Death Note Episode 7 - (Sub) Overcast

Light uses the Death Note to try to get rid of the woman who could get him captured, and is shocked when it doesn't work.

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BelYaun BelYaun says

If you liked the manipulation skills Lelouch had you will like the way Light acts to get what he wants. Both series have very strong main characters. The intelligence of the characters makes them seem godlike in the face of adversity but like Lelouch, Light also has his share of enemies.

madcastle madcastle says

The main characters in Death Note and Code Geass are really smart and godlike. They know what they want and how to get it. The enemies they face are really tough and intelligent, which makes both stories really interesting.

johnnyd johnnyd says

Both Death Note and Code Geass have a similar lead character and a great story. They are two intense series about the main character's rise and search for power, although under completely different circumstances.

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Migandas Migandas says

Lelouch Lamperouge and Yagami Light share some characteristics. They both want too change the world at all cost. Not a single death is too much for them. Although there are no Mecha's in Death Note, and no Shinigami's in Code Geass, I am sure that if you liked the one, you will like the other, so jump into the lives of these Anti-Heroes, and see what they will do for their goals!

Aelphais Aelphais says

Both series revolve around the anti-hero trying to take over the world. Death Note is a darker themed version of the genre, and Code Geass has mech elements, but both series provide an interesting outlook on tyranny.

Don2000105 Don2000105 says

The Supernatural Aspects, and the slightly dark sides to both, Death Note, and Code Geass are very simalar.

I Personally LOVE Code geass, and death note is a close 2nd or 3rd place.



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snivets snivets says

What strikes me as similar about Death Note and Psycho-pass is that they both ask similar heavy questions about justice and the treatment of criminals. The premise in both revolves around a method of controlling crime before it happens, and the human drama that follows revolves largely around the police and their role in society.

Scythe13 Scythe13 says

The central themes of justice and revenge, as well as treatment of criminals and the justice system in geneal, are present in both.  If you enjoy anime that make you think on larger scale issues, chances are you'll enjoy both.

zorro2013 zorro2013 says

Both are darker psychological thrillers. The settings are different, one futuristic, but both are about fictional moral systems, and the cat and mouse game that follows.