10 Anime Like “Angels Of Death” You Should Watch

Anime Like Angels Of Death

If you’re a big fan of anime, you’ll love our top 10 anime like “Angels Of Death”. This anime will remind you of the 90’s anime, but with a twist. The characters have supernatural powers that allow them to fight with supernatural weapons.

The characters are very similar to the 90’s anime, but they have superpowers. So if you loved the 90’s anime, you’ll love our list too.

10. Death Note

Death Note is a Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. The story follows Light Yagami, a high school student who discovers a supernatural notebook from a Shinigami (death god) named Ryuk that grants its user the ability to kill anyone whose name and face he knows

The series centers around Light’s subsequent attempts to use the note to change the world into a utopian society without crime as a god-like vigilante named “Kira” (キラ, lit. “Killer”). The majority of the story takes place in Japan, but it briefly moves to other countries.

The Death Note manga was adapted into an animated television drama series produced by Nippon Television which aired in Japan from October 3, 2006 to June 26, 2007.

A spin-off manga titled Death Note: Another Note was released on November 1, 2006, focusing on L’s investigation of a serial killer known as B. A novelization of the same name was released on March 2, 2006.

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9. Psycho-Pass

Psycho-Pass is a Japanese cyberpunk anime television series produced by Production I.G. It was co-directed by Naoyoshi Shiotani and Katsuyuki Motohiro and written by Gen Urobuchi, with character designs by Akira Amano featuring music by Yugo Kanno.

The series aired on Fuji TV’s Noitamina programming block between October 2012 and March 2013. A second season by Tatsunoko Production, titled Psycho-Pass 2, aired from October 2014 to December 2014.

A film sequel to the first season, titled Psycho-Pass: The Movie, premiered in January 2015. A three-part animated film series titled Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System will be released in January 2019.

The story takes place in an authoritarian future dystopia, where omnipresent public sensors continuously scan the Psycho-Pass of every citizen in range. The sensors measure mental state, personality, and the probability that the citizen will commit crimes, alerting authorities when someone exceeds accepted norms.

8. Parasyte

Parasyte is a manga series written and illustrated by Hitoshi Iwaaki and published in Kodansha’s Afternoon magazine from 1988 to 1995. The manga was published in North America by first Tokyopop, then Del Rey, and finally Kodansha Comics.

The manga series was adapted into two live-action films in Japan in 2014 and 2015, with Takashi Yamazaki directing both films. Madhouse produced a anime television series adaptation which aired from October 9, 2014 to March 26, 2015 and was simulcast by Crunchyroll.

7. Tokyo Ghoul

Tokyo Ghoul is an anime television series based on the manga of the same name by Sui Ishida. It was produced by Pierrot and aired in Japan on Tokyo MX between July 4, 2014, and September 19, 2014. A 12-episode second season, Tokyo Ghoul, which follows an original story, began airing on January 9, 2015 and concluded on March 27, 2015.

A live-action film based on manga was released in Japan in July 2017. On December 25, 2017, Funimation announced that the second season would air on Adult Swim’s Toonami block starting March 2018

The series is set in an alternate reality where ghouls, creatures that look like normal people but can only survive by eating human flesh, live amongst the human population in secrecy, hiding their true nature in order to evade pursuit from the authorities.

6. Death Parade

Death Parade is a mystery psychological thriller anime that centers around the mysterious Quindecim bar and Decim, the bartender.Death Parade explores the reality of the afterlife, where humans go after death.

It is a judgmental place, with no memories of their past lives. The souls are judged by arbiters in a death game to test the moralities of the soul. The soul’s past life is revealed through these games, and if it is found to be wicked or evil beyond redemption, their souls are sent to the void for eternal oblivion.

Meanwhile, if they pass judgment, their souls are reincarnated. These games can be anything from bowling or darts to playing children’s card games.

5. Future Diary

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Future Diary is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Sakae Esuno. It was serialized as 12 volumes in the shōnen manga magazine Shōnen Ace from January 2006 to December 2010. It was licensed for English language release in North America by Tokyopop from July 2008 to November 2010, when Tokyopop’s North American branch closed.

The series is also licensed in Taiwan by Kadokawa Media, and in Germany by Egmont Manga. A 26-episode anime television adaptation produced by Assad aired on TV Tokyo between October 2011 and April 2012.

The story revolves around Yukiteru Amano (Yuki), a young boy who observes life and jots down the events on his cell phone. Obsessed with his diary, Yukiteru believes that it records everything that will happen in the future.

One day, he meets Deus Ex Machina, the God of Space and Time, who grants him a “Random Diary,” which shows highly descriptive entries based on the future and forces him into a bloody battle royale with 11 other holders of similarly powerful future diaries.

4. Danganronpa

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Danganronpa is a visual novel developed by Spike Chunsoft, which was originally released in Japan on July 29, 2009. The game was later localized in English by NIS America for the PlayStation Portable on October 27, 2009. The game was released for Microsoft Windows on April 23, 2010.

The game is set in a high school with an unknown number of students. The students are divided into three classes: Hope, Despair, and Neutral. The Hope class is an elite group that have passed the class trial.

3. Blood-C


Blood-C is a 2011 anime television series co-produced by studio Production I.G and manga artist group Clamp. The series is directed by Tsutomu Mizushima and written by Nanase Ohkawa. It follows the life of Saya Kisaragi, a seemingly ordinary teenage girl who lives in a shrine and is tasked with protecting her town from monsters called Elder Bairns.

The series aired for 12 episodes on MBS’ Animeism programming block between July 8, 2011, and September 30, 2011. The series was also streamed on Hulu and Crunchyroll in North America and Anime on Demand in the United Kingdom. A spin-off film titled Blood-C: The Last Dark was released in Japanese theaters on June 2, 2012.

Blood-C’s story revolves around Saya Kisaragi, a clumsy and kind girl who serves as a shrine maiden at her father’s shrine and spends her days either doing shrine maiden duties or hanging out with her friends. Unbeknownst to anyone but Saya herself, she is actually a monster known as an Elder Bairn that slaughters other Elder Bairns when she sleeps at night.

2. Overlord

The fantasy anime “Overlord” is an adaptation of the light novel series written by Kugane Maruyama and illustrated by so-bin. The story begins when an MMORPG called Yggdrasil is about to shut down but the main character Momonga and his friends are still online. Momonga decides to stay in the game until the servers finally shut down.

However, when the clock strikes midnight, something happens – Momonga is still fully conscious as his character, but now all the NPC characters are behaving strangely. It turns out that he has been transported into the game world and now he looks exactly like his game avatar, leaving him with one big question on his mind.

1. Berserk

Berserk, also known as Sword-Wind Chronicle Berserk, is a Japanese anime television series that aired from 1997 to 1998. It is based on Kentaro Miura’s Berserk manga and a sequel to the Golden Age Arc film trilogy. The story centers on the life of Guts, an orphaned mercenary warrior on his quest for revenge.

The series was produced by OLM and was directed by Naohito Takahashi with music composed by Susumu Hirasawa. The 25 episodes were first aired on Nippon TV from October 7, 1997 to March 31, 1998. 


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