Cage of Eden is basically like Highschool of the Dead except, you know, better. Though both manga are set in a world of fantasy, CoE has a much more realistic tone to it. The characters are generally more likable, realistic, and relatable. Plus, I appreciate the fact that though both are kinda ecchi, the girls in CoE have breasts that, though still rather large, are not as ridiculously sized as it is in HoD (I honestly began to question whether they were really human and not just a pair of boobs with a small head and body attached for decoration).
I always find myself going back to CoE to reread it over and over again. Though I admit that when I originally read Highschool of the Dead, it was extremely thrilling and I was totally pulled in, coming back and rereading it again, it just doesn't compare with the complexity and depth you find in CoE.
Highschool of the dead is still a pretty great read if you just want something you can breeze through and get some kind of thrill from, but if you want a deeper plot with a great cast of characters that experience significant development, Cage of Eden is your best bet. :]  read more
Both Highschool of the Dead and Eden no Ori are mangas about a group of highschoolers that have to fight together for their survival. The main characters are also very alike. The mangas goes under the same genres along with plenty of action and fighting scenes, in HotD there are zombies and on Eden no Ori they have to fight against different extinct animals. Both of the series also offer a big amount of fanservice, but I'd say that HotD is a little bit more extreme on this point.
Both are about a group of students that under certain circumstances must band together to survivor and to avoid a horrible death, only difference really in that in HOTD their fighting zombies while in Eden no Ori it's a wave of prehistoric animals are supposed to be extinct.
Note: Both have a considerable amount of ecchi in them.
Both of these are set in a "post-apocalyptic" type setting. The main characters (HOTD - Takashi/Eden - Akira) don't think much of themselves but they become the leader of a group of people they find while trying to survive the aftermath of the "apocalypse". Finally, both offer lots of ecchi shots.
Both are ecchi with lots of fanservice.
Both involve groups of kids working together to survive against impending doom (prehistoric animals and zombies).
Eden seems to focus more on the mystery than the action while Highschool does the exact opposite.
while high school of the dead has a zombie type story in it cage of eden deals with plane crash both have similar type of groups with suspense,you imagine what you would do if you were there,they both have similar cool characters also romance(little bit is also there)
Similar premise with the theme "survival of the fittest" on an uninhabited island. In both manga, humans are pitted against each other in a deadly game of survival, and other times people have to worry about not becoming food for the dangerous animals living on the island...
Survival fiction is a prominent theme for Eden no Ori and Btooom! Taking place in a desolate setting with a host of dangers, the main characters are thrown into an environment where their lives are at stake. The main male protagonist however has a motivation to stay alive and has influences on others as the story progresses. At the same time, there are a lot of mysteries that is revealed in both series later on. Eden no Ori has more of the adventurous theme involving survival horror while Btooom! takes on more game tropes.
Both manga are set on an island where the characters are stranded. There is a lot of violence represented in both of them and they both have a psychological involvement between the different characters. The protagonists are, for some reason, people far from normal.
Both center around a group of people who are trapped on islands and must do whatever it takes to survive while btooom is more action oriented and Cage of eden is more character driven they have a similar style and if you like one of them you will likely enjoy the other
Survival game manga in which characters are forced to participate in a mysterious and brutal contest of survival-of-the-fittest. Both manga take place on a deserted island. In addition to fending off monsters, participants must also beware of other humans who play in the same game.
Both of them are similar because both contains theme like-
>Survival of the fittest
>Island like environment
>Violence & gore
So, if you like Eden no Ori you will like Btooom! too.
Panic ensues among the class(es) of both manga causing many to adopt a kill-or-be-killed attitude while others continue to hope that they can all survive together. Also, since both manga feature some cliche characters... the character archetypes of some of the main characters are pretty similar.
