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Alternative Titles

English: Kokkoku
Synonyms: Kokukoku, Moment by Moment
Japanese: 刻刻


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 8, 2018 to Mar 26, 2018
Premiered: Winter 2018
Broadcast: Mondays at 00:30 (JST)
Producers: Twin Engine
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Geno Studio
Source: Manga
Genres: PsychologicalPsychological, SupernaturalSupernatural, DramaDrama, MysteryMystery, SeinenSeinen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 7.061 (scored by 5109751,097 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #33912
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1010
Members: 135,064
Favorites: 248


Both are thrillers/mysteries featuring MCs who can manipulate time. 
report Recommended by me_here_me_there
Both are sfish dramas with hyper tension and fast storyboard 
report Recommended by ys19931006
From the more realism-lenient art style and chaotic opening, to the many questions posed by their concepts, both series (at least so far for Kokkoku) carry a very similar atmosphere. 
report Recommended by ButadonMeitantei
A must-see for all time-traveling enthusiasts. Steins;Gate explores the multitude of possibilities in the course of time as it unforlds (from a point in the past onwards) while Kokkoku is about entering a co-called stasis, a frozen frame, a single moment in time where some have the "power" to interact while the rest of the world around them is like an unmovable picture. S;G starts off really slowly but at some point BAM! it hits you strong and accelerates. Kokkoku is going fast (oh the irony!) from sec one. There's lots of violence in both cases, if you have a weak stomach better avoid them  read more 
report Recommended by drwatchon
same studio i only recommend it's OP, which is similar with kokkoku but with tons of recycled animation here and there. 
report Recommended by Thor-chan
Monsters and people with supernatural abilities both feature heavily in these series. 
report Recommended by TheMisled
The cast is a dysfunctional group/family. They are confronted with unconventional supernatural phenomenons. This leads to a mystery/psychological. The art style is similar, too. 
report Recommended by Dan-Te
- Very large and diverse cast - Winding story - Funky music - Superpowers and mystery - Lots of death and blood - Tense atmosphere The art in Occultic;Boob is nicer but the artists behind Kokkoku has a better understanding of female anatomy. Both shows also share similar short-comings but if you were able to enjoy one, give the other a try.  
report Recommended by Lemon
Where one of the main characters is an elderly man with superpowers. Also similar atmosphere, gory themes with lots of violence and action. Not many shows around with elderly people (60+ or at least looking 60+) as protagonists but that doesn't necessarily the ones that are around are any good... 
report Recommended by Lemon
If you like a bit of a mind bender like in Welcome to the NHK, Kokkoku can provide this! They are totally different genres, but they both left me with the same feeling in the end. 
report Recommended by uwukemisama
- Small town mystery feel - Jazzy music that doesn't quite fit but the contrast in turn makes it good - Superpowers with a history (backed by powerful pseudoscience) - Mysterious cult The cast of Ghost Hound is on average younger than Kokkoku but the chars in Kokkoku aren't exactly very well written adults so there's v little practical difference. 
report Recommended by Lemon
Ok, not a perfect recommendation, but listen up. The first two episodes of Gintama's fourth season use a similar premise to Kokkoku. In both, the main characters find themselves in a world frozen in time where they are able to roam freely while everyone else is motionless.  
report Recommended by Dewelleric
Both have a similar vibe and atmosphere. Great soundtracks, different perspectives from different characters, and the past is unravelled for each show as they go on. 
report Recommended by ButadonMeitantei
Being in the world of parasytes and being in the world statis draws similar feelings of isolation and dread. Art: The dark grungy atmosphere and presentation of the animation are almost the same. Sound: Both have amazing opening themes that are inspired of metal rock and electronic disco. 
report Recommended by jmscjrdn