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Maebara Keiichi, an ordinary high-school boy, has transferred to a new school in Hinamizawa, a small rural village. At the outset everything seems peaceful and Keiichi becomes friends with a nice group of schoolgirls with whom he spends many idle summer afternoons. Suddenly violence encroaches upon the blissful peace of the village and Keiichi becomes entangled in an endless cycle of fear and death. The inconsistent, but inevitable horrors of Hinamizawa are told and retold becoming an endless and inescapable nightmare of insanity. Will it end even if the mystery of Hinamizawa is solved?
Denpa Teki na Kanojo and Higurashi no Naku Koro ni both deal with murder and mystery as a concrete theme, so blood and elements of horror is imminent. Right in the begining of the animes is the introduction to some blood and murder. For the people that have already seen Higurashi, a character in DTnK resembles closely to Rena, almost as if they were twins. In the end of the first episode of both animes, they leave you wanting more!!!
So so alike! Higurashi is more sinister but Denpa is also really mystirious. Its a must watch if you liked Higurashi and vice-versa
The two series take a seemingly average school life and drag it though the mud, having it's hopless male lead wind up in horrible siuations that would not be have happened if these crazed women had just left them alone.
Yes, whether big city or small village, the murder plots are written amazingly well and you never know where the next twist is coming from.
Both center on a mystery-esque theme with teenagers, which quickly escalates into something that is horrific enough to tear at the very fabric of their minds. They're both psychological, with them dealing with the killings and trying to prevent it in whatever ways they can. Each deal with how people percieve reality and what it looks like when people start losing their grip.
The main difference between them is that the supernatural element is somewhat more omnipresent in Higurashi (in certain arcs), and Higurashi has the 'reset button' that goes off in between each arc. There is a slight supernatural element to Denpa Teki na Kanojo, but it's mostly only mentioned. In both, it is... debatable as to whether or not the supernatural element exists, and is probably just in the minds of the protagnosists.
When an odd string of suicides begins to occur at a local high rise building, most of the townsfolk treat it as an unfortunate series of events. One girl, however, senses something more sinister at work - especially when a close friend of hers falls mysteriously ill. After witnessing one of the deaths for herself, Shiki begins to realize that a strange connection exists between each of the girls, and predicts a total of eight will die. With seven dead and the accuracy of her prediction unclear, she sets out to put an end to the killings. Yet, as she nears the truth, she finds herself closer and closer to the brink of death; will Shiki become the town's savior, or the next victim?
both animes deal with murder and mystery aspects that deep implanted, both animes have a very well defined horror aspect (more intense in Kara no Kyoukai).If you like one of this two, try the other one as well.
Both share many similarities. They focus on the dark, twisted, grizzly, gory, mysterious nature of the human mind pushed to it's limits. Highly recommended.
There's certainly a similarity between both series, despite the big differences in storyline and plot. The atmosphere in both are almost identical, as is the style of storytelling. And at the center of each is a female lead that is shrouded in mystery when you first meet her. So if you liked the "mood" that you felt when watching one, you'll definitely enjoy the other.
Both 'Kara no Kyoukai' series & 'Denpa Teki na Kanojo' gives similar dark, interesting feel with a pinch of romance in it... both are female leads though their characters vary (like 'Shiki' being more murderous, tsundere, 'Ame' is little bit more relevied of murderous instinct & more devoted to 'juu') both of them are quite similar when it comes to protecting their loved ones... if you like one please try other, you are sure to like it...
In the streets of Tokyo, a new menace has surfaced: Shounen Bat, a young boy who wears golden roller skates and a baseball cap, and likes to whack people on the head with a golden baseball bat. These seemingly unconnected and random attacks soon become a police investigation... but after all is said and done, is there a pattern to this chaos?
Both are psychological and have a lot to do with how people percieve reality. To each part of Denpa Teki there is a mystery/investigation element which escalates into a psychological drama with elements of violence thrown in... which is a lot like the formula for Paranoia Agent, except more centered on a small group of people, whereas Paranoia Agent shows the reaction and involvement of the Shounen Bat cases in a wide area.
Teki na Kanojo is like Paranoia Agent but bad. A lot of the writing in Teki na Kanojo came off really amateur to me, but Paranoia Agent is directed by one of the greatest directors Satoshi Kon so it’s really high quality.
Demons are escaping from the underworld, and causing much havoc on the population. Possessing both human bodies and artifacts alike, the demons are inconspicuously forcing people to commit murders; the demons must be stopped! The task of returning – or exterminating – the offenders lies with Enma, Kapaeru, and the talking witch hat Shapoji; can Enma and the gang banish the demons before things get out of hand?
Both of these titles happen to come from the same studio. As such, they present the same atmosphere of mystery and dread. The stories revolve around "ordinary" people who find themselves in extraordinary circumstances, and the strain that it can cause on them. If you like broody storytelling and dark plots, both of these are worth a look.
They are from the same director and have a similar dark/oppressive atmosphere with characters investigating murders under mysterious and supernatural circumstances.
