UN-GO, Concrete Revolutio: Choujin Gensou Recommendations
Despite their strikingly different premises and visual styles, UN-GO and Concrete Revolutio share the same concerns. Both series are intensely political, casting a critical eye on both cold-hearted pragmatism and blind nationalism, and showing how easily public opinion can be manipulated. The overarching tone is of weary cynicism -- not the "edgy", nihilistic cynicism of a grimdark series, but the cynicism of a disillusioned idealist who still believes that people should be capable of better things.
While the postwar settings are different - one in a near-future dystopia, the other in an alternate-universe Japan - the real war being referenced (and the postwar issues in its
Very similar thematically. Both use super powers and the comic book aesthetic to tell stories about mid 1900s Japanese history. Un-Go focuses on post-war reconstruction, while ConRevo focuses on Japanese history during the Shinjuku Riots and post-Shinjuku as well.