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Kyousou Giga

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Kyousougiga, Kyousogiga
Japanese: 京騒戯画


Type: ONA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 1, 2011
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Original
Duration: 25 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.981 (scored by 14,825 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #35592
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1777
Members: 33,372
Favorites: 66


Watching both you don't really know what's going on,
Both have extraordinary art style,
Both leave you wanting more after watching,
Both have some kind of supernatural setting 
report Recommended by helensan
Both titles have an extraordinarily similar experimental atmosphere. Adding to the experimental nature is a unique animation style, which is common between the two, but they still possess differences from each other. Both are almost completely nonsensical and wacky, with each scene of strangeness only leading to another. The characters are also similar. However, it is not in the sense that the characters resemble each other, but, rather, in the sense that the creators had similar visions when creating them.

If you’re looking for something a little different, and you enjoyed either of these titles, it’s likely that you’ll enjoy the other, as well. 
report Recommended by survivingphoenix
In both anime most of the story takes place in a virtual world. With a lot's of rainbow colors, so the artwork is almost the same. The only problem is that Kyousougiga is a littel short. 
report Recommended by ElemenT
Both have excellent animation and fight scenes
Both have super powered female characters who do the fighting
Both involve travel in-between worlds 
report Recommended by VioLink
Both shows have strange animation styles, cool fight scenes and every characters have powers unique to each other 
report Recommended by OhShin
Odd art, odd story, well made animation, and a sorta open ending. Either way, you can't look away from the screen. 
report Recommended by lanblade
The art style and the colors seem similar to me. Even though Kyousougiga seems like it was a test to see if people would want a series based off of it. I like both. 
report Recommended by faiflouritess
• Both can be random
• Both have pretty awesome fighting scenes
• Both do not make a whole lot of sense.
• Imo, Both are awesome! 
report Recommended by Nikoru-san
Over the top action scenes, a badass female lead with a ginormous weapon defying all logic and a quest to find someone. Both shows are hilarious and defy all logic in an entertaining way. Have fun. :) 
report Recommended by Fledermaus13
Both shows are all about non-stop action when a lot of stuff is going on and a little is explained. Also, though they look pretty different, the art is kinda grotesque in either of them. 
report Recommended by RustyNailz
Both series have bright colors to their animation, but there is some deeper meaning as to what everyone fights for in their case. Interesting as it would be, there are aliens just roaming places like it's nothing. 
report Recommended by GigaSPX
Both are really colorful
Kyousogiga has some ancient japan setup
Both have awesome fight and amazing animation
Characters are somehow alike (the princesses)

report Recommended by Kurini
Both are alternative versions of Alice in Wonderland. HNKNA centers in harem/romance while Kyousougiga is a crazy random journey centered in adventure/supernatural/comedy. In both, the main girl who is transported to another world is voiced by the same voice actress. We also have twins and the White rabbit in both.  
report Recommended by Orulyon
Both have supernatural events going on, both have only 1 episode, both leave you asking for more 
report Recommended by helensan
Redline will get your adrenaline pumping with its astronomical amount of craziness mixed with abstract art. This movie has more storyline and is easier to follow than Kyousougiga, but both are still amazing.

report Recommended by kibak
There are weird people in both shows and a similar use of vibrant and saturated colors. 
report Recommended by Kiiroi
Kyousougiga is really colorful and so is Paprika in dream world scenes.  
report Recommended by barring