Shinsekai yori, Boku dake ga Inai Machi Recommendations
- Both share psychological and supernatural genre.
- Both are trying to explain the disappearance of children.
- Both reflect the differences between the mind of a child and the mind of an adult.
- Both are destined for mature people (R+17 ranking).
- Both made by A-1 Pictures studio.
Same studio but in many ways a mirror of Erased. Compelling characters and a story that will have you hanging on to your seat.
In Shinsekai Yori, the protagonist discovers the world she lives in and fought for her people when faced with calamity
In Boku dake ga inai machi, the protagonist seeks to solve the mystery of the serial kidnappings and tries to save victims by going back in time
Both are extraordinarily intriguing and share similar atmosphere
These two are rare masterpieces and have original story on top of good illustrations and well used BGM
Shinsekai Yori fans, a similar masterpiece is finally out!!
Both anime done by A-1 Pictures feature supernatural powers and a cast of adolescent children. Both are a mystery anime of sort where the characters tries to figure out the culprit. In both anime, students disappear from their academy and the MC tries to figure out why. Both have their own psychological elements and have appealing art styles.
psychological, supernatural, A-1 Pictures.
they have the same feel.
Both shows have a similar atmosphere and are intriguing. They are made by the same studio and feature a similar artstyle. Both shows are rather dramatic and involve mature themes/issues. Shinsekai Yori is not for everyone, but is very unique and BokuMachi is faster paced and has a wider appeal, but both shows are really something special.
- The story is thorough and planned, and also quite creepy, in both shows.
- Even though the stories are different, they give off a similar impression.
- And both are brilliant.