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  • An anime series featuring a time loop presents its protagonist with a unique challenge of attempting to solve a multitude of mysteries ranging from what's causing them to be trapped in an endless loop, and how to stop it.
  • Some time loop anime feature "closed loops" or "multiple loops", which require specific conditions to be met in order for the protagonist to progress and discover new clues.
  • Despite repeating multiple events over and over, anime that feature time loops have the unique ability to develop their characters through their seeingly endless struggle trying to break the loop.

The best time loop anime send their beleaguered heroes through the same pocket of time to solve some sort of problem. Whether this problem is external, a villain they have to defeat, for instance, or internal, a personal flaw they have to overcome, reminiscent of Groundhog Day, they won't be able to move on until they figure it out. If they're particularly unlucky, this conundrem can take multiple loops before they even begin to understand what's happening to them.

There are many anime that feature unwilling time travelers standouts – including Re:Zero , Erased , and Tokyo Revengers – but only a specific subset either create a single closed loop that can't be changed, or multiple loops that require a condition to finally make time move forward normally again. In these loops, heroes fully realize the power of every decision they make.

10 The Mekakushi-Dan Are Doomed To Die In Every Loop

Mekakucity actors, produced by shaft, based on the original series of vocaloid songs by jin.

Mekakucity Actors full cast collage in an official anime key visual.

All Shintaro Kisaragi wanted was a new keyboard for his beloved computer. Instead, when he steps out of his house for the first time in years, he's caught up in an attack at his local department store – and that's the least stressful part of his day. Escaping draws him into the world of the Mekakushi-Dan, a group of teens with mysterious powers.

Mekakucity Actors more or less follows the plot established by the original Kagerou Project music videos starring the same characters. It also shares the reveal that many of the Mekakushi-Dan, Shintaro included, have been stuck in time loops caused by a mysterious character named Marry, sending them through the same events thousands of times over, trying in vain to keep it from ending in their deaths. Shintaro's dormant ability turns out to be pivotal to saving them all: his Retaining Eyes unlock the memories of every past loop .

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9 Yoshikage Kira Covers His Tracks With Time Loops And Explosions

Jojo’s bizarre adventure, produced by david productions, based on the original manga by hirohiko araki.

Yoshikage Kira in Diamond is Unbreakable looking down with a menacing expression.

The climax of Part 5, Golden Wind, sees the heroic but ruthless Giorno also utilize a terrifying time loop to dispatch the villain for good.

While Diamond is Unbreakable isn't a time loop anime in a traditional sense, its climax centers around the villain's ability to create individual deadly loops. Serial killer Yoshikage Kira has one of the scariest Stands in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure : Killer Queen. Naturally, he uses it to commit grisly murders, and its secondary weapon, Bites the Dust, covers his tracks. It's how Kira has kept his identity secret for so many years.

Bites the Dust is automatically implanted in a host's body when the host, purposefully or accidentally, discovers Kira's identity. If the host spills the beans in any way, Bites the Dust first blows them up, then the people they talked to, and finally time itself. It creates a loop of the previous hour before it went off, with everyone blown up and destined to die again at the end of that hour, with only the original host aware of what's happening, but unable to say anything for fear of setting the Stand off again.

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8 Higurashi's Cast Are Stuck In Loop After Deadly Loop

Higurashi: when they cry, produced by studio deen & passione, based on the visual novels by ryukishi07.

Higurashi When They Cry cast, including Keiichi, Satoko, Rika, Rena, and Mion walking

Higurashi is one of the most famous horror anime ever made , and not only because of its complex time loop structure. Based on a series of equally popular murder mystery visual novels, it ostensibly centers around Keiichi Maebara, who's just moved to Hinamizawa village. As he gets to know some of the local girls, he discovers bloody, awful surprises around every corner.

It quickly becomes apparent that Keiichi, though unfortunate, is secondary to the girls of Hinamizawa. Trapped in time loops, they struggle to find a way to escape . Rika Furude, Satoko Hojo, and the other kids are driven to murder, torture, and all manner of other horrific things. If they're given a possible hint about a way of ending the loops, they'll jump on it at any cost.

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7 Rintarou Okabe Needs One Perfect Loop To Save His Friend

Steins;gate, produced by white fox, based on the visual novel by 5pb & nitroplus.

Steins;Gate key art featuring Okabe and Kurisu against a black and white collage of different moments throughout the anime.

Rintarou Okabe would have been perfectly happy to be left alone in his lab, messing with his gadgets and toying with the fabric of space and time. When he stumbles onto the dead body of a dear friend, they are both saved by a text message from Okabe's future self. Now, Okabe and company must work quickly to figure out all the secrets of time travel before the shadowy organization after his discovery gets to them, too.

It's hard to count all the crazy things that happen in Steins;Gate . Okabe's journey to master time travel and save his friend's life is, realistically, not straightforward, even if he does start the show with a groundbreaking discovery, reprogramming his microwave to send emails to the past. It takes numerous trial-and-error loops, help from other friends, and other experiments before finally working.

6 Nana Daiba Dreams Of An Eternal Stage

Shoujo kageki revue starlight, produced by kinema citrus, originally created by bushiroad.

The first step to escaping a time loop is the protagonist realizing they're trapped in one in the first place, which is easier said than done. The seventh episode of Revue Starlight , "Nana Daiba", throws viewers for a loop when it's revealed what's been going on. One would never expect the comic relief character called Banana to have secretly trapped her entire school in a time loop to redo their class performance of Starlight eternally.

Like many theater kids, Nana has fond memories of her high school production. When she wins Top Star, she wishes for the power to keep herself and her class in that happy piece of time forever, protected from the ravages and disappointments of adult life, and she's kept restarting the loop so many times that even the giraffe doesn't know how long it’s been going on. Hikari is a spanner in the works Nana didn’t anticipate, but she's determined not to let her get in the way of her vision — or her own cherished place in her classmates' lives.

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5 Haruhi Suzumiya's Powers Extend To Endless Time Loops

The melancholy of haruhi suzumiya, produced by kyoto animation, based on the light novels by nagaru tanigawa.

One of the biggest anime of the 2000s wasn't a time loop show for most of its runtime. However, late in season 2 of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya , one of the most infamous story arcs in anime sparks a big one. The Endless Eight literally lasts near-endlessly in-universe, but it certainly felt endless for viewers in real life as well.

Haruhi never wants her summer with the SOS Brigade to end, so she unconsciously uses her reality-bending powers to trap them in a loop. Many time loop anime don't put a number to their loop cycles, but Yuki can: Haruhi forces everyone to relive the same two weeks 15,532 times. Because this was neither advertised nor explained while it was first airing, audiences were caught in the loop as well, repeating the same events over and over for eight straight weeks.

4 Kyousuke's Class Is Trapped In Loops Of Regret

Girls go around, created by chido eita.

Official artwork from Girls Go Around featuring the main cast standing against a sunny sky.

Kyousuke Sayama was completely cool with having a boring and uneventful high school career. Unfortunately for him, he's the only one: his classmates are so distraught at the idea that they didn't make the most of their teenage years that they form multiple time loops trapping them in their regret. It’s up to Kyousuke to free them and help them all move forward.

Kyousuke works with the creator of the looping phenomenon until he's pinpointed and solved each girl's regret and its cause , similar to the conflict found in Bunny-Girl Senpai and Bakemonogatari . Slowly and steadily, all are determined to finally face life after high school.

3 Time Loops Are Business As Usual For Princess Rishe

7th time loop produced by studio kai & hornets, based on the light novels by touko amekawa.

Rishe gets engaged to her killer in 7th Time Loop

The first time Rishe was betrayed and exiled by her fiancé, the crown prince, she was heartbroken. The seventh time, she's not only completely unbothered but mashing the A button to speed through his dialogue: she's got big plans for this latest reincarnation and no time to waste. To her surprise, she winds up engaged to the prince the next kingdom over: the man who, in her last life, plunged the world into war and killed Rishe herself.

One of the newest entries in the time loop subgenre, 7th Loop is already gaining popularity halfway through its first season. By the time viewers meet her, Rishe has acquired the skills, knowledge, and experiences of six different lives, which she utilizes every chance she gets. Though the politics and dark sides of her new kingdom are intimidating, Rishe is determined to save not only the world but her enigmatic fiancé, who has much more to him than she expected.

2 The Narrator Loops His College Years Over & Over

The tatami galaxy, produced by madhouse, based on the original novel by tomihiko morimi.

The Narrator and friends get into more time travel shenanigans in the 2022 sequel, Tatami Time Machine Blues.

Most people have high expectations of their college years, and plenty of people wish they could go back and change things now that they know better. The unreliable narrator of The Tatami Galaxy actually gets the chance, several times over. In the pursuit of a rose-colored college life, he turns back time to try new paths through his youth, determined to find the perfect one.

However, perfection isn't easy, and the narrator is quick to blame everyone around him for his misfortunes. The real purpose of the loop is to force him to take a good, hard look at himself and realize that the one who needs to change the most is him. Attentive viewers will notice that the people close to him change in appearance as the show goes on to reflect his new perspective — one closer to reality.

1 Homura Has Been Forever Changed By Her Endless Loops

Puella magi madoka magica, produced by studio shaft.

For most of the series, Homura Akemi is hellbent on making sure Madoka absolutely does not make a contract to become a magical girl, and neither Madoka nor the audience has any idea why. At least, not until episode 10, which reveals Homura's backstory and her powers. She can reverse time, which she's been doing to relive the days leading up to Madoka's contract and inevitable doom.

In the first timeline, all the main characters were magical girls, with Homura the odd one out. When all of them were killed, Homura contracted with Kyubey and made her wish to save Madoka's life, only to fail countless times, watching Madoka die or become a world-destroying witch. This reveal recontextualizes Homura's entire character and the show itself, and, most importantly, gives Madoka the key she needs to make a final decision that changes both the past and future.

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There's more to the mystery genre than just Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie. If you love detectives, crime, and tricky questions and you're also an anime fan, you need to be watching mystery anime.

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Satoru Fujinuma has the ability to travel backward in time. At first, he simply uses this to correct small mistakes, but one day he's transported to his childhood with a mission - he must figure out who took his classmates' life, and rescue her. 

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A teenage boy finds a magical notebook that lets him take people's lives, and he uses it to exact justice on criminals. Meanwhile, a world class detective does everything he can to stop him. 

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The Armed Detective Agency is home to a group of detectives who all have powers based on literary figures or works. Using these powers, they solve cases and deal with problems caused by the Port Mafia - and larger forces that seek to destroy them both.

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  • Time loop anime offer exciting scenarios and psychological themes as characters re-experience past events and face the toll it takes on their minds.
  • Each anime in this genre brings something unique to the table, providing variety and special appeal despite their similarities.
  • From mysterious islands to tragic deaths, time loops are explored in different ways, showcasing the consequences of time travel and the growth of characters as they learn from their actions.

Time loop anime refer to shows where a character or group of characters re-experience a period of time they have already lived through. These setups make for very exciting scenarios and developments, even though each is an altered iteration of a fixed timeline. Anime under this category also tend to have psychological themes , as repeating the same outcomes over and over again places a significant toll on the mind.

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They have been explored in different ways by different anime, and as a result, there is a lot of variety in how the theme is approached. Each anime on this list has something different to offer, giving them a special appeal despite their similarities.

10 Summertime Rendering

Summer Time Rendering Ashio Shinpei

Summertime Rendering is an exciting anime set on the mysterious Hitogashima island. The protagonist, Junpei, is faced with the island's absurdities firsthand after returning for the funeral of his childhood friend Ushio. After learning of mysterious beings called shadows and their role in taking the lives of people on the island, Jupei resolves to do something about it and stop the phenomenon from occurring ever again.

Though it seems like a great task, he is aided by some resourceful characters, as well as his handy ability to travel back in time to a certain point after being killed. Using this special ability, Junpei struggles bravely against the shadows and does everything he can to find out the truth about his friend’s death.

9 In Search Of The Lost Future

In Search Of The Lost Future

In Search of the Lost Future is an anime with great mystery that tells of the adventures of Uchihama Academy’s astronomy club and their different activities over the course of the series, such as following up on ghost stories, preparing for the cultural festival, and dealing with agitation between other clubs.

The central event of the anime forward is the death of club member Kaori Sasaki, who is involved in an accident after confessing to the protagonist Sou Akiyama. That is not the end of her story, however, as she arrives at school in perfect condition the next day, with many seemingly unaware of her tragic fate. This sets the tone for a series of mysterious events that, though they occur in isolation, are actually more connected than you think.

