Kill la Kill

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Synonyms: KLK, Dressed to Kill
Japanese: キルラキル
English: Kill la Kill
German: KILL la KILL
Spanish: KILL la KILL
French: KILL la KILL
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Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2013 to Mar 28, 2014
Premiered: Fall 2013
Broadcast: Fridays at 02:05 (JST)
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: Trigger
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, ComedyComedy, EcchiEcchi
Themes: SchoolSchool, Super PowerSuper Power
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 8.041 (scored by 883840883,840 users)
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Ranked: #5082
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Popularity: #50
Members: 1,587,228
Favorites: 35,762

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Both are outrageous series, with an over-the-top animation style and some ludicrous character designs. If you like one of them, you'd most likely enjoy the other. 
report Recommended by Master10K
The anime have very similar fast paced zaney action and over the top comedy. The art style and use of colours can also be thought to be similar. Definitely both are worth a watch.  
report Recommended by Malcavic
They kinda have the same feel. The sequences are really fast. Both deal with "wrong" topics (such as dictatorship, death, fighting), but in a funny and careless way. The animation is great and singular. Both have a very particular, colourful, and enjoyable art. Lots of gags during each scene. Both have fanservice and sexy gags. Both are quite messed up, though Kill La Kill seems to have a plot to begin with. Overall strange but somewhat epic. If you enjoyed P&S, you'll love Kill La Kill. 
report Recommended by SanzuNoKawa
The series that Kill la Kill truly reminded me of on the most consistent basis was definitely Utena. I saw so many elements of the first season of Utena in this series that it became a bit ridiculous - RIDICULOUSLY AWESOME that is! If you like the fighting aspect of Kill la Kill, than you are certain to enjoy Utena's duels. BONUS for you Touga fans - there is definitely a boy for you in this fantasy! ^_^ 
report Recommended by starshinesMonet
Kill la Kill and Space Patrol Luluco are very high action and animated by studio Trigger. A main character of Kill La Kill (Mako) is high energy, carefree, and simple and the main character in Space Patrol Luluco is also carefree and strives to be as simple as possible. Each story takes place in a sci-fi school setting and pulls the viewer in with it's unique art-style and diverse setting. If you enjoyed the high energy, simple comedy, and sci-fi twist in either show I'd recommend trying the other. 
report Recommended by Nikoru-san
High level action, many powers, epic battles and several plot twist. Akame ga Kill's "imperial arms" are like Kill la Kill's "uniforms". 
report Recommended by Disillusion
Both have over the top fighting scenes, post apocalyptic universe, fanservice and hilarious characters. The 'villans' are a group of four with a leader. Kill la Kill has Imayoshi's special touch in animation where as Needless certainly influenced by Gainax but not as crazy as Kill la Kill 
report Recommended by DarkRoseOtaku
Both shows are filled with relentless action and a lot of comedy moments. The fights are over the top and flashy as possible. Also fights defies any logic or physics laws. The common part of both show is a cast of colorful and meaningful characters. The biggest difference, however, is the amount of fanservice. KLK is full of it, while OPM has it really low. 
report Recommended by tearofmankind
Both are animated from studio Trigger and are being directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi. Over-the-top action anime that are being composed by Hiroyuki Sawano. If you enjoyed Kill La Kill, you should give Promare a chance 
report Recommended by Pan0s
Same director , similar crazy style, full of dirty jokes and action-packed, in both main characters are fighting against some kind of opression - in DL it's the prison daily life, in KLK it's totalitarian school 
report Recommended by helensan
Both shows have similar over-the-top comedy, weird super powers, transformations, some sort of secret organizations and hidden relations between people. Kill la Kill had ecchi elements despite not being of the genre, but Punch Line is officially ecchi. 
report Recommended by aifukola
Both are Studio Trigger original mystery/action series with absurd comedy and a teenage-female lead. 
report Recommended by Will_Bradley
So, there's this large-chested girl whose father got mysteriously killed by some mysterious people, which sets her off on a roaring rampage of revenge. Cleavage and retro, seizurey fight scenes ensue. If you like ridiculous, over-the-top, fanservicey (and fandisservicey) shenanigans, then this is what you've been waiting for your whole life. 
report Recommended by Keirik
Kill La Kill is overwhelmingly close to Project A-Ko, both acting as parodies of 80's anime and culture. With similar tone and characters, there is no doubt one influenced the other. The plot is often random and/or ridiculous, with no structure and constant action. There is plenty of fanservice and cheesy references. 
report Recommended by BiggBoss
GAR girls, fanservice, and over-the-top action describe both series perfectly.  
report Recommended by ZettaiRyouiki
Both are Ecchi animes that have really good action where fanservice is used as a superpower, both are also really funny animes and are just a blast to watch.  
report Recommended by Jayage
Both by TRIGGER, storyboarded by Hiroyuki Imaishi and animated by You Yamashiro. Has striking similarities in animation, editing, as well as general art direction and both shares TRIGGER's wit, quick cuts, and clever humor. Both involves an underdog story with a female lead centered in an academy specialized in the peculiar (school uniform ability enforcement and witchcraft/wizardry) in which the main villain/conflict becomes apparent starting the latter half of the season. 
