Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch, Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai Recommendations

Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
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I know what you're probably thinking: "There's no way that these 2 shows have ANYTHING in common". Well, you're wrong: both shows feature a masked leader who uses special tactics to take down a regime they are opposed to, and they form a terrorist organization, recruiting a classmate to help them. The differences, let's see: -The gender of the person who wants to change the world (Shimoneta has a girl, Code Geass has a guy) -Lelouch doesn't reveal who he is to any of his subordinates; Ayame reveals who she is to Tanukichi in the first episode -Lelouch isn't afraid of killing people; Ayame doesn't go   read more
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In both shows the MC hires another person so they can form a terrorist organization against something they're opposed to: In Code Geass, it's about the takeover of the Britannians on the Japanese territory, while Shimoneta focuses on a censorship law that's prohibiting the Japanese residents from doing vulgar stuff.
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Enough has been said about Code Geass and Shimoneta being similar. In my personal exprience, I watched Shimoneta first, so when I watched Code Geass there was a point in the series where I realized: "Wow, Shimoneta definitly feels like a parody of Code Geass". This is because they are both about a pair of masked guys that organize a regime resistance in which some of their friends are involved. Just to summarize it. Something I´ll add is that ecchi in Code Geass seems unnecesary and the only excuse that comes to my mind is that it releases some tension. Shimoneta, instead   read more
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