>Protagonists are in their mid-late 30s. (Both of them are also named Satoru lol) Both are also virgins who never had a girlfriend.
>They're both overpowered.
>Both have extremely loyal subordinates.
>Both of them build a country from scratch.
>Both are good natured people but take extreme action when needed.
>Both have the potential and ability to create a harem, but refrain from doing so for valid and personal reasons.
>Both of them unknowingly/accidentally end up doing incredible things.
>Overlord is more dark themed while TenSura is more light, with occasional dark theme spikes.
>Rimuru prioritizes friendship and good ties more than overpowering new acquaintances.
>Momonga is overpowered from the start and has no power growth, whereas Rimuru is overpowered only in his vicinity and has to grow to keep up with increasingly powerful enemies.
>TenSura protagonist dies in his old world whereas Overlord protagonist (most likely) does not.
>The New World in Overlord is more game-like (levels and such) than the world in TenSura
>Momonga is an overbearing undead skeleton while Rimuru is a cute harmless looking slime. read more
Both are about a very very very op main charater whose a monster that leads a county of monsters, both main characters were also adult humans before they got Reborn into this new world, the one different between two is Slime more nice and fun anime well overlord is more dark.
Both have overpowered main characters, challenges, and good writing! The excel in this genre of isekai and are actually original despite how repetetive one could think this genre is.
In Overlord, the main character acts more like a villain, showing the perspective of a "bad guy". While in Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken, the main character is more of a good guy.
Both anime has good characters and story.
I don't know what to add if you like having overpowered mc and the isekai genre then just go ahead and watch everything :)
Both series feature mid-30's salarymen being reborn as an OP monster in a JRPG-based fantasy world. The MC is gifted with extraordinary skills right off the bat and wields god-like abilities (much to the dismay of the supporting cast). The MC gains a large, ever-increasing number of devout followers (harem time). It's also noteworthy that in both series the MC rules over a group of superior non-humans/monsters.
Basically, this anime caters to your ultimate escapist fantasy/fetish/wet dream. And it's pretty dope.
In Overlord you got more brutal attitude of overpowered protagonist to obeying all world to himself, and in "the slime anime" main character is a little bit mild to enemies. Both are worth watching, mainly because of this aspect. Enjoy!
1.Overpowered main character.
2.Main character's intentions are often misunderstood by their subordinates and others making the main characters seem to possess very high intelligence even though that is not the case always.
3.Both of them are isekai anime.
-exploring the new world they have to live in
-loyal and likable subordinate
-the main character are both OP
-the skill each mc use are both very unique and creative
-SASUGA (mc name)
-the mc are both not human (in the new world)
-the mc loves their subordinate
-the OP and ED of both anime are top notch
-overlord at start ainz sama is already super OP while the mc from that time i was reincarnated as slime grow a little a little as the mc fights
-overlord is more dark than that time i was reincarnated as slime
-in overlord the story focus on alot of the character and sometimes doesnt have alot of screen time for ainz sama but in that time i was reincarnated as slime the story focus on the mc more read more
Both have an OP MC who obliterates everything in his path (Isekai) with an entourage they build over time.
Both have a fair share of comedy and light heartedness
Both have aspects of world building and just like in Overlord, Rimuru wants to find out other people who have come to the new world like him.
The only major difference is that Rimuru is the good guy in the anime whereas in Overlord we see the world through the eyes of the bad guy
Things in common:-
1. Both are Isekai
2. Both have overpowered characters
3. MCs of both anime have similar mindset
4. MC of both animes are non-human
5. They have similar aims.
*Slime is just less vigorous overlord*
If u liked Slime and want more bloodshed or vigorousness then go for overlord
If you like overlord i think you will like this. Its more about comedy and it looks solid after the first episode and it will go on for 24 episodes. Anyways i would recommend to watch one episode of it to see if you like it.
"Tensei Slime is just Overlord on a Lawful Good playthrough."
In both series, the main character is purposely made to be extremely overpowered, to the point of having little to nothing that poses an actual threat to them. As a result, the conflicts in both series have to come largely from something other than fight scenes, since we all know who will win the vast majority of the time; instead, both series focus on what one would do if they had that kind of power. Inevitably, that kind of combat power grants you political power, and both MC's become leaders of a group that follows them religiously (albeit in very different ways).
While in Overlord, Ainz chooses to use this power to take over the world, Rimuru Tempest is an optimistic, compassionate guy who can't say no when he's asked for help. Tensei Slime has all of the politics, comedy and badass moments of Overlord, with none of the torture, sadism or purposely unlikable characters. It's an easy series to sit back and relax to, and enjoy an adorable little slime kick ass and lead a village to greatness. read more
-both isekai anime
-both mc's are not the goody two shoes that we are used to they are evil but not horror level evil, as in not human but an undead/monster that people are afraid of.
