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10 Animes Like Paranoia Agent

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Here’s a list of 10 Animes Like Paranoia Agent that are perfect for the fans of the anime. Keep reading to find something that might interest you!

1. Death Parade

Death Parade (1st Of 10 Animes Like Paranoia Agent)
Death Parade (1st Of 10 Animes Like Paranoia Agent)

Death Parade follows Decim, a lone bartender at The Quindecim Bar. It’s a bar where people who died at the same time are sent to decide their fate. While they are there, they must compete in Death Games. The result of the games reveals what led them to their situation and what their fate will be afterward. Death Parade is available on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Funimation, and Hulu.

2. Ergo Proxy

Ergo Proxy
Ergo Proxy

Ergo Proxy is a cyberpunk anime series set in a post-apocalyptic utopian future. In that world, humans and AutoReiv androids coexist in peace until one day a virus gives the androids self-awareness. They commit a series of murders which leads to Inspector Re-L Mayer investigating the case. When he goes deeper, in search of answers, an ugly truth unravels before him. Ergo Proxy is available on Netflix and Hulu.

3. Samurai Champloo

Samurai Champloo
Samurai Champloo

Samurai Champloo follows the story of Fuu, Mugen, and Jin. Fuu works as a tea waitress in her town, Jin is a samurai and Mugen is a fierce warrior. One day, their paths cross and the trio embarks on a journey filled with adventures and surprises. Samurai Champloo is available on Hulu.

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4. Death Note

Death Note
Death Note

Death Note is an anime based on the manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. It follows the story of a high school girl, Light, who finds a supernatural notebook called a Death Note. This book leads to the death of anyone whose name is written on it. Death Note is available on Netflix.

5. Gungrave

Gungrave
Gungrave

Gungrave is a Japanese TV series that focuses on Brandon Heat and Harry MacDowell. Both of them a member of the crime syndicate find success and betrayal as they rise through the criminal underworld. Gungrave is available on Funimation, Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video.

6. Mononoke

Mononoke
Mononoke

Mononoke is set in feudal Japan where evil spirits known as Mononoke rule the countryside. One mysterious person has the power to kill these evil spirits. He’s a wandering nameless character known as a “Medicine Seller” who uses his skills and knowledge to slay these demons. Mononoke is available on Amazon Prime Video and Crunchyroll.

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7. Black Lagoon

Black Lagoon
Black Lagoon

Black Lagoon is another great anime TV series. Set in the mid-1990s, it revolves around the adventures of Rokuro “Rock” Okajima, a Japanese businessman. Rock gets abducted by the “Lagoon Company”, a group of outlaws which he eventually joins. Black Lagoon is available on Netflix.

8. Devilman Crybaby

Devilman Crybaby
Devilman Crybaby

Devilman Crybaby revolves around Akira Fudo who lives with his friend Miki, her brother Taro and their parents Noel and Akiko. When Ryo, Akira’s friend informs him that ancient demons have returned to their human world, Akira transforms into a Devilman. He sets out to save other hybrids like himself when the world is on the verge of chaos. Devilman Crybaby is available on Netflix.

9. 91 Days

91 Days
91 Days

91 Days is a Japanese anime TV series set during the US Prohibition era. It follows Angelo Lagusa and his mission to seek revenge against the Vanetti family, which murdered his family in a mafia dispute. He infiltrates the Vanetti family but what happens when revenge gets ugly? 91 Days is available on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, and Crunchyroll.

10. Kaiba

Kaiba
Kaiba

Kaiba is a science fiction anime TV series that takes place in a psychedelic world mixed with the space-opera universe. Kaiba is a man who awakens in a ruined room with no memories. He notices he has a hole in his chest, a mark on his stomach, and a pendant with a picture of a girl he doesn’t know. As he struggles to survive in his new state, the girl from the pendant is experiencing her struggles. Kaiba is available on Amazon Prime Video and Crunchyroll.

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