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Have you ever felt like the world would be a better place if certain people weren’t around? Such grim daydreams might occur when watching the dismal daily news, but on one fateful day, Light Yagami finds that these daydreams can become reality. By pure happenstance, he comes across a black notebook entitled "Death Note", whose text within states that whoever's name is written on its pages will die. With the aid of the death god Ryuk, Light takes it upon himself to rid the world of its corruption, ushering in a new era of purity one death at a time. But as Ryuk foretells, Light's actions will not go unchallenged...
Death Note and Moriarty the Patriot have similar main characters. While technically a villan, they have a strong moral compass who will stop at nothing to accomplish their goals.
They are both fantastic mysteries with interesting plot twists.
Both have dark tone and are masterpieces.
The plot, of both animes just so SMART !!! death note=so smart
moriarty the patriot=smart
if you love one..... i tell you, youll love the other!
Any Deathnote fan is sure to find something to love in Moriarty the Patriot, and vice-versa.
As an exercise, can you guess the anime based on the plot synopsis? The story follows a murderer who wants to bring about change to the world by killing those he sees as unfit, while a master detective tries to catch him in an effort to fulfil his own curiosity.
Both Deathnote and Moriarty the Patriot would fit under the description given. While there are some distinct differences in the relationship of Light and L and Moriarty and Holmes (most notably changes that appear to be coming in the second season), that makes it more kin to the relationship between Makishima and Kogami in Psycho-Pass, Moriarty's and Holme's relationship is dynamic enough to surely remind you of the dynamic duo (Light and L).
At the first sight I felt the similarity between L & Kira and Moriarty & Holmes. Like high IQ games between them which makes the swou exciting. Both are fantastic mysteries with kinda dark plot twists.
the fights have a similarity, yk? its just as though theyre fighting with swords but theyre not, theyre playing mind games
Both main characters are fighting for justice by controversial methods while a detective tries to find out who's the one doing it and stop them. They're both great.
Similar mind games/deceit between the protagonist antihero and the detective trying to figure them out.
Both protagonists are antiheroes. Both are opposed by an equally smart counterpart. Both are well-written and directed.
Moriarty and Light are really similar (inteligent, analytical, idealists, they believe that the ends justify the means). There is the same goal: make the world a better place and they are able to sacrifice everything (and everyone) to achieve that. Both make you question definition of good and evil.
Both anime have main characters (antiheroes) who desperately want to change the world. They would even go as far as dirtying their hands to complete their goal. Both anime feature mind games that the characters go through. Both anime have a similar relationship between the "protagonist" and the "antagonist" (Light and L) (Moriarty and Homes). These anime also have episodes that make you want to watch more!
If you like one, I believe you'll like the other
Both main characters have similar motives (making a better place), similar methods (murder) and hidden identities. Both animes have a character who is attempting to figure out who the mysterious identity is (more so in season 2 of Moriarty the Patriot) and befriend the culprit whilst suspecting them.
In Victorian England it is commonplace for the rich and wealthy to have a staff, led by a head butler, to run their households; the Phantomhive Estate is no different. The young and demanding Count Ciel Phantomhive, child owner of a toy company, lives in the grand countryside manor. Sebastian is his head butler, and the epitome of perfection; he effortlessly and gracefully completes his day-to day chores and fixes the countless mistakes of the other employees. However, whilst on the outside all seems prim and proper, a more sinister secret lies just beneath the surface. Sebastian is in fact a demon bound by a contract with the young count; he will loyally serve and fight for him in return for his soul.
Victiorian London settings with morally gray main characters who are nobles and investigate crimes. The villians are often fellow nobles and solving the crimes often leads to the death. While Moriarty is grounded a bit more in historical fiction, Black Butler aligns to the supernatural with demons and such.
They have similar time/era setting
Art is magnificent in both animes
Stories are different, but they have a similar feel
Boht are MASTERPIECES
If you want more murder and mysteries in Victorian England, featuring characters of the morally grey variety, look no further. The character designs feature a lot of beautiful men, which will further attract (pun fully intented) similar audiences.
Both take place in 19th century England. Both are dark anime with a lot of murder involved. Both have hot male characters.
Love! both this anime is mysteries and like the night. the characters is cool and like mystery.
Black butler dident i first love but when i come to season 2 and 3, was when i really was getting intressed for it. also the ova with the murderor case and the movie "Atlantic" is to die for.
Moriarty the patriot is a anime you want to know what happens next and how it will play out. i think why i find this anime most intressting is beasuse of the main caracter.
I think you will love or like either one of this anime you will also like the other.
Both anime are placed in similar time and place- 19th century England. They are dark anime with a lot of murder involved and death in general.
Main characters are the one who are nobles and investigate crimes. I can see how they are both kinda comanding others.
morally grey protagonists in victorian England solve and commit crimes, whichever benefits them the most.
Rumors revolving around The Book of Vanitas, a clockwork grimoire of dubious reputation, draw Noé, a young vampire in search of a friend's salvation, to Paris. What awaits him in the City of Flowers, however, is not long hours treading the pavement or rifling through dusty bookshops in search of the tome. Instead, his quarry comes to him...in the arms of a man claiming to be a vampire doctor! Thrust into a conflict that threatens the peace between humans and vampires, will Noé cast in his lot with the curious and slightly unbalanced Vanitas and his quest to save vampirekind?
it's the same vibes guys trust me!!! they are all so hot and in both animes the action happens in the 19th century. and very well created villains
bro idk seems legit tho
Both anime take place in Europe in the 19th century. Both anime have mystery. Moriarty the Patriot is more realistic while The Case Study of Vanitas is more supernatural.
