5 better animes than Big Brother (confinement and kills)
Any anime is better than Big Brother, right! Feedlot and kill-kill animes! I just didn't find a title that would fit, if it were "Big Brother-like Animes" would be an offense to Japanese pop culture (there are people who do, even respect, but away from me, please). At the end of the post, I'll show you why Big Brother is related to the Apocalypse (it's not theory, it's fact).
A group of 15 high school students, elite in what they do, are gathered in a very special high school class. Graduating from this school essentially means that you will succeed in life, but doing this is very difficult. The school is commanded by a bear named Monokuma and he explains to these students that their graduation revolves around committing a murder. The only way to graduate is to kill one of your classmates and get away with it. If the other classmates discover the identity of the assassin, the same is the only one executed. However, if they fail to catch the culprit, only the murderer forms and the others are annihilated. Which one of the 15 will survive this bloodbath?
Mirai Nikki (Mata-Mata)
Yukiteru is a boy who could be considered strange. With difficulty making friends, for him life is nothing but a great reality show, where he is more a spectator. Everything he sees, he notes on his cell phone, making him his diary. Even stranger are the attitudes of the boy, who imagines, within his thoughts, a Dominator God of time and space. But it wasn't really an imagination… Yukiteru gains from this God the power to predict the future with his cell phone, his "Diary of the future." But not everything is so good: Yukiteru will have to use his power to survive in a game involving dangerous killers and psychopaths, each with a special power in hand. All of them will be competing for ultimately being the successor of God. How will Yukiteru win this game? And who is the mysterious, passionate, dangerous yuno?
Gantz tells the story of the 16-year-old teenager, Kei Kurono, who dies by the subway with a friend, Masaru Katou. After that the two are transported to a room to participate in a bloodthirsty, violent and competitive game, commanded by a "black sphere" called Gantz.
Btooom! (Confinement and Mata-Mata)
The story unfolds around Ryuuta Sakamoto, a neet who is one of the best players of Btooom!, an online game of combat. One day he wakes up on a tropical island without remembering how he got there. He sees a distant silhouette and asks for help, but in response to the silhouette throws something, a "Bim" bomb. At that moment Ryuuta realizes two things: that his life is in danger and that is now in the world of Btooom!
Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin (confinement)
About 10 years after the Second World War, a group of delinquents was sent to the Shonan Special disciplinary School, having to learn to face the atrocities and injustices committed on the site. A student who was already there when the young people arrived acts as their mentor, teaching them about friendship and guiding them through the difficulties.
Rainbow is a differentiated series regarding its theme, dealing with a certain seriousness of a subject often avoided, which is life in a house of correction. By passing through a time when the ghosts of war were alive, the history approach is made by the post-war optics in Japan. The animation is conducted by the famous studio Madhouse, and one of the highlights is its opening with the song "We're Not Alone" by the band Coldrain.
Who's the leader now? Feedlot and kill-kill animes!
Big Brother is basically the apocalypse meter, the more success you make, the closer to the end!!! And you see, it's recently coming back to success. That's very worrying. The end is near even… All the predictions about the end of the world are flaws, but this is definitely true! Just enjoy, watch the feedlot and kill-kill anime!
Big Brother next to that is what?