report Recommended by DimDito
A girl who has to fight against many strong and weird enemies at school, school which is controlled by harsh and stern headmasters. The protagonist became friends with a weak classmate, but she will get also alliance with strong characters, in order to beat the evil powerful mastermind. All of this with a rough drawing style, speedy action, and rapid pace. 
report Recommended by Disillusion
-Both series have powerful academies, students and teachers with Crazy Abilities -Both series have Badass villains -Fan service here in both series but mainly kill la kill pushes that boundary much further -Characters Having Tons of Mad Random moments -Ryuuko and Senketsu = Maka and Soul -Characters wield Deadly Weapons -Soul Resonance and Goku Star Uniforms are kinda similar power ups too -Both Obviously have over the top action  
report Recommended by Soul_Punisher
Emotional! Intense! Amazing characters with an intense will to become something greater! Incredible way of manaigng the story and charismatic characters with a fully comical and very reliable sensis. Incredible but similar art styles, which flow amazingly with simple but very eye-candy animations.  
report Recommended by Jugueraan
Great shows chocked full of in-your-face sexual euphemisms and great action sequences. Both deal with self-expression and the desire to break free of societal bonds regarding sexuality. For your high-octane action needs, you have Kill La Kill. For a more somber, bittersweet series you have Darling in the FranXX. 
report Recommended by icrawler
The most obvious similarity comes from the fact that both shows put their own twist on the "mahou shoujo" genre. But while Madoka Magica explores this theme in a serious tone, Kill la Kill jumps around the comedy and parody territory, with some drama gems in between. Both have very unique art styles. The true main villans in both anime share a very similar goal and origin. Both have really intricate stories with lots of plot twists. The main diference is the pacing and overall atmosphere, Kill la Kill being more slap-stick comedy and ecchi, Madoka having a more well-paced story. Both were great shows to watch. 
report Recommended by yaysoro
Having the much alike backdrop of a divided Japan with different factions vying for more territory, it's quite easy to compare "Kill la Kill" to "Rolling☆Girls". To expand more on the setting, within both of their hierarchal societies, there exists leading combatants who don on costumes as well as standard uniforms for their subordinates. Additionally, the over-the-top nature in the action scenes of these two shows make them stand out from many other series. The lively colour palettes of both these shows also add to their seemingly randomness. "Rolling☆Girls", though produced by Studio Wit, is very reminiscent of a Studio Trigger production, as its  read more 
report Recommended by StevenHu
-Badass female leads -Special weapon -A mystery surrounding certain characters -Artwork/animation that stands out -Both are in a city that is important to the plot  
report Recommended by VioLink
They both have: -2 great main characters with wacky personalities - A really fun animation style - A mix of being confused and baffled through most episodes - A pretty cool plot that doesn't make actual sense but is still pretty awesome - Awesome fight scenes with similar animation These two anime have a really similar feel and are both really fun to watch. If you like one I am sure the other you will enjoy a lot! 
report Recommended by hellmet
As different as they are visually and narratively, it's astonishing how many things these two series have in common. Both shows dress up a heavy story full of existential themes in extremely quirky and occasionally perverted comedy trappings, both have a penchant for rock music and flashy transformation sequences, and both are really well made and creative in general, knitting a lot of emotional ups and downs together into an impressive and convincing whole. If you love one, you're gonna love the other. 
report Recommended by case649
Deadly "suits" that possess their users, similar pro/antagonists, and lots of flesh (and blood).  
report Recommended by xMatronxMalicex
OP female MC enters a new school and challenges the students, one by one, making her way up the student council; Kakegurui's conflicts are based on gambling and mind games, whereas Kill la Kill's conflicts are based on fighting and determination, and also outwitting the opponent. 
report Recommended by Chill_X
Main characters in both animes are tomboyish schoolgirls fighting with evil and injustice in schools they attend to. While their goals and motivations differ, these two characters also have in common one more thing, which is the usage of original weapons during many action scenes present in both shows (yo-yo in Sukeban Deka and clothes in Kill la Kill). In both animes the main character is a tomboyish schoolgirl fighting with evil and injustice in the school she attends to. While Saki and Ryouko  
report Recommended by Adnash
School setting with a very strong hierarchy and frequent battles? Plenty of fanservice and action? Characters screaming at the top of their lungs most of the time? You've got them all in these two anime. 
report Recommended by simakai
Very Exciting anime with a lot of action, comedy, and craziness A few episodes of Kill la Kill have a SOL feel to them Like Part 4 of JoJo and have Villain of the week formula although seen less often in Kill La Kill. Both have Exciting and fulfilling endings.  
report Recommended by TwistedVivid
Both involve characters who spend their time fighting bad guys by using blade-like weapons. Both also include very absurd and raunchy humor, and really fun and great animation.  
