Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku


Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody

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Japanese: デスマーチからはじまる異世界狂想曲
English: Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody
German: Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody
Spanish: Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody
French: Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 11, 2018 to Mar 29, 2018
Premiered: Winter 2018
Broadcast: Thursdays at 23:30 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: SILVER LINK., Connect
Genres: AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy
Themes: HaremHarem, IsekaiIsekai
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Ranked: #70492
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Popularity: #439
Members: 509,106
Favorites: 1,827

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both lighthearted fantasy isekai stories with OP main characters based on light novels. 
report Recommended by xarin42
Game mechanics are important as the setting of the animes. They place importance on life or death in HP, and remain as a character's lifeline throughout the whole anime as a game mechanic. The game's nature is fantasy. Swords and magic skills are decided. 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
In both shows we have a japanese guy being trasported/reincarnated to another world with, of course, some cheats. Both male MCs are OP compared to other people mostly thanks to their cheats and previous world knowledge. 
report Recommended by iwsifakismag
Both male MCs are transported to another world after dying. They also get some cheat skills/powers making them pretty powerful even overpowered compered to others. Furthermore they acquire skills pretty easily. 
report Recommended by iwsifakismag
The main characters are introduced in a new world and quickly discover they're they understand the inner gears of magic... and invest their talent on a harem. 
report Recommended by NatoBoram
Game mechanics are important as the setting of the animes. They place importance on life or death in HP, and remain as a character's lifeline throughout the whole anime as a game mechanic. The game's nature is fantasy. Swords and magic skills are decided. 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
Strong, subtle, overpowered character stuck in a game-like fantasy world. 
report Recommended by UltimaPathfinder
Game mechanics are important as the setting of the animes. They place importance on life or death in HP, and remain as a character's lifeline throughout the whole anime as a game mechanic. The game's nature is fantasy. Swords and magic skills are decided. 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
2 quick isekai anime's if you want to get into the gernes and if you liked them i recommend shield hero its 24 eps but a good one 
report Recommended by Aceu_da_weabu
Strong, subtle, overpowered character stuck in a game-like fantasy world. 
report Recommended by UltimaPathfinder
Isekai medieval fantasies, that focus a lot more on the actual RPG elements (HP, MP, Skills, etc...) rather than casually ignoring them. Both also feature harems forming due to the MC's heroic efforts  
report Recommended by Short_Circut
Isekai's which center around the MC being transported to a world that he himself created (game developer) and gaining an advantage due to prior knowledge on game/world mechanics  
report Recommended by Short_Circut
In both isekai's, the protagonist is able to use knowledge from the real world (Smartphone and internet in Valkyria and former game dev in Death March) in order to benefit themselves in the new world. Both shows also consist of a massive harem, with new members getting added along the way through the 'heroics' of the MC 
report Recommended by Short_Circut
Both are about a character who gets thrown into a fantasy world with game-like elements, while being given enough power and funds to not have to worry about their immediate future, so they travel around the world while helping people they meet along the way. They also both have a similar cheerful and wholesome vibe, and a colourful art style. 
report Recommended by zioming
Just sit back and enjoy this anime that brings this Overpowered MC to an Isekai world with an enjoyable story, nice art, and good soundtracks 
report Recommended by MythicalMagician
Ambos são ISEKAI em que contam histórias simples e leves, e que possuem ali um pouco do cotidiano dos personagens, ou seja, slice of life. Na minha opinião Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku (Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody) é mais divertido, parece ter um pouqinho mais de investimento, mas ainda é simples. A única coisa chatinha dessa obra é a ideia incrível que tiveram dos personagens falarem de traz pra frente para invocarem a magia, isso não ficou nem um pouco irado 
report Recommended by Azzurar
Same concept. Male protagonist gets "transferred" to an RPG fantasy-like world that allows him to meet a group of girls and go on adventures while at the same time minding the difference between fantasy and real life. 
report Recommended by Aleron
Similar OP protag, very similar opening episode with the death rain / flame of demise spell. Both protags try to protect their identity  
report Recommended by Gelebor
Both anime have pretty similar start where the MC woke up in another world. Both focused on MC's everyday life in that world. Both have harems (but Outbreak Company is better, since the MC is actually falling in love with one of the girls). In my opinion, Outbreak Company is better because the MC is not overpowered. So we don't expecting much from him. 
report Recommended by renzospark
The main character has been transported into another world and it's like a video game to them while it's real life for the residents of the world in both anime. 
report Recommended by Ikusu2407
both anime are isekai with an MC locked in a videogame. In both anime there are skillpoint and game feature. 
report Recommended by Tsurao
Guy gets reincarnated into a new word which has magic in it. Becomes overpowered but hides his true identity from others. Both of them are cautious of their new world, want to live an easy life and gets allied with female acquaintances. Although these two animes are not quite of similar story setting but both are enjoyable in similar aspects. Sometimes it can be a little slow going story but they wanted to cover the story perfectly so can't complain. If you like one be sure to check the other out. 
report Recommended by OP_Rider
Starts with exactly the same type as a japanese guy getting reincarnated in a land of magic and fantasy. More like a game setting. Both of the main protagonist are related to games in their previous lives and died at their 30's (around). But they turn young when they get reincarnated into an unknown world. Magic becomes their first use into the new land too. Difference between them is in Mushoku Tensei the story becomes gradually more deep and dark but in Death March the story stays enjoyable and light. If you like one of them be sure to give the other one a try. 
report Recommended by OP_Rider
Both are Isekai where the main character is a slave owner and has a harem of slaves. Both also don't have much of a plot when it comes to the story and the fan service, they are both mostly about the main character fighting in a dungeon with his harem of slaves.  
report Recommended by Jayage
It has the same character that found themselves in a world of magic and fantasy, also in both cases the character were capable of cheating their way around.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
From game to another world, traveling with friends and defeat enemies... also enjoying "normal" life... Ixion Saga is more into comedy and.... ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (I need to rewatch again Ixion Saga to make a better recomendation) 
report Recommended by FrengkySinaga
Strong, subtle, overpowered character stuck in a game-like fantasy world. 
report Recommended by UltimaPathfinder
Strong, subtle, overpowered character stuck in a game-like fantasy world. 
report Recommended by UltimaPathfinder
Male protagonist wakes up in a world with magic and turns out to be quite OP. QF is more adult, the world is modern times, not to mention it's Don Hua rather than anime. 
report Recommended by Kcpr
Game mechanics are important as the setting of the animes. They place importance on life or death in HP, and remain as a character's lifeline throughout the whole anime as a game mechanic. The game's nature is fantasy. Swords and magic skills are decided. 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
both have men working for horrible companies isekai to a new world both men become younger in their new world one goes for 29 to 15 and the other 30's to 8 ' both are overpowered and live as they want one decide to go sightseeing in his new world and the other researching slimes and magic  
report Recommended by Paladin23
Strong, subtle, overpowered character stuck in a game-like fantasy world. 
report Recommended by UltimaPathfinder
this is similar to death march because it has to do with humans entering a non human/human world that otherwise was not known about with all that goes with it, magic, demons etc. 
report Recommended by Kiirsekrosis