Kara no Kyoukai 1: Fukan Fuukei, Fate/Zero Recommendations

Kara no Kyoukai 1: Fukan Fuukei
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Same director, same composer, both based of Type Moon novels, along with both containing a similar feel and atmosphere. Both have a mature history. If you like one, you will most definitely like the other.
report Recommended by ChrnoTodd
Similar atmosphere with plenty of tragic characters; both take place in the nasuverse, though the stories themselves are very different. Heavy emphasis on dialogue, but good looking animation regardless. Hail ufotable, hero of nasuverse!
report Recommended by LostHanyou
If you enjoyed Fate series you must watch Kara no Kyoukai series since the stories are in the same universe and its by the same creators
report Recommended by Dolan
Both series have similar art style and dark mood. A myriad of exchange of words between characters of various factions is only to be expected, and whether the dialogue is pretentious or philosophical is really up to the audience to decide. There are also a huge amount of gorgeous blade and magic action in both series. In the end, it is really no surprise that the two series are so much alike. They are both based on Type-Moon novels, produced by Ufotable, and have Yuki Kajiura as the music arranger.
report Recommended by bunny1ov3r
Same producer, same composer, same action, same enjoyment. You just have to wait, don't judge "Kara no Kyoukai" from the first movie, it gets better.
report Recommended by falsaai
Both are in the Nasuverse! They're also both animated by the same studio: ufotable. And both were originally light novels, both are owned by TYPE MOON, both have OSTs by Yuki Kajiura, AND both have the same director! How could I not recommend this??
report Recommended by HeroicIdealism
They're both about magic and supernatural beings..They have a lot of action,great animation(it's ufotable afterall!) and many emotional moments..
report Recommended by QueenOfHeroes
You will see the best effects, drawing and styling at those two. Awesome fights, mystery, bright colors! It is a bit more magic and fights in Fate/Zero, while Kara no Kyoukai has more phiplosophical stuff and a bit detective.
report Recommended by highfeel
• Both anime were produced by Ufotable, Aniplex, Notes, • Both light novels were made by Type-Moon • Music for both was by Yuki Kajiura • Both had vocals by Kalafina (technically, this doesn't apply to Fate/Zero season 1) • Both directed by Ei Aoki • Kinoko Nasu worked on both • Both fantasy-action genre • Both very mature I feel like I'm missing some stuff, but I don't think that matters at this point. If you enjoyed one and haven't seen the other, watch it. Be warned that Kara no Kyoukai is certainly not for children.
report Recommended by BoredOfYou
(switch the two anime around) Both are related to Type Moon, both are animated by ufotable, and both are scored by the one and only Yuki Kajiura (the music she did in Kara no Kyoukai is some of her best work). Both have great to amazing fights, and while Kara no Kyoukai has a slow start similar to Fate Zero, it will be really be worth it in the end.
report Recommended by LaughinOtaku
They both do have one thing in common if not something, that is jaw dropping animation. Kara no Kyoukai is an anime series presented as 7 movies with animation that even exceed the animation quality of Fate Zero. Both are produced by Ufotable and how they managed to pull this off is beyond me. Both have mature themes and violence with KnK moving towards more darker themes. It's a must watch if you liked the fate series, just be sure to watch the second movie as well before deciding.
report Recommended by Johan_Liebert_
They are the bests Ufotable's work . The animation for those two anime is one of the most beautiful that exists, and is very similar . In more, the universe is the same in both, so if you liked it and want to learn more about it, it's an opportunity .
report Recommended by Val2612
Both have the same director in Ei Aoki as well as both having one of the best composers in Yuki Kajiura. They are both created by Type-Moon as well as having the same studio create their anime in Ufotable.
report Recommended by RychesShadows
Same concept, different universe. Both animated by the same Studio and are animated very well.
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