Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken


That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

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Synonyms: TenSura
Japanese: 転生したらスライムだった件
English: That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime
German: That Time I Got Reincamrnated as a Slime
Spanish: That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime
French: That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime
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Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 2018 to Mar 19, 2019
Premiered: Fall 2018
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 00:00 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: 8bit
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy
Theme: DemonsDemons
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Ranked: #4182
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Popularity: #95
Members: 1,084,146
Favorites: 21,311

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Somewhat similar animes with the main similarity being world development. If you are a fan of Overlord you will most likely be a fan of Slime. In both animes the main character is overpowered and that is used as a plot device for world building and domination. The main difference is that Overlord is somewhat more "grim". 
report Recommended by SeekingWaylander
The main characters are reincarnated as a monster with video game like abilities in a different world or realm with lots of different life forms. They have memories of their previous life. They both level up. 
report Recommended by CoffeeBean
Both stories involve protagonists originating from Japan and being transported to a fantasy world with superhuman powers, which propels their power as a monarch. They establish cities with locals, mainly monsters, and come into conflict with fellow humans. Both has comedic moments throughout the story. 
report Recommended by Aleron
Both are stand out shows in their seasons for being Isekai's that both play with the viewer expectation in a simple way. Changing the status quo in small ways that aren't particularly mind-blowing, but effective and utilized to each of their strengths  
report Recommended by Alufei
Main protagonist dies and reincarnates into a fantasy world with swords and magic with his previous life's memory intact. Protagonist is trying to navigate the new world based on their previous experiences. Lots of ecchi-comedy moments and has huge character development for the protagonist since after all in Tensei, protagonist is a slime and in Mushoku Tensei, the protagonist is born as a baby. 
report Recommended by Aleron
The fantasy, OP main characters that become OP by obtaining ridiculous new skills.  
report Recommended by timewellspent
They both involve having to get used to a new way of living. Starting a new society. Working together and building a society.  
report Recommended by JakklL
- Overpowerd Main Character - Badass Main Protagonist - Genre: Isekai - Closed to being in an RPG, "Time that I reincarnated into a Slime" but plot twist, he's rather thrown to be on the Monster Side than the Human side, wouldn't considered much being a villain however "Arifureta" is meant that the main character wants to go home to his normal world but instead he has the power to kill gods.  
report Recommended by DarkZyo
Probably has been said but both have neat similarities. Both protagonists transported to a world to establish, create and maintain a new type of society that benefits the world they were transported in. Both go through a multitude of trails and tribulations but goes in with an outlook of not just positivity, but an ideal to better others. Both world are vibrant, colorful and intriguing cast member and both have stories that go to interesting places that is entertaining. 
report Recommended by Alufei
Both titles feature adult protagonists in seemingly small and “weak” characters, prone to discrimination and underestimation. However, they have used their charisma and knowledge of the real world to improve their situation in the new world, gaining admirers and recognition but attracting danger at the same time. The stories are wholesome and share an almost too “friendly” approach in style, using prominent themes of trust, friendship and family. Ascendance of A Bookworm is more female-friendly as opposed to “Slime” since the latter features a harem (not over the top), big-busted women, and more action. Nevertheless, the attention to world-building and pacing are similarly well done. 
report Recommended by blue_bee29
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
Both are isekai anime, which have similar take on that kind of show. They don't take itself seriously and have some great comedy moments. "Tensei Shitara Slime datta Ken is like Konosuba but with overpowered main protagonist" is how I describe it to most people. If you enjoy either of these shows, you should check the other one out. 
report Recommended by Dessperant
After dying both male MCs are reincarnated to another world. The world they now live in have magic and both MCs are overpowered compered to other people. 
report Recommended by iwsifakismag
Both male lead cool and have nice character Both have overpowered after was die Both has similar setting (where male lead die with stupid idea) 
report Recommended by Syureria
Both are rather OP but relaxed about it Both MC's get put into another world after they died Both involve slimes (Tensei the MC is the slime; kami the MC collects them) Kami is more slice of life with more relaxed vibe. Tensei has more combat but still is about the nice chill moments.  