report Recommended by Izac_Kak
A mixtures of calculative unique genre and plots would bring wonders to those who appreciate them which is what these series have accomplished. Some of the common similarities would be the use of blood to one's advantage, bizarre fonts in battle, and exceptional vibrant colours throughout the series. However, the most important aspect is the commendable 'idea' implemented in these series that have made them a success. 'Kill la Kill' has its story in motion way long before anyone noticed and blends in a variety of unique twist to keep you on the edge on your sits. Armed with crazy story settings in a slightly older  read more 
report Recommended by ShanaFlame
- Over the top music - Over the top designs - Over the top art - Over the top actions - Over the top reactions - Over the top movement - High School setting Stylistically they're very similar, but they have very different plots and characters.  
report Recommended by Lemon
While the stories are considerably different, I believe that if you enjoyed one, you will definitely enjoy the other. Both shows are concentrated fast-paced fun with a knack for over-the-top craziness. Another common element which immediately made me think of the other anime is creatively used ecchi. The shows use eye candy in a way that is usually appealing or at least excusable even to people who usually avoid it like a plague. Lastly, there's a similarity in the setting (school) and the rough plot outline (rising through the ranks to fight the main antagonist, an arrogant young girl).  
report Recommended by Ishikatsu
Both have a crazy gainax inspired flare that is shown off in the extravagant fights and flashy characters  
report Recommended by reluctantbeeswax
There are a few superficial similarity that can be drawn with both shows. One being that they both have a female antagonist being the top of a their respected school or academies. And also that their mothers have even more control then the daughters. In kill la kill, it could be argued that show's antithesis are fighting about clothes and fashion, while Shimoneta, they are fighting for the suppression of anything sexual or promiscuous. Also both shows are incredibly ecchi and lewd. They differ from being a fighting show and the latter strictly being a comedy.  
report Recommended by reluctantbeeswax
Both are action series and have main leads who are fighting for JUSTICE while wearing super-uniforms. Both shows are aware of the cliches of their genres and mixed it through their episodes, creating random and chaotic conflicts in their story. Both stories are quite a trainwreck and have twists that might make you feeling "WTH" through the shows. 
report Recommended by toumei_
Very similar tone, with a young driven female lead, with lots of comedy, action and a very similar animation style. Kill La Kill is a little more over the top than Deca-Dence but they are very similar and Deca-Dence definitely brings to mind a Studio Trigger animation. 
report Recommended by Sara_Isayama
Similairites: + Over-the-top action with gradually upgrading weapons + The main protagonists are similar (though the protagonist of Nobunagun is kind of like a combination of Ryuko and Mako from KLK) + Strong friendship aspect Differences: - The settings are very different (KLK is an intense school setting, and Nobunagun involves an organization fighting on a global scale) - KLK has much more fanservice, but also better characters 
report Recommended by Asfaria
Both are action titles with main girl protagonist, who is kinda scantily dressed. This girl fight with second girl and have supernatural powers and guns, of course. In both we can see relationships like friendship between main girls. Those titles are both good and at the same level for me. 
report Recommended by TenshiNoYume
Monster-of-the-week show portraying a mysterious transfer student entering a facility controlled by a group of shady individuals with ulterior motives. Magical transformations, fabulousness, possibly more. 
report Recommended by mwp
Made by the same studio as each other they both have a unique art style that is very gripping. They both also deal with wacky scenarios and plots that for some reason work to make a good show.  
report Recommended by symbiotic
Both series have brutal non-stop over-the-top fighting, are more like classic shonen than modern shonen, have a similar main protagonist (Ryuko Matoi and Jotaro Kujo) and main antagonist (Ragyo Kiryuin and Dio Brando), and have similar powers (Kill La Kill has Goku Uniforms and Kamuis and JoJo has Stands). 
report Recommended by Domayv
Both have a lot of fan service. Both have a girl who is out for revenge against an authority figure. Both try to overdose on comedy. Lots of perverted, and cheesy jokes. The action scenes are pretty good, but sometimes either overdoes is or under does the action. 
report Recommended by Allice84
Kind of similar with the story between shadow and ryuko in terms of how they were created and such. Also this is shadows favourite anime! how could I not put a recommendation!  
report Recommended by Lord_Adz
Both anime have a huge building/structure Both anime have blue hair string female in charge of the place Both anime have 4 loyal people under the female Both anime have main Character with black and red hair with huge blades Both anime have cute and funny blonde best friend Both anime have 3 people helping the main characters Both anime have blonde annoying strong untouchable character Both anime have some kind of tournament in first half Both anime have unkillable characters Both anime have a lot of Interesting and colorful characters with their own background story (some of them you will need to watch the second season) Both anime have Human experiments Both anime  read more 
report Recommended by avivliba
Both involve people crazy enough to execute a plan for earth destruction.  
report Recommended by Niveen_Sleem
Both series include scantily clothed women, a girl with long black hair who berates the main heroine, a dysfunctional family, a helper character that you wouldn't expect to talk, transformation sequences, a female antagonist that wants to destroy the world, and a main character with odd hair.  
report Recommended by Serrenna
A new student goes to a new school and has to fight everyone in their own sport. 
report Recommended by ladyxzeus
Both are focused around high school and have a focus on comedy and lewd elements. Kill la Kill is more action based, while Prison School focuses more on characters. 