Battle Royale deals with a class of students who set off on a field trip and end up left to fend for themselves on a deserted island. This is same kind of situation takes place in Cage of Eden, the difference being in BR the students have to kill each other to survive whereas in CoE the students must not only survive the attacks of the crazies that have survived the plane crash that left them stranded on the island but they also have to fend off the prehistoric dinosaurs that also populate it. Both series are gory, survival focused and have echi qualities.
both are great manga with a similar setting where teenager have to fight on an island for survival.
battle royal is a psychological seinen where a class is forced to kill each other until one rremains while eden no ori is a great shonen where about 200 students and 100 other passengers land, after an air plane crash, on an deserted island where extinct species live and they try to survive while some get mad and start killing.
If you liked Battle Royale I definetly recommend that you read Eden no Ori or otherwise known as Cage of Eden. Both have to survive in an island except in Battle Royale they have to literally kill each other to survive while in Eden of Ori the people in the island some people do kill each other but they mostly want to leave the island. Both mangas are about survival and both are really good, so I recommend you try reading them both ^_^
Both are survival manga that create real sympathy between the reader and the characters. Sengoku Akira and Shuya Nanahara, the two main protagonists of their manga respectively, show striking similarities to each other.
These two series involve a class of high school students being cast into a remote location and forced to fight, or die.
The main characters are extremely similar, with both of them trying to save everyone and take a "leader" role. While reading Battle Royale, I had felt the same rush of adrenaline I had felt while reading Eden no Ori. If that's what you enjoyed in Eden no Ori, (which you probably did.) Battle Royale will not disappoint.
The classic "stranded on an island" is a theme in both of these series as the main male protagonist finds himself in an isolated location far out of civilization's reach.
There's bits of mystery related to the island as the people he meets along the well. At the same time, they strive to escape from the island after realizing the threats it holds. Along with that, there are also supernatural elements present on the islands.
Do expect bits of fanservice and also romance development as well.
Both of these manga involves several people stranded on an island of a very mysterious origin. As we read more we begin to understand the mysteries of this island. The are both very interesting and keeps the reader wanting more as they yearn to unravel the mysteries in this story.
Taking the idea of survival horror and transforming into a story with a cast of characters is what Eden no Ori and Jisatsutou has set up in the beginning. Both series' setting takes place on a mysterious island where they must depend each other and themselves to survive. In Eden no Ori, there are mysteries and abnormal creatures. On the other hand, Jisatustou conveys more of human nature when they are portrayed as the prey on the island. Both series also has violence because of the survival trope. Recommended for people who have an interest in survival horror.
Groups of people get stranded on an island and try to survive. In both you can see human behavior when society and morality is stripped from the protagonists. Eden no Ori has more fan service being Ecchi. Jitsatsutou struggles in my opinion because many characters have no distinct features and its really easy to mix them.
The main cast is marooned on a strange island inhabited by dangerous animals with no way back to civilization. They have to cooperate to survive the dangerous new place they've ended up in while slowly realizing help will never come.
Two stories about groups of people sent to a deserted island.
I recommend these if you love adventures, with wild animal and unknown nature, cooperation between people living in the fear of death but learn to work together in order to survive.
Good plot in both, amazing characters whose relationship evolve and always make you want to read more and share their moments for better or worse.
Both involve groups of friends trapped in a bizarre environment filled with dangerous things.
Eden no Ori features extinct animals, whereas Deadman Wonderland deals with dangerous prisoners with supernatural powers.
Both are packed with so much craziness that they're awesome!!
Both series involves survivor horror themes for starters.
The main male protagonist in both series has their lives changed forever after a faithful day. They get relocated to an isolated place that is filled with dangers, thrills, and challenges that puts their lives at risk.
From that isolated place, the main protagonist meets both allies and enemies as each chapter progresses.
Both series has mysteries to them behind the scenes with many questions that need answers.
Both series' main protagonist also has their own resolves and strives to achieve it no matter what the cost.
Both series has action, drama, and violence involving the many incidents that happens throughout each chapter. read more
This manga also mention the betrayal of human and human nature when they fight for their life.However,at first,this manga is more focus at survival in nature(fighting wild extinct animals,disease and so on) compare to mouryou no yurikago.