8 The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

Haruhi Suzumiya in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya is arguably Kyoto Animations' most popular work from the mid to late 2000s. It is centered around a self-centered tyrant named Haruhi and her clubmates, who were mostly coerced into joining.

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Though the main focus of the anime doesn’t involve time travel, it is famous for a stretch of episodes occurring in its second season dubbed the Endless Eight . During this period, the characters were stuck in a time loop that all but one of them was initially aware of, and before they could break out of it, they had to repeat the same events for eight episodes in which they looped 15,532 times.

7 Sakurada Reset

sakurada reset

The time loops in Sakurada Reset are mainly conducted by a girl named Misora Haruki. Like many others in her city, she possesses a special ability and is able to reset time up to three days prior. Unfortunately, even she is unaware of the times she makes use of this power and has to be made aware by Kei Asai, the main protagonist with a photographic memory.

Due to his ability, he is able to retain information before she loops, and together they join the Service Club dedicated to helping people around them. After joining, however, they are employed by the Administration Bureau and end up getting caught up in a larger, more complex scheme that could have significant consequences on the fate of their town.

6 The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

Makoto in The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time is a classic directed by Mamoru Hosoda about a girl who comes across a device that allows her to travel back in time after jumping in the air with some momentum. Released in 2006, it was animated by Studio Madhouse and tells of the grave consequences of time travel and the unfortunate events that can occur if abused.

Though the protagonist, Makoto, doesn’t put the world in danger or cause an apocalyptic event, she endangers the lives of her friends by trying to solve every trivial problem by going back in time. Her growth is put on full display, however, as character development see’s her learn from her actions and take the necessary steps to correct her mistakes.

5 Tatami Galaxy

Tatami Galaxy

Tatami Galaxy is a more lighthearted part of the genre which focuses on university life with a romantic subtext. The main protagonist, usually referred to as “Watashi” and not by his actual name, is a disgruntled third-year Kyoto University student whose life at the university is examined under different circumstances.

Though not a traditional time loop, Tatami Galaxy tells the story of what would happen to Watashi’s university days if he belonged to a different student society in his freshman year. This occurs over multiple iterations across the 12-episode anime, and Watashi is initially unaware that he is looping through different experiences. The anime has a unique art form and is famous for its fast-paced dialogue, also animated by Madhouse.

4 Higurashi: When They Cry

a drawing of some of the protagonists of Higurashi, as seen on the new anime adaptation

Higurashi: When They Cry is one of anime’s most iconic series in the horror and mystery genre . The story is centered around an ominous and mysterious village called Hinamizawa. A curse is believed to plague the area, and it is known as the force responsible for a series of murders and deaths that have been occurring for some time.

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The main character Keiichi Maebara is a relatively new inhabitant who initially got used to the peaceful life the village had to offer. However, after getting caught up in the curse and the town’s twisted nature, he is sent down a path of paranoia and bloodshed, set to repeat itself whenever a set of conditions is met.

3 Tokyo Revengers

Tokyo Revengers Main Characters Trivia Updated Feature Image

Tokyo Revengers is a more recent addition to the genre and has seen great success over the past few years. The main protagonist Takemichi Hanagaki is an unemployed 26-year old who most likely had his best years behind him. However, after learning of his past girlfriend’s death and being pushed in front of a train, he travels back in time to the highest point of his life and is given a small window of opportunity to save her.

After trying to influence events as much as he can, he returns to the future and finds out that his actions are capable of changing the timeline. He also discovers that he can make this jump multiple times and, as a result, moves between the past and the present in order to save his middle school sweetheart and prevent other tragic events.

Subaru holding a knife

Re: Zero is an isekai with multiple subplots and a diverse cast of interesting characters, with the protagonist Natsuki Subaru at the center of it all. What makes Subaru special is that he has the useful yet painful power of returning to a certain point in the past whenever he dies .

His power, however, is limited by the fact that he is not allowed to tell anyone of his abilities. This makes navigating through death flags very difficult, as he can sometimes be seen as crazed when trying to convince others to take certain actions. The ability also takes a great toll on his mental state as he has been forced to watch many of his comrades die repeatedly in gruesome ways. He has also been put through many painful ordeals himself.

1 Steins;Gate

Steins;Gate Kurisu and Rintarou

Steins;Gate is one of the most highly acclaimed anime ever released, and its focus is on time travel , giving special attention to the consequences of changing the past and the paradoxes that arise from it. The protagonist, Okabe Rintarou, is a self-proclaimed mad scientist, and after discovering that he can send messages to the past, Rintarou finds himself in a large conflict with different parties attempting to acquire the device he uses.

After some modification which allows him to send memories to the past, it essentially becomes a time travel device. With these capabilities, Rintarou uses it to prevent tragic events, such as the death of Kurisu Makise, from occurring. However, after failing repeatedly, he finds himself in a complex loop with tragedy at every corner.

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The eccentric mad scientist Okabe, his childhood friend Mayuri, and the otaku hacker Daru have banded together to form the Future Gadget Research Laboratory, and spend their days in a ramshackle laboratory hanging out and occasionally attempting to invent incredible, yet generally useless, futuristic gadgets. However, their claymore is a hydrator and their hair dryer flips breakers, and the only invention that’s even remotely interesting is their Phone Microwave, which transforms bananas into oozing green gel. But when an experiment goes awry the gang discovers that the Phone Microwave can also send text messages to the past. And what's more, the words they send can affect the flow of time and have unforeseen, far-reaching consequences...

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Hutai says....

the Main Character in both shows go back in time to prevent something horrible that will happen in the future

Camimok says...

because both of them use time treveler...and i really recomd this to you guys who want to watch,no i really want all of you to watch this bote anime

Oneisin says...

There is some reflection, a sci-fi atmospheer, the main characters wants to save someone, he got a power he doesn't understand... Realyif you enjoyed steins;gate just go on!

geoisevil says...

Both have a focus on time travel and using it to save people, which has its consequences. As of writing this ERASED only has one episode out, so it's hard to tell if there will be more similarities to come, but from just the first episode I knew that this show had the potential to become as great as Steins;Gate.

goldenphoenix101 says...

It's hard to talk about ERASED without spoiling much, suffice to say there are a lot of very similar themes between it and Steins;Gate, and if you enjoyed one, you will definitely like the other

Mikasa201 says...

Erased is more serious and dramatical, while Steins Gate is a comedy. But time travel theme and rescuing loved ones makes them pretty similiar. So if you like Erased, you definitely should try Steins Gate. Mwahahahaha!

OrangeCrust says...

Similar dark storyline with helpless protagonist. Time travel oriented, but the concept of time travel is flawed in that the protagonist is powerless to do anything but simply watch events go by.

jrl921 says...

Both deal with time travel and trying to change the past to save someone. Erased is more actual time travel where as steins gate is sending messages into the past to change time. Though its still airing as of this recommendation Erased is jumped its way to one of my all time favorites with steins gate, if the rest of the story stays in this direction its gonna be great. Stories and obessions the main characters have in righting the past help elevate both shows to the top for me.

chibiuwuu says...

Both animes have an element of phsychology, mystery and time-travel, well thought out plots, and tragedy.

chasm says...

Drama, comedy, a tiny bit (LOL) of time travel, these two have quite a few similarities while still maintaining unique plots and good pacing

frp says...

Both of them deal with MC using time travel to save his loved ones. Time travel part in Steins;Gate is much better however.

ScarletRain says...

Both has time traveling theme. Protagonists are doing everything to prevent bad things and save his friends from danger.

DanDoubleL says...

The two have similarly unique twists to the time travel genre- rather than physically travelling to the past, the protagonists find themselves in their younger bodies, whether by a few days or by decades, with knowledge of the future.

gintama says...

Both are quite similar. The protagonist travels back into the past to save his loved ones. I enjoyed both these anime.

YuiYui says...

Both follow someone who travels in timein order to prevent something from happening in the timeline that they sit in, even if it risks their future. Both mains are quite determined characters who won't stop and will do anything for what they want to occur, they also both have a more serious approach to this idea.

LadyPsychic says...

Both anime deal with time travel (albiet in different ways).  The protangonists of both series try to save the people they care about.  Both series have great production values and can get rather intense at times.  If you like one of these series then you should check out the other.

notoriousj0e says...

Although both Steins;Gate and ERASED are science fiction anime dealing with time travel to some degree, that is not the reason that these two anime are so great. Both manage to tell a gripping story without any action. Time travel is touched on in both anime, Steins;Gate to a larger degree, but that doesn't define the anime. With only a moderate suspensiion of disbelief, ERASED and Steins;Gate offer intricately woven tales withrealistic and relateable(mostly) characters. Both are excellent, and while Steins;Gate is cemented as a classic in the anime world, ERASED may be on its way to doing the same. I would reccommend either in a heartbeat.

luckie13 says...

The most obvious fact you should watch these two shows is that they both use time travel to prevent something from happening. That is true however the time travels work slightly differently and the two shows offer a slightly different take on time travel, in Erased it seems involuntary wheras in Steins; gate they are actively trying to travel in time. Both stories are rather bittersweet, but I must admit that Erased is slightly easier to get into as the first 9 or so episodes of Steins;gate is character development. Don't let that discourage you, both shows are worth watching, and even if at the end you find Erased disappointing, you can still formulate your own opinions about it without being brainwashed by the internet.

Silvrex says...

These two animes are so similar. Erased and Steins;Gate both use time in order to save someone. Both animes gives you the plot twists and feels. Definitely recommended.

Chitaka says...

Both Erased and Steins;Gate involve multiple leaps of time travel by one person to try and save the lives of one or more other people. They both have a similar suspense and strategic approach to changing the future and they both show just how much some "insignificant" actions can affect the future at large. Steins;Gate however has a more scientific approach however and it gives much more explanation of just how the time traveling works

Aerythrin says...

These are both time-travel anime which focus on the main character working to save the life of a dear friend (Steins;Gate) or someone they feel sorry for (ERASED). The art styles are different, but both shows are filled with tension and twists.

Nauman says...

They both are capable of giving you them feels and are slightly romantic with time traveling and twists throughout their stories. I would say they both are sad+beautiful.

sengir4 says...

Both deal with time travel, and the issues that arise from not taking those ramifications seriously. Both very suspenseful, and take you on a wild ride, with plenty of twists and turns.

sunnysuraj says...

Both revolve around concepts of time travel and the complicated way that reality can be altered by those who partake in it. They take different approaches, but they both manage to do so in a way that's inventive and interesting. Steins;Gate is a little more comical at first, while ERASED has a serious tone from the beginning with small moments of humor. Steins;Gate is a tad bit more psychological, as well. 

DeltaWillow says...

Steins gate is by far the greatest time-travel anime. Just like Eresed the protagonist makes many mistakes inwhich he has to fix.

Oblithian says...

Like Steins;Gate Erased has it's own unique executions on the basic time-loop plot. If you love time Time-Loops, you will like both. Erased has a broader appeal, so it is more likely you would enjoy it coming from Steins;Gate, than the opposite.

Jqwhippet says...

Steins Gate starts a little slow than ERASED but both of these series are have got Brilliant Scenario. When you start watching you lose time tracking. Highly recommended.  Must Watch!!

Itsukie says...

Both anime are around time travel,  and the reason for the travel is the same.

Save the ones who are important to them.

I think if you like Steins;Gate you are most likely to like Erased , or the other way around, since both animes are on the same topic.

Another thing that occours in both animes is that both main characters  have "enemies" , therefore forcing the main character to change the past a couple of times.

Stormia says...

time travel and time problems and every thing about time

and friends helping each others

Sky4U says...

Both anime have a time travel aspect. That makes them similar. In addition, both main characters try to save a person close to them.

DesuChan51 says...

They are able to travel through time with one goal in mind. They are both tragic, and aim to save someone who could not save themselves. However, Erased is a little more serious.

howtoprocrastinate says...

Both of the main characters have abilities that allow them to time travel. Both shows unwravel the mysteries behind a character's death. 

Dellsimkin says...

Well that's hard to describe without spoilers so to keep it short and simple It's a drama and a mystery and it involves time travel or I mean they involve these things.

asteritz says...

Both Steins; Gate and Erased have the same general plot of time traveling in order to save someone.

qriq says...

