Koutetsu Sangokushi

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: 鋼鉄三国志


Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 6, 2007 to Sep 28, 2007
Premiered: Spring 2007
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Nihon Ad Systems
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Picture Magic
Source: Unknown
Genres: AdventureAdventure, HistoricalHistorical, ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.321 (scored by 21332,133 users)
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Ranked: #66952
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Popularity: #5174
Members: 8,178
Favorites: 17


Both are historical, and somehow they seem have the same story  
report Recommended by Ai-Haibara
Warriors and conflicts, and of course bishonen. 
report Recommended by Sebastine
The relation ship between Chikane and Himeko reminds me alot of Koumei and Rikuson however kannazuki no miko is yuri (girl x girl) while Koutetsu Sangokushi is shounen ai (boy x boy)  
report Recommended by animeeluver
Sengoku Basara is based off of the Sengoku era of Japan while Koutetsu Sangokushi is based off of the Three Kingdom era of China. The main focus of both shows is that the country is at civil war and is looking for a new leader to unify it. They both take a twist on the (historical) characters of the show and adds over the top fantasia to them. Although Koutetsu Sangokushi has more drama than Sengoku Basara, it still has plenty of action scenes to satisfy. 
report Recommended by LtBiggs
Both are based off of the same characters, but have completely different stories. 
report Recommended by LtBiggs
Both animes focus on the relations between a sensei and a pupil. When the teacher chooses a path that will bring destruction to the world, the pupil has to make a difficult choice of stopping him by any means. 
report Recommended by Juxian
In Code Geass, the protagonist Lelouch is basically a lot like Koumei in Koutetsu Sangokushi. However the difference is in the characters and tactical analysis--Code Geass's is...deeper. In Koutetsu Sangokushi the characters are bound by the power of the Sovereign/Imperial Seal, wanting to keep it in their possession, but in Code Geass, the "power/supernatural" thing is the geass--a power that differs with each person. Of course I don't want to give anything away so therefore I won't say any more. But a recommendation is to watch the first code geass before the second or else you'll be confused in some parts. 
report Recommended by eternal_aria