Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee

Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee Episode 6 - The Letter to Jiggy Pepper

Lag and Niche run after Nelli to get their crossing pass back, however Nelli is found out as an impostor and is going to be punished! Lag and Niche come up to save Nelli, but just then the letter Nelli's late brother Nello wrote to Jiggy Pepper flies away. Lag stretches out his arm with all his might trying to save the letter, and suddenly a shindan flies out from his hand!

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Szwagier Szwagier says

Both are shounen animes, featuring a young, white haired boy, with very special right eye.   While they are completely different character, they both decide to join an elite organisation, partially due to influence of their mentor (or teacher in D.Gray case).

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Though completely different in their narrative, both D.Gray-Man and Letter Bee have a very similar feel about them. Both share a similar sort of comedic content, though it is a lot more prevalent in D.Gray-man. If you enjoyed one, then you might want to check out the other.

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