Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch, 86 Recommendations

Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
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Mecha shows with themes of discrimination and the harshness of war
report Recommended by marmieux
Eighty-Six is inspired by Code Geass. The plot is quite similar except for some differences in the plot. It's quite similar to how certain people are discriminated. If you enjoyed Code Geass, Eighty-Six is as enjoyable as Code Geass. The animation is amazing and sound tracks are amazing.
report Recommended by aluc35812
They have a similar kind of general issue involving division and subjugation.
report Recommended by Jaminjayz
Rebellion. In a world where the human hierarchy has been manhandled to actively oppress individuals of a certain background, so much so, that the common description for a said poor group of humans would be a number, it comes to no surprise that one will rise to seek a rebellion against a loathsome crime against humanity. Code Geass does this via acts of terrorism against Britannia, conducted by the organisation known as "The Black Knights". 86 is a little more passive, a little more getting to know the environment and how the world sucks for the 86. But both are good military-mecha anime, so expect flashy action   read more
report Recommended by NextUniverse
These anime talk about small militar groups in Countries fighting against big Empires, whose components are called by a number (Eighty-Six, Eleven), deprived of human rights and segregated. In both cases one of the inhabitants of the Country that has origins from non-segregated families sympathises for the numbers and helps them fight giving orders from remote. There is mecha, Code Geass’ one is drawn while 86’s one is in CGI, and in both cases it’s excellently animated.
report Recommended by stxynite
Both are Sci-Fi anime that heavily focus on the themes of empires, domination, segregation and revolution during times of war. 86 appears to be inspired by Code Geass.
report Recommended by blondedzero
Both are war dramas with occasional fanservice and offer ‘alternative’ reality stories about oppressed people. They may or may not be offensive to viewers who are looking for historical relevance.
report Recommended by Space_Boyfriend
- they're both mecha anime with lots of cool fights - both anime feature war and solid world-building - both involve a lot of political talks - the main characters are all teenagers - the main MC has a special power (though in Code Geass it is more important) - both feature a large amount of racism, in Code Geass its Britanians towards 11s and in 86 it's the Albas towards the 86
report Recommended by BropixWuff
- Both have the same subject of war in robots that you can control - Both involve a lot of politics - Both have a place that's superior and one thats weak
report Recommended by joshyyy-kun
Both are mecha sci-fi anime : Both have a "dominant" and "subservient" class as well.
report Recommended by InfamousCrown
* It has racism and war * Both are mecha anime with good action * Both have a cool mc * both have good fanservice
report Recommended by youwantsauce
Both shows have mechas, racism and politics. If you enjoyed one of these shows, then you will most likely enjoy the other.
report Recommended by Onies
If you really enjoyed code geas then 86 might be for you.
report Recommended by Mashal166
Both including Mecha / Politically focused stories with interesting plot points and Drama on the way.
report Recommended by FujinKami
Anime mecha, I don't have much to say, just watch it yourself The opening stuck in my head Good Anime
report Recommended by Maaxnov
Mecha shows which plot overpowers the mecha design. You can enjoy this despite having zero interest on how cool the robots and their movements are.
report Recommended by deesintegrashun
One of the best drama/action anime that you can watch, a great story, good main characters and a great drama between the characters
report Recommended by PapiTchulo
Have you experienced a war drama involving corruption, politics, and mech battles? It looks like you have either of these. Regardless of their differences (for example, Code Geass' mechs are kind of humanoid-looking while 86's are insect-based), they heavily rely on horrible battles and conversations whether they're for preparation or arguing. Both protagonists, despite being distinct from each other both in theory and in practice, are portrayed in a stoic and grimdark behavior while being motivated by determination.
report Recommended by Venucurius
both mecha with same topic and also the great art of 86 :)
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