report Recommended by nickolai
Both are isekai with an overpowered protagonist and both are just fun shows that don't take themselves too seriously.  
report Recommended by MaskOfIce
Both are Isekai anime. If you like this kind of stories, you will like both. Although re-zero has an slower start, and Tensei Slime has a really quick start, both are really good anime.  
report Recommended by hobbito
They're both isekai anime. If you like the genre, you will probably like them both. They are both mostly light-hearted shows, and the protagonists don't take themselves too seriously most of the time. The both have absurd moments that make you laugh out loud, and they both throw some unexpected things your way (tsundere dragon, how to get closer during a summoning ritual). 
report Recommended by workinHikikomori
- OP main character with a "happy-go-lucky" attitude - Set in medieval fantasy world - The early arcs concentrate on building the "crew" around the main character - General vibe and color scheme are similar. - Both shows can take themselves seriously when they want to, but there's always room for a bit humor, too. - distinct and interesting side characters 
report Recommended by P2k3r2
Both isekai animes have OP characters as their main, and also focuses on world-building while leading an army. 
report Recommended by Sotetsuuuu
They both have an exciting story and it both takes place In another world. They are full of excitement and adventures and I hope you enjoy them :P 
report Recommended by Kong38
2 MC that are very smart and good at building society by improving it's economy and political stability, so I recommend go watch and check it out. 
report Recommended by Shamrock2170
Both set in a game universe Both main characters are overpower  
report Recommended by PedDiStreet
Main character dies and gets reincarnated to another world/timeline. Plus its's an adult man reincarnated (kinda) as a little girl. 
report Recommended by Cymus
Similarities: 1. Both MC started their ordinary lives as adults. 2. Both found themselves in an alternate world where they have to start from scratch. 3. Both were able to become powerful mage. 4. Both have a couple of harem members. Dissimilarities: 1. One MC didn't die when he go transported to the alternate world only to find himself in a body of a 5 year old kid , while the other MC died and was reborn as a slime. 2. One has a kaiju as part of his team while the other doesn't,  
report Recommended by Horn_dawg_2019
- simply: very similar overall vibe - main character gets isekai'd - main character makes a lot of allies due to helping them, unintentionally gains people's respect and they start treating them in a special way - most people become friends with or love the main character - focused mainly on those friendly relatioships - the type of anime you'd watch to relax after a long day - maybe not the same, but I'd say that a similar colorful art style... [other than that, Slime is more serious/fantasy&magic/fight focused, Otome is more light/romance/slice of life, i guess] 
report Recommended by Alesko
tensura and beastars both are anime set in Non-Human Protagonists Legoshi And Ranga Both same is Wolves  
report Recommended by Zonecommander26
Slime? Yes An anime about slimes "TenSura" is about a literal slime, while "Slime 300" is about fighting slimes. Nevertheless, both series focus on how a person can be so powerful through the influence of slimes. 
report Recommended by Solaris-----
Both focus on politics with some comedy, although Genius prince might be slightly more focused on the comedy part. 
report Recommended by TKD_Weirdo
Both anime are incredibly wholesome and fun to watch while Tensura shows some action and wholesomeness, Barakamon shows us the daily life of the protagonist and wholesomeness. In short both stated anime are incredibly unwinding and can be watched at a quick pace. 
report Recommended by Zero_Kashi
Both series have similarities - Have element of trade between regions - Establish relations or peace between regions - MC traveled another countries to negotiate with the owner / king for cooperation - Build a trading country - Have OP MC - Bring enemy characters as partners or guards and make MC the master 
report Recommended by Rinkahai
“The hidden dungeon only i can enter” is a non-isekai ecchi version of “That time i got reincarnated as a slime”. If you enjoyed the knock-off, you’ll most certainly enjoy the real thing. 