-Both mc's get surrounded by some interesting outspoken characters,that get attached to our mc's.
-one difference is that in overlord the mc is a maxed out badass from the get go but keeps it lowkey, the slime 'farms' and gets quite stronger with each passing episode.thankfully the 'farming' is edited nicely to not become boring.
> Both are Isekai series (characters are sent to another world).
> Both main characters are overpowered and deal with "difficult" situations with relative ease.
> Both are set in fantasy worlds (swords, magic, monsters etc.).
> Both have a very laid-back "fluffy" feel. Story arcs are generally focused on making other peoples lives better.
> Both have an English Dub.
> Slime has a more developed story (opinion).
> Isekai Smartphone has major Harem elements.
> Slime's animation is better (opinion).
> Slime is a 25 episode series, Isekai smartphone is 12 (also more likely that slime will get a second season).
> Slime is loved and praised, Isekai smartphone is criticized.
Both are fluffy bubblegum isekai fantasy with OP nice guy protagonist. The way they do "diplomacy" and "politics" is so simplified and it just works out easily that kinda breaks suspension of disbelief. Slime has better story, Smarthphone has harem.
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
Both series have a similar start and both remember more the way to play an MMORPG game where the character has to evolve to be stronger when uses abilities and arms. The protagonists are misunderstood!
both have the same story plot where guy finds himself in another world and both involved having to start from scratch in order to be somebody and to be powerful, however in Tensei, the guy is a 30 year old man who died and was reborn as a single cell organism, while in Tate, the guy is a coll student wh started as a low level hero who become a zero and now has turned into an anti hero.
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.
Both series feature mid-30's salarymen being reborn in a JRPG-based fantasy world. The MC is gifted with extraordinarily OP cheat skills right off the bat and wields god-like abilities (much to the dismay of the supporting cast). The MC gains a large, ever-increasing number of devout followers (or a straight up harem). The opposition, if any, is easily defeated or subdued while the MC grows more and more powerful.
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.
Both series are isekai's that have the protagonist building a civilization from the ground up. Log Horizon is a true transported to a video game while Slime's world is more a pure fantasy world. They are both animated in a super G rated style. The action is fun, but not long or graphic.
Both have a protagonist in a fantasy-like world that are responsible for developing and leading their "people".
Both are relatively stronger than their opponents but for different reasons.
Neither feels overly serious but don't get too far into some of the fantasy cliches.
This has better comedy while Log Horizon has better "wow" moments.
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.
Both have comedic takes on the isekai fantasy genre, poking fun at its established tropes in a loving way. As a general rule, Konosuba is a more cynical deconstruction while Slime tends to be a bit more idealistic.
- 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
I really like the fantasy aesthetic of the both show. The way they portrait different species and kingdom buildings were really good.
And both shows handled OP main characters amazingly.
Also NnT did a great job maintaining op main cast. I really loved the interaction amongst the main cast. It was funny and enjoyable.
Both are isekai's with OP MC'S
Both have a "Demon Lord" Theme common in them
Both focus on building a team of powerful people (7 deadly sins and Rimuru's entourage)
In both the anime, all side characters are not at max power at first but become stronger and stronger till they reach their full strength.
The only difference is that in 7 deadly sins, there is no world building involved.
If you enjoyed the way that 'No Game No Life' had intellectual battles of wit, the chances are you will also enjoy watching 'Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken'. They also both have a comedic element that is on a similar level.
-both have overpowered protagonists who are teleported to other worlds
-have similar feels of comedy
-both protagonists have no interest in love but both share their love for...;)
-if you enjoy one of these animes you will def enjoy the other
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).
Tensei Shitara Slime and Isekai Maou to Shoukan both belong in the Isekai genre of light novel series. They have overpowered protagonists that explore their powers as the plot moves further. They both learn how to adapt in the new existence that they are in and expand their horizons with new friends and allies. The overall fantasy setting with the story and characters gives the same feelings and environment.
-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 actually do the right thing without help from the MC, you have dumbasses like Megumin and Aqua in konsuba who are literally useless without the MC.
Both animes have a very overpowered main character.
Both awesome to watch for Isekai Fans.
They both lead an "army".
But in Tensei shitara.. the Main character is more nice to others then Ainz is.
I realy love both. So check them out :3
- 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
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.
-They both have loli mc.-(lol)
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.
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.