The main character - Ayumu Narumi - has deduction similary to L. Having nearly none of information, he can figure out an enemies' plans giving for example precisely percentage probability, culprit's feet size etc.
These two have extreme similarity in the cool characters, thought-out plot and the general serious mood. They both can make you really attached to the story and make you want to watch them over and over again, just beause of the overall atmosphere and sensibleness.
They both have a character which isn't someone with normal abilities. They are intelligent, using their own mind to solve problems. Maybe character from Spiral is even better because he hasn't got any "magical" thing to help him.
Both animes are mystery-solving, although Spiral is more realistic than Death Note (without Shinigami stuff). Everyone who enjoyed Death Note will sure enjoy this 25-episode puzzle solving anime! You gotta watch it ;)
the main male characters are the same cuz theyre both prodigies and geniuses and theres a seemingly annoying girl in both of them. the plot isnt really that similar but i guarantee ur into that kind of genre u shud try both
They're both mystery, or in their case, homicidal solvers. If you love the thrill of finding out a way to bring Kudo back to his normal self in Detective Conan, then you'll definately like the thrill of finding out who the blade children are in Spiral.
Both Spiral and Detective Conan deal with the main character using reasoning skills to solve mysteries. There is also an 'evil group' in both animes. However, Detective Conan is still ongoing and Spiral is shorter by comparison.
lot's of mysteries, although Spiral is definitely darker one, and more dangerous for participants... Still, breathtaking mysteries, and danger, and also tricks, you can find it in both, though Tantei is by far more cheerful.
Solving mysteries with a partner has never been so damn fun. Both these series adds humor, integrity, and style to solving mysteries. Detection fiction is the central theme of both these anime(s) that also mixes in some themes of tragedy.
Both deal with mystery. Victorique and Ayumu are both exceptional at solving these mysteries, followed by the character that helps them obtain information (Kujo and Hiyono). Both have a family member who has disappeared, but gosick gives it less relevance. They both take place in a school, even when a lot of the mysteries don't take place there. Gosick takes place in a alternative version of europe in the beginning of the twentieth century (between the first world War and the start of the second). And while we don't have a clear image of when it takes place, we know for sure is in this century.
Both share the mystery aspect, but if you liked one there is no grantee you will like it. But give it a try both are worth it. read more
Both are about a kid who gets involved in a war surrounding people and mysteries that are involved with the disappearance of an older brother. Have a similar enigmatic ambiance filled with shifting perspectives and alliances, with a a clear right or wrong side.
The both series share the same kind of intenseness and both the main characters are cool and level-headed (plus quite good-looking!) males who will constantly get into lethally dangerous situations from which they survive only by thinking.
Both series deals with power of the brain to solve puzzles throughout the series.
The main protagonist in both series are highly intelligent and cunning of what they do. The main female protagonist with them acts as an aid for them in various situations throughout the series. It is also hinted that she has a slight crush on him.
Both series also takes place at a school life setting dealing with the various mysteries that are presented in each episode. There is comedy, drama, and some emotions as well.
Hooked up on mysteries and detectives? Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro and Spiral are defined by such! Protagonists and antagonists battle through their wits to defeat the other.Both Anime's also have their laughs to boast with comic-relief and kawaii characters.
The action part of both series centers around mind games and logical strategies with surviving/winning as a goal. Also the enemies are prone to changing sides, though their motives become clear eventually.
Both of these anime have a nice mystery element, although, spiral has a set mystery and Hyouka has various mysteries. Both of these anime are entertaining and make you think. The characters are also similar in many ways. Both of these anime are a 'must watch' in my opinion if you are interested in mystery anime.
Even though these two series are quite different in many ways, they both deal with a group of special/different children whose past and future look kinda gloomy and the present is full of mystery. Both anime raise a lot of questions at the beginning which will keep you watching till the end.
(The ending of Fantastic Children is much more satisfying though - in terms of answering the questions it raises.)
And they are both fun to watch.
The theme of mystery is something hard to ignore in both series in both of these detective fiction series. Comedy and drama are also present as well as some emotional moments. Both of these series are a must-see for anime fans into the mystery genre.
Both series involves mysteries with a mix in of thriller-like themes. Detective fiction is one of the central themes of both series as the MC and his partner try to solve various mysteries on a daily basis.
Solving mysteries like a pro. Both of these anime(s) are unique and rare little gems that some fans might miss out in the old school days and the current era. Regardless, these two anime(s) offers something special for those who are into mystery, a bit of thriller, and detective fiction.
-Theme of 'man-hunt' seeking revenge
- a manipulative 'antagonist'
- confusion on who really is the antagonist in which there is a clash between moral and logic
- Cool detective work
- characters varied from avoiding, accepting and fixing the past
- And, unfortunately, the ending is what really connects these two animes together...
The theme of detective fiction comes to play in both of these series. Also, the main protagonist is intelligent has an aid there to help them when in need (the main heroine). Additionally, there is a psychological thriller like feeling in some of the cases that gives the viewer the question of doubt. Drama and small hints of romance are also present.
Kaiji is constantly in situations of despair, but when it comes down to it he can create ridiculously amazing and effective strategies to break out from the seemingly impossible sitautions, similar to the latter parts of spiral where narumi is faced with problems with his life on the line.
They are both really similar in that the main character is intelligent and cool!!!XD & they both dont care about anything, nor do they have many friends in the beginning.
The ending is quite similar too! it ends up that both animes doesnt explain at all everything and makes you think there will be a second season.
Spiral: Using detective skills to solve things.
Spice and Wolf: Focuses on Cheating people out of money and Revenge (and you cant forget, getting Hora back to her homeland.)
They may contrast in background information, but they are both animes that you can relate to real life.
For example, Spiral: There are detectives solving crimes today. Spiral gives you the feel of a classic Shurlock Holmes movie.
For example, Spice and Wolf: Everyday, people are cheated out of money and everyone wants to get revenge on someone.
I believe that these animes both focus on the skills and emotions of human beings. And to me, u can't have skills without emotions. So that is why I think that if you enjoyed Spiral you might like Spice and Wolf. read more
In both main character has an older brother, who is involved in the mystery of the plot, whose whereabouts are unknown for some time and with whom the main character is sometimes compared. Also, in both the names of those older brothers sound alike.
Both anime are mysteries. For main character Takizawa, in Eden of the East, it is the "Selecao" and for main character Narumi, in Spiral ~ Lines of Reasoning, it is the "Blade Children". Takizawa and Narumi are alike, each with a "devil may care" persona. They also share a style of humor that is very sarcastic and dry. Both come off as cool, confident and nonchallant, and withhold pertinent details from companions while resolving mysteries that will, I assume, inevitably lead them to their goal.
Spiral and X does connect a little bit, since Ayumu Narumi and Kamui Shirou was created as a savior of people, not to mention their seiyuu is the same, Suzumura Kenichi. It is like that even Ayumu doesn't want to believe about his fate as well as Kamui, fate will still make a way for them to do what fate told them to do so. They also doesn't get the point of what is destiny and that the two heroes could only change the future with their own choices and Ayumu's sister-in-law, is look up to be like Kotori that believes that the future is not decided in which the two of them believes about... read more