Dorohedoro, Voynich Hotel Recommendations
Dorohedoro is the more action-y, plot-oriented version of Voynich Hotel. Both of these series have very strange settings and characters, yet treat them like they're normal.
Both are excellent drama with multiple threads of group images.
Both are fill of violence, bloody scenes and black humors.
Both have a rather large cast of characters which are still nicely managed and get a share of screen time and with often changing perspectives and range from androids, forgotten goddesses, mushroom obsessed mafiosi and masked children.
Both surprise with their absurd and sometimes rather dark humour and sudden violence and gore which is toned down in Voynich with the highly stylized art while shown in full detail in the more realistically drawn Dorohedoro.
While both series have a rather bleak setting, one on a post war island where landmines, war orphans are regular and long history of colonial oppression is present, the other in