Synonyms: Problem Children Are Coming From Another World, Aren't They?
Published: Apr 1, 2011 to Apr 1, 2015
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SynopsisIzayoi Sakamaki, Asuka Kudou, and You Kasugabe have tremendous psychic powers and are bored with the regular world. An envelope arrives for each person, and when each opens their envelope, they are stunned to see the scenery around them change to a world they had never encountered before. They've been summoned by the Black Rabbit to help the community "No Name" to overthrow the Devil King.
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Better that the anime there is more details. You can understand the characters a lot better. The story can be pretty confusing in some parts however no enough to bother you but still. Is a refreshing MC not just a weakling that just head on at every problem in front of him with a head full of air (i don't particular hate those though), instead is ridiculous strong jaja, very smart and reliable character; of course that leads to his weakness(read to figure out). Yes, in some parts someone kick his ass. puttin aside the mc another thing to notice is the heroines in the novel they grow, get strong and harden their determination asuka kuro sagi, etc they are useful and interesting to watch they are not just fan service.
so read it is good. read more
People who are tired of the world were invited to go into a different world. Due to reasons and interests, the invited people decided to go. It also happen that in both world they are invited, every conflict is to be decided by "games". While Mondaiji-tachi, the "games" are called games but not necessarily simple games but games that consist of war like situations. No Game No Life on the other hand, the games are simply games with additional element to make it more interesting.
Taking place in a fantasy realm, these two series are no strangers to competitions and games. In fact, the essence of gameplay is the flagship of both of these series. The main characters are intelligent and are able to take risks. They take advantages and fights strategically with wit to achieve results. In fact, the main male protagonist is especially noticeable for his skills.
Both series has bits of fan service and comedy mixed in for fun.
The two are VERY similar. They are brought from a different world to play games. The characters in both novels are given the responsibility to take over a nation and rebuild it from the ground up.
The protagonists in both story were adopted and raised by a powerful woman; they then travel around the world with their foster parent and learn a lot about myths, legends, mythical and supernatural creatures.
Both protagonists are smart, have good deduction skill and act cool.
In both series the main character gets transported to different world and play games expect that in Alice in Borderland they play to survive and generally have a darker theme than Mondaiji-tachi.
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Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? (Problem Children are coming from Another World, Aren't They?) exhibits strong connections to legendary tales and Greek mythology. Let's take a look into the background and historical connections this anime/manga incorporates.
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