report Recommended by VitaMea
Same concept, a useless body collects different skills by absorbing/defeating and becomes powerful. While slime relies mainly on skills, in the fruit of evolution it has more like a RPG levelling system.  
report Recommended by Shuriken_
the amount of politics in these 2 anime is simmilar as in the poweplay between the different nations. gate is about a nation trying to civilize a different world as in teaching and integrating modernday values into an seemingly uncivilized world, and slime is about a creature starting his nation in a similar world to be honest but we get more content about the relations between the different species in slime. 
report Recommended by Old_Farmer
They are both animes that put a very unique twist on the Isekai genre. And focus a lot on the world-building instead of an overpowered MC. Granted Slime does have an overpowered MC but it still makes up for it by the effort it puts into the side characters.  
report Recommended by Noxess
both mc's are overpowered af 
report Recommended by Matziii
- The main characters both have petite bodies, blue hair, and are very OP - Set in a medieval fantasy world - Eye-catching action scenes with fun elements - The supporting characters are also particularly interesting and powerful Note: Magi is not an isekai animea  
report Recommended by kiqinehhh
- isekai - op main lead - harem - city building 
report Recommended by beigechan
similarity 1. Both anime have mc that start of weak but latter become op 2. rimuru and rudeus were middle aged men and reincarnate after dying differences 1. rimuru is slime while rudeus is a human 2. slime is about building a new town while mushoku tensei is about mc overcoming is past to become a better person  
report Recommended by anustubh
Both anime based in a city, which protoganists are trying to develop it  
report Recommended by oazuz
Both shows have op demon lords. They slowly start to build up followers. Both characters are way too op for their respective worlds and they destroy stuff. 
report Recommended by GameBeastYT
Both have great art and interesting main characters. In both main character has some kind of group with him/her. Both are funny in their own ways. I would just love to see them in recommendations because I enjoyed both.  
report Recommended by NeiShiro
Even though they are fundamentally different genres, both have a strong emphasis on friendship, solidarity and never - ending adventures. Plus, hxh includes an isekai arc, and TSSDK is an isekai itself.  
report Recommended by owaranaiyumega
They have similar visuals. (Flip flappers has better visuals tho.) They both are hearth warming. They both have simple and peaceful characters. They both are fantasy-action.  
report Recommended by Ignoramus-
A relative nobody gains an incredible power and uses it to influence geopolitics. In Death Note the power is more limited, creating a tenser story, and the tone is pessimistic rather than optimistic. 
report Recommended by tosifusouou
A relative nobody gains an incredible power and uses it to influence geopolitics. In Code Geass the power is more limited, creating a tenser story, and the tone is pessimistic rather than optimistic. 
report Recommended by tosifusouou
The protagonists of both series play the straight man to the tropes the series uses. 
report Recommended by Tenderizer17
Both feature protagonists able to absorb skills and abilities that start as a primitive organism. 
report Recommended by wiseleo
Both main characters have reincarnated. Both characters held skills that astonish their surroundings. Having charisma and power they change the environment. I like how they do things that break the common sense of their surroundings. 
report Recommended by catastrophy
Although the theme is different, the struggles of main characters are similar, which is non existent. The main characters are never in trouble, because both are genius and overpowered. They are surrounded by people who revere power more than anything. I think these two series are similar but in a bad way. 