Both shows are set in a historical Victorian setting, with a duo of male protagonists with amazing chemistry. One is more supernatural while the other is much more realistic, but both shows are very similar in the themes they touch on.
These two shows are both for people with the same type of brain damage (me). If you like one, you'll probably like the other.
During Prohibition, the law held no power and the mafia ruled the town. The story takes place in Lawless, a town thriving on black market sales of illicitly brewed liquor. One day, Avilio receives a letter from a mysterious sender, prompting him to return to Lawless for revenge. He then infiltrates the Vanetti family, the ones responsible for his family's murder, and sets about befriending the don's son, Nero, to set his vengeance in motion. Killing brings more killing, and revenge spawns more revenge. How will the 91-day story of these men guided by a tragic fate end?
Because their both revenge stories and their about outstarthing the bad guy. It both shows that society isnt always good and somethimes you need to do bad things to get justice. And for some reason they just give off the same vibe. This isn't a serious recemondation. But when I was watching Moriaty the patriot I just thought about how similair the two stories actually where but also diffrent. So yeah, this is my first time writing a recemondation so please dont be mad!
So both is playing in the 19th century and is like mystery and with a really cool vibe both is worth watching, 91 days is about the mafia, Moriarty the Patriot is not directly about the mafia but it has almost the same vibe.
Moriarty the Patriot is also gay and 91 days in a way too but not really.
I personally would say Moriarty the Patriot is a lil bit better, but both is sooooo good.
Albert de Morcerf had it all: wealth, loving parents, great friends. The only thing lacking in his life was excitement... until that fateful day on Luna. After a chance encounter with bandits and a daring rescue, Albert invites his newfound friend and savior, the Count of Monte Cristo, to his home in Paris. Little does he know what fate has in store for him and his loved ones. Just who is the mysterious Count, and what does he want? As tragedy touches the lives of those around him, can Albert’s only recourse be to wait and hope?
Similar atmosphere and general setup: a cunning anti-hero laying out traps to bring down members of high society/aristocracy. Gankutsuou is more eccentric/flamboyant in its presentation and has prominent sci-fi elements.
Both mains are antiheroes bent on revenge and social justice. Both prepare sophisticated traps to achieve thier goals. Both shows are well-written and animated.
Jonah is a child soldier and the newest bodyguard for Koko, an international arms dealer with an entourage of hired guns. The cold-blooded kid hates Koko’s line of work, but following her into the darkest corners of the black market might be the only way he can find those responsible for his family’s slaughter. Besides, his employer isn’t like most merchants of death. She uses guile and cutthroat tactics to keep her clients armed to the teeth—all while cultivating her own warped plan for the future of world peace. With the CIA desperate for her capture, assassins eager to collect her head, and the potential for every contract to end in ultra-violence, Koko and her comrades in arms bring the boom to every corner of the world.
In autumn of 1937, as the coals of World War II are beginning to smolder, Lt. Col. Yuuki of the Imperial Army secretly establishes a spy training organization called the "D Agency." Those chosen as members of the agency, in opposition to the national trend toward reverence of native-born soldiers in the army, are civilian university graduates who pass the superhuman selection test with flying colors. Under the resourceful Lieutenant Colonel Yuuki, they learn not only how to work with gunpowder, wireless communications, vehicles, and airplanes, but also various skills essential for spies...
At the end of the 19th century, London, the Kingdom of Albion has been split into East and West sides by a giant wall. Five girls attend Queen's Mayfaire, a conventional and prestigious school. Under the guise of regular high school girls, they act as spies under cover. Disguise, reconnaissance, infiltration, car chases... Each girl uses their own set of special skills to dart around the world of shadow.
Both anime follow a group of people with the ultimate aim of radically changing the existing system, eradicating the artistocracy-based system in Moriarty, bringing down the walls - which could even result in the end of the monarchy - in Princess Principal (though in Priness Principal only the 2 main girls are aware of this aim for now, whereas in Moriarty the entire team seems to know it). Also both take place in a 19th century/Victorian England, albeit in Princess Principal the setting is a steampunk one with elements of alternative history. Finally both have a fair deal of intrigue and action (though Princess Principal gives more emphasis to the action, and Moriarty to the intrigue).
In the late nineteenth century, Sherlock Hound is a crafty canine with a penchant for sleuthing. Alongside his trusty sidekick Watson, Sherlock Hound will solve the hardest of cases with ease. Whether it’s tracking down the origin of green balloons, helping launch the start of an air mail service from London to Paris, or tracking down a missing gold statue, Sherlock Hound will always get to the bottom of things – that is, if the wily Moriarty and his henchmen don’t get in the way!
A breeze flutters the lovely silver hair atop the head of a young man wearing a uniform so black, it seems to be mourning something. His name is Hyoubu Kyousuke. He commands the criminal esper organization P.A.N.D.R.A. and continues to soar on midnight black wings through the dark sky, going so far as to start a revolution for the sake of his brethren who share his psychic powers. The antagonist hero of Shiina Takashi's original work, Zettai Karen Children, is the star of the original story in this new spin-off anime! Fight back against the fate of time itself, and set infinity loose!
Both shows follow the "villain" of another work. I also feel the art, music and the overall impression are similar. Both MC are also quite OP, but in different ways: Moriarty in brainpower and Kyousuke in psychic powers.
If you like one of them I would recommend giving the other a try.