a dark, post-apocalyptic future where things turn out to be not what they look like.
Secondly, both series are concentrated a lot on the personal development of the characters and their relationships with each other; and as the stories progress more and more of the characters' pasts and motives are revealed.
One more similar thing is the drawing/animation style; it is realistic with beautiful yet subdued colours.
If the words "dark", "post-apocalyptic" and "character development" send a chill down your spine, you should give both of these anime a try!
If you enjoy anime with high sentimental (and I am not talking about romance) content, with episodes full of tension and emotions, dark conflicts and some kind of complot, you will love the final in this both series.
Gilgamesh and Wolf's rain have serious questions about identity and the human race. I recomend both if you feel like thinking about life and not only fantasy issues.