Bungou Stray Dogs

Bungou Stray Dogs

Bungou Stray Dogs Episode 8 - Teaching Them To Kill; Then To Die

Dazai goes missing, but the Agency operatives feel it's just business as usual. Meanwhile, Atsushi accompanies Yosano Akiko on a shopping expedition, where they are suddenly plunged into the middle of a terrorist bomb threat by one of the Port Mafia...

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GabiiTachibana GabiiTachibana says

Both anime are about an eccentric group of people using supernatural powers to fight against strange crimes in their cities. They appeal to a similar sense of humor while also having dark undertones.

shadeslayer77 shadeslayer77 says

It's hard to fully judge BSD yet since only one episode is out, however, it's clear to see that both shows share more than just their animation studio. Both involve protagonists with superpowers getting involved in a crime-fighting group comprised of super-people. It seems the two shows may end up going in different directions, but if you like one of these and need more for your superpowered anime fix, you should definitely check out the other.

PurplePeopleEater PurplePeopleEater says

An organization with superpowers who fight others with superpowers or beasts. It is very similar although so far I think Bungou is the better of the two. 



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hamletsmage hamletsmage says

Both of these anime feature a young protagonist moving into a new region and quickly finding themselves surrounded by bizarre events. With action, fantasy, gangs, turf battles, and no one being exactly whom they seem to be, the plotlines are pretty similar. So, if one tickled your fancy, give the other a shot. 

AngelBeatsYui AngelBeatsYui says

A young boy being thrown into a world of fantasy and action with a hint of gangs, well that is kind of the plot of these two anime. Both have an interesting artsytle, plot and character to keep you intrigued. With that I would say if you enjoyed one then you might want to check out the other xx

Htieks Htieks says

Both have a pretty big cast of snowflakes (downright enormous in the case of Durarara), with plenty of quirky characters with their own weird abilities, ranging from mundane ones to reality-breaking superpowers. Both also have various rival organizations entangled in a bigger plot that is never revealed completely, or at least not until later seasons. The mood is also all over the place, with slapstick frequently followed by action or drama and vice-versa.

Stray Dogs has a slightly more shounenish feel to it (and it's much better for those vaguely familiar with Japanese literature), but all in all, I think they appeal to the same audience.



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hamletsmage hamletsmage says

In these anime, the main protagonist is thrown into a world where people have special powers. He's joined by an eclectic group of individuals, hunted by a gang/mafia of powered people, and over the course of the anime, he comes to accept this strange new life. so, if you liked one, you just might like the other. 

pandalianxx pandalianxx says

Both shows are beautifully constructed and rich in plot, character and world development. K and Bungou Stray Dogs both have a large cast, supernatural powers, and several factions fighting against one another. The tensions between the Port Mafia and the Armed Detective Agency mirror that of Homra and Scepter4, where they are pitted in a constant struggle to maintain peace (from Scepter4 and the ADA) versus the need to fulfill one's own desire (from Homra and the Port Mafia). 

panikinga panikinga says

Both animes have got simmilar aura,sense of humour and some mystery. I think it's really probable you will like both if yu liked ne of them.