Yuki has isolated himself from his high school student life; even his cell phone reflects his detachment, since it only contains information about his surroundings. In his fantasies Yuki is chosen by his friend Deux Ex Machina to participate in a survival game of twelve people, each with a clairvoyant personal diary. The remaining survivor will become the new Lord of Time and Space. However, Yuki wakes from his fantasy to find that his dreams have become reality; his diary now has entries from the future about his surroundings, and he learns that his classmate Yuno is also participating. Even worse, Yuki finds an entry for his imminent Dead End. To stay alive he becomes Yuno's partner, but her diary only contains what will happen to her beloved Yuki. Yuno swears to protect Yuki and uphold her unwavering love for him; she will protect their bond, no matter who she has to get rid of.
Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Top-ranked student Yagami Light is disenchanted with the world around him. Through a series of events, he comes into possession of the ultimate power over life and death: a supernatural "death note" which can kill nearly anyone at his whim. As Light sets off on a crusade-turned-killing-spree, investigators from a police task force try to stop the mysterious deaths - including Light's own father, a senior policeman.
Death Note and Mirai Nikki are similar in many ways. While Death Note tends to be a little more gentile then Mirai Nikki, both involve the basic "Boy finds super power- super power then results in a lot of bloody death" plot. If you like one- the other will be great.
They are similiar in many ways. In Death Note we focus on the mind duels between the police, detectives and kira, with little physical violence.
In Mirai Nikki we follow mind duel between diary holders, often resulting in bloody climaxes. The psychological side of Mirai Nikki is a bit more shocking and disturbing than Death Note.
Both are refreshingly bold and very well-written
are both awesome more serious mangas that are very easy to get hooked on also both has a crazy girl in love with the main charcater wich I love about anime and manga
Death Gods, Twists and Turns, and Yandere! All this and more are central themes to both series. Both start with some sort of Death God just trying to get some kicks out of humans. Death Note is more focused on a singular teen trying to become a god while the Mirai Nikki is more of a "game" between multiple people trying to become a god. Both are page turners and can't be put down.
Middle school student Ganta Igarashi witnessed the slaughter of his entire class by the mysterious 'Red Man', and as the only survivor, he was labeled a mass murderer and sentenced to death. Now an inmate at the privately-owned prison and ‘amusement park' known as Deadman Wonderland, Ganta must try to survive in a place where inmates are the main attraction in brutal gladiator-style games. At the same time, he must attempt to uncover the truth behind the ‘Red Man', his mysterious childhood friend Shiro, and why he was the only survivor that bloody day.
In both mangas main character is weak and cowardly high school student, who is suddenly given mysterious powers, and thrown into a deadly game. He have to face other power users, and fight them. The cost of losing is exremely high (death in Mirai Nikki, losing a random body part in Deadman Wonderland), so our main hero have to quickly loose his naivety.
In both mangas there is a heroine, who is very close to main character.I won't spoil exactly what's so special about her (though it's revealed soon) but I can say this much - Yuno from Mirai Nikki is very similar to Shiro from Deadman wonderland in many ways.
Lastly both mangas have very dark theme. There is a large amount of violence and gore. Most of the characters featured in both mangas are total psychos.
Different characters and setting, same concept. Deadman Wonderland and Future Diary are two manga about a life-threatening game, in which every move has its concequences. Enjoyed the constant tension and combination of a male lead with a less-than-normal girl by his side? Then give the other a shot!
While reading Deadman Wonderland I kept on getting memory flashes from Future Diary. It wasn't because the stories were so similar but it was because that some of the characters were. They were both good reads and if I remember correctly then Future Diary had almost exactly the same amount of bloody scenes in it as Deadman Wonderland had plus they were both very interesting.
In Japan, the birth rate has declined to a point where the country's future is in jeopardy. So to help solve the problem, government official Hizuki has chosen a school to test a new, totally reasonable approach: each student will be implanted with nano explosives that will detonate if they don't pair off by summer's end! For Daichi, who'd rather be dating his 2-D girlfriend, and eight other students, the decree is too muchof a hassle and they refuse to participate, escalating the situation even further! Now, thanks to their defiance, Hizuki adds extra deadlines and challenges to ensure that the nine will somehow fall for each other, lest they become literal dust in the wind. But with an odd number of students, whose loveless life will become a mushroom cloud of despair?
Yanderes, desparation and romance, violence, intrigue and mystery. The hapless hero of both series are plagued (Or blessed) by yanderes who, as you can tell, are batshit crazy. It's not just the yanderes that make them common but the feel of them. The suspense, the need to survive and the need to do what must be done even if it's against your moral code. Both are series worth looking into just for yanderes if you're into that, but the thrill elements and life-or-death situations and events that unfold are worthwhile on their own, even comedic at times. Gotta get your kicks in while you can, eh?
Taisuke Kanou is a student who's lived alone with his sister since the death of his parents years ago. Though he's often in the middle of a fight, Kanou lives a fairly typical life alongside his bullied friend Yuichi and the lovely Megumi - that is, until the suicides begin. Suddenly, around the globe, people have begun to kill themselves in throngs thanks to what people are calling a ‘suicide virus.' Once ‘infected,' a person either dies by his own hand or evolves and gains a special power. As Taisuke soon discovers, he's one of the evolved, as is Yuichi; but Yuichi, coerced by other ‘comrades' with similar powers, kidnaps Megumi and leaves with his newfound friends. Taisuke must now head north in an attempt to find Megumi and Yuichi, all the while encountering new friends and dangerous enemies along the way.
In both Mangas main character is a high school student who suddenly was given extraordinary power. Along with him, there is a number of other people who got similar power. For one reason of another they battle against each other.
Both mangas have very dark and bloody theme, and lot of serious content. In both cases most of the powerful characters are total psychos. The drawing style and the mood is also similar.
Rabbit Doubt is a popular new mystery game in which a ‘wolf' kills off each of a group of ‘rabbits' one by one. If the rabbits determine the identity of the wolf, they win the game; but if they suspect the wrong individual, the rabbits all die. Eiji, Rei, Mitsuki, Haruka, Yuu and Hajime are six friends who were meeting for the first time at a karaoke bar, but then, while separated, they lost consciousness and came to in a mysterious building - one of their bodies impaled on the wall. A real life game of Rabbit Doubt has begun. With paranoia and suspicion abounding, the survivors struggle to piece clues together before the Wolf picks them off one by one.