Both are series where humanity believes to be protected by walls that prevents them to be killed by Robots/titans.
Both have incredible animation.
Both have OST by Hiroyuki Sawano aka god.
There is a kingdom inside walls, outside of them there is certain death. The protagonists learn more about the world and what's out there. There are battles with unknown creatures (titans, legions) and a mystery surrounding their existence. There's also Sawano making the music in both anime, so he might give similar vibes.
-Both are about a fantasy world in which there is a looming threat that hunts the human race for no discernable reason
-Both feature discrimination heavily in their political systems, with both having those of higher status farther from danger deeper in civilization
-Both are distinctly based around the military of these societies, and feature fast paced action with highly mobile equipment to deal with the threat to the human race
Human society is isolated from the outside world due to an long ongoing war against an unknown enemy. Tensions rise up as the safety of the city is threatened and a small group of soldiers use especial machinery to fight in the enemy territory. Gripping military action thriller that discusses war, loyalty, freedom, racism and politics. Top tier animation quality, epic Hiroyuki Sawano's soundtrack and lots of German references.
- World setting
- Action Scene
- Animation Quality
- Hiroyuki Sawano Ost
Walls and war. Consistent conflict in such an unfair world. Such is the spark of retaliation, or at least, a hope for one. AOT and 86 are both war anime that touches on the topic of politics alongside some humane social issues that occur in said worlds.
With 86 being a story of Lena, trying to defile the Republic's dehumanisation of the 86, AOT being the same, but in a more indirect way with humans fighting for their freedom. It is a match against the oppressors who oppose the natural right of man to be respected as the individual with choice. Whether that be due to
-Both take place in a dystopian universe where a society of people are living within walls.
-Humanity is threaten with potential extinction by mysterious creatures, which they know little about, but learn more about these creatures and the world outside the walls as the series goes on.
-Teenagers in the military fight against this threat.
-Hiroyuki Sawano ost
-plenty of suffering and character deaths
Both anime are set in an dystopian timeline and deconstructs the ideology that fuels an overly militaristic, racist and fascist society. They also both contain sountracks composed by hiryuki sawano as well
both tackles themes of racism, oppression and war. if you have spare time you should give 86 a try it's good!
Well, if you like a series with a world-building that is generally presented through its characters' dialogues and rarely through its artistic values, then, by all means, check these two.
As for my opinion, I think both are similar because the concept for its premise that the two utilize are pretty much the same. Both are about fighting, more fighting, as well as fighting; basically, endless amounts of fighting. If you like that kind of stuff, then I highly recommend this series to you.
Both series are set in fantasy worlds and show main characters fighting inhuman enemies (whether it be titans or mechs) with sci-fi weapons. They also both deal with fairly mature topics such as freedom or oppression.
86 is similar to shingeki no kyojin in many ways
-killing titans in snk while in 86 ,the legions or robots
-a big supporting cast
-sawano hiroyuki's ost
-there's a wall like snk in 86 too but not seen too much
-both are enjoyable
Both have military setting
Both have social commentary on equality
-discrimination of a particular race
- wide range of characters
-complex world-building and history
I feel they are similar in terms of having a feeling of hopelessness and a seemingly endless threat. The soundtracks are also both done by Hiroyuki Sawano and Kohta Yamamoto.
stories aren't that much similar but, both are very tragic in a way, its will keep excited till the end, and its one those anime that you would not be bored for a single moment
86 feels a lot like early AoT. When a character goes into the battlefield, you're left guessing whether they'll be back ded or alive ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (also lots of interesting politics/worldbuilding)
military-esque also just a really good anime if you want that same cute banter between characters + great music and sadge moments
Both series deal with survival in a post-apocalyptic world but instead of being eaten by Titans, you are being butchered by robots. Both series don't shy away from killing away their characters and both series share an amazing soundtrack made by none other than Sawano himself.
They're both gonna break your heart, and give you PTSD after watching them. Both of these shows are extremely good at exploring gory and deep topics that will tug at your heartstrings and make you grow attached to the characters just to watch them go through hell.
If you liked AOT I am 99% certain you're gonna like 86 too, these two shows are very similar yet very different from one another at the same time.
Humans in a military unit fighting against titans/legion. Both have great animation and soundtracks. Later AoT's themes become similar to 86's themes too.
Shingeki no kyojin is a very goood anime itself , 86 is very simmilar to it because both anime have loads of action and both are thrillers , both of the story contain simillar war type theme too
Both shows have:
1. Great worldbuilding.
2. Military aspect.
3. Great source material.
4. Has a tendency to kill off characters
5. Corrupt government
6. Music composed be Hiroyuki Sawano
7. 1 very OP character
Discrimination of a particular race, the matter of freedom, the similar military aspect and setting, and a complex world-building but in an obvious state, both stories are differently visionary in which the way's storytelling direction is leading towards, and characters got similar facets of saving humanity (e.g battle out for their lives to make their own sacrifice and become the survival of the fittest). AOT got titans, 86 got Legions but the groups are opposed to them as they're ones who are opposed to humanity. Plus both have the same soundtrack composer, Sawano Hiroyuki.
A show where a group of people live inside walls following an apocalyptic like event involving dangerous beings. Where the group inside the walls are derived from a certain bloodline and have no knowledge of the truth about the outside world. Heavy themes of racism and fascism are present. Sounds like I just described Attack on Titan, right? Well yes, but I also just described the entire premise of 86 as well.
While there are some vast differences between the series (particularly involving depth and backstory), 86 and AOT have many similarities in the structure in which they are built from and I would recommend 86
If you watched Attack on Titan you know that there's no way of describing the plot without spoiling too much. Same goes for 86! It is a very emotional story about a group of people which fight against the horrifying enemy which took most of humanity with them! But it is not as it seems at first glance! (Plus Hiroyuki Sawano wrote the OST for both, so it really gets you in the Attack on Titan mood).
-titan in aot =legion 86
Highly recommend this anime. not as good as attack on titan but I recommend this anime
Similarities - post-apocalyptic setting
- death of characters
- good animation
- great music
differences - plot is relatively less interesting (emphasizing the word relatively again)
- mecha genre
In my opinion, 86 is the heir to AoT legacy.
As a AoT fan, I know one of my favourite work of fiction, if not my favourite, is coming closer and closer to its ending, that's why I felt the urge to find a show which could grab my attention as Isayama masterpiece did.
86 touches the themes of war, racism, loss, death, trauma and much more as AoT does, but in its own way, with colorful characters and one of the best main characters of 2020-2021, Shinei Nouzen.
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