Mouryou no Yurikago and Cage of Eden is simlar in so many ways it's just that instead of dinosaurs ( in cage of eden) there are Zombies. And instead of a island ( in cage of eden) there is a Boat. Both of them are highly recommend by me. I think Mouryou no Yurikago and Cage of eden fit at the same level i just can't wait for more updates on both of them :D
These 2 manga are similar because they both presents people who were stranded and are fighting for survival.
in Eden no ori, They're stranded on an island with extinct animals that are a danger to them. While in Mouryou they're stranded in a boat that was overturned with others and "Zombies" to fend off as well fend off against other "humans". These aren't no normal zombies! they can swim, They use weapons and even regenerate at a fast speed when they eat flesh!
I believe you may like mouryou if you liked Eden, But mouryou is a short as for eden being longer.
Students who fight extinct animals after their plane got crushed somewhere in the island (Eden No ori) and Students who fight monsters due to cause of some disease spread by an animal after their Ship got crushed somewhere in the sea (Mouryou No Yurikago).
Main male character-
Both of them are emotionally strong when it comes to "Rescue friends/people".
Main female character-
They're very good at sports, Gymnastics (eden no ori) and swimming (mouryou no yurikago)
Based on rather disasterous events, characters are stranded in a world unfamiliar to them. A world filled with monsters and a strong lack of control. These two publications depict the struggles of their characters as they try and survive in primitive situations.
Both mangas show characters stranded somewhere they do not know with strange creatures around them, and trying to find out how they got there, what happened or how to escape proved to be a fatal journey..
However, i believe one was executed and explained much better than the other..
Both these manga are almost identical in every main aspect</br>
* Premise - Plane crash, abandoned island survival</br>
* Non-humans as antagonists (insects, animals), most of which are extinct</br>
* Copious amounts of fanservice and disproportionate breast sizes</br>
* Generic, unlikeable male side characters abound </br>
* Female protagonist in Kyochuu Rettou (KR), male in Eden no Ori (EnO)</br>
* Seems to be a focus on insects in KR, while EnO has a more diverse selection</br>
* No apparent elements of romance in KR (though saying that there are any in EnO would be misleading)</br>
Highly recommended if you're okay with mediocre character design and ridiculous amounts of fanservice, with some survival elements in between</br> read more
Same settings, School trip returning on an airplane that crashed onto an uninhabited island with the main goal is to escape.
In both of these manga, the survivor or the plane crash are attempting to survive on the island and await rescue however there are more danger than they thought that are on the island. In Eden, there are extinct animals that roam the place and attacks the survivors in which they had to start being much more cautious and move in groups. While in Kyochuu, They're bugs that are the size of elephants or even bigger than they should be that preys on the survivor.
The main character of Eden is a male with no knowledge of the extinct animals and only fight them without knowledge but still manage, and the main character of kyochuu is a female with many knowledge on the bugs, using her knowledge she helps the other survivor to fight against these dangerous bugs and survive.
Both of these mangas also have power struggle in which some people attempt to take leadership and order others around within the group in which it doesn't go well whatsoever in which the protagonist becomes the leader due to their courage/knowledge to survive.
If you enjoy a stranded survival manga you'll surely enjoy these 2, but eden is a finish and long manga compared to Kyochuu only with a few chapter and unfinished with slow updates. read more
In both series, the main characters are thrown to a dangerous island where their lives are endangered by a class of animals (in KR they are giant insects and in EO they are extinct animals). There are bloodshed when we see how each character cope with the situation in his own way, sometimes in a very twisted way, to survive.
The setting of a group of children which are thrown in to a dire situation and forced to fend for themselves in a harsh new environment is similar as is the themes centered around school and comradeship.
In both mangas there's a catastrophe and the kids need to get organized in order to survive a hostile environment. There's betrayal, suspicions, murders, monsters... (prehistoric animals in the case of Eden no Ori) in both mangas. Drifting Classroom is an old classic manga and it's focused more on horror than Eden no Ori.
[*] - Class of students mysteriously disappearing from earth's surface.
[*] - On an unknown place with monsters.
[*] - Survival manga.
Main differences is that Hyouryouu Kyoushitsu has primary school students and they usually stay at one place meanwhile Cage of Eden has highschool students and try to discover the land.
