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
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.