The plot in both stories are extremely similar, with the main protagonists being unwillingly summoned to another world to fulfill their roles as 'heroes'. Yes, in inverted commas. Additionally, both stories are held in a setting that is very much alike that of an RPG (Role-playing Game). Both are also adaptations of their respective light novels.
1) Both of the story is similar mainly about a similar setting where the alternate world needs to summon four heroes to combat the waves of calamity but in wordmaster, they accidentally summoned 5 people instead, which also defeated their original legend's purpose while trying use them to further the kingdom's goals.
2) Both of the story is also similar in the setting where demi humans are being discriminated by humans and also being enslaved by them using slave crests.
3) Both of the story is also similar in the setting where the main character had to leave the group of heroes who somewhat still thinking that this is still a game and had to live and earn his living by himself, and both stories' characters are given a cheat skill, which a game like viewing feature and setting in it.
4) Both of the story's protagonist is some sort of an anti hero with their own sets moral code such as protecting people who are their ally or of benefit to them and destroying enemies without mercy and also being cynical, calculating yet cool.
5) Both of the story is also similar with both the protagonist will first start making friends as allies with beastman demi humans first. Therefore, both of them are some sort of furry fan.
6) Both of the story's protagonist are also hard learners and are both smart yet dense in a way.  read more
The theme of both mangas is probably quite typical for fantasy stories. There's a hero from another world that has to defeat the Demon Lord and everything looks like straight from an MMO. Quite typical and simple. However, those that are fond of characters that do not trust others that easily and/or instead do their stuff their own way, unlike written in the script, should check out these mangas.
Extremely similar,hero gets summoned along with 3 others to defeat the [Add monseter invasion name here].The protagonists are both considered weaker than the other 3 and they hide their true power from the others.
These series follow protagonists who are transported into an alternate universe, however, both characters are soon left alone, betrayed. They both slowly grow and with help of their disdain for those who left them, they become stronger. They explore the path each character took in order to gain their strength, mixed with comedic scenes to lighten the mood.
An RPG plot manga where the main character is betrayed for some reason forcing him to start from zero.As the story goes he starts to level up and gain new abilities in order to archieve his objectives.
1) Both of the story's protagonist is either summoned or reincarnated to another medieval fantasy world where heroes, gods, monsters, etc exist, where they are forced to start from the scratch.
2) Both of the story's protagonist is able to make use of surrounding items and monsters to increase their powers with also some slightly similar game-like features to it.
3) Both of the story's protagonist is some sort of an anti hero with their own sets moral code such as protecting people who are their ally or of benefit to them and destroying enemies without mercy and also being cynical, calculating yet cool.
4) Both of the story's protagonist is able to built and rise their own army to power from scratch.
5) Both of the story's protagonist likes compounding, crafting and making things. They are also hard worker and learners.
6) Both of the story's protagonist are smart yet dense in a way read more
In both of these manga, there was a group of heroes on a quest to defend a kingdom. In Tate no Yuusha, the heroes were called to the world. As for Übel Blatt, they were gathered by the king.
Both protagonists were betrayed by their comrade and were labeled a bad person.
After being betrayed, they both seek vengeance against the traitors. Along their journey they meet up with people who know they're good.
In Übel Blatt, the protagonist is considered the strongest swordsman while in Tate no Yuusha he was considered weak and useless because he only had a shield as a weapon.
If you enjoy a plot where the hero was betrayed by their comrade and seeks revenge, you'll enjoy both of these. read more
Both protagonists are out for revenge against the ones who betray them. The ones who betray them are considered as heroes, while the MC's are considered as villains. Both have a fantasy setting, and both are incredibly underrated (seriously Tate no Yuusha and Ubel Blatt deserve more recognition). Since Tate no yuusha is originally a light novel, then the manga isn't really updating as much and is far behind compared to the actual source material, but Ubel Blatt is being published monthly, so if you love Tate no Yuusha, then definitely try Ubel Blatt.
Both series have characters characters that get dropped into a new world and have to learn about the politics and other info.
In Tate no Yuusha, the character is totally new as opposed to The New Gate but it's still fun.
Tate no Yuusha is a dark-ish take on the 'trapped in a fantasy world that has game like characteristics' story. So instead of it being an MMO with other players it's about integrating into a world that has leveling systems, like DanMachi or Grimgar.
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Both are stories about people reborn in a new world, a world where they are hated and rejected. While Shield Hero is about a "powerless" rejected hero, Light Beyond is about a broken saint. A saint who has lived a painful, cruel life becoming twisted. Both of them are forced to become outcasts and must create a new life for themselves in this twisted, new life
- Two people summoned to a new world and outcasted by royalty
- Treated unjustly and are rejects
- Create a place for themselves
- Supported by a naive slave/maid who do not share the prejudice from the wider community
Both MC were trapped in a VRMMORPG World (In Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari case its similar) where they have to fight to survive/protect something. Both MC is trying to find a way to escape from the world. In the case of SAO Kirito start off being OP early while the MC in Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari get stronger bit by bit. There will be sword fight scenes within both series, medieval-ish setting. However SAO does not have any magic settings in it.
Both characters are transported to an alternate world but only Shield Hero is a true isekai. They also somehow end up as solo players along the way after an incident happened that ruined their lives and team up with a beautiful girl. The differance being that SAO actually has theme of relationships and how our relationship in the virtual world affects the real world while Shield Hero is merely a deconstruction of rpg themed anime in that mc has one of the most powerful weapons in the game but it's too useless to use effectively without a backup.