Well both are like going back in time to save someone and stuff..You might like it though both are good

XxTheLordxX says...

Both of them Are about Time lines and that u must not change things way too much but u still need to change things they both have the same kind of mistery that makes you think whithout stop about what will happen

irlydontknow says...

They share the similarities as going back in time after something bad happens, so mainly going back in time is the connection between the two

MapleBoy says...

They both revolve around time travel elements

although steins gate focuses mainly on the consequrnces of time travel and how time is cruel, erased focuses on how time travel can be used to help people

Soapbubble says...

Because everyone else says you will lol so yeahhh just writing some stufff lalalalala why do they have to be 100 characters long sheesh thats huge

Neoa says...

time travel yes

KYUSK says...

The both animes have time travel 

Perruche says...

Both anime involve time travel in order to change what just happened or what will happen. Both main characters have a sense of duty and want to make the world a better place

GeminiRabbit says...

Both of the main characters travel back in time multiple times in order to save their friend from death.


  • TV (13 eps x 25 min)

Everyone has regrets in life. So who wouldn't take the chance to change the past if given the opportunity? When sixteen-year-old Takamiya Naho receives a mysterious letter, claiming to be from her twenty-seven-year-old self, her life is suddenly thrown into flux. The letter tells her that a new transfer student by the name of Naruse Kakeru will be joining her class, and to keep her eye on him. But why? Naho must decide what to make of the letter and its cryptic warning, and what it means not only for her future, but for Kakeru's as well.

  • Death of a Loved One
  • Mental Illness
  • School Life
  • Supernatural
  • Transfer Students
  • Unrequited Love
  • Based on a Manga

Watch online

Reasons you might like Orange ...

Phyren says....

Ever since I read the tags, I noticed a similarity. Both have to do with influences from the future. It's not exactly time traveling in Orange's case, but it works its way through letters. I can guarantee that both will have you on the edge of your seat, even though Erased has a bit more exitement; But Orange brings the most tears and has you begging for the next episode to be released!

Wowgirl38 says...

Erased and Orange both follow a similar theme of regret and hope to change the future. Both feature lovable characters who are eager to help their friends. They feature future settings where the characters are adults and past settings as children attending school. 

an1m3niac says...

The shows are similar because both main characters try to prevent bad things from happening. Both anime have time travel aspects and are very dramatic

Epimondas says...

In many ways, this is a near mirror image of each other.  The main differences are the focus, and how the past is changed.  One travels literally back in time and the other somehow sends a message.  I would add Frequency here, but that is a live action movie, yet it has a similar theme too and a very similar reason for desiring to change the past.  Erased is set more like a heavy drama/thriller style, while Orange is more like a Drama/Tragedy/Love story kind of feel.  Orange brings up more philisophical questions about "if one could change their past..." or "redo something", but Erased doesn't really delve into such a question but instead was more like a happenstance or lucky accident opportunity he takes advantage of, while Orange gives the impression it was more planned out ahead of time which you get a pretty good sense of right from the opening of episode one.  Erased was kind of a bit more like the movie, Retroactive, where everytime he tries to fix something, many other things go wrong.  I could also say both deal with regret but honestly it was not so much in Erased as it was in Orange.  In Erased, he felt more regret about what happened to his mother after the fact but regret from the past didn't play as much into it cause he could have done little about it until he got the chance to do it over.  He might have had more regret interfering in a way since he paid a heavy price himself, though the regret might be if he could have done it differently.  Orange deals with the regret of multiple characters while Erased is mainly about the main character.

MrKimchi says...

A Bit of Spoiler alert................................................



So Orange and Erased, both have a time travel kind of thing. Except the small difference is on Erased, he actually goes back in the future, and Orange where they get letters from the future. They're both about saving someone, though erased has a better storyline and plot i believe. Both animations are great in my opinion. I might have cried only once to Erased probably not at all, but I do remember being very intrigued by this anime. Orange, it made me cry for sure 3 times, It just connected somehow. I'm not gonna go too in-depth, i tried to make this recommendation simple. Anyways enjoy your anime. I recommend both ways. Im not a very hardcore reviewer/recommender who goes over every detail

strangelookingcat says...

Both deal with some sort of time travel and relationship regrets. Not to mention love triangles. "Orange" is much more slice-of-life whereas "Erased" is an intense mystery thriller.

ch0p5tixmast3r says...

Both stories involve time travel and changing the past for a better future. Orange and Erased have a similar pace, are character driven, and have a mild amount of suspense involved in whether or not things can be changed. 

rabxn says...

Both anime uses a kind of time travel (i guess you can say..) in order to try to fix their pasts by trying to save someone.

YariMari says...

In both, the MC's goal is to save a life by using means of timetravel. Erased is more of an intense thriller, while Orange is a drama - but they are still very similar when it comes to theme.

edgarruv says...

Same idea different stories

one of the big differences is that the anagonist in erased more active in figuring out how to get to the solution

in Orange the main character struggles to find a solution by them self and requires help

all together very good stories

talaalfraih says...

both of Orange and ERASED talk about how frineds should be even if they don't know each other for a long time they're still your friends and they would do anything to save you even whats impossible 

and the 2 of them show you what would someone who loves you do and there is always some worried about you where or whenever you are you're not alone  

if u liked Orang you HAVE to watch ERASED

if u liked ERASED you HAVE to watch Orange

subparalien says...

Both involve characters trying their best to change the future.

ERASED is far more dramatic, with more plot.

Orange focuses more on depression and suicide.

Both have well done characters.

Inu230 says...

If you enjoyed the plotline of changing the past consider giving ERASED a watch. Orange and ERASED deal with regrets in the future that could be prevented by altering events from the past. The main characters struggle with the conundrum of how changing the past changes the future which promted the need or desire to change the past. The characters with the ability to alter the past learn about deep scars in the lives of those they are trying to help. They gradually accept that not everything can or should be changed.

Both Orange and Erased have the plot idea of saving someone by using some method of time travel.

ShiroHatake says...

Both stories cover mature themes like suicide and murder. Both stories have a romance component. Both stories are in a modern context, but have a time travel aspect to the show that is used to try and change the past to help someone the main characters care about. 

LUCIIIII says...

Both animes have the idea of Time-Traveling, evnthough Orange is in letters while Erased more in person

Timed says...

I see both of these series very good. To start, both of these series have a "timline" which is the path that the main character took initially in their lives. From that point, they are then given the chance to change the outcome of their future by doing what they can to prevent the death of someone that is close to them in a school setting by keeping an eye on what happens. By doing this, they are not repeating the same actions that were done with their inital life which has made them feel a lot of regret by knowing they could have changed the outcome by choices they made previously.

Both of these shows involve a protagonist who tries to stop their friend by dying by either time travel or from notes from their future selves.

souravojha says...

you must watcn,the characterization and story is awesome, if you love old school romance, friends like family

Re:ZERO: Starting Life in Another World

Re:ZERO: Starting Life in Another World

  • TV (25 eps)

Natsuki Subaru, an ordinary high school student, is on his way home from the convenience store when he finds himself transported to another world. As he's lost and confused in a new world where he doesn't even know left from right, the only person to reach out to him was a beautiful girl with silver hair. Determined to repay her somehow for saving him from his own despair, Subaru agrees to help the girl find something she's looking for...

  • Dark Fantasy
  • Person in a Strange World
  • Summoned Into Another World
  • Explicit Violence
  • Based on a Light Novel

Reasons you might like Re:ZERO: Starting Life in Another World ...

Beebo says....

Both have time travel themes. Both protagonists want to use it to save people. Both allow graphic violence.

ColeCooper says...

Their both pretty similar, more than likely if you have watched one you'll definitly like the other. In my opinion they're  both really good so far. Considering that Zero only has 6 episodes out for me.

imhawt says...

Erased was a facinating anime and will leave the viewer with a well written story that doesn't end the way you might expect it to end.

hotspot says...

Both anime deal with the protagonist going back in time on numerous occasions, to try and fix the past. He ventures back in time, so he can save the lives of people that he cares about.

KiraKiraSoul says...

Both protagonists use time travel multiple times in the hopes of saving the lives of their friends. The characters are easy to empathise with and strive to uncover the mysteries surrounding their circumstances.

The stories both focus on one guy who time travels (or perhaps dimension jumps, not clear on what Subaru does yet) and works in order to save others from a grisly end. Mysteries both unravel as the series goes on, but so far the character development in RE:Zero is superior.

FullmetalDragon says...

Time travel and feels. Need I say any more? Both are very good, with likeable characters and some psychological elements.

hamletsmage says...

Although the settings of these two anime are vastly different, they do share a few plot devices. The main one being a protagonist who can reset timelines, and does so in order to save himself and others. Both anime also show the struggle the protagonist has with keeping that power secret from those he is trying to save. Both also feature violence and death, though I'd say Re:Zero is a tad more graphic. 

JonnySQ says...

Erased and Zero heavily rely on character relationships in order to progress and motivate a timetraveling main character, and that only through these binding relationships do the characters find out the mysteries of how to save themselves and everyone around them. With time traveling/return by death, both shows further investigate secondary characters in more depth and to figure out their situation more completely in order to conquer the current feat at hand.

Jarubakit says...

I just want to agree on this recommendation to help out. Now I'm just filling up hundred characters.

Sul says...

Pretty sure everyone else have covered everything so far about the similiarities plot wise. So, just watch it.

LastGamer13 says...

Both main characters have ability to go back in time, they both try super hard to protect people around them.

TallyCrow says...


I started with that work because one of the main themes in both of these Anime is Time and things revolving around going back in time and re-writing history . Although the circumstances are differently. 

Both Male main protagonists didn't ask for this situation and they didn't know what to do half of the time but they did learn to cope with it in time... ha ha... 

Also in both there was slight Romance revolving around the main characters. 

LeoDiNovae says...

I love this type of story where the protagonist is trying to change the past. In ERASED we have a great layer of drama, great pace and amazing characters

Weebbullet99 says...

 both the animes show a very similar concepts, of saving a character from death and changing the future. Both the protangist have similar time munpilative abilities. So if you liked one of the anime, chances are that you would enjoy the second one as well.

NightRavenLT says...


Kamiofdreams says...

Both of the anime are very similar that it has to do with a main character trying to change the course of destiny through a power that they have. The premise for both isn't exactly clear at the start but as the story continues, it becomes more clear that both characters want to do what they believe is right. 

your name.

  • Movie (1 ep x 107 min)

Mitsuha and Taki are two total strangers living completely different lives. But when Mitsuha makes a wish to leave her mountain town and for the bustling city of Tokyo, they become connected in a bizarre way. She dreams she is a boy living in Tokyo while Taki dreams he is a girl from a rural town he’s never been to. What does their newfound connection mean? And how will it bring them together?

  • Body Swapping
  • Gender Bender
  • Opposites Attract
  • Original Work

Reasons you might like your name. ...

I can see some similarities to this show at least among anime.  Both involve disasters or sad tragedies caused by multiple deaths.  Both involve time travel and switching bodies though in one case he switches or steps into his own past, where that conscious that was there original goes is hard to say.  Both involve some form of communication to the past or past selves in order to stop the disaster/tragedy.  Both stories are heavy dramas with elements of romance, tragedy, and mystery.

Nyatah says...

In both animes you have this 'time travelling- aspect'.They're both about this impossible love, sperated thorugh time.

Astelia says...

The are both about travelling though time and space with a bit of romance. I think that if you liked Kimi no Na wa you are sure to enjoy Boku dake ga inai Machi and vice versa. Although graphics in Kimi no Na wa are truly incredible, Erased has an interesting detective storyline. I recommend both of them.

Maranee says...

A protagonist, switches between different realities in order to change the past, save someone he cares for and prevent a tragedy. Both anime are about children, their friendships and first romances and people who don’t give up on their goals.  

Raveena02 says...

Both feature time travelling however the aspect of switching bodies is unique to your name. Erased follows a more mysterious route so if your looking for more mystery definitely recommend. Your name is more light hearted our of the noth and features stunning animation. Erased's OP is an absolute banger though!

benpai69 says...

I don't really consider ERASED to be about romance in the same way that Your name is, but both are pretty novel takes on time travel-like fiction, and they're both some of my favorite anime content

towerroad says...

Both are very emotinal stories about time traveling, while one depends more on romance than the other.

Arkslayer64 says...

Great animation on both with amazing twists. They also both deal with time travel. Even if you don't normally watch anime like these I definitely still recommend giving them a try.