Both manga are about how the main characters survive in natural disasters. The story do not just focus on survival against natural disasters, but also against other people who have adopted a pathological mentality due to constant pressure from the harsh, disastrous conditions.
Both mangas features protaganists that are children.
In both Eden No Ori and EX - Shounen Hyouryuu the protoganists strive for survival. The mangas also give off the same feeling of hopelessness and is similar when it comes to showing human psychology. People die in both of these mangas.
One major difference is that in Eden No Ori the protoganists gets stranded in a prehistoric enviroment, while this is not the case in Ex - Shounen Hyouryuu. Although do not fret, they are both quite similar and if you like either one of these mangas i strongly recommend you giving the other manga a shot.
They both have a young main protagonist, where will protect the girl they like. They are both on an island, and the start and the end is similar (it's how you look at it). In Eden no Ori there is more mystery, and of course they are both mangas where they need to fight to survive.
Eden no Ori will offer similar attractions as Sousei no Taiga. Minus the cave people but all of the evolution and story growth. The pace of the story goes for a comfortable speed so reading it will be quite a time filler of enjoyment. Though, there are quite a number of characters in this story, but if that bothers you, don't worry. Those numbers change gradually throughout the story.
Cage of Eden and Sousei no Taiga are widely similar due how they both feature a group of people who unknowingly travel back in time to a world, where the once extincted and deadly creatures roomed the world. Both trying to uncover the mysteries of the place and satisfying their basic needs, adapting to the changes and trying to live another day
Eden no Ori (Cage of Eden) and Green Worldz are survival horror stories that deals with unnatural events. The main characters finds their lives at risk after discovering the cruel reality of their new circumstances. Throughout the story, there's a lot of mysterious origins related to the creatures they encounter. There's also significant amount of violence that highlights the survival context of their premise.
Despite following a different premise, Eden no Ori and Terra Formars exploits the fundamentals of survival horror. Both series aims at a cast of characters who are thrown into an environment where their lives are at stake. Additionally, their abilities are tested when facing powerful beasts. For Terra Formars, they primarily focus a mysterious species of giant humanized cockroaches while Eden no Ori has a wide variety of dangerous creatures. Nonetheless, survival horror becomes a main trope as we see how their story unfold with mysteries.
Both series from the same author which naturaly makes them similar, and cameos from Eden no ori all over Deathopia. Deathopia is about is about a group of special type cops fighting even more special serial killers with supernatural powers. Eden no ori is about a large group of people transported in supernatural way to primal and dangerous world and is forced to survive in truly deadly environment. Both series contain same ammount of brutality and gore.
Created by the same author, both series has a survival horror vibe with similar artwork. The main protagonist gets involved with very unusual circumstances that has their life in danger. There is plenty of violence, blood, and even death where ordinary people faces extraordinary events. Both series are also infamous for their fan service and plot twist in storytelling.
Both mangas are survival mangas in which characters are thrown into a world where they have to fight animals and beasts (Eden no Ori) / Tavoo (Psyren) for their lives.
They will uncover great mysteries of the world/island they were thrown into.
Though in Psyren , characters are able to achieve special powers.
Manga that contain a lot of action, mystery, and sci-fi elements.
Both have a lot of plot twist at various points of the story, and manage to finish the story with a reasonably well-done closure.
Eden no Ori noticeably has more ecchi scenes while Psyren has fights.
Both of them are survival mangas. Except that the Eden is on the island and Aphorism is on the floating island. Both are bloody, really violent and there are also murders and disorder between people in them.
Both series are survival horror titles set on an isolated island and with a cast primarily composed of students. Both are the sort of story that keeps you guessing as you read, and both have unpredictable endings.
Both series are about teens stuck in the wild going crazy! Limit is more complex and has better characters according to me, but Eden no ori is longer and more action packed. It's not as well drawn as Limit, but it's good for killing time.
I started reading it and I never stopped until I finished the story. They are great stories with many challenges, mysteries and passions. The details keeps you intrigued. They can be essentially divided into three parts that are all developed as the story progresses.
