Kyokou Suiri


In/Spectre

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Alternative Titles

English: In/Spectre
Japanese: 虚構推理

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 12, 2020 to Mar 29, 2020
Premiered: Winter 2020
Broadcast: Sundays at 01:30 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Brain's Base
Source: Manga
Genres: MysteryMystery, DemonsDemons, SupernaturalSupernatural, RomanceRomance, ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 6.951 (scored by 113010113,010 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #38132
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Popularity: #545
Members: 271,362
Favorites: 955

Recommendations

both are heavy dialogue driven story that involve the folklore of youkai's with fun character interactions, but Koykou suiri is a little less lewd. 
report Recommended by hazarddex
Girl and boy with supernatural powers meet then fall in love. The boy is kind of "dangerous". Even the characters look similar, lively short girl with short hair and tall melancholic boy. 
report Recommended by WinterEnlighten
The aura of the to shows are similar. Even if the stories are quite different, but they both have the same slow tempo with a lot of explaining at it's center. They're both mystery shows that keeps pulling you in even though the story telling is slow. The art of Kyokou Suiri is also quite similar to the classic Kyoto animation style of Hyouka.  
report Recommended by Aizo
I must say that both these series have a lot in common, not only from the general "detective" style case solving but a whole lot more from having characters to atmosphere, to even the pacing of episode and story details. Having an anime where a full episode can be filled by the main character just talking very technical without it getting boring is an amazing something in any form of media. And that's what I directly found that it had a great similarity for me to Gosick and the other way around. Both anime franchises are therefor really close and have a great similar setting! 
report Recommended by RafaelDeJongh
- Narrative crafting in Suiri is very similar to the negotiation scene in the first half of Zetsuen. - Kotoko/Rikka rivalry very similar to the Aika/Hakaze rivalry. 
report Recommended by RogerSmith2004
Compared to In/Spectre, has a bit less dialogue-based interactions. In bunny girl, it is a bit more with scientific concepts, whereas this is more on hypothetical instancess, deductions, and inferences. There is some good Rom-com with both shows too.  
report Recommended by RezokYTB
Both shows have an overpowered male lead and a childish looking female lead. Both shows are part of the supernatural and mystery genres. 
report Recommended by Lopika
both share the mystery genre and are kinda dark. you're gonna love them both. 
report Recommended by Puneet_kaur
The relationship between the female and male leads are similar. Both are about people who seem normal to the outside world but have supernatural powers. 
report Recommended by misa98765
-girl and boy meet -both of them can see and interact with ayakashi -one of them is a god -have dark pasts 
report Recommended by 935513
The protagonist is a teenager that can see youkaï, spirits and other paranormal beings Some youkaï see the MC as someone who can help them, some others see the MC as a target or a threat Natsume Yuujinchou is however more light-hearted (in a certain way, because it also deals with a lot of drama and sad stuff) and more a SoLesque anime than Kyokou Suiri 
report Recommended by Damuzen
Both have detective and supernatural themes. Both main characters have a quirky partner and together they try to solve complex mysteries. Great storylines too. 
report Recommended by UberPhantom
In/Spectre and Uta Kata are two fantasy anime directed by Keiji Gotoh, and despite the latter anime's cover, both shows actually have somewhat similar levels of slow pacing and dark storytelling. The main character in both shows is a girl who has feelings for a boy who is several years older than her. She also has connections to (as well as can see) spirits, which was eventually given to her with a heavy price. 
report Recommended by Fario-P
Similar vibes. Quite similar art-styles. Both shows are about yokai or the supernatural. Some amount of gore and dark themes.  
report Recommended by senjou_hitagi
Both anime are supernatural mysteries aimed at a mature audience (meaning those who are fine with exposition in lieu of constant action.) Both feature strong female leads. Boogiepop is supernatural, but not based on Japanese youkai (as far as I can tell.) FYI the first arc of Boogiepop is a tad confusing (nonlinear storytelling) so be willing to keep going into the second arc even if the first isn't quite your cup of tea. 
report Recommended by gaussian_
The same supernatural themed anime where it has two individuals , one guy and one girl whom were in the business of dealing with rogue spirits and other supernatural entities whom were running amuck.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
Both are dialogue heavy series, and feature the concept of power being equivalent to viewership approval. Also feature fictional characters that appear in the real world because of viewers.  
report Recommended by mr-mirm
Surprised no one recommend this similar anime for a while except me. Both series have a weird mysterious strange girl being very infuriated with the male lead. Both series was about investigating some mysteries relating to murder or psychological crime. Both series delves into the psychological reasoning and motivations of people. Both series have a fair share of violence, death, crazy people and plot twists. 
report Recommended by ZackTyce
Both animes are similar to the main characters, a couple who are investigating paranormal affairs. There are sympathies between Tilarna and det. Kei Motoba in Cop Craft and Kotoko Iwanaga and Kurou Sakuragawa in In/Spektre, but without showing impassioned feelings, they show this with their amusing dialogues and behavior. 
report Recommended by Kyosuke_Kosaka
The drama and progression of the story line have a similar feel. The pacing of the shows of smaller cases that lead up to a large multi-episode arc is also similar. 
report Recommended by misa98765
Looking for a mystery anime set in a world with paranormal happenings? Both shows solve mysteries whyle showing the past and background of the characters - which is definitely not "normal" or "usual". Both shows have a male and female lead who are geting to know each other throughout the series. The vibes of the two anime is somewhat similar too in my opinion. 
report Recommended by Lopika
The protagonists of both animes are people in In/Spectre and humanoid youkais in Bem with superpowers. They have to restore order in the city, fighting with different kinds of creatures. 
report Recommended by Kyosuke_Kosaka
The main antagonist of In/Spectre is an enigmatic steel beam wielding maniac attacking people at random, inspiring fear and mass hysteria in people who believe she exists. She is similar to the anonymous Lil Slugger from Paranoia agent who attacks people at random with a golden bat. Both series focus on the panic, media coverage, and investigation of the unknown psychos. Paranoia Agent is more serious than In/Spectre. 
report Recommended by RebelPanda
Welp, I can say, the shows is kinda same, but most of them not. Unlike Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun, the main character of Kyokou Suiri serial is a demigod. Both series is talking about somewhat of "demolishing" the exaggerated youkai(s). 
report Recommended by nattadasu
Both shows revolve around solving, or, in Kyoukou Suiri case, providing a plausible explanation, to one central murder mystery set up by a female antagonist. The process involves lots of theorizing and imaginary sequences. 
report Recommended by Genoard
Both anime have a smart loli, accompanied by an older guy, as an MC. Both are mystery/fantasy. 
report Recommended by SignorOrso
Both Protagonists Hunts some kind of Cursed Spirit both cursed spirit in anime have similar concept 
report Recommended by Yayuly