report Recommended by Plazmatic
Both have tons of over-exaggerated super-powered hot-headed battles between red and blue in a civil war about young warriors trying to take over the world, plus, the main villains are considered to be God-like and they're both related to Honnoji Also, the music of both shows are made by the same person 
report Recommended by justice0
The both have the same feeling at the beginning because of the fast pace. Also, there similarities like the supernatural powers, the desire to avenge dead parents or the likewise. They also both have beautiful animated fight scenes and can be enjoyed until the last drop. 
report Recommended by 161
The series have similar artstyles (although Akiba's Trip is lower quality but still fine), both involve fights in which clothes play an important role, both deal with nudity although in unusual way despite being tagged as ecchi (due to the unusual artstyle), even the main antagonists have some things in common. Both shows are really enjoyable so if you liked one you might like the other. 
report Recommended by Lyree
Two series essentially about explosions and all of the awesome ways they can happen. 
report Recommended by BoyHime732
Both of these shows embody a trend prevalent (but not universal) in recent releases, highlighting a gulf between sexualisation and objectification. Despite being portrayed with sexual motifs, both female leads in these shows (Ryuuko in Kill la Kill, Kate in Sekai Seifuku) are wilful, determined characters who are never reduced to helpless plot devices. They can hold their own in a fight and are emotionally vulnerable without being subjected to typical feminine stereotypes (such as a hopeless infatuation with the male lead or an inability to cope with stressful situations). From a genre perspective, Kill la Kill is action-heavy and intense, being permeated with huge battles  read more 
report Recommended by smileyboyrocks
Young delinquentish main character fight against fashion models and uses same powers as his enemies. Some dudes don't like it so he fight them and blah-blah-blah-blah-blah... 
report Recommended by NoBleachNoLife
Amazing characters trying to live your normal student life suddenly everything is crazy and at the end of the world is an imminent threat . 
report Recommended by FilipeJourney
The main characters of those 2 respective series wanted to get revenge on the character that killed their parents. They are violent and gory with awesome fight scenes! If you liked the awesome action and fight scenes of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, then you'll like Kill la Kill! 
report Recommended by RutileClipzz29
Both shows are reconstruction on deconstructed previous series. They also take place in a city and both the rival characters have daddy issues to deal with. 
report Recommended by WingZeroRequiem
Both are shows where the fanservice is part of the plot. 
report Recommended by Cozye
Both shows are reconstruction on the previous series deconstructed. I can't help but draw parallels between Yusei and Jack with Ryoko and Satsuki. 
report Recommended by WingZeroRequiem
Both are pretty fast have tons of great action and neither are very serious 
report Recommended by Meku666
Both anime have extremely over-the-top humor, as well as a perverse resistance fighting against militant Japanese overlords. 
report Recommended by dantheman007a
A human and an alien need to learn how to share a body. The main character uses their alien's power to protect earth from other aliens. Both shows have great art and animation. Both shows have some transformation sequences that show a lot of skin. The main character fights because of a tragedy that happened in their past. The main character's father is dead in both series. The main character works for an organization who's goal is to protect Earth from harmful aliens.  
report Recommended by 64BitRatchet
Both are laced with exaggerated animation and happenings. While Kill la Kill has a minimally more elaborate story, Birth is already much simpler and seems to be an anime that just wants you to enjoy its 01:20:00 animation of extreme quality. 
report Recommended by ProxyLain
Both are parodying shounen genre, both have distinctive art style and expressive main character, both are fun to watch  
report Recommended by Tel3
-Both are epic animes with unbelievable fighting scenes -The relationship between Sasuke and Naruto is similar between Ryuuko and Satsuki -Both histories are great, Naruto´s is still not ended, kill la kill is nicely ended. -Kill la Kill is more outrageous and it´s music is better, Naruto is longer (so much more longer) -Friends are the key of the tale in this animes 
report Recommended by TheVictor9634
It's clear that the pair don't take themselves too seriously with how they execute their premise. From Kill la Kill's wacky animation to "clothes do evil thing", and GP's wacky scandals that sometimes feel a bit over the top. Both anime do know a thing or two about an unbelievable atmosphere, but it is what makes it all the better to watch, considering they make no effort in shifting the tone of such. Both are good anime with great visuals to call their own, as well as having good OST accompanying what is at the end of the day, a fun story. 
report Recommended by NextUniverse
An unconventional way of world dominating plans. 
report Recommended by Niveen_Sleem
The exact same; extremely fast paced of same type of comedy, school is ruled by powerful student councils, the protagonist is a strong transfer student who fight against other students. "Old man" teacher with boring classes, some perverted humor, alot of nudity. Finally, Lin is just slightly less energetic version of Mako. 
report Recommended by Deago
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
Aliens come to Earth to feed on humans. The main character in both series is a nobody, and slowly becomes overpowered and gains friends at their new school. There are characters who are part alien and part human. When the aliens eat humans, they are basically parasites. Humanity has not encountered these aliens for a really long time, and they have to fight them or they become their food. Both series have unique art and animation. The small group of humans who fight are a mixture of teenagers and adults. There is a fair amount of fanservice in both shows. 
