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Satoru Fujinuma is a reclusive part-timer with no plans for the future. What sets him apart from the other slackers in his town is an involuntary time travel ability that allows him to jump back several seconds in time in order to prevent accidents and even deaths. As incidents around town begin reminding Satoru of a childhood trauma he'd sooner forget, he finally begins to question what caused his ability to surface and whether or not it's powerful enough to change the past.
Both animes touch upon the concept of travelling back into the past to fix/change the future outcome. While Link Click's main climax does not reveal itself until near the end of the first season, there is a similarity in plot where they have to solve a murder case. They both share elements of suspense, mystery, and end most episodes on cliffhangers - leaving viewers at the edge of their seat.
Two words: time travel.
Although it is done differently in both animes, the essence is still there. ERASED focuses on a single event while Link Click its a more one case per episode show, although it has its exceptions.
I can't put two animes in the same rec, but if you've read this far, you should watch Tokyo Revengers as well.
Similar themes of time travel in both, as well as a protagonist who wants to fix things in the past but things get messy quickly.
When two people die at the same time, they're sent to a place that's neither heaven nor hell: a lavish bar between worlds where the stakes are high and the rules are simple: if you win you live again, if you die you're gone for good. Decim is the bartender charged with serving the souls who enter Quindecim. He may make a mean cocktail, but his true profession is to play the role of arbiter: a judge who determines whether or not a soul is worthy of reincarnation. To aid in his judgment, the bar's patrons are forced to play simple games laced with sadistic twists designed to bring their true natures to light. To Decim, judgment has always been black and white - that is until he meets a mysterious young woman whose fate seems impossible to decide. His indecision shakes the very foundation of the games and raises the biggest question of all: who is fit to judge the dead?
Both anime are gonna emotionaly break you. And there is a hot white haired quiet guy in both. Very psychological, yet has a lot of action and is incredibly enjoyable to watch.
The two shows have similar storytelling methods wherein the two main characters see the stories of many minor characters and their emotionally compelling stories about their lives.
Both of them have a similar story and a slice of life is day to day activity in a certain way and it about going to another life in some shape of form and both of them are fun
One night, a college student with a strong sense of justice, Seigi Nakata, saved a gorgeous foreigner, Richard, who was being harassed by some drunks. When Seigi found out that Richard was a jeweler, he asked for an appraisal on a ring with a shady history; one which his grandmother had kept secret until she died. The appraisal had revealed her past, truth, and desire. It led Seigi to work as a part-time employee for Richard’s jewelry store, the “Jewelry Etranger” in Ginza. While solving various “mysteries” introduced to the Jewelry Etranger, the relationship between Richard and Seigi gradually changes. However, each of them has secrets they have not told anyone.
The episodic style of both The Case Files of the Jeweler Richard and Link Click are similar. Additionally both stories focus heavily on the clients story as well as the main cast.
The premise of both shows is similar, focusing more on the story of clients that the main characters receive. The structure is also similar, featuring the stories case by case.
Sakaido was a famous and very talented detective until the day his daughter was killed, and he committed revenge! Now in jail, he uses his skills to help the police find criminals of cold-blooded crimes through a system that allows him to invade a criminal’s “ID.” But he’ll soon find clues that bring back his daughter’s case!
Both anime are about investigating cases through supernatural means. You could say that MCs in both anime infiltrate the minds of other people.
Similar use of interesting "technology" in both shows to solve mysteries/crimes. The soundtrack in the shows is similar as well.
Takemichi Hanagaki is a freelancer that's reached the absolute pits of despair in his life. He finds out that the only girlfriend he ever had in his life that he dated in middle school, Hinata Tachibana, had been killed by the ruthless Tokyo Manji Gang. The day after hearing about her death, he's standing on the station platform and ends up being pushed over onto the tracks by a herd of people. He closes his eyes thinking he's about to die, but when he opens his eyes back up, he somehow had gone back in time 12 years. Now that he's back living the best days of his life, Takemichi decides to get revenge on his life by saving his girlfriend and changing himself that he'd been running away from.
Both animes' main subject is time travelling. During the timetravelling the characters try to change something that happened in the past. The biggest difference is that Link Click tells many different stories but Tokyo Revengers has only one storyline. Both include mature(ish) themes and are hooking.
As a child, Violet was used by the military as a weapon because of her combat prowess. Her one friend and protector was Major Gilbert, who named the girl, taught her how to speak and write, and cared for her. But after being seriously injured in the war, losing both arms in the process, Violet is brought to the Evergarden household to recuperate. There, she trains to become an Auto Memories Doll: a person who writes letters for others, deciphering their true feelings and expressing it on paper. As Violet travels the world, she helps her clients find love and comfort through the letters she writes; but more importantly, she slowly begins to understand emotions, so that she can finally cope with what she’s done, and what she’s lost.
These two have many differences, Violet Evergarden delivers less tension and more backstory to our main character while each episode of Link Click leaves you high on a cliffhanger. So if you love a ride on a rollercoaster of feelings that makes you not want to go off, you'll definitely like both!
The eccentric mad scientist Okabe, his childhood friend Mayuri, and the otaku hacker Daru have banded together to form the Future Gadget Research Laboratory, and spend their days in a ramshackle laboratory hanging out and occasionally attempting to invent incredible, yet generally useless, futuristic gadgets. However, their claymore is a hydrator and their hair dryer flips breakers, and the only invention that’s even remotely interesting is their Phone Microwave, which transforms bananas into oozing green gel. But when an experiment goes awry the gang discovers that the Phone Microwave can also send text messages to the past. And what's more, the words they send can affect the flow of time and have unforeseen, far-reaching consequences...
Arata Kaizaki (27) quit the job he landed after graduation in only three months. His life did not go well after that. Now his parents are threatening to stop sending money, and want him to come back to the country. He has no friend or girlfriend to share his troubles with...as he hits rock bottom a strange man named Ryo Yoake appears. Yoake invites Kaizaki to join a societal rehabilitation program for NEETs called ReLife. This program uses a mysterious drug to make him look younger, and sends him back to high school for a year...
i can't really explain the reason why youd like both, but i just know that if you liked one of them, you'd like the other too, because they both have the same feel.
Unaired episode included in the 4th BD/DVD volume release of Arjuna.