report Recommended by Oonokami
-Both animes are about the main character transporting into a new world and starts from scratch -Both of the main characters is extremely OP and gains new skill every time they destroy a monster, making them even more unstoppable -Meets new people and develops their own community on their own, gathering people and land -Both main characters have the same personality traits in terms of their humor, attitude, and how they can be sinister at times -Super fun anime, both light-hearted anime, you'll like one another 
report Recommended by iNinjeek
Both anime share a super strong main character who can pretty much do anything with magic. Both have a focus on empire building. Both Main Characters have strong friends that look up to the MC. Both anime are also pretty laid back, but Reikenzan has less adventure and a stronger focus on training to become better 
report Recommended by gurrenm3
Both have action , fights , and fantasy and a very interesting story , although completely different from each other . One is darker than the other , where the MC trains hard to become strong and protect his remaining family while the other might seem a bit more chill , where the MC is OP but the MC has something to protect too . Either way I enjoyed both very much , both are , to me , very good anime  
report Recommended by Kong38
Both animes take place in a fantasy setting w/ dragons. and as an added bonus much like how the girls went into the dragons body in That Time I got reincarnated as a Slime has a dragon being absorbed by a Slime's body 
report Recommended by nidoqueen106
-Both are Isekai's and in both of them, the main protagonist builds a team of other characters to aid him. Both involve world building although it is much more significant in Slime - Both the MC's (Rimuru and Kazuma) are vary of stereotypes and jinxes and both make fun of them regularly - Both are comedic and don't take themselves seriously - Both anime have a fair bit of fanservice although none of them ever venture into any significant romantic relationship between the characters. - Both have a very powerful man protagonist (aqua and rimuru) - Unlike slime where most of the characters act rationally are loyal to Rimuru and  read more 
report Recommended by MJROCKS05
- Both anime have an overpowered main character who is laid back and knows about his power, both have a sense of justice and righteousness - Both anime have multiple comedy scenes and very memorable supporting characters. Both of them form an entourage of powerful friends who aid them in battle. - Both characters attract powerful enemies and hence both anime have mutiple fight scenes -Both anime have a power ranking system (SS Rank, A rank etc.) - However, unlike OPM, Rimuru's power grows steadily during the series whereas Saitama is OP from the start - Also, Slime has much more world building than OPM 
report Recommended by MJROCKS05
Both present a magical setting. A vast world of mystery and monsters. I always found myself entertained while watching each episode. How the characters solved their problems, the locations they visited, Rimuru´s humor, Elias´s wisdom and mystery. Both series share the bonds of family. Rimuru builds up the goblin village and eventually more residents of different races settle there. He will seek solutions to protect his citizens and if necessary resort to violence. Elias sees Chise as his familY, and i believe he cherishes her more than anyone or anything. :) 
report Recommended by Nikoocheese
Both series involve overpowered protagonists that you end up rooting for regardless, due to the shows' abilities to focus on minor characters and their growths alongside the MC. As well as this, both protagonists kinda involve some sort of progression that you get invested in; with Slime you end up rooting for Rimuru's village's growth; with One Punch Man you end up rooting for Saitama's recognition in the Hero Association. All fights are full of hype- especially the ones where you know that the protagonist wins, and acts as catharsis when you see the villain finally get beat up. 
report Recommended by anglersand
Both main characters lead a group of monsters. Along with wanting to leave humans leave. Their followers both have undying loyalty. Along with op powers whether they are magic or other abilities. I would 100% recommend both. 
report Recommended by The_AnimeCorner
-Pretty op protagonist -Made leader of a group -Died and returned to an unknown land -Helps a village become stronger through his help  
report Recommended by Anime_Critic
Both feature a person (or slime) of seemingly dubious origins, yet somehow being able to unite a multi-racial force in order to start a nation. Much of the plot focus on both the formation of the new countries and the trials that the new nations face. 
report Recommended by HalRyder
Isekai anime revolving around an OP main Character. Lighthearted in nature, and can be funny at times.  
report Recommended by SaintJames012
1. You can find goblins in both 2. The MC is overpowered 3. Races and classes seem pretty familiar to me BUT 1. Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken is an Isekai while Goblin Slayer is not 2. Reincarnated as a slime seems more of a comedy than a drama (I mean aside from the fight between demon lord and Rimuru, I didn't see any dramatic moments, meanwhile Goblin Slayer is more deep, dark anime, we all remember that scene from ep 1) 3. Smashable Goblins (When you say Goblin Slayer you mean rape, ugly goblins, etc. Meanwhile when you say Reincarnated as a Slime you mean waifu goblins that are actually  read more 
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