Shingeki no Kyojin, Tokyo Ghoul:re Recommendations
They both involve mind-blowing tragedies and gore. You are never sure what is right and wrong and will care deeply for the main character. Both take place in an alternate universe that is still very relatable
-In both stories, humanity trys to defend itself from getting eaten by mysterious, creepy creatures that feed on human flesh.
-The walls in Attack on Titan isolate everyone from the rest of the world. Ghouls are only in Tokyo, Japan (I might be wrong) which isolates Tokyo from the rest of Japan and the world with dealing with ghouls.
- Eren and Kaneki lose their fathers and mothers at a young age.
-Eren and Kaneki are able to become the monsters they fear/hate the most.
- Eren and Kaneki both accept they are Titan and Ghoul and defeat Jason and Annie. Kaneki eats Jason and Eren tears open Annie's