Sirius the Jaeger

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English: Sirius the Jaeger
Synonyms: Tenrou
Japanese: 天狼〈シリウス〉 Sirius the Jaeger


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 12, 2018 to Sep 27, 2018
Premiered: Summer 2018
Broadcast: Thursdays at 23:00 (JST)
Licensors: Netflix
Studios: P.A. Works
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, HistoricalHistorical, SupernaturalSupernatural, VampireVampire
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 7.021 (scored by 7757477,574 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #36252
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #880
Members: 183,382
Favorites: 570


"Sibling" relationship in where they are initially split apart due to horrible circumstances and meet in a bittersweet reunion. In both, the villains are the hennous vampires that seek to take over the world. Wanna kill them all mentality from protagonist. You get a better soundtrack w/Owari No Seraph though 
report Recommended by Bluerose2095
Both series have a similar atmosphere and the MC of both anime are quite similar,they both have a dark past.And both aren't well quite normal human. 
report Recommended by Arjuna777
Same animation, same studio and similar atmosphere. both anime has back stories which happens in their village. both are supernatural and action. MC has dark past and both aren't well quite normal human.  
report Recommended by A_Z_INSANE
Both have somehow similar vibe. Both are adventurous. Story, art, action in both anime are splendid. 
report Recommended by michiko-chan
Both series deals with vampires. Vampires. Vampire hunters. Vampire hunter lead from royal-ish family. Set it earlier eras. The main characters are fight against the creatures that want to destroy humanity. They both have incredibly similar settings. Both series have very intense Actions scenes as well. Both series have a similar atmosphere and the MC of both anime are quite similar,they both have a dark past.And both aren't well quite normal human. Both heroes saw their family being killed by vampires. 
report Recommended by kiddie609
specially the character design of the vampires reminded me alot of how its done in blood+ if the action and mysterie and emotion also would be more poored onto sirius would be great but still waiting for it to happen . chara development isnt that great soo far  
report Recommended by Kannei
Both are Horror and Psychological Series. We have the Jaegers that act like the Investigators. We have the Vampires what act like the Ghouls. Both series have very intense Actions scenes as well. 
report Recommended by Yoiirama
— The main characters are fight against the creatures that want to destroy humanity. — Like Akira, Yuliy has strange powers that he uses during the fight with the creatures.  
report Recommended by Cold_Raw
Both have the same MC who came from Russia , both have the same action , Horror and supernatural, but one has ecchi as it;s extra genre 
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
Vampires. Vampire hunters. Vampire hunter lead from royal-ish family. Set it earlier eras.  
report Recommended by Boknoy_Buhisan
Both are vampire stories taking place in the early 1900s in an European- influenced Japan. Both have good visuals as well. 
report Recommended by Xesty17
Both of these anime featuring vampire. If you like action, I recommend you to watch Sirius. If you like horror, go watch Shiki 
report Recommended by Justamalayboy
Both of these have siblings who have a difficult relationship (and are not quite human, too). 
report Recommended by Irongretta
The animation in these two series is remarkably similar, especially during scenes that include fighting. They also have the same feel to them, while also having an exciting tone and mood. The series both include detective agencies that don't just do everyday detective work, as well as, main characters with complicated pasts. The protagonists of each series also exhibit complications with controlling their powers, and seem to see them as a hindrance. Though Bungou Stray Dogs has is more of a comedy then Tenrou: Sirius the Jaeger is, they both effortlessly show the struggles and hardships that the characters in the series face. 
report Recommended by llswagy1171
Very similar main characters and the concepts of their developments, and the respective finales of each show are very similar. Going in depth about that would be spoiling both shows so I won't 
report Recommended by Huntervicio
Both have a handsome blonde fabulous vampire voiced by Takehito Koyasu. Both have great action sequences and are enjoyable to watch. 
report Recommended by haurock
They both have incredibly similar settings. They are both very action packed. One of them leans towards the supernatural and the other one leans towards sci-fi. They both have small groups of characters that are part of a particular organisation. 
report Recommended by alpha_shadow
- simlar setting in the time before world war 2 - secret organisations - good action - serious tone - art syles go in the same direction  
report Recommended by MoshiMoshiiih
Both about secret orders and wicked beasties Both have a protag whose hair goes white and has supernatural powers Both are about searching for a magical artifact and feature an Ark 
report Recommended by kisarachan
Both are largely about fighting supernatural monsters. There's obviously more to it than that, but they should tell that story themselves. Similar vibes in both, dark settings with a bit of comedy to lighten the mood from time to time. They are both incredibly cheesy but that cheese is somehow what makes them enjoyable.  
report Recommended by Xaeveax
These two have very similar moods and settings, despite the differences in world lore and story. They are set in very Victorian/Gothic cities with a nearly steampunk feel to it (without the fancy gadgets though). They are full of edgy characters, drama, confrontations, and two sides that are both somewhat sympathetic from a viewer perspective. They cover some similar themes of morality and revenge. If you watched one and are craving that slightly goofy dark Victorian drama, the other might just scratch that itch. Just bear in mind that Sirius is largely about supernatural races, Moriarty is certainly not.  
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