They both have great animation, with a big twist at the end of the story.

Plus they both have a sparkle of romance.

Drpx1 says...

Both fit well with the idea of changing the past. While Erased is more on the darker side, Your name is comical and yet has just as interesting drama. Both with ties in changing the past to save a person, thoughYour name is certainly more romantic than Erased. they make a good follow up from one or the other.

samguine says...

They both revolve around time travel, death, and saving someone else. ERASED has more of a detective aspect, but nevertheless, if you enjoyed one you're bound to enjoy the other! 

emmbun says...

both animes have a similar plot, time travel to save a loved one. though ERASED has more mystery then your name does, your name makes up for it with adding more romance. the charaters have more personalites then some animes main leads and a really satisfying ending :)

jeremykral666 says...

Absolutely love and recommend the show, wished that it lasted longer then it did but it definitely worth the time watching. 

Kaiten456 says...

Both follow the key concept of travelling through time to save a dead person, and both are defintely classics. Both have really good stories and plot twisters.

Tokyo Revengers

Tokyo Revengers

Takemichi Hanagaki is a freelancer that's reached the absolute pits of despair in his life. He finds out that the only girlfriend he ever had in his life that he dated in middle school, Hinata Tachibana, had been killed by the ruthless Tokyo Manji Gang. The day after hearing about her death, he's standing on the station platform and ends up being pushed over onto the tracks by a herd of people. He closes his eyes thinking he's about to die, but when he opens his eyes back up, he somehow had gone back in time 12 years. Now that he's back living the best days of his life, Takemichi decides to get revenge on his life by saving his girlfriend and changing himself that he'd been running away from.

  • Delinquents
  • Second Chance

Reasons you might like Tokyo Revengers ...

Pika90 says....

they almost consist of the same story. I loved erased when i saw it because one it is only 12 eps long and second the story is great except the end everything is just fine but o can't say that for tokyo revengers because it only has one episode released but it has the same plot.

Both involve the protagoniat travelling back in time to save a friend from being murdered.

lainskywalker11 says...

Both have the pretty similar concept of going back in time to save someone from long ago. In ERASED's case, the main character goes back in time to save a girl that was murdered, as well as the other kids murdered by him. And Tokyo Revengers has the main character going back in time to save his middle school girlfriend

Stelbaby says...

Both MCs goals are to change the fates of another person and they use time travelling to fullfil it. 

komishouko says...

The plots are actually quite similar.

If you like time travel / Psychological then I recommend.

Tokyo Revengers is a bit deeper than Erased though and contains much more mature scenes.

YusufZabun97 says...

Both are about time travel and about saving someone from death from the past                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

lollygangster says...


Both focus on going back in the past to save someone, varying in intensity. I'd probably juxtapose Tokyo revengers as a "delinquent version of Erased" as Gigguk famously said

Philipjohn says...

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footsnatcher says...

I watched Erased and was thinking about how it was so similar to Tokyo Revengers in the prospects that the character's goal is to go back in time and save someone, to change the future. I recommend it to anyone who watched either show and is looking for a new resort.

Beth0410 says...

Both animes have the main characters able to time travel to change events in the past to save others lives. 

ayarocks says...

The same concept. People going back in time to save their loved ones from some kind of evil/danger. I highly recommend. Entertaining twists and good shock factor. 

skittles2774 says...

Both are great mysteries and have some little romance in them. I love these both and this is coming from someone who mostly watches and reads romance. 

The Promised Neverland

The Promised Neverland

  • TV (12 eps)

Emma, Norman, Ray, and many other "siblings" live at an isolated orphanage cut off from the outside world. They live a charmed life surrounded by friends and watched over by Mama, their caretaker, until they leave the house for a foster family by the age of twelve. The only rule is that they must never venture outside of the gate that isolates them from the rest of society, for dangers await. But one day, the children learn the true horror of what's in store for their short lives... 

  • Child Protagonists
  • Human Livestock
  • Isolated Society
  • Outside World
  • Domestic Abuse

Reasons you might like The Promised Neverland ...

Nitequil says....

Both series have an amazing story and have one strong similarity.

Emma, Ray, and Norman (from The Promised Neverland) are very intelligent children that go through difficult, and mature, steps to keep everyone safe in their toxic world filled with demons. Satoru Fujinuma (from ERASED) is also a child that goes through a difficult situation to keep his peers safe from a murderer. However, this story deals with time travel instead of demons. He returned to the past to help save his classmate, Kayo Hinazuki, from being murdered.

If you like suspense, mystery, action, and amazing animations: both are worth the watch (and read, too)!

Waldix says...

They both touch different emotions.. Anger, mystery, sadness, mindblows and are just extremely amazing with great stories!

Both are interesting thrillers involving children that will keep you at the edge of the seat. The background is probably different, but the themes are somewhat similar. I really recommend both of them.

InfinityTB says...

If you like thriller then i really suggest Erased too. Erased is a seinen about a 29 year old manga artist who experiences a "revival" and goes back in time to prevent a case of serial murders. Both of these stories have you on the edge of your seat

Sailnir says...

Both of these are thrillers about children having to face problems larger than themselves and they are both grand! If you like either one already then try the other out.

rAND0Manime says...

Both are psychological thrillers that involve children, and both keep you on the edge of your seat. So if you like one it's almost a guarantee you'll like the other!

legomantiny says...

Both were phenomenal anime. The Promised Neverland was great and had somethings in common with Erased. So if you liked The Promised Neverland then you might like Erased.

imabigpancake says...

Both are entrancing and really fun to watch. we see the characters figure something out that leads to their final goals. The endings leave you wanting more :)). 

Aysha05 says...

Mostly because they both have kids as main characters and the villains in both of them are adults. An other thing they have in common is that the adult villains in both the anime portray a nice and friendly front in front of everyone to decieve them and gain the trust of others.

ashly833 says...

They both have dark themes and deal with mind games. They both have children and or adults working together to face a huge problem that will heavily impact them all in the future. 

MlSF1T says...

They both have dark themes as dead involded in them, while TPN has the kids resolving their problems, in the ERASED you deal with time travel. Another similiarity of them is having adults as main antagonits.


26 years ago, something terrible happened in a middle school’s third year classroom. A popular, talented student named Misaki suddenly died, and the ramifications of that incident have caused each third year class since then to live in fear. It is now 1998, and Kouichi Sakakibara has just transferred into the notorious classroom, curious about the mysterious secret that his peers are hiding from him. He’s drawn to one enigmatic girl named Mei Misaki, a quiet student who wears an eye patch and warns him about getting involved with her, and continues to seek her out against the pleas of his classmates. And that’s when people begin to violently die...

  • Countryside
  • Physical Abuse

Reasons you might like Another ...

Baddie007 says....

Both maybe diffrent but they both ahre the same genre and both have a deep plot. Also, both characters have to stuggle to find the cause of the curses thaey have to undergo.

AnimeSpaceBR says...

  • Both excellent anime of mystery, with stories and remarkable characters, surely I recommend both   💙 😉 🌷  !! 

kherondale says...

The storyline is extremely different, but they are both horror and psychological animes, both anime will keep you guessing throughout runtime!

ERWT says...

SPOILER... maybe... just incase

The way the story misdirects you and the emotional impact you feel as these characters die avoidable deaths is masterfully crafted

016Ajmain says...

In both story's the hiro trys to save people and a girl always trys to be a lonely person.................................................................. 

S0meRand0 says...

both are very good plot twist types of animes. the type to make you want to binge watch, sit at the edge of your seat 

Both animes have a simlar atmosphere, and they both make you feel more intrigued and want to know what will happen next. 

triskellionquinn says...

Both Another and ERASED have a strong psychological story and a sense of desperation as the characters struggle to solve their individual mysteries in order to prevent further death among the people they know and care about.

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raenyX3 says...

both have kids trying to solve mysteries. i enjoyed both anime as they kept me on edge and made me try to guess what would happen.

Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day

Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day

  • TV (11 eps)

Long ago, young Meiko Honma tragically died and her tight-knit group of friends, shaken by the event, drifted apart. Now, ten years later, Meiko has re-appeared as a ghost that only Jinta, the former leader of the gang and an avid shut-in, can see. All she desires is for Jinta to fulfill her final wish so that she can move on to the afterlife, but with no memory of what it was, it’s up to the teenager to gather his former friends and discover what will allow his beloved friend to rest in peace. With so many feelings left unsaid, can this group work out their strife and help the ghost of the girl they once adored?

  • Childhood Friends
  • Coming of Age

Reasons you might like Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day ...

Jazzykk says....

Erased and AnoHana are initially quite similar. Both anime center around a group of childhood friends, where one of the girls died. In Erased, the main character goes back in time to try to save her. In AnoHana, the main character can see her spirit and tries to help her rest in peace. Erased will give you a very nostalgic feel as an adult in a child's body revisits the past. AnoHana has great character developement as the group of friends, who are now teens and have grown distant, deal with the resurfaced grief of losing their friend. Erased is more thriller whereas AnoHana is closer to slice of life. I would recommend both to anyone who liked the other.

In both anime the protagonist remembers his childhood and friends while trying to save a deceased female friend (using time travelling to change the past or wanting to fullfill her wish).

Both deal with regrets and a girl's death that impacted the main character's life, and their role and duty to do everything they can do to either change the fate or give last wishes for that exact girl.

singularity says...

Both of these animes are nostalgic, melancholy, slightly supernatural journies into the past. Erased is definitely darker and more mature, but both focus on the theme of righting an unintentional wrong in the past that changed the characters' lives forever. 

clemen says...

 They are both dramas, and although Anohana does not have the mystery tag, I kinda think it's a bit of a mystery.  Anohana Is a very good anime and is sad too just like Erased.  Anohana is not a super long anime wich is what I like, just like Erased. 

bollweval says...

Both have a back in time feel, it actually happens in ERASED and happens through memories in anohana

ccconstant says...

I feel as though the pacing and theme are somewhat consistent with each other, both are dramas with a mystery aspect to them, though I think people coming from Erased looking for a whodunnit should probably look elsewhere. 

Link Click

  • Web (11 eps x 23 min)

Using superpowers to enter their clientele’s photos one by one, Cheng Xiaoshi and Lu Guang take their work seriously at “Time Photo Studio,” a small photography shop set in the backdrop of a modern metropolis. Each job can be full of danger, but nothing is more important than fulfilling every order, no matter the scale…or peril involved!

  • Chinese Animation
  • Contemporary Fantasy
  • Superpowers
  • Urban Fantasy

Reasons you might like Link Click ...

Krazyjelly says....

Both animes touch upon the concept of travelling back into the past to fix/change the future outcome. While Link Click's main climax does not reveal itself until near the end of the first season, there is a similarity in plot where they have to solve a murder case. They both share elements of suspense, mystery, and end most episodes on cliffhangers - leaving viewers at the edge of their seat. 

azarathmz1 says...

Two words: time travel. 

Although it is done differently in both animes, the essence is still there. ERASED focuses on a single event while Link Click its a more one case per episode show, although it has its exceptions.

I can't put two animes in the same rec, but if you've read this far, you should watch Tokyo Revengers as well. 

ToeBeans405 says...

Similar themes of time travel in both, as well as a protagonist who wants to fix things in the past but things get messy quickly.

Frommidgard says...

Both series features time travel power, going back to past and saving a loved one, investigations, suspense and a psychopath hindering the main character's goals. The themes of both are also somehow similar.

Marley22 says...

Loved the story lines for both. They also both deal with time travel. Great plot as well. I have rewatched both series multiple times haha 

GabyOreo123 says...

ambos son de viajeros del tiempo que ayudan a alguien para evitar su muerte y hay muchas tragedias. uno es mas un policial de casos y el otro en alguien que esta tratando de descubrir al ascesino asi que ambos tienen ese misterio de encontrar al responsable

Zubaidah786 says...

 Both are quite dark animes that include feelings of mystery and suspense. Both are about the use of time travel and portray the use of it amazingly. Neither has romance in it but are still able to make you feel emotional through other relationships incorporated into the animes, like friendship and family. Both are in my most enjoyed animes!

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

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Makoto Konno is a somewhat foolish and tomboyish high school student who spends most of her time hanging out with her two male friends. Things change one day when she suddenly gains the ability to leap through time! At first, she uses her newfound ability to do things such as preventing her sister from stealing her dessert, cheating on a test, and singing Karaoke for 10 hours. However, the small alterations she makes to the timeline turn out to have unforeseen consequences that snowball into dramatic and lethal situations for her and those around her...

