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They do have different feels. Akame is more humorous while tokyo ghoul is quite serious. However, their similarities lie in the dark themes of corruption and the harshness of reality - your loved ones will die and there's always at least two sides to everything. Both have great villains and i think an anime/manga/book is only as good as its villains.
report Recommended by Llightshines3211
Both shows play around the thought of the death of someone you like. Both shows are dealing with a corrupt world that the characters thought they knew but then they learn that the fairytale world they had been living in is actually hell.
report Recommended by CrayonsBOI
Both are a little dark (but to be clear very Tokyo Ghoul is way darker due to the serious tone) (Akame ga kill has some comic relief and funny aspects) but both have opposing forces trying to mold the world. Akame and Tokyo are both about rebellion in there own respective manner, provide a team of conflicted characters, slight romance, and sad forth comings. To be honest both end in similar ways <trying not to spoil anything> Both are great in tone, story, and uniqueness Defiantly a Grade A recommendation
report Recommended by SilencedGrimm
Both anime 'appear' to have dark themes. While Akame ga Kills theme is overshadowed by the misuse of comedic shticks, Tokyo Ghoul's theme appears to be deeply ingrained in the anime through the music and tone that the anime sets. But take a closer look, the anime's plot and dialogue have nothing to do with these so called dark themes. In actuality, these two anime share nothing but bad script writing and wasted potential :(
report Recommended by TheMcRib
Very bloody and also heartbreaking. All these shows tear characters away from you. Each one has a light hint of romance plus lots of action and will keep you entranced for the whole series. WARNING: VERY GORY.
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