report Recommended by 64BitRatchet
-magical girls -a lot of badass action! -similar art style -dark concept, but still fastpaced and funny 
report Recommended by The39Clues
Both shows are reconstruction on the genre that was deconstructed from their similar counterpart: Rahxephon from Evangelion-Mecha Kill La Kill from Magoka-Magical Girls 
report Recommended by WingZeroRequiem
Both series feature: -Incredibly expressive art/animation which can be serious one moment and surreal the next -A large cast of memorable characters with their own unique worldviews, flaws, and goals -An intriguing, multifaceted plot that keeps you on your toes 
report Recommended by Vandalmal
Abenobashi is perhaps the first time the true madman energy of Hiroyuki Imaishi that you see in Kill La Kill was let off the hook. Check out episodes 3 and 12, which he directed in particular. You'll see a lot of Gainax's other work in here too. 
report Recommended by TheBellman
Teenagers who have lost a parent strap on super armor and go on a quest for revenge all the while trying to control the rage that butns inside them (one of them literally burns). All the while pursued by the powers that be in their city. If you like one you'll probably like the other. 
report Recommended by HunterRose
Enthusiasm. Kill la Kill and Assault Lily don't have a lot in common. Though their action rings some resonance with one another, mainly because of the background behind the studios who worked on this. I guess there is the presence of ridiculous weapons being used in both, relative to size and functions. Hints of girl's love too. Both are good action anime. You can tell the studios had fun animating these as well. 
report Recommended by NextUniverse
Both involve high school students gaining absurd powers. Both have tons of blood and violence. Both get more serious towards the end. Both have a lot of unnecessary fanservice which thankfully doesn't get in the way of the plot at all. Both have great OSTs. A lot of similarities here. If you liked one you will for sure like the other. 
report Recommended by mushroomcloud
Like crazy, chaotic, stylized, action-packed anime filled to the brim with interesting ideas? Good chance you'll like these two. 
report Recommended by DipDaSlip
Both have large amounts of fanservice and a similar tone and main cast, and have major plot twists 
report Recommended by Fadedboar
Both series are action-themed but are mostly recognised for the immense amount of fanservice. We have girls transforming and battling each other, but you mostly watch this for the "plot". At least I suspect most people do. Another similairity is that in both series the protagonist is very embarressed by their transformation at the beginning, but learns to deal with it later. Between the two of them Kill la Kill stays true to the action genre and just puts the fanservice in there at the same time, while Kämpfer turns into a harem halfway through. 
report Recommended by wossname101
Both are fast paced high energy shows that focuses on a young adult cast and also shares its unpredictable twists and turns along the way. As well as sharing a striking artstyle. 
report Recommended by Crow_Black
You can expect lots of action-packed fights in almost every episode, a badass female MC, and some comic relief in both shows. Slayers and Kill la Kill are both fast-paced and fun from the very beginning and they don't let up. 
report Recommended by MorningStorm64
Lyrical Nanoha is an atypical magical girl anime and Kill la Kill has a few elements of magical girls, most notably the transformation sequences. Both have entertaining action-packed battles rife with cheesy dialogue. Both have the protagonist fighting against a rival with similar abilities and of similar strength who appears to be aiding her evil, insane mother's schemes. In both shows, the rival eventually befriends and aids the protagonist in fighting said evil mother. 
report Recommended by MorningStorm64
At first these series seem nothing alike. One's a 25 minutes per episode action show, while the other is a 3 minutes per episode high school comedy. However, I often make comparisons between these in my head because of the three things they have in common: Their over-the-top nature, their lightning quick pacing, and their low budget. These are the defining elements of Kill la Kill, but Teekyuu has them all tenfold. Teekyuu's comedy relies on absurd, unrealistic situations, its 10-jokes-a-second pacing will put your sub reading ability to the test, and its even lower budget shows in its animation, which it uses to its  read more 
report Recommended by HetakuSoda
Both are very comedic series that involve perverted humor, though Kill la Kill has more of it. They also involve very OP main characters - Sakata Gintoki from Gintama and Ryuko Matoi from Kill la Kill. They don't sound very similar but they actually do have some similarities - especially if you like perverted comedy! :) 
report Recommended by donut_jelly
Seirei no Moribito and Kill la Kill share strong female characters. Balsa and Ryuuko advance personally throughout each series. Both share excellent fights and center around feminine power. Each series uses different methods to deliver their content but they share many core similarities.  
report Recommended by choisauce
Well guess really similar from characters personality, and art/ animation. 