Both have a male protagonist that goes to another world and want revenge
- Spear guy( good thing I guess)
- Racoon girl
+ Rabbit girl
+ Torture methods
+ Sword power hero
Pretty similar to tate no yuusha, I really recommend you to read the manga ou the light novel
Nidome is about a guy that wants revenge after being betrayed and so he swears that if he ever get another chance to get it he will make sure to make everyone have a Slow and Painfull death.
MCs are both summoned heroes in another world in order to kill the Demon Lord (Nidome) and fiends crawled out from dimensional cracks (Tate no Yuusha).
This new world seems like an online videogame, they can open a menu in which are listed their unlocked abilities and equipment.
They were both betrayed by their first comrades and decided to take their revenge against them. To do so, they can only rely on a demihuman girl bought from a slaver.
And finally, both MCs have unique abilities distinguishing them from all other adventures.
Both male protagonists end up in a new world without exactly knowing how. Although nothing has stated, it does have a certain MMORPG feel to the setting. Both start with the protagonist(s) pretty much bottom rung and having to work their way up.
1) Both works are full of mistery about his respectives themes ( the abyss in "Pandora Hearts" and the wave in "Tate no Yuusha")
2) Both main character want protect to all his loved people even if that mean lose his life
3) The mistery in both works is revealed to measure the story get moving
As a twist of fate in Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari and Yakushoku Distpiari. The two protagonist are given skills that would lead them down the path of despair. Hence effecting their personality, reputation, and even perception of life for the worst. Though dealt with a bad hand. Both of our perceived as villain characters, would have to makes the best of what they got to achieve their goal as supposedly hero.
1) Falling yuusha (hero)
2) Story set in a fantasy world
3) Both main character are hero and have a "awful life"
4) Both main character are persecuted for the country
5) Both work have a world traveler theme
6) Both main character have "cheated" powers
Both have a male protagonist that goes to another world and want revenge
Only Nidome no Yuusha wa Fukushuu, the MC is more of an antagonist (like Overlord vibe), more savage and darker than Tate no Yuusha.
These two quite similiar to each other, like how the MC really resemblances each other Horo (Spice and Wolf) with Rapthalia (Tate no Yuusha). These two manga also about an adventures though in Spice and wolf is more about commerce and in Tate no Yuusha is more about action. But, somehow the atmosphere is quite the same we can feel how the MC feels about their partner and furthermore these series is also enjoyable to watch. If you like adventure and loveable MC you should try this one.
Randomly brought into a fantasy world, a group of ordinary citizens are now tasked with the duty of protecting the kingdom from the evils that reside in the world. The series, however, deviates from the classic "hero versus demon lord" trope. The protagonist of Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari takes the dark anti-hero path in order protect the innocents from the hordes of demons. Even though he is hated by nearly all, he still burdens himself in saving the lives of the people. The heroine of +α no Tachiichi possesses the power of the Holy Maiden, however, she is torn between friendship and duty. While serving as a guardian of the sovereignty, she unwillingly finds herself in a shoujo-themed scenario. read more
Both mangas look like cliche fantasy stories at the first glance and then unexpectedly turns out to be unique masterpieces. Akame ga kiru is about the boy with noble intentions searching for adventure and instead finding cruelty and corruption of the empire, while Tate no yuusha is about a modern guy thrown into fantasy adventure, but getting rejected by it from the very start, and struggling to survive.
Try reading Isekai de "Kuro no Iyashi Te" tte Yobareteimasu and Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari together. It's like you are looking at a coin flip for deciding who gets the more pleasant half of the situation they are in.
Just like SAO and some other series, mangas and novels, this 2 are about virtual reality online role playing, the lives of the protagonist in them and the dangers they have to face. The only difference is, Tate no Yuusha does not only show a more promising plot, until now, it has also been the most fun to read.
It wouldn't amaze me to see this manga animated next year, and gaining the same amount of popularity as SAO.
The premise of the stories is that the main characters starts anew in a fantasy based setting, ability which is looked down by others or just plain gets looked down by other later he finds a way to make use of ability .
Both have a fantasy-world setting. "Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari" is a slightly more sinister manga, with the MC being falsely accused of rape and everyone turning against him cause a barbaric and distrusting streak in his behaviour and "Yasei no Last Boss ga Arawareta!: Kokuyoku no Haou" is about a guy being trapped in a game as a female character.
In both series the MC were summoned into another world. Both are Medieval-ish with Magic settings. Saito is like a slave for Louise in Zero No Tsukaima while the MC in Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari is the opposite. (Master). In the case of Saito he was summoned into Louise's world to protect her while Naofumi were summoned to protect another world.
Both are set in a fantasy world. "Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari" is a slightly more sinister manga, with the MC being falsely accused of rape and everyone turning against him cause a barbaric and distrusting streak in his behaviour. "Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami" is about a girl getting reborn into an Otome Game as the villianess and avoids her fate and uses her old world knowledge to better the land her father hands to her.
Both hero 'reincarnate' to a new world, and the unwanted hero from the person that summon them. Living independently hated by the kingdom. <br/><br/>While Tate no Yuusha is more dark/depressing,Tsuki ga Michibiku is more relaxing but at the same time have some bloody event happened as well. Both are great read.