Rin is a private investigator with an advantage: near immortality. Thanks to the spores of the Yggdrasill tree, both she and her assistant Mimi have lived many years longer than the average person. That isn’t to say that being immortal doesn't have its problems. With 'angels' wanting to devour them, the being Apos sending wave after wave of professional assassins to kill them, and constant hangovers from long nights of drinking, being immortal still has its downsides. With Apos' attempts at removing them from the picture increasing, can Rin and Mimi figure out what he is after so they can return to their morning shots of Vodka?
both animes deal with an astonishing mystery aspect (better defined in Mnemosyne), a extreme horror aspect and both have many bloody scenes.Both animes have mature/sexual themes (way better developed in Mnemosyne).In both animes we see female characters as main protagonists.If you like one of this two you will definitely like the other one as well.
Sometimes the greatest distance is between people. Whether a man alienates himself from society with a façade of cheerfulness, or two friends fail to communicate their feelings of betrayal, invisible barriers plague mankind. Although love should bring people together, when a stoic renter and a dutiful monk choose to court a widow’s daughter, their mutual affections drive a bitter gap between them. During each encounter filled with mistrust and despair, the flaws of human nature slowly reveal themselves...
While Aoi Bungaku is episodic and Denpa Teki is linear, Denpa Teki has a similar feel to some of Aoi Bungaku's storylines. Insanity and bloodlust with a tinge of supernaturality, they each give you a peek into the character's personal brands of crazy.
Denpa Teki has more blood and violence and is set in modern times, but they are both good 'horror' type anime.
As first year student Konoha Inoue is about to leave school campus, he sees a girl eat a page from the book she is reading. She introduces herself as second year Touko Amano, the literature girl, and asks him to join the Literature Club so that he doesn't expose her secret. After almost two years of being the sole two members of the club, a strange message arrives: a piece of paper with a peculiar drawing. Further investigation leads them not only to Inoue's past, but to the reason to why he has given up on writing novels for the rest of his life.
Although both DTNK(denpa teki na kanojo) & BS(bungaku shojo) are of totally different plots & genre they are similar in their somewhat dark romantic feel. The female leads were initally looked as weird characters but as soon as story flows both of them makes the veiwers become attached to their roles. if you are like one then you will surely like the other. ^_^
Join Tadakuni, Hidenori and Yoshitake as they undergo the trials and tribulations of life in high school. Each episode presents the boys and their classmates in unique situations that you may or may not have faced in high school yourself! You'll laugh! You'll cry! (But hopefully laugh more.) You'll be astounded by the zany antics of the Sanada High School community!
The girls in both shows are batshit insane. If you have a things for girls with abnormal personality, and amount of loose screw in the head, check both show out, seriously.
Denpa teki na kanojo, you know the drill, is a mystery anime with girls killing and dying. That's enough for you to guess what kind of girls will pop up in the show. If you are surprised by the girls in this show even when acknowledging its plot, then watch something beside Naruto and come back later. I recommend you googling 2 girls 1 cup though, for instant vaccine to this kind of characters.
Danshi koukousei no nichijou, literally: daily lives of high school boys. This one is tricky, but look at it this way, you have seen harem anime that give 100% attention to hot chicks and 0% to the male right? The one that male characters have no personality whatsoever. This things work other way around in DKNN.
The boys here are more prominent and the girls are intentionally made into a dummy character with one emotion. You will see most girls doing the same stuff all the time. Why? Because we are not following them all day long, the anime only show the batshit insane side of them in order to make jokes. Because they are joke characters and not a central interest of the show, whenever they show up, it's goofy time.
But here comes the promise: if you have a refined (aka. fucking perverted) taste for girls and want to sees girls with crazy emotion, and ONLY crazy emotion, this is a show for you. Whenever girl A shows up: SUDDENLY MIRAI NIKKI, whenever girl B shows up: SUDDENLY SCHOOL DAYS. Well, something like that.
And for those who read till the end, thanks for reading, and do not google what I told you to, seriously, SERIOUSLY. I said that twice because it's important.
The always-hungry Yako Katsuragi is a super famous high school-aged detective who cracks the hardest of cases with ease – at least, that’s what the general populace thinks! Behind the scenes, Yako is helped by Neuro – a maniacal being from the demon world who is looking for new mysteries to devour. Alongside local detectives and a helpful sidekick, Yako and Neuro will solve the unique and the bizarre cases that plague the city; but will Yako ever discover the truth behind her father’s supposed "suicide"?
The anime have two things in common.
1. The main character is somewhat of the passenger in a car, they see everything happening, but the other protaganist is the one that works things out and fixes everything. In Neuro, Neuro is the one always solving the mysteries... while in Denpa, It is Ame who takes to the field and saves Juu, or figures out the mystery herself. Another part to it is that Juu and Yako are ordinary people, while Ame and Neuro excel in their abilities.
2. The mysteries in both anime are a "Who Dun it", but the the audience never really has a chance to figure out who it was. The characters just figure it out themselves and then capture the villain, usually there is little room to find out who it was.
There is an urban legend that children tell one another about a shinigami that can release people from the pain they may be suffering. This "Angel of Death" has a name: Boogiepop. And the legends are true. Boogiepop is real. When a rash of disappearances involving female students breaks out at Shinyo Academy, the police and faculty assume they just have a bunch of runaways on their hands. But Nagi Kirima knows better. Something mysterious and foul is afoot. Is it Boogiepop, or something more sinister...?
If you liked this, then you will probably like this too. As they both feature deadly mysterious circumstances happening around high schoolers.