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Reasons you might like The Girl Who Leapt Through Time ...

Mielconejo says....

Both stories revolve around a character that suffers "jumps" backwards in time, for a short period of time in order to avoid or correct something that's happened. They both try to solve something that's not clear to the main character, and have some thrilling plot.

they differ from one another in the genre, but they are both really good animations and so far, ERASED promises to deliver some really great story development.

They have a lot in common. And both of them are interesting. Although I prefer Erased (my opinion may change with time).

TakumiWatanabe says...

I think they've got a lot in common.

Both story's are awesome and great and you'll have a great time watching them!

Both try to solve problems by traveling through time. Eventually they both roll in an emotional rollecoaster

If you like time travel you'll probally like Girl Who leapt through time, also there is a very nice romace element. Apart from that there is hardly many simularities that I can think of. 

Skylion says...

Both revolve around time travel and their consequences. They also both try convey great existential themes and are both an absolute joy to watch.

CandyLix says...

The main character travels through time, to fix events that would otherwise seemingly be aweful.

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Helping our customers through the CrowdStrike outage

Jul 20, 2024 | David Weston - Vice President, Enterprise and OS Security

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On July 18, CrowdStrike, an independent cybersecurity company, released a software update that began impacting IT systems globally. Although this was not a Microsoft incident, given it impacts our ecosystem, we want to provide an update on the steps we’ve taken with CrowdStrike and others to remediate and support our customers.  

Since this event began, we’ve maintained ongoing communication with our customers, CrowdStrike and external developers to collect information and expedite solutions. We recognize the disruption this problem has caused for businesses and in the daily routines of many individuals. Our focus is providing customers with technical guidance and support to safely bring disrupted systems back online. Steps taken have included:  

  • Engaging with CrowdStrike to automate their work on developing a solution.   CrowdStrike has recommended a workaround to address this issue and has also issued a public statement. Instructions to remedy the situation on Windows endpoints were posted on the Windows Message Center .   
  • Deploying hundreds of Microsoft engineers and experts to work directly with customers to restore services.   
  • Collaborating with other cloud providers and stakeholders, including Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Amazon Web Services (AWS), to share awareness on the state of impact we are each seeing across the industry and inform ongoing conversations with CrowdStrike and customers.  
  • Quickly posting manual remediation documentation and scripts found here .
  • Keeping customers informed of the latest status on the incident through the Azure Status Dashboard here .  

We’re working around the clock and providing ongoing updates and support. Additionally, CrowdStrike has helped us develop a scalable solution that will help Microsoft’s Azure infrastructure accelerate a fix for CrowdStrike’s faulty update. We have also worked with both AWS and GCP to collaborate on the most effective approaches.    

While software updates may occasionally cause disturbances, significant incidents like the CrowdStrike event are infrequent. We currently estimate that CrowdStrike’s update affected 8.5 million Windows devices, or less than one percent of all Windows machines. While the percentage was small, the broad economic and societal impacts reflect the use of CrowdStrike by enterprises that run many critical services.  

This incident demonstrates the interconnected nature of our broad ecosystem — global cloud providers, software platforms, security vendors and other software vendors, and customers. It’s also a reminder of how important it is for all of us across the tech ecosystem to prioritize operating with safe deployment and disaster recovery using the mechanisms that exist. As we’ve seen over the last two days, we learn, recover and move forward most effectively when we collaborate and work together. We appreciate the cooperation and collaboration of our entire sector, and we will continue to update with learnings and next steps.  

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Microsoft outages caused by CrowdStrike software glitch paralyze airlines, other businesses. Here's what to know.

By Haley Ott

Updated on: July 20, 2024 / 12:06 AM EDT / CBS News

Banks, airlines, television networks and health systems around the world that rely on Microsoft 365 apps were hit by widespread outages early Friday linked to the company CrowdStrike. Thousands of flights and train services were canceled globally, including more than 1,800 in the U.S., and there were disruptions to many other public and retail services. 

Here's what we know about the outages:

What caused the global Microsoft outages?

The issue was caused by a technical problem that global cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike said it had identified in its software and was working to resolve. CrowdStrike provides antivirus software to Microsoft for its Windows devices.

"Earlier today, a CrowdStrike update was responsible for bringing down a number of IT systems globally," Microsoft said in a statement to CBS News. 

Later on Friday, Microsoft said on social media that it had "completed our mitigation actions and our telemetry indicates all previously impacted Microsoft 365 apps and services have recovered. We're entering a period of monitoring to ensure impact is fully resolved."

In a statement, CrowdStrike CEO George Kurtz said the issue had been identified and a solution was being implemented. He added that "this is not a security incident or cyberattack. The issue has been identified, isolated and a fix has been deployed."

Long lines of passengers form at check-in counters at Ninoy Aquino International Airport amid a global IT disruption caused by a Microsoft outage and a CrowdStrike problem July 19, 2024, in Manila, Philippines.

In an update shared Friday afternoon  on social media , Kurtz again apologized to those impacted and said he was committed "to provide full transparency on how this occurred and the steps we're taking to prevent anything like this from happening again."

What has been affected by the Microsoft outages?

Over 3,000  flights had been canceled  within, into or out of the U.S. as of Friday night, and more than 11,400 others were delayed, according to the flight tracking service,  FlightAware . Globally, more than 42,000 flights were delayed Friday. 

American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines resumed at least some flight departures later Friday morning after pausing operations earlier in the day due to the outages. 

"We have recovered our operation today and expect to deliver a reliable operation for our customers tomorrow," American Airlines said in a statement Friday evening. 

And Toby Enqvist, chief operations officer for United Airlines, said in a statement late Friday night that "while we had to cancel and delay far more flights than we ever want to, we are poised to return to a near-normal operation on Saturday."

A timelapse shared by the Federal Aviation Administration showed flights resuming Friday afternoon.

Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston canceled all previously scheduled surgeries and medical visits that were not considered urgent because many of the computer systems were down, preventing access to vital digital records.

"We do everything on our computers now," neuro ICU nurse Meghan Mahoney told CBS News. "…People's medical history, their allergies. So when that goes down, we have to revert back to paper charting."

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City postponed all procedures requiring anesthesia. Emory Healthcare system in Atlanta delayed certain types of surgeries. Seattle Children's Hospital closed its outpatient clinic.  

The Department of Health and Human Services said on Friday afternoon it was "working to assess the impact of the CrowdStrike outage on patient care and HHS systems, services, and operations."   

A Department of Homeland Security memo to staff obtained by CBS News said that "DHS systems are currently impacted by a global outage of the cybersecurity software CrowdStrike. This is impacting many businesses globally, as you may be seeing in the news. This was not a cyberattack."  

Portland, Oregon Mayor Ted Wheeler issued an Emergency Declaration for the city on Friday. The declaration will allow for "immediate response and resources to get city systems back to fully operational levels." In New York City , Mayor Eric Adams said the outage did not have a major impact on city operations because of previous drills that had been conducted to educate officials on how to respond to an IT issue. 

The FAA is working closely with airlines impacted by a global IT issue. This timelapse depicts air traffic recovering after airlines requested FAA assistance with ground stops this morning. Contact your airline for more info and monitor . — The FAA ✈️ (@FAANews) July 19, 2024

In Europe, Lufthansa, KLM and SAS Airlines reported disruptions. Switzerland's largest airport reported planes had not been allowed to land, according to CBS News partner network BBC News. In India, at the country's primary airport in Delhi, everything was being done manually. No electric check-in terminals were functioning and gate information was being updated by hand on a whiteboard, the BBC reported.

Hospitals in Germany said they were canceling elective surgeries Friday and doctors in the U.K. said they were having issues accessing their online booking system. Pharmacists in the U.K. said there were disruptions with medicine deliveries and accessing prescriptions. 

Global IT outages at Newark International Airport

The Federal Bureau of Investigation said there were no operational problems related to the outage, though some of its systems had been affected. Those systems have workarounds that allow their use even amid the outage. 

The London Stock Exchange said it had experienced disruptions to its regulatory news service, but that trading had not been impacted. A spokesperson for the New York Stock Exchange said markets were fully operational and a normal opening was expected.

Starbucks said the outage was preventing customers from using its mobile ordering features. Delivery companies like FedEx also reported that some packages could be delayed due to the outages.

"FedEx has activated contingency plans to mitigate impacts from a global IT outage experienced by a third party software vendor. However, potential delays are possible for package deliveries with a commitment of July 19, 2024," the company said in a statement.

When will the Microsoft outages be fixed?

Even with the fix being implemented by CrowdStrike, some of the problems caused will likely take time to solve, Chief Information Officer at identity security firm CyberArk, Omer Grossman, told Reuters. He said the reason is that the problem has to do with Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) products that run on individual client computers.

"It turns out that because the endpoints have crashed — the Blue Screen of Death — they cannot be updated remotely and the problem must be solved manually, endpoint by endpoint. This is expected to be a process that will take days," Grossman said.

In an interview with CNBC, CrowdStrike's Kurtz said many of the affected systems were already beginning to recover, and a fix could be as straightforward for some clients as rebooting their computers or servers.

He acknowledged, however, that "some systems may not fully recover, and we're working individually with each and every customer to make sure we can get them up and running and operational." 

Kurtz did not provide a timeframe, and it appeared that many companies and organizations around the world would have to rely on their own technology departments to get systems back up and running.

— Kris Van Cleave contributed to this report.  

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KB5042421: CrowdStrike issue impacting Windows endpoints causing an 0x50 or 0x7E error message on a blue screen


Microsoft has identified an issue impacting Windows endpoints that are running the CrowdStrike Falcon agent. These endpoints might encounter error messages 0x50 or 0x7E on a blue screen and experience a continual restarting state.

We have received reports of successful recovery from some customers attempting multiple restart operations on affected Windows endpoints.

We are working with CrowdStrike to provide the most up-to-date information available on this issue. Please check back for updates on this ongoing issue. 

Important:  We have released a USB tool to help automate this manual repair process. For more information, see  New recovery tool to help with CrowdStrike issue impacting Windows devices .

To resolve this issue, follow these instructions for your version of Windows.

Hold the power button for 10 seconds to turn off your device and then press the power button again to turn on your device.

On the Windows sign-in screen, press and hold the  Shift key while you select  Power >  Restart .

Choose an option

Restart your device. Note  You may be asked to enter your  BitLocker recovery key . When the device restarts, continue pressing F4 and then it will log you in to safe mode. Please note, for some devices, you need to press F11 to log in through safe mode.

Once in safe mode, right-click Start , click  Run , type  cmd  in the Open box, and then click OK .

If your system drive is different than C:\, type C: and then press Enter . This will switch you to the C:\ drive.

Type the following command and then press Enter:

CD C:\Windows\System32\drivers\CrowdStrike

Note In this example, C is your system drive. This will change to the CrowdStrike directory.

Once in the CrowdStrike directory, locate the file matching “C-00000291*.sys”. To do this, type the following command and then press Enter :

dir C-00000291*.sys

Permanently delete the file(s) found. To do this, type the following command and then press Enter .

del C-00000291*.sys

Manually search for any files that match “C-00000291*.sys” and delete them.

Restart your device.

On the Windows sign-in screen, press and hold the  Shift  key while you select  Power   >  Restart .

Choose an option

Restart your device. Note  You may be asked to enter your  BitLocker recovery key .

When the device restarts, continue pressing F4 and then it will log you in to safe mode.

Once in safe mode, right-click Start , click  Run , type  cmd  in the Open box, and then click  OK .

Type in the following command and then press Enter :

Note  In this example C is your system drive. This will change to the CrowdStrike directory.

Recovery methods

If you receive the Windows Recovery screen, use one of the following methods to recover your device.

Method 1: Use Enable safe mode

Hold the power button for 10 seconds to turn off your device and thenpress the power button again to turn on your device.

On the Windows sign-in screen, press and hold the  Shift  key while you select  Power >   Restart .

After your device restarts to the  Choose an option  screen, select  Troubleshoot  >  Advanced options  >  Startup Settings  >  Enable safe mode . Then, restart your device. Note  You might be asked to enter your  BitLocker recovery key . When the device restarts, continue pressing F4 and then it will log you in to safe mode. Please note, for some devices, you need to press F11 to log in through safe mode.

