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".
>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
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.
Almost the same premise without the shitty secondary characters stories (lizard men arc) and without the horrible CGI that ruins the series
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.
Many people compare SAO to Overlord. But it's just wrong.
Overlord, as well as Slime is a "macro" oriented MMO anime.
That means, they both enter this world they aren't exactly sure of the rules they are under, but both are immenesly powerful. It's not really a problem for the viewer, because that's not really what the anime is all about. It's about how the entire world around them react to their power, and how they use what they have recieved. They both have this underlying shadow of mystery enemies that you have not met yet, that are possibly as strong as them. In similar manner, they
MC super OP
Reborn in a fantasy world
Gathers (or has) loyal and powerful followers
MC is generally a decent bloke
Overlord starts to get a bit more anti-hero later on.
It is similar because in Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken Rimuru built his own country like Overlord that Ains start to create his own kingdom.
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!
- Both very OP
- Both in their 30s
- Loyal Followers
Just watch it!
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
both anime figure 30s men that are isekai one through death and reincarnation and the other summoned or similar transported. both MC are non-human one is a slime the other an un-dead skeleton. Both MC find themselves leading other monsters and struggle as both where middle management. both have at least two of their female underlings competing to be the MC wife/lover
the main difference between the anime is the tone Overlord is much darker and the MC could almost be seen as an anti-hero while Slime the MC does his best to make everything work out
Both Mcs are loner humans that get trapped in a fantasy world in an inhuman/monstrous body. And With their overpowered abilities they start their conquest of said Fantasy world.
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
Both set in different worlds
Both MC are OP
Both MC learn their new world
Overpowered main character from different world.
Subordinates are loyal to him.
Main character plans to build nation.
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
both have hilarous character, but i more like tensei shitara slime datta ken, its more light story and good looking animation
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.
Same isekai feeling. Both characters are trying to establish a nation and they both have strong loyal servants
"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
-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 MC are OP but overlord is dark themed and has a villainous protagonist while Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken is more heroic.
Both anime has the main character transferred to another world as a non-human creature, and become the ruler of a kingdom.
If Rimuru is the paragon god like protagonist of the Isekai world. The Momonga/Ainz is the renegade
-They both have an overpowered MC
-Both have city building elements
-Both MC's came from 'our world'
-Both have/acquire loyal servants
-Overlord is more 'brutal', unlike Tensei which is silly
-Ains/Momonga lost his human emotions and aims to benefit only Nazarick
-Rimuru (MC of Tensei) has not lost his human emotions and wants only peace
That being said if you don't mind these conditions I recommend you both of these shows from the bottom of my heart
People do recommend Overlord with this one, but there aren't much similarities. Overlord has a great character and an amazing story. The character is not just OP, he is truly aware of his powers and is willing to use them properly, while "That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime" features, well, a slime.
The start is very promising and shows a simple Japanese office clerk. I thought, as he is in his middle 30s, he would be a compelling protagonist for this anime. Alas, he truly embraces his "slimeliness" from the 1st episode and behaves in a childish friendly way throughout the story. While the
while both anime have monsters as main characters they take a similar approach to this isekai patern while being overpowerd they tend to always be careful and have as a goal to dominate the world (overlord) or create their own country and have fun (slime isekai)
Overpowered/Strong MC in both
Both Isekai anime
Both MCs do kinda the same things
I really enjoy both and think that they are very similiar
The mcs are pretty similar in power capacities, but slime dude's a bit more of a GOOD guy (a quality ainz is slowly losing)
Both have very distinct yet very similar plots. On both you have an op MC that has a harem for himself but is completely okay with that. You can also see the reality of monsters in fantasy worlds, which is the case of Rimuru and Ainz.
Both stories star nonhuman isekai protagonists who are more powerful than most beings they encounter. These shows have great world-building, and large casts of quirky characters. A good distribution of comedy and drama elements keep these stories entertaining through and through.