report Recommended by Ahrum
Similarities: -Both main characters want revenge for their dead family -Both MC’s use a sword -Both MC’s are lonely at the beginning, but eventually make friends and are accepted into a new family -Both MC’s struggle to express their feelings, but can be surprisingly cute when they do open up -Both MC’s have similar hairstyles/ hair color -Super shounen themes about the value of friends and family -Human and sentient object fighting as partners -A super powerful family in charge -The idea of humans fighting their fate as the slaves to a stronger species -Lots of blood spilling in fights -Offering of blood to something that gives them power -One person who isn't as evil as  read more 
report Recommended by IchiNiNo3Shine
Despite vast differences in plot and genre, these anime feature many loveable, memorable characters, one of which is a tomboyish female protagonist. However, Haruhi is more straightforward and down-to-earth whereas Ryuko is more feisty and tough. For their respective elements, they effectively exaggerate anime tropes and stereotypes for self-aware, satirical humour. ‘Ouran Host High School Club’ makes fun of different romance and harem tropes while ‘Kill la Kill’ exaggerates equal opportunity fanservice for comedic and dramatic effects. 
report Recommended by RubyRouge
There was a lot of similar aspects between the movie Project A-ko and Kill La Kill already, however with A-ko's sequel there's another point to raise alike, it's that the villain in both ends up being the progenitor of the rich girl (B-ko and Satsuki), which is funny, since it's also the case that in Kill La Kill Satsuki stared as the antagonist to later join sides in order to defeat her mother. 
report Recommended by Fabrizio00
In Taboo Tattoo, people are connected through the tattoos. In Kill la Kill, people are connected through clothing made with life fibers. Both offer forms of enhanced power and allow the users to use special weapons and or powers such as making a void. They are both packed with exciting action and have their ups and downs in the story. Overall, both of them are great animes and I would highly recommend them. 
report Recommended by KitsunehimeMilhi
Both show violence, blood and fights in a similar way Fighting, swords, magic Very expressive facial expressions Similar comedy Absurdly strong powers Similar animation style Similar vibe  
report Recommended by Biarogs
Both are super power anime set in a school that deal with fighting against authoritarian rule. But their genres are very different as Kill la Kill is a Seinen and an Ecchi with a lot of fanservice while IE Go is a sports anime that has zero fanservice as it´s aimed at a younger audience, even compared to other shonen anime 
report Recommended by Akwithno47
Both these shows offer a unique take on societal dilemmas. Their societies are extremely different from our own, as they're from each other. Short, fast-paced. Colorful art. Badass characters. I normally watch sub, but these two have exceptional dubs, too. 
report Recommended by Rozez_
This may be a bit of a stretch, but ‘Tiger & Bunny’ and ‘Kill la Kill’ portray core themes surrounding cooperation through polarizing friendships (i.e. Kotetsu and Barnaby, Ryuko with Mako and Senketsu), and previous rivals becoming allies following the need to fight against a greater evil. Barnaby and Ryuko are both characters initially driven by vengeance towards the loss of their family. The exposed outfits of the female characters, like Blue Rose, Ryuko, and Satsuki, are commented on for humour while being simultaneously deconstructed when discussing ideas of fanservice, female strength, and nudity. 
report Recommended by RubyRouge
Abashiri Ikka is old anime, while Kill la Kill animation sometimes looks like old style animation. Both have some action, fanservice and blood, the main heroines looks and sometimes acts simmilar. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
If you liked episode of SW Visions: The Twins, you'll probably also enjoy Kill la Kill by the same studio. Both have crazy fights between siblings and the same over the top style. 
report Recommended by bmw830
Although Mikagura Gakuen Kumikyoku is much more lighthearted, both shows feature privileged students using special powers in their unique clubs. 
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There are distinctively settings relating to Basquash and Kill la Kill's worlds. There's an advanced city where the rich and famous people resides in. Then, there's a town of poverty where our main characters are known to cause trouble. However, they get themselves caught into an event that changes their lives forever. Both series classifies themselves as action packed anime with a lot of intensity, integrity, and dominance. The main characters goes up against the best of the best to prove themselves worthy of their names. Various themes are explored in both series as the main characters embraces their identity. 
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They share a similar mood in the first episode. If you enjoy the mood with one show, you're bound to enjoy the similar mood in another. Shows with similar moods tend to contain the same content. So, if you like one show, it's bound to have like content to that of another with a similar mood. The mood is very pleasant, like something that's very over-the-top. This is my persuasive essay.  
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If you liked the animation style and liveliness of Kill la Kill, you will probably like Kanojo wa Zombie, too. The action in this music video totally reminded me of that. 
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The hilarious antics and OTT battles that characterise Ansatsu Kyoushitsu and Kill la Kill do nothing to undermine surprisingly strong and insightful character focuses and compelling conflicts that can get seriously intense. Imaginative and strange without being overly silly, both shows are perfect for people who love creative visuals, fun scenarios and nuanced protagonists. 
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Both have a school setting, suits that gives the wearer power, and similar antagonists. The only real difference between Kill la Kill and Kakugo no Susume is the violence. Kakugo no Susume has tons of blood/gore all over the place and is definitely not for the feint of heart. 
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Wackyness in their own right. both have that 
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from one of the granddadies of girl transformations, sailormoon to cardcaptor sakura and many many more to the newskool inspired kill la kill, well thats part of anime alright. 
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They share that over-the-top style/feel. Both have badass women as the protagonists. The action scenes for both are ridiculous, but at the same time, are awesome.  