If the screen asks for a BitLocker recovery key, use your phone and log on to . Log on with your Email ID and domain account password to find the BitLocker recovery key associated with your device. To locate your BitLocker recovery key, click Manage Devices > View Bitlocker Keys > Show recovery key .

Command Prompt

If your system drive is different than C:\, type C: and then press  Enter . This will switch you to the C:\ drive.

Type the following command and then press Enter :

Tip:  CD C:\Windows\System32\drivers\CrowdStrike

Note  In this example, C is your system drive. This will change to the CrowdStrike directory.

After your device restarts to the  Choose an option  screen, select  Troubleshoot  >  Advanced options  >  Startup Settings  >  Enable safe mode .  Then restart your device again. Note  You might be asked to enter your  BitLocker recovery key . When the device restarts, continue pressing F4 and then it will log you into safe mode. Please note, for some devices, you need to press F11 to log in through safe mode.

If the screen asks for a BitLocker recovery key, then use your phone and log on to . Log on with your Email ID and domain account password to find the bit locker recovery key associated with your device. To locate your BitLocker recovery key, click Manage Devices > View Bitlocker Keys > Show recovery key .

Select the name of the device where you see the BitLocker prompt. In the expanded window, select View BitLocker Keys . Go back to your device and input the BitLocker key that you see on your phone or secondary device.

Safe Mode Command Prompt

Note  In this example, C is your system drive. This will change to the CrowdStrike directory.

Method 2: Use System Restore

After your device restarts to the  Choose an option  screen, select  Troubleshoot  >  Advanced options  >  System Restore .

If the screen asks for a BitLocker recovery key, use your phone and log on to . Login with your email id and domain account password to find the bit locker recovery key associated with your device. To locate your BitLocker recovery key, click Manage Devices > View Bitlocker Keys > Show recovery key .

Command Prompt

Click Next  on System Restore.

Select the Restore option in the list, click  Next , and then click  Finish .

Click Yes  to confirm the restore. Note  This will perform just the Windows system restore and personal data should not be impacted. This process might take up to 15 minutes to complete.

If the screen asks for a BitLocker recovery key, use your phone and log on to . Log in with your Email ID and domain account password to find the bit locker recovery key associated with your device. To locate your BitLocker recovery key, click Manage Devices > View Bitlocker Keys > Show recovery key .

Select the Restore option in the list, click Next , and then click  Finish .​​​​​​​

Contact CrowdStrike

If after following the above steps, if you still experience issues logging into your device, please reach out to CrowdStrike for additional assistance.

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Airlines Restart Flights but Disruptions are Expected to Persist

Planes began taking off again Friday morning after a big tech outage, but it will take airlines a while to get stranded passengers to their destinations.

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Airlines raced on Friday to contain the effects of a tech outage that severely disrupted travel around the world early in the day, delaying or stranding passengers and flight crews.

The outage, which affected many industries and emergency services, caused chaos at airports, with more than half of flight cancellations concentrated in the United States, one of the busiest aviation markets in the world. The industry appeared to be getting a handle on the disruption on Friday afternoon, but its effects could ripple into the weekend.

More than 2,400 flights across the country were canceled on Friday and thousands more were delayed, according to FlightAware, a company that tracks flight information. Airports serving large cities, such as New York City, Chicago and Atlanta, were among the hardest hit.

There were about 110,000 commercial flights scheduled worldwide on Friday, according to Cirium, an aviation data company. A quarter were set to depart from U.S. airports, carrying up to 3.7 million passengers.

How the airline cancellations rippled around the world (and across time zones)

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The 12 Best Mystery Anime Series of All Time, Ranked

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Some of the most exciting anime series involve tangled webs of mysteries. As the mysteries slowly get unraveled over the course of the series, you can follow along and try to make predictions.

Most of the time, the anime ends up outsmarting its viewers—but that's what you want because it only makes it more thrilling to watch.

Nothing is more engaging than being sucked into a grand mystery that pulls you into a rabbit hole of dark twists and turns. Whenever you think you've figured it out, the rug is yanked from under you once more.

Here are our picks for the greatest mystery anime series packed with suspense and questions that'll bend your mind.

12. Ace Attorney

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Comedy, Drama, Mystery

Originally aired 2016 to 2019

47 episodes (2 seasons)

6.50 on MAL

Even if you've never played the Ace Attorney visual novel video game series , you can still enjoy the anime adaptation.

The events in the anime closely follow the plot of the game, beginning with Phoenix's rookie lawyer days under the mentorship of Mia Fey.

When Mia is suddenly murdered, Phoenix forms a friendship with her younger sister, Maya, a spirit medium. Together, they work to solve a number of different cases, all of them involving strange characters and hilarious courtroom banter.

11. The Future Diary

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Action, Supernatural, Suspense

Originally aired 2011 to 2012

26 episodes (1 season)

7.42 on MAL

The Future Diary is a battle royale mystery that concerns something called the Diary Game. In this sinister game, Deus Ex Machina (the God of Time and Space) gives 12 people future-predicting diaries.

The goal of the game is to become the sole survivor—the last player standing gets to take the place of Deus Ex Machina in order to put a stop to the impending apocalypse.

In The Future Diary , 14-year-old Yukiteru Amano unknowingly gets involved in this dreadful Diary Game and must work with an obsessive stalker, Yuno, in order survive.

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10. Case Closed

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Adventure, Comedy, Mystery

Originally aired 1996 to 2023

1,091 episodes (31 seasons)

8.17 on MAL

Case Closed is one of the most iconic mystery anime series of all time. It follows Jimmy Kuda, a teenage detective who occasionally dabbles in police detective work.

While he's working on one of his cases, he's assaulted by the criminal members of the Black Organization. They force Jimmy to consume poison, only to realize that the poison doesn't kill him—it turns him into a child.

From then on, the younger-looking Jimmy starts going by the name of Conan Edogawa. He takes advantage of his youthful appearance to secretly solve mysteries under the guise of a child.

As the series progresses, the mystery of the Black Organization's leader gradually unfolds, along with their main goal as a syndicate and the purpose of the APTX 4869 poison.

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9. Ergo Proxy

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Mystery, Sci-Fi

Originally aired 2006

23 episodes (1 season)

7.90 on MAL

Fitting perfectly with its Gothic style and cyberpunk elements, Ergo Proxy is a nihilistic and mysterious anime that's dreadfully bleak.

The series follows Inspector Re-L Mayer and her AutoReiv partner Iggy as they investigate a novel virus that causes androids to murder humans, leading them into a complex and horrifying conspiracy plot.

With its Blade Runner -inspired plot, Ergo Proxy explores concepts of identity, immorality, and integrity. The deeper Re-L dives into this government conspiracy, the more she questions her masters and the world she inhabits—and the truth is terrifying.

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8. The Garden of Sinners

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Action, Mystery, Supernatural, Suspense

Originally aired 2007 to 2013

8 episodes (1 season)

7.57 on MAL

The Garden of Sinners is an eight-part anime saga that demands your full attention and investment.

Set in the late 1990s, the story of The Garden of Sinners centers on a demon hunter girl named Shiki and her classmate Mikiya, who become investigators for the Garan no Dou agency and deal with the various paranormal mysteries around them.

Beneath the darkness and gore of each case, the most unnerving part is how the paranormal elements tie to the pair. Shiki possesses the ability to see a person's death lines after a fatal accident—but that leads her to be corrupted and compromised.

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7. Steins;Gate

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Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Suspense

Originally aired 2011

24 episodes (1 season)

9.07 on MAL

One of the gimmicks that makes Steins;Gate a fan favorite is its dismantling of murder mystery and time travel tropes while shrouding them with a twisted take.

The premise alone is a standout, and the characters—led by the mad scientist Rintaro—all have memorable moments to admire. But underneath it all is a mystery rooted in its time travel elements, particularly in its involvement of John Titor.

Rintaro has a deep admiration for Titor's theories, so he takes the risk of utilizing time travel, even if it leads to major consequences. But the more he learns about Titor, the less control he has over his fate.

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Mystery, School, Slice of Life

Originally aired 2012

22 episodes (1 season)

8.07 on MAL

This breezy slice-of-life mystery anime called Hyouka follows the ups and downs of Hotaro, who joins the Classic Literature Club. There, he befriends Eru, Satoshi, and Mayaka, and the group handles a series of cases—like missing earrings or lost chocolates.

But the one case that becomes a bonding moment for the club is a 45-year-old mystery involving Eru's uncle Jun Sekitani.

The struggle of Eri to remember her uncle's words is heartfelt, and it also brings a more sentimental feeling of striving to remember a faint memory and least expecting a bigger truth to see.

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Drama, Mystery, Romance

8.05 on MAL

Based on a mystery light novel, Gosick follows foreign exchange student Kazuya, who enters Saint Marguerite Academy and becomes a nuisance among other students.

However, while there, he befriends a smart girl named Victorique, who invests more time checking out the library. With Victorique's intelligence and Kazuya's boldness, they make up a fitting pair who can undertake the darkest mysteries.

Meanwhile, they learn to understand each other—and that's necessary since their deepest mystery involves Victorique and her family. Seeing that her ability is reconstructing chaos, the results are inevitable.

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Mystery, Supernatural, Suspense

Originally aired 2016

12 episodes (1 season)

8.31 on MAL

What do you get when you combine the setups of Se7en , The Terminator , and The Road ? A gritty, hard-boiled mystery with time travel being the solution against an apocalyptic future—and that sums up Erased .

In this anime set in 2006, a man named Satoru gains the ability to go back in time to his younger self. He uses it to transport back to when he's an 11-year-old kid to solve the mystery of his mother's murder.

In doing so, he learns that his ability can stop other tragic events, too. Harrowing suspense unfolds for Satoru throughout every trace of his past, with all roads leading back to his mother.

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3. Death Note

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Originally aired 2006 to 2007

37 episodes (1 season)

8.62 on MAL

Death Note is a psychological race between academic genius Light Yagami and brooding detective L.

After Light finds a supernatural journal known as the Death Note, he wields the power to kill anyone at will by simply writing their names inside the notebook (and, optionally, how they die).

Light uses this power to eradicate the world of criminals. The media soon catches on to all of these untimely deaths and starts referring to the mysterious killer as "Kira." Meanwhile, the genius detective L is brought in to solve the mystery of Kira's identity.

While Light pursues his vigilante justice, L is forced to outwit Light by analyzing the deaths and nailing down Kira's psychology. It becomes a cat-and-mouse game as their exploits unfold.

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2. Higurashi: When They Cry

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Horror, Mystery, Supernatural, Suspense

Originally aired 2020 to 2021

39 episodes (2 seasons)

7.89 on MAL

Higurashi: When They Cry is the kind of anime where as the central mystery unfolds and resolves, the fates of its lead characters grow darker and darker. This is not one for the faint of heart.

In this oft-overlooked gem of a series, a boy named Keiichi moves to the fictional village of Hinamizawa. There, he befriends his classmates—and learns about the murders and disappearances that often occur during their annual Watanagashi Festival.

The tension of the mystery rests in us experiencing it from the perspective of Keiichi, who gradually grows paranoid over the revelations of the "Oyashiro Curse." And it doesn't help that his classmate Rika is the only witness of the incidents.

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Drama, Mystery, Suspense

Originally aired 2004 to 2005

74 episodes (1 season)

8.87 on MAL

The dark, twisted mysteries in Monster aren't for the faint of heart. The series follows Dr. Kenzo Tenma, a neurosurgeon working at a hospital in post-Cold War Germany.

Dr. Tenma becomes frustrated with the hospital's bias in treating patients and decides to perform a life-saving operation on a child—and in doing so, the town's Mayor is left untreated and dies.

These events snowball into something much bigger, causing Dr. Tenma to lose his social standing and get caught up in several murders around him. He always puts his morals before self-interest, and he fights against all odds to correct his wrongs and solve the crimes.

Many anime fans hail Monster as the most suspenseful mystery anime of all time. It's a classic worthy of its status.

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Japan's anime industry is worth tens of billions. But behind the screens creatives struggle to make ends meet

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Yesterday we explored how Japanese anime transformed from a niche subculture into a billion-dollar industry adored by millions of kids worldwide.

While researching the story, we spoke to a number of Japanese artists and producers who work behind the scenes on anime films and spoke at length about some of the challenges that anime's booming popularity has placed on the industry.

"I'm glad that the industry is expanding, but it comes at a price," Japanese animator Nishii Terumi says.

