Beatless

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Alternative Titles

English: Beatless
Japanese: BEATLESS

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 20
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 13, 2018 to Jun 30, 2018
Premiered: Winter 2018
Broadcast: Saturdays at 01:55 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Diomedéa
Source: Light novel
Genres: ActionAction, DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.201 (scored by 3323733,237 users)
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Ranked: #73072
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Popularity: #1080
Members: 133,983
Favorites: 423

Recommendations

Both Focusing on Romance Both Focusing on the Female Protagonist to be a Machine with a Human Like Souls Anime Takes Place in the Near Future 
report Recommended by IceshadeCometeer
-the male MC is just a normal boy who can't do anything (well at first idk what will happen next in beatless) -both of the MC meet a cute beautiful girl who has a greatpower -the female lead ended up living together with the male lead -beside the normal clothes, the girls have their own "uniform" i guess (inori has red pink colored and lacia is white) which make them looks similiar -the different is guilty crown has a very recommended opening/ending theme song and ost -another different is inori's power is sword while lacia's is some kind of bazooka 
report Recommended by D_Dimaz
automated girls accompany a protagonist that shares similar characteristics. Similar to the last half of Clockwork Planet (Unfortunately)...similar feel. 
report Recommended by itzLevii_
Student MC finds rare one of a kind humanoid android. Android has secrets that are uncovered as the story unfolds, & there are hints of emotional tension between man & machine. 
report Recommended by broodo
First of all they both have a similar plot in that both are centered around servival of the best. They both revolve around the characters reciving aid from an ally that is more powerful then themselves.(fate zero is reserected magical super spirit people while beatless is androids with hyber andvanced ai and abilities) they both have a very interesting cast that all have their own objectives and desires out of these events. finally they both have many different interesting and changing relations between each character (for fate both spirits and humans, for beatless both android and human) 
report Recommended by frostydeath
First of all they both have a similar plot in that both are centered around servival of the best. They both revolve around the characters reciving aid from an ally that is more powerful then themselves.(fate zero is reserected magical super spirit people while beatless is androids with hyber andvanced ai and abilities) they both have a very interesting cast that all have their own objectives and desires out of these events. finally they both have many different interesting and changing relations between each character (for fate both spirits and humans, for beatless both android and human) 
report Recommended by frostydeath
Both anime (and I'm referring to both franchises in there entirety) are cyberpunk themed shows about people who are androids, robots, bio-androids, ect. they are often persecuted and segregated by society for not being "human". Despite this oppression and inequality in their societies the female mc's in both anime are able to find reliable and caring human partners who accept and love them for the people they are. Together the two lovers in both anime fight back against the world in all it's injustice and bear their fangs at society in order to change them for the better. Thanks for reading, -Tooru25. 
report Recommended by Tooru25
Beatless Reminds me of Waiting in the Summer, because MC of Beatless is the same as MC in Waiting in the summer. One day, a boy was wandering around, doing his own business, when suddenly, a beautiful girl pops out of nowhere and changes his life forever. They both fall into the Sci-fi and Romance categories. One difference that sets them apart from one another is the main story line, where the heroine of Ano Natsu de Matteru is an alien, and in Beatless, as you guessed (or not), the heroine is an important person- no, robot that don't have souls what so ever. But, Arato still  read more 
report Recommended by OreWaZeroDesu
Super Powerful AI Robot girl meets boy and lives with him She cooks for him and protects him They fall for eachother They are attacked based on what she is/where she is from Dissimilarities .. - No Boobie scenes in Beatless - Boobie scenes in Mahoromatic!! 
report Recommended by insomniac3011
Both have the same characters whose life changes the moment they've got themselves involve with something that they never expected.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
First of all they both have a similar plot in that both are centered around servival of the best. They both revolve around the characters reciving aid from an ally that is more powerful then themselves.(fate zero is reserected magical super spirit people while beatless is androids with hyber andvanced ai and abilities) they both have a very interesting cast that all have their own objectives and desires out of these events. finally they both have many different interesting and changing relations between each character (for fate both spirits and humans, for beatless both android and human) 
report Recommended by frostydeath
If you're just looking for simple entertainment with some romance in it. 
report Recommended by Erforscht
same female robot with human boy type of deal then people start destroying said robots also both mcs are created from a master of robotics/magic in a way (does a super ai count?) but i my self do love both anime as the both of them just strike a nerve you know? 
report Recommended by fingin_plays
Quite similar, they're both about a weak MC who's empowered by some hot chick. There's probably going to be romance in Beatless as well. Both females seem robotic. 
report Recommended by scorpion905
Both animes have human-based, futuristic robots which society often downgrades with the rare exception of the main protagonist, of course. In both animes, the main protagonist tries to convince or is in fact, convinced himself that these robot-types deserve to be treated the same way as humans, regardless of the fact on whether or not they have a soul. 
report Recommended by Dena
Both are set in futuristic worlds and focus on government scandals, media manipulation, technology, how the public are influenced, etc. Both are from the same director, Seiji Mizushima, though Beatless is more of a romance story since Lacia and Arato share a bit of a different dynamic in comparison to Shinjuro and Inga. 
report Recommended by RogerSmith2004
Action takes place in not so distant future, where technology heavily advanced and androids are now commonplace. Main girl is an android, who meets a boy. Both are rather poor in quality. 
report Recommended by Piromysl
Owner and HiE relationship are similar to Master and doll relationship. Lacia series are similar to the Rozen maidens in their "quality" within their own universe. 
report Recommended by ZeRu0
Portraying technologically engaging and advanced words of a futuristic Japan in a diversely monitored society at the price of alienating true human interactions and limiting freedom of will. Solely relying on cyborgs/robots and a system of semi-automated AI network where philosophical questions of morality arise to the viewer. These are few but noteworthy points to mention. Nevertheless both series will have something unique yet familiar to offer for each and everyone who likes worldbuilding along these lines. 
report Recommended by HibiChika
Both have the same story plot where ordinary guy by some coincident encounters white haired girl with special abilities and their lives were never the same again, the only difference was in Killing bites the guy is treated like shit by the white hired girl, while in beatless there is master and servant relationship.  
report Recommended by Whoahoho
First of all they both have a similar plot in that both are centered around servival of the best. They both revolve around the characters reciving aid from an ally that is more powerful then themselves.(fate zero is reserected magical super spirit people while beatless is androids with hyber andvanced ai and abilities) they both have a very interesting cast that all have their own objectives and desires out of these events. finally they both have many different interesting and changing relations between each character (for fate both spirits and humans, for beatless both android and human) 
report Recommended by frostydeath