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Both anime series are sort of episodic - the main story is thrown in the back as each new episode unfolds is packed with infinite randomness. The action-packed, slapstick fighting scenes are prevalent in both. Matoi (Kill la Kill) and Mugen (Samurai Champloo) are both hot-headed and impulsive. 
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Althought Kill la Kill and Nichijou don't have anything in common in terms of the plot or genre, the fast paced and over the top humor is present in both of them. Kill la Kill focuses more on the action while Nichijou is a full-blown comedy, but if you appreciate exaggerated things for the sake of hilarity, you'll enjoy both of the series. 
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Cutie Honey was heavily influential for Kill la Kill and are pretty similar with each other. Both focus on a female protagonist (Ryuko and Cutey Honey) that finds out that their father has been killed by a mysterious person and must find the one who is responsible for killing their father. Both uses a transformation power created by their father to fight against evil. Both titles also have a similar supporting cast and uses a help from a mysterious man with a connection to the protagonist and her father to use their powers. They also contain a lot of action, fan service and comedy. While  read more 
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Both titles have female leads that can become stronger by able to transform with clothes/suits. While Moldiver has less fanservice compare to Kill la Kill, both shows do have a good main female hero with action, comedy and epic fights. If you enjoyed one, you will probably enjoy the other. 
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Both are over-the-top school battle series with plenty of nudity and humor. 
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Black Fox and Kill la Kill have a similar premise. A girl seek justice against the murderer who kills her dad. Both series are set in a futuristic society where advanced technologies is widespread and can even grant or enhance super powers. Black Fox includes investigation whereas Kill la Kill is straight confrontation until the truth is revealed to the main character. Kill la Kill is arguably more entertaining. 
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Amusing action with overpowered characters. High level fights with many interesting powers. The characters enhance their skills and abilities, getting ever more powered. The protagonist learns important revelations of his/her past and his/her origins. 
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Protagonist is an angry avenger, the aim is to beat who killed the own father. The protagonist mainly uses a melee weapon against many enemies. Really epic fights, in a show where almost all are against the protagonist, who have mainly just one weak friend. 
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Both have a city that is ran by a highschool girl and a group dedicated to keeping the status quo of the city. Both shows have bad-ass females. Both have a blue-haired, mysterious bishounen working behind the scenes. Both series I think have top notch animation and BGM. 
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Main character meets a different species and they form a special bond. They have to fight together against others similar to them. The relationship between Shinichi and Migi is similar to Ryuko and Senketsu. 
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Dokonjo Gaeru/Gutsy Frog was already one of Imaishi's biggest influences even before this show came announced (see the art in his Abenobashi episodes); however, those influences were more visual than anything else. Kill la Kill takes the inspiration to the next level by featuring a living, talking, moving piece of clothing that uses its sleeves as limbs and can overpower its wearer. 
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An avenger angry girl, with a sad past behind her shoulders, has to fights hard for the sake of the world. There are very strong villains, transformations, and many excellent twists, in a plot with ascending progression. 
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The story is hardly worthy to take serious, there is a lot of action 
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Both deal with a protagonist with a common goal of defeating a central authority figure of evil. Both protagonists have a trait that sets them apart from the rest of the human population. KLK and ANE both take place in a school setting with a powerful authority figure acting as the puppetmaster of the school. Authority figures are also related to the Big Bad. Protagonists are defiant and stubborn, and want to make their own path and find their own way. Both also possess large amounts of power that they use to bring them closer to their goal.  
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-Both anime are full of action, comedy, epic fights, and hilarious characters. -Both anime try to make a dramatic plot from something really absurd, and it turns out really good and interesting. -Both anime try to make parody from another anime by abusing in the use of drama into something nonsense 
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Interestingly enough, the comedy/shounen flicks, Beelzebub and Kill la Kill are quite similar in setup, execution, and of course enjoyment! Some similarities they share are: School theme—if you liked the school premise, where there is a main character "challenging/getting challenged" by other groups/gangs you will enjoy both, for both use the school as a catalyst to move the plot. The school is also like a gag, which is quite silly, as they do not represent how a normal school is at all. Over-the-top—Both go to extremes for enjoyment, both showing some degrees of nudity (which I won't list here) for the humor effect, which works  read more 
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Kill la Kill has a good amount of Saint Seiya influences that are pretty clear to those who've seen the latter. The saints in this series have three different ranks and each of them wear cloths(their armor) which gives them more power and protection. It's a very early battle shounen, coming out 3 years after Fist of the North Star and 2 years after Dragon Ball, but it's something worth checking out. 
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-similar art style -awesome fights -great characters -lots of funny moments -supernatural powers -both are really pleasant and enjoyable series  
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Both involve a high school setting. Both are fairly action packed. In both the student council president holds a high position of authority and influence in the lives of the students. 