"We currently don't have enough manpower to sustain this level of production."

In a report published earlier this year by the Nippon Anime & Film Culture Association (NAFCA), an organisation aimed at improving conditions in the anime industry, hundreds of creatives complained of ultra-long working hours, persistently low incomes, and an inability to pass on skills of the trade to younger generations.

"If things continue like this, [skills] will eventually stagnate and the anime industry may collapse," NAFCA concluded about the surveys findings.

Here's what some of those involved in creating Japanese anime films told us about life behind the scenes, their perceptions of the global fascination with anime, as well as some of the challenges facing the industry now and in the future.

From 'taboo' art form to global recognition

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Having worked in the anime industry for more than 25 years, Nishii Terumi says many animators — including herself — often remained unaware of just how big Japanese anime had become around the world until the rise of social media.

"Animators are usually just confined to their desks," Nishii tells the ABC, speaking generally about the industry rather than any specific production studio.

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"They draw, they submit their drawings, and then they draw more. 

"It's a very, very closed environment —  and they're often not really that concerned with anything happening outside of that."

Nishii — whose resume includes work on Pokemon and One Piece films —   says that it was through Facebook that she first noticed just how far anime had spread around the world.

"There were a lot of Facebook groups where anime fans from all around the world interact with each other," she recalls.

"It was quite a shock for me."

Nishii was first drawn into the world of anime back in high school, when she watched Evangelion Neon Genesis for the first time.

She went on to become an animator and character designer, with credits in well-known productions including Rurouni Kenshin, Jujutsu Kaisen and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

In those days, Nishii says anime was somewhat of a "taboo topic" frowned down on in Japan due to its association with consumerism and fandom culture, known as Otaku.

While internationally Otaku usually refers to enthusiastic fans, in Japan it carried negative connotations — particularly back in the 1980s and 1990s — that leaned more towards obsession and isolation from society.

"Directors and animators weren't really featured in interviews … there was a condescending attitude towards fans and anime itself in Japan," she says.

But Nishii — who was involved in the creation of NAFCA which conducted the survey and which she describes as a "sort of labour union of animators" — says that growing fandom around the world has led to an increase in interest in those working behind the scenes.

"Now finally, the people behind the craft [of anime] are being put front and centre [and] are no longer being looked down upon."

What do Japanese creatives think about their work?

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While many anime fans around the world see Japanese anime as having distinct characteristics featuring mature themes or violence , these perceptions are often in contrast to how creatives see their own work.

Yoshida Ken, an anime producer and head of computer graphics company Picona Creative Studio, says foreign perceptions of Japanese anime's "uniqueness" are often different to Japanese perceptions.

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"Overseas producers will come and say 'we want something typically Japanese' — usually meaning something violent or horror-oriented," Yoshida says.

"But many Japanese producers never considered what people call 'typically Japanese' as violent at all."

Initially inspired by Pixar Animations, Yoshida — who has been in the industry for over a decade now — has worked on a number of animes that have had huge international success such as Chainsaw man and Dorohedoro.

"For example, Dragon Ball Z was considered a violent cartoon when it was broadcast in English speaking regions," Yoshida continues.

"But from the Japanese perspective, it's just a fantasy cartoon."

Yoshida thinks that it's an "absence of taboo" or censorship in the Japanese cartoon world that potentially leads to these perceptions, rather than a specific fascination with an isolated mature theme.

People inside a Japanese anime studio.

"Cartoons in other countries often have [limitations], such as no sex, or no violence or religion," he says.

"But there's really nothing that you can't necessarily do in animation within Japan."

The perception of Japanese anime as being risque or violent equally perplexes Nishii, who wonders why non-Japanese artists and cultures ever prohibited themselves from exploring similar themes themselves.

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"Fans tell me how Japanese anime can be enjoyed by adults, that they're not as simplistic as animations in other parts of the world," Nishii says.

"My question is: why didn't this happen in other countries?"

"It seems like the most natural thing when you have an expressive art form and people who want to express themselves through it."

Growing popularity spotlights an industry in crisis

But despite anime now generating billions every year as some of the world's biggest media franchises — f or example Pokemon is bigger than Star Wars, Barbie and Harry Potter combined — Japanese creatives surveyed from within the industry maintain it's in a state of crisis.

And it's a number of unaddressed factors — long hours, underpayment, a lack of proper training, labour shortages — that have contributed to the situation.

The NAFCA report found that anime creatives work hours 30 per cent longer than the national median for a median salary slightly less than minimum wage — while others reported working up to 84 hours a week, or for salaries well below the minimum wage.

"We're now in dire straits where people in management are scouting social media for young and inexperienced people who like to draw [to work on anime productions]," Nishii says.

"Those people are then underpaid because their work doesn't meet the industry standards, which then leads to veterans being brought in to correct the work instead of allocating resources to train them properly."

"It's a vicious cycle."

Vann Oba is a 28-year-old freelance animator based in United Arab Emirates who found an opportunity to get into the anime industry. 

Jujutsu Kaisen drawings from Vann Oba, a freelane animator.

His journey into the world of anime began during high school after watching Studio Ghibli's Howl's Moving Castle, which he says "really inspired me to become an animator".

Driven by passion, Vann started to post his drawings on social media, which he says were discovered by a Japanese producer leading to his "dream come true" commercial debut in the series Fate/Grand Order.

"Surprisingly, that's how you get hired these days if you want to work in the anime industry," Vann says, before adding how he soon found out anime doesn't pay well.

"It's common for new animators to join the industry for less than three years, because they can't survive, especially in Tokyo."

Vann says a "newbie" can often get paid as low as $40 to draw a very complicated scene, adding that if they don't know how to negotiate, they arrangement can often be exploited.

"But a lot of people stick to working [through it] because of the love of the craft," he says

The future of a more international anime

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In terms of the future of anime, both Nishii and Yoshida say they believe anime may no longer be something exclusively Japanese in the future, as more countries enter the creative space, potentially looking to tell stories of their own culture.

"Many anime fans come to Japan from overseas to learn, and then go back to develop the anime industry in their home countries," Nishii says.

Such an arrangement is Vann's dream plan — currently drawing for big anime titles including Attack on Titan and Jujutsu Kaisen, Vann says he is trying to upskill himself as much as possible.

"[My dream is to] establish my own studio that can compete with the international studios," he says.

"I've never been to Japan, but hopefully I will one day."

Yoshida explains how traditionally Japanese animations were produced "by Japanese companies, for Japanese audiences", but international co-productions appear to be the direction the industry is heading towards.

But some maintain that the issues highlighted by NAFCA and plaguing the industry must be urgently addressed in order to ensure a healthy and sustainable future for workers.

"We are trying to convince politicians to do something about the current situation," Nishii says.

Additional translations and interpreting assistance by Renato Rivera Rusca.

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9 Meaningful Anime Shows That Reflect Real Life Problems

Problems are a part of life.

There’s no escaping that.

But how you deal with those problems is what gives life meaning and value.

That in of itself is what makes the difference in how you handle life’s challenges.

Speaking of meaning and value, today I want to talk about some meaningful anime series that reflect real life issues.

The types of issues we face in our society, in our everyday lives, and in certain parts of the world…

So let’s get to it.

Anime Shows That Portray Real Life Issues:

Meaningful Anime Shows That Reflect Real Life Problems

Kaizaki Arata’s a struggling 27 year old NEET who can’t find a job.

And by chance he runs into a guy who gives him the chance to turn his life around.

That’s the short version of it.

How does this anime reflect real life issues?

  • Chizuru Hishiro has always struggled to make friends.
  • Growing up, Chizuru moved from school to school, so it was hard to keep any friends.
  • One of Kaizaki’s mentors in his old job is bullied and picked on because of jealous co-workers.
  • Another character from ReLife struggles with the insecurity of being “2nd best”.

And there are deeper elements baked into this anime series.

Which you’ll have to see for yourself to avoid spoilers…

2. Black Lagoon

Meaningful Anime Shows That Reflect Real Life Problems

Black Lagoon follows the lives of independent criminals. Also known as: The Lagoon Company.

What’s so realistic about this anime?

  • Smuggling drugs and weapons in and out of countries, towns and cities.
  • Shoot-outs and gun crime is also a real thing in Black Lagoon. Again, a real issue in our society.
  • Certain parts of the real world reflect this type of lifestyle.
  • Gritty towns and cities that seem “lawless”. Though uncommon in the real world, it is a real thing.
  • Being a victim of rape, and never reporting it to anyone.This is a deep issue in our society.
  • People who grow up in dangerous neighborhoods with few opportunities.

While the “action” in Black Lagoon may be flashy and dramatic, under the surface it’s a realistic series.

And these types of issues are rampant in specific parts of the world.

3. Hell Girl

Meaningful Anime Shows That Reflect Real Life Problems

Hell Girl is a horror series with a similar theme to the anime: Death Note .

Here’s how Hell Girl reflects real life problems:

  • A sadistic woman spreading false rumors around your neighborhood to tarnish your reputation.
  • Kids bullying you, and using you as a “bank” to take money with a false promise of paying it back.
  • Abusing pets, and leaving them for dead.
  • Jealous people accusing you of cheating on your wife or husband.

These are a handful of dark themes running throughout Hell Girl from start to finish.

As awful as it is, these things DO happen. Even if it’s uncommon.

And in some cases, it’s irreversible and can ruin your reputation for a lifetime if taken too far.

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Then transitions into a darker, deeper story surrounding romance elements.

Why it’s meaningful:

  • Parenting is tough. And Clannad (season 2) paints the ugly truth of this perfectly.
  • Depression is not something to be taken lightly.
  • The pain of losing someone you love is also expressed in Clannad.

Without spoiling too much, that’s all I’ll say.

But when you look at those 3 points – these are real problems that are difficult to handle.

And for some of us – it tips us over the edge, and eventually we slip.

5. It’s You Guys Fault I’m Not Popular!

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Why this show is meaningful:

  • Not having any friends is tough as a teenager with anxiety.
  • Not being able to socialize with others makes your life lonely and awkward.
  • A lack of self confidence makes life 100X more problematic and difficult.
  • Despite these elements of Watamote, the importance of never giving up is key.

These are the main themes running throughout Watamote.

I can’t help but feel for Tomoko Kuroki. Because there are people like her in real life.

Plus as an Introvert, I can relate.

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6. Elfen Lied

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More reasons why this anime reflects real life:

  • Child abuse. Yes, this is a real and horrible thing that’s show in Elfen Lied.
  • Running away from home. This is a result of the last point.
  • Abuse towards animals. Again, this is horrible and wicked down to the core.
  • Though the experiences in Elfen Lied are superficial, it’s still real and relatable.

Despite the immense gore and colorful language in Elfen Lied, the underlying theme is authentic.

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Meaningful highlights:

  • Dealing with the loss of your mother is something any teenager would take HARD.
  • Dealing with suicidal thoughts everyday is a serious issue.
  • And then believing you’re beyond help, or that the best solution is suicide… Is a real, upsetting issue.

The main themes in Orange tackle this, and is so relatable for anyone who’s dealt with the same thing.

I’d recommend watching this series for those emotional, meaningful reasons.

8. School Live

Meaningful Anime Shows That Reflect Real Life Problems

It’s a horror/psychological series.

Meaningful highlights of School Live:

  • It focuses on PTSD, Psychosis and mental illness. An absolutely tough subject to deal with.
  • Form start to finish, you witness how the main character deals with this issue.
  • And lets not forget the stress and mental struggles each character deals with in general.

School Live is not an anime you watch for entertainment, as it’s so much deeper than that.

While it is entertaining, the meaningful elements hit you hard.

i’d give it a try if you haven’t.

9. Haganai: I Don’t Have Many Friends

Meaningful Anime Shows That Reflect Real Life Problems

  • Bullying is also a highlight of Haganai.
  • The awkwardness of making friends, meeting new people and loneliness.
  • Being mis-judged based on how you look, and how you deal with that personally.

There’s also a couple more meaningful elements expressed throughout Haganai.

And that’s what makes this school/slice of life series stand out among others.

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Honorable Mentions:

  • Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple (bullying, self improvement).
  • Vivid Strike (bullying, etc).
  • Psycho Pass (crime, the law, etc).

What meaningful anime show would you add to this list?


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can you solve this math problem from anime?

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Ok, i lied. this is from a mobile game based on an anime series. The idols need to finish their summer homework, but are stuck.