Eden no Ori and Dr. Stone have a few things in common. The story starts in a normal environment, but a few pages later the surroundings totally change. The both main characters are in love with a girl. If you like main protagonists being thrown into a completely new world, then this is for you.
One of the most apparent themes in both titles is the notion of disorder in relation to surviving. At both individual and group levels, characters are often pushed to psychological distress caused by their constant attempts at surviving, as well as the deaths they frequently witness.
Helping others to survive and fight against dangerous species (man-eating creatures at Eden no Ori, purple murderous orbs "cells" at Afterschool Wars Activities) at the risk of their own life. That's what you will get while reading Afterschool War Activities and Eden no Ori. The real human nature in front of a life or death situation, the terrifying 'fight if you want to live' line, thrilling action and romantic subplot. A couple of differences would be that AWA doesn't focus in what they're trying to fight, but the reason why are they fighting, boys and girls adapting to survival and strengthening relationships. They're also trained by militaries so the enigma scenario is supervised.
In Eden no Ori instead, highschool students are marooned on a strange island and have to fiddle around alone, unaided.
Disastrous events, harsh environment and an eternal struggle to maintain sanity, take these two series to become absolutely recommended for those who seek for action, survival and lots of despair. read more
Eden is a fairly old manga, and has very little in common with shiniki other than the main goal of the manga. Its a survival manga. People forced into a situation where they have to fight for their lives in an unreasonable environment. Liking one doesn't necessarily mean you'll like the other, but it may be worth a read if you've got time, plus its completed.
Both manga are about surviving on an island after getting stuck there (by plane or boat).
Cage of Eden has prehistoric animals on the island that the students must survive from, and Ingoshima has mentally unstable natives that sacrifice/murder anyone they see.
For starters, the main characters becomes isolated from society and ends up in a world/island (in the case for Eden no Ori) of the unknown. They realize the dangers of their newfound circumstances as there are mysterious obstacles that threatens their life. Both series contains a lot of mystery regarding their worlds as well especially in regards to the characters they encounter. But despite all obstacles, the main characters has a determination to survive. Recommended for any fan of survival horror.
Both are about Japanese school kids trying to survive in a very hostile and unfamiliar world where the greatest threat to their lives are the bizarre and powerful creatures as well as other humans. Both have a lot of ecchi scenes as well as action and have in some ways similar art style. Although Lives is significantly more gruesome than Eden No Ori or Caged of Eden, there is still a presence of blood and intestines being thrown around the panels every now and again.
Like games? Like psychological plot holes? Like horror? Like action? Like romance? Then, you might like both of these manga series. Both the main protagonists begin as ordinary people but are quickly thrown into a setting they never imagined before. There are also evidence of romance and drama as the chapters drag on. Additionally, there are quite a lot of character development not only in the main characters but some of the main supporting as well.
High school students stuck on an isolated island forced to try everything in their power to survive.
While Eden no Ori (cage of eden) is mostly about surviving the environment and prehistoric beasts on a deserted island, there are some instances where the bigger threat comes from their fellow humans whereas Tokyo Girls Destruction's main antagonists are other female students who are bent on making the weaker girls as their own personal slave
Trapped with man-eating creatures that ripped or exploded (Hakaiju) people into pieces. Truly, These two manga are perfect if you're into that type of stuff. There is also the main male characters who tries to protect someone important. The main difference between the two is that Cage of Eden is filled of dinosaurs while Hakaiju is filled with different kinds of aliens!
Why? well because the main character goes through expairence to get stronger and gets smarter to protect their friends and themselves from prehistoric dinosurs (Eden No Ori) or Assasins with insects sense (Arachnid). Only diffrence is that Arachnid mostly takes place in school area and Cage of Eden takes place in an island.
Both contain that sense of mystery. Protagonists find themselves on a strange outcast island, plagued with strange mutated creatures that have no issue with killing humans. Throughout each we learn the true nature of these islands as well as what our protagonists struggle to survive. Add in a bit of blood, limbs and the insane and you have a story.
Considerably different in length Eden no Ori is for those who prefer longer stories involving some ecchi whilst La Mosca is more to the point and doesn't bother with the fanservice.