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They Might seem completely different in terms of content, but both of their settings share a similarity, they both have what they think are blessings from the gods but are really just weapons sent by aliens on earth, and they fight these weapons by using the powers given to them by these weapons 
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The reasoning behind this I feel is very obvious but let me educate you on why if you like Kill La Kill then you will like Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? One reason of this being the most apparent to me is the ecchi factor, both of the anime's contain ecchi and ecchi...and more ecchi, but its not a bad thing. A second reason being the outfit factor. When I first started watching Kill La Kill I really liked the fact that the people themselves did not have the power , but instead the clothes they wear do. Also both of them are very powerful without  read more 
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They use very similar kinds of jokes and humour in general. The soundtrack also uses classic music in moments of despair a lot. The art is very simple sometimes in KLK, and so in Usavich. Crazy characters appear a lot in both (like Kirenenko and Mako). 
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Nanatsu no Taizai is a good anime. The actions are really well made and not biased. It also has a good storyline and background stories of the main characters. If you love Kill la Kill because of it's actions and background story. Then Nanatsu no Taizai is an anime for you! 
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KLK is made by some ex-gainax guys, so the animation and concept of over the top fights with saving the world as the final objetive is the same. Two main leads which grow closer and become best friends. MC are similar in various aspects which I cannot say or it would be a spoiler. You will get the same feeling from both so if you enjoyed one you will enjoy the other. 
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Both Kill La Kill and Arcade Gamer Fubuki focus on clothing that gives it's wearer super-human powers. Both also don't take themselves very seriously. Both shows have the main character trying to find out more about their father, and both of the main characters have a super supportive best-friend as well, which tend to come off as pretty similar characters. The major difference between the two shows is that Kill La Kill is focused on crazy physical fighting, while Arcade Gamer Fubuki is focused on crazy fighting in the form of video gaming. The latter also comes off as more generic in terms of it's presentation, while Kill  read more 
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Over the top fights, skin tight outfits (more guys than gals this time), and a narm charm factor that is off the charts? What's not to love? Seriously though, the overall feel and tones of both these series are very similar. In the beginning of both you have a fighter looking for a person/answers to their family's woes, be it their father's murderer, or in the case of G Gundam a brother who has become an enemy of the state. The protagonists of both series however come to find out that all is not as it seems and there are bigger  read more 
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"Kill la Kill" and "Install Pilot" are action-focused anime that surround a young and brash protagonist who sought out vengeance for his or her late father, who was killed by an unknown assailant. In these two works, there exists certain individuals who possess supernatural abilities as well as covert organizations with secretive plans. 
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Did you extremely entertaining action? Do you like hilarious moments? Do you like things that you can just shut your brain off and watch? Well, if you answered yes to those questions, you'll like Kill la Kill or Jojo. Both let you turn your brain off and let you watch some really awesome actions with a cast of pretty interesting and well developed characters. Jojo generally handles itself a lot more seriously than KLK, but that doesn't take away from either at all. 
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Gakuen Alice and Kill la Kill both have the star ranking system, where if you're a no star you end up with really poor living conditions, in both schools there's one person in charge and feared over everyone else, both schools also have the special ability thing where they look down upon people who don't have any cool ability's, in Kill la Kill its they're uniform and in Gakuen Alice its they're Alice's. Gakuen Alice is more for a younger audience and there isn't as much violence.  
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Has a similar start, since we find * A transfer student that is also rebel and strong * A school which is ruled by a group of students acting as correctors (The Great 4 on kill la kill) * The whole school and specially those correctors chasing the transfer student in hope of correcting him on fights * Outstanding fights fast paced fights Sorry for the low quality comparision but its mostly the similarities i found on it and it goes on in most of the story from what i read on manga 
report Recommended by mighty_phoenix
Both have a main character who is tying to defeat someone out of revenge. 
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Both are located in a school and involve conflicts between student delinquents who put themselves in unusual situations involving underwear. It has a somewhat scientific plot twist in both also.  
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I have no cinematic evidence to prove that Kill la Kill and Shingeki no Bahamut are similar shows. In fact, Kill la Kill is great because of it's over-the-top everything; showing skin, action, comedy, satire, anime tropes, memes and all. Shingeki no Bahamut is the polar opposite, with a structured fantasy plot with gods, angels, and demons similar to Diablo, but wrapped up in a bundle of comedy and perfect transitions from scene to scene, plot device to plot device. In fact, Kill la Kill and Bahamut have nothing to do with each other. However watching both of them made me laugh way too much,  read more 
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Both anime features superpowers that cannot be obtained by normal peoples. In Kill la Kill, their uniforns gave them superpowers and their powers is based on how much life fabrics their uniforms has. Im Mekakucity, they unconsciously gained theit powers when they are in worst sittuations and suvived. Both anime is a refference of each other 
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Both are comedies with similar iregular animation and randomness. While Mind game is more surreal, even dementia, Kill la Kill is more ecchi. 
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Revenge of a student fighting for her dad (or alternately fighting for his sister). Absolute Duo isn't very strong but the theme is similar. 
report Recommended by LoidNerdy101
Same director and studio, similar levels of insane, over the top, cartoony violence. Both feature stunning animation and banger OSTs. Kill la Kill is more light-hearted and goofy, Cyberpunk is edgier and more serious, but I enjoyed both greatly and feel many others would as well.  
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