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Just a basic calculus, only takes me 10 minutes though it's been 5 years since the last time I touched Math lol

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Just a basic calculus, only takes me 10 minutes though it's been 5 years since the last time I touched Math lolWoah, I'm jealous. It's only been three years for me and I can't remember anything xD

If I remember correctly, you need to use quotient rule for the first two questions (I've forgotten the formula). And I think ln appears in the third one or some shit like that.
I finished high school in 2014, I don't even remember what that is anymore lol. 📝

Just a basic calculus, only takes me 10 minutes though it's been 5 years since the last time I touched Math lol

either i suck at math, or the answer for the last problem is supposed to be 4.

Just a basic calculus, only takes me 10 minutes though it's been 5 years since the last time I touched Math lolWoah, I'm jealous. It's only been three years for me and I can't remember anything xD

If I remember correctly, you need to use quotient rule for the first two questions (I've forgotten the formula). And I think ln appears in the third one or some shit like that.You've got it right. The formula is pretty simple: [f(x)/g(x)]' = [f'(x)g(x) - f(x)g'(x)]/[g^2(x)] and the rest is just simple polynomial expansion. For the third one, convert log to ln then apply its integration formula: ln(|f(x)|) = f'(x)/f(x).

Just a basic calculus, only takes me 10 minutes though it's been 5 years since the last time I touched Math lol

either i suck at math, or the answer for the last problem is supposed to be 4.ok I'm a bit wrong with the numerator, yet it's still 4/(ln10).

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there was a time when i was in 12th grade and i could solve these problems in under a minute. sometimes just mentally without needing pen and paper. now 4 years later i don't even want to try doing these. i mean i never had much use of calculus in uni and my memory has already been trashy to begin with.


Just a basic calculus, only takes me 10 minutes though it's been 5 years since the last time I touched Math lol

either i suck at math, or the answer for the last problem is supposed to be 4.ok I'm a bit wrong with the numerator, yet it's still 4/(ln10).
why ln 10 when the problem uses log, which is logarithm in base 10? Also note that using base 10 log we arrive at the same final answer.


Just a basic calculus, only takes me 10 minutes though it's been 5 years since the last time I touched Math lol

either i suck at math, or the answer for the last problem is supposed to be 4.ok I'm a bit wrong with the numerator, yet it's still 4/(ln10).
why ln 10 when the problem uses log, which is logarithm in base 10? Also note that using base 10 log we arrive at the same final answer.

I think that settled it. It's been too long that I confuse between log and ln lmao

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Regarding the last problem, you could make this a lot easier by using log(a/b)=log(a)-log(b).

y = log(|(1+5x)/(1+x)|) = log(|1+5x|/|1+x|) = log(|1+5x|) - log(|1+x|)
y' = 5/|1+5x| - 1/|1+x|
y'(0) = 5 - 1 = 4

Assuming log=ln here because why would it not be.

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I solved two of them, the third one took me quite some time though, I tried to remember how to calculate the derivative when it has fractions in it. As for the second one, I totally forgot how do this (About the third question, I assumed the base is 10, so I got 4/In10, if the base is e, then it's 4).

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Btw if u guys want real Math, try solving these shits from Madoka

The first one can be proved by either Fermat's Little Theorem or Binomial Theorem.
The second one needs to be simplified to get a form like ½(a³-b³) and in the sum repeating terms with opposite sign will be cancelled, giving a simpler solution.
The third one has something to do with Fibonacci Sequence and its generating function. Since I can't read Japanese I'm not sure what this question is about.
“If one feels it is fun now, one will be able to enjoy life the most. Everything will change over time, so we must treasure the happy moments before us.”

Wrong forum.. It's for discussion of anime not mathematics..

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On a side note, this shows that math is a universal language. You don't need to understand Japanese to know what the problem is asking for.I don't know what y'( ) on the right side means.

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Where was the me that was the best in Math in every class from grade school to high school???



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On a side note, this shows that math is a universal language. You don't need to understand Japanese to know what the problem is asking for.I don't know what y'( ) on the right side means.

I read it as first derivative of y where you replace x with whatever is in brackets.

On a side note, this shows that math is a universal language. You don't need to understand Japanese to know what the problem is asking for.I don't know what y'( ) on the right side means.

I read it as first derivative of y where you replace x with whatever is in brackets.

exactly this, it's a shorthand for the first derivative of y with respect to x, and evaluated at the number inside the parenthesis. this shorthand notation is used all the time in math and engineering.

On a side note, this shows that math is a universal language. You don't need to understand Japanese to know what the problem is asking for.I don't know what y'( ) on the right side means.

I read it as first derivative of y where you replace x with whatever is in brackets. exactly this, it's a shorthand for the first derivative of y with respect to x, and evaluated at the number inside the parenthesis. this shorthand notation is used all the time in math and engineering.I would have been able to solve the problems back when I was still taking calculus in school.

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I'm so damn rusty with calculus. Big shame.
 is the pinnacle of human achievement.

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No problem, differentiation is easy, it's just operating a simple algorithm really. It's integration which is the big pain.

First Madoka problem took me about ten seconds. "Okay, if you expand that the end terms will be gone, divisibility by p - yes, they're all p-choose-something."

Second one looks broken, I think the root on the top needs to be multiplied by 2 so that the top is the square of the bottom.

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There are about 37.2 trillion cells in the human body, and many of them show up as characters in Cells at Work! Poor AE3803 is a red blood cell who’s new on the job, and the series follows her and friends like U-1146, the white blood cell who is part of the immune system tracking and destroying pathogens. Every episode is an adventure, like the time they track down a Pneumonia Coccus and finally defeat it with the help of Helper T Cell and the Killer T Division.

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She helped the police prove an apparent suicide of an older couple was actually a murder because of her scientific analysis of the evidence contained in human bodies. Shotaro gets to tag along on her investigations and even helps with her research, which is based on real-world science.

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Top 15 Best Detective Anime for Adventure and Mystery

Best Detective Anime

Navigating the anime world can be difficult when there are so many shows in different genres to watch. From romance to dark fantasy, every genre is covered. Detective animes, however, have been on the rise the last few years.

This list is perfect for anyone who has a passion for solving mysteries.

15. Ghost Hunt

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High school student Taniyama Mai was exploring the abandoned school building that is the center of many ghost stories when she broke Shibuya Kazuya camera and injured his assistant. Shibuya Kazuya, the president of the Shibuya Psychic Research Company on campus, was asked by the principal to investigate the stories about the building. Mai must now replace Kazuya’s injured assistant for the investigation and learn about the paranormal world.

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Mai must learn to handle the paranormal world/ghost hunting and all the danger that comes with it.

14. Another

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Kouichi Sakakibara transfers into Yomiyama North and is fascinated by student Mei Misak. The only thing is that no one else seems to pay any attention to Mei. That’s because Mei passed away in 1972. Kouichi must find out the truth about Mei and the tragic events surrounding the campus.

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As Kouichi get closer to Mei, he needs to find out the true story behind her death and his class.

13. Death Note

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Light Yagami is a bright high school student that one day finds a Death Note on the ground. The Death Note, from the shinigami Ryuk, has the power to kill the people whose name is written in it. Light starts to use the Death Note to kill off criminals and create a world with no crime. Police start to notice the pattern of dying criminals and hires L, the world's greatest detective.

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With the power of the Death Note getting to Light, he must avoid the police and L from catching him.

12. Durarara!!

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Unusual but dangerous things happen in Tokyo’s downtown district of Ikebukuro. Ikebukuro biggest myth is of the Black Rider, a headless monster who rides a motorcycle. When Mika Ryugamine moves to this downtown area he is eager to explore a bigger city. Mika along with his best friend, Masaomi, witness the Black Rider when supernatural events begin to occur.

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Mika and his friends must find out how many secrets and mysteries Ikebukuro actually holds.

11. Tokyo Ghoul

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Tokyo residents live in fear of Ghouls, creatures who look just like humans but want to eat human flesh. After a violent attack Ken Kaneki ends up being turned into the first ever Ghoul-human half blood. He must survive the violent events of the Ghouls groups as a Ghoul-human.

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As Kaneki’s new secret life begins as a half-human/half-ghoul hybrid he must navigate both societies and find out the truth.

10. Made in the Abyss

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The Abyss is a giant pit, gaping downwards for hundreds and thousands of feet. The nature of the Abyss is unknown with treasures and terrifying beasts. Riko, the daughter of the missing White Whistle, Lyza the Annihilator, wants to be just like her mother and explore the furthest aspects of the Abyss. Riko doesn’t know about the real existence of the Abyss.

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A strong, independent Riko must go to the deepest part of the Abyss to find out the true power it holds.

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Set in 1986, after the fall of Berlin Wall in Germany neurosurgeon, Dr. Kenzou Tenma, was preparing to do surgery on a patient when he got an order from the hospital director telling him to switch patients and instead perform life-saving brain surgery. When a similar situation occurs when Dr. Tenma was support to perform surgery on a patient he is ordered to perform surgery on the town's mayor Dr. Tenma stands his ground.

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With kills from a criminal and a doctor who is the real monster?

8. Baccano!

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Uzumaki Naruto

A tale of three stories: In the early 1930s, in Chicago, on a transcontinental train, the Flying Pussyfoot, there are 3 different gangs fighting to gain control of the train. At the same time mafias are running secret speakeasies trying to gain power over each other. Additionally, a girl and the mafia are looking for her criminal brother who’s been missing for two years. Who can gain the power they want?

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Fate is intertwined in these stories for power and immortality.

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In the 1920s, foreign exchange student Kazuya Kujou enrolls at Saint Marguerite Academy, an extravagant boarding school in the Southern European. Kujou is an outcast at his school with his traditional Japanese features and gets the nickname "Black Reaper," from a popular urban legend. One day Kujou meets genius, Victorique de Blois. Kujou and Victorique team up and start to solve the schools unsolved mysteries.

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Kujou and Victorique have no choice, but rely on each other when mysteries quickly form in their school.

6. Psycho-Pass

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In the 22nd century, Japan is now a place where just thinking about a crime is enough to make you guilty. Japan now has the Sibyl System, a system that watches everyone and determines their threat level by looking at their mental state for signs of criminal intent. Akane Tsunemori is a new worker for the Sibyl System and while working with a veteran worker, Shinya Kougami, Akane learns that the system is not perfect in its judgments.

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True justice must find its way back into a world where just thinking of a crime is punishable.

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Tokyo is lucky to have Detective Shinjuurou Yuuki, aka Defeated Detective, who has solved many cases, particularly homicides, that have led to many criminal arrest. Shinjuurou doesn’t solve them all by himself though, he has a strange associate called Inga. Inga doesn’t have the purest intentions like Shinjuurou for the people they catch. But Shinjuurou has no idea about how strange his associate really is.

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Shinjuurou can find any criminal, but can he catch one right under his own nose?

4. Detective Conan

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Genius high school student Shinichi Kudou is recognised for solving hard cases. When Shinichi sees two suspicious men, he decides to follow them. However, Shinichi is caught spying on the men and they dose him with an experimental drug formulated by their criminal organization, then leave him to his death. Shockingly, Shinichi lives, but now is in the body of a seven-year-old child.

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In his new seven-year-old body Shinichi must now try to get the police to take him seriously as he goes after the criminal organization that did this to him.

3. Psychic Detective Yakumo

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Yakumo Saito is not your typical high school student. He was born with a red-eye that allows him to see and talk with the dead. He even takes on paranormal cases and uses his talents to solve mysteries, bringing criminals to justice. But, he soon finds himself the target of a sinister duo that plan to fill his heart with hatred and despair.

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Yakumo must use all of his skills to solve the ultimate cold case before he ends up dead like the rest!

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Struggling manga artist Satoru Fujinuma has a strange phenomenon occurs when tragedy is about to strike. He can send himself back in time several minutes before the accident occurs. However, when he is wrongfully accused of murdering someone close to him, he sends himself back in time, but ends up in 1988, 18 years in the past. He must now figure out why he was sent back 18 years and solve the events leading up to the murder.

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As Satoru’s life unravels he must solve a life or death case.

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High Schooler Houtarou Orek is forced by his sister to join the school's Classic Literature Club. There he meets a curious girl by the name by Chitanda Eru. Together they try and solve various mysteries around school. But can they solve the mystery that surrounds the 45-year-old club room?

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Mysteries and romance blossom in this manga that solves everyday mysteries.

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