Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu, Ajin Recommendations
What makes us want to live and what makes us so scared of dying? But if you could not die, what than? Would your views chance, would you still be scared of your own death, or would you face it again and again until you find the life you can be happy in.
Both of these psichological thrillers deal with these question in verry different situations and if you like the story of on you will surely like the other
-Both male MCs are physicaly weak but they are imoortals and can't die also they use every mean possible to win agaist their enemies no matter how dirty that is.Furthermore they are caught up in a power struggle.
-Both MCs live in a violent world where the weak dies and the strong survives.
-The enemies of both MCs are twisted and find amusement in fight furthermore they are manipulative and evil.
They both involve revival, fear, drama, uncertainty. People wanting to kill you. Not sure if someone is your ally or enemy. Both have a level of horror / gore (implied or otherwise). Both leave you really, really wanting to see the next episode. Both have a good focus on the nature, personality, and morality of various peoples/characters -- is someone being evil because they kill? Both start with a sort of mediocre high school male character, and both show subtle but minimal growth with the hint of future growth of the MC. Ajin is obviously more supernatural with a focus on humanity and violence, whereas