Dororo, Kimetsu no Yaiba Recommendations

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Kimetsu no Yaiba
Both MC hunt demon to become human again in Dororo it's for himself and in Kimetsu no Yaiba it's for her sister And both travel to find the demons
report Recommended by KamiFL
Japan, demons vs humans, main character who has big losses in life. Decent main character development, good animation. Both MC's have a companion ( Dororo and Nezuko).
report Recommended by Hutai
Dororo & Kimetsu no Yaiba are both about fighting demons both are set in the samurai era both series have the main character fight demons to get something back
report Recommended by Soulzz
Provided that the watcher has some unintelligible lust for seeing demons being slain, you can feed that lust even further by watching Dororo. Rage induced bloody battles with the set goal of taking revenge, this is the perfect show for a good adrenaline pump, watching the enemies being slain over and over again, like a drug addiction. Have fun!
report Recommended by UEizo
Both anime are set in historical Japan where demons exist. The main characters of both series also have the main plot-driving device in which they have to kill those demons to regain something that they have lost. Add in some great animation by both studios, and you have two anime that are very similar.
report Recommended by fitemeillreku
Similar tone and similar theme (Dark tone, and demon slaying). Both have great animation and great soundtrack. They aren't the same, in fact they are quite different on other aspects (for example, the characters, the world setting and the art style). However there is a good chance you will enjoy them if you liked one of them since they have a similar vibe. Sorry the comparison is a bit vague but I don't want to spoil too much here.
report Recommended by WhyCare
Both are dystopian, supernatural narratives that involve demon-slaying & seeking revenge.
report Recommended by soulstyce
Both of these anime perfectly capture the mystical aspects of feudal Japan. While Dororo focuses more on a traditional view of feudal Japan, Kimetsu no Yaiba instead shows a slightly different version of feudal Japan, Demon hunters, and pseudo-magic system. Finally, if you enjoyed Dororo as much as I did then you will certainly enjoy Kimetsu no Yaiba just as much or even more.
report Recommended by Brokeblaster7
They both deal with demons. They both deal with loss. And they both have sword fighting and are based on the old days of Japan
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