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Alt title: Yakusoku no Neverland

The Promised Neverland Episode 3 - 181045

While preparations are underyway, Emma, Norman, and Ray are now "training" the other kids so they can get stronger and be ready when the time comes. But despite Mom's orders, the new Sister Krone has her own plan…

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FictionalState FictionalState says

Definetely a similar psychological horror vibe as well raising children under hellish circumstances. If you like one, you'll probably enjoy the other.

pineapplefritter pineapplefritter says

There are a lot of parallels between these two animes, where kids are living in a dystopian world trying to survive. They both have great world building and exploration too. I thoroughly enjoy both of them!

Sailnir Sailnir says

They both have a parasidical world built on a hidden foundation that, if revealed, threatens to ruin the paradise.

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Astelia Astelia says

Both are interesting thrillers involving children that will keep you at the edge of the seat. The background is probably different, but the themes are somewhat similar. I really recommend both of them.

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Those two animes have a totally different storyline, although it is interesting to see their common points. They both tell stories about kids and how they have to escape from a difficult and set up situation.

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Both series have an amazing story and have one strong similarity.

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BeardedGun BeardedGun says

This recommendation is a bit if a stretch, but both deal with children and adults as if they are separate species, with the children being treated more as tools than humans. I also felt that the music was slightly similar. 'Darling in the FranXX' certainly isn't as dark, but it does have a certain feeling of gloom, as the world is devoid of emotion

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I agree with this recomondation, because the animes are quite simular but have different and good action plots. They're very good animes so I hope you watch them!

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