They are both isekais with good for nothing main characters that goes through conflict after conflict after conflict after.... in order to get things done.
In both shows the male MCs are pretty similar, they are thought of as incapable people, they are summoned to a different world with unfavorable conditions and try to make do and live with what they have at hand and their wits. With one way or another they are thrown in some fights they cant win but still try their best to live. As they progress they make friend/allies and enemies.
-Both involve the protagonist being transported to a similar type of fantasy world, in terms of magic, architecture, etc.
-Both protagonists quickly realize that this isn't the fantasy world they dreamed of through betrayal and tragic events
-Both have a large cast of similar female characters
-Both protagonists will 'save' these females in one way or another causing a friendship or in some cases attraction to develop from the female's side
In both series, the protagonist got tortured in the fantasy world, became mentally sick, and received redemption from the person beside him.
Both shows are a darker approach to the isekai genre and focus a lot on the tormenting of the MC and their approach to resolving these issues
Both are isekais where the MC does not even act surprised after transporting to another world.Also,he starts as a loner and ends up with a harem.
both are almost similar in every way
- the main character go into another world without knowing
- both have a girl name Rem and Raphtalia who have a sad past and they get saved by the
main character and fall in love with the main character both
- main character fill the world they live in is the hell
now the main difference is re:zero is kind of a horror anime and tate no yuusha is a action anime
They are both isekai with good for nothing main characters that goes through conflict after conflict after conflict after.... in order to get things done.
in both of these anime series the MC suddenly gets transported to another world,both mcs are considering themselves useless in the real world and when they get another chance in different worlds they decide to change into a powerful,respectful person.
subaru and Naofumi are similar in many ways but...subaru has a more cheerful character and Naofumi is more serious and self preserved.
both MCs are surrounded by cute girls and allies and enemies who they need to defeat and deal with.
both of them are highly recommended to watch for those who like these kinds of stories :)
-Both anime contain main characters' teleporting to another fantaay world without their will.
-Both anime have a story of drama that explains even though you are the exceptional supernatural powered person, there will be betreyals and hard conditions for adapting to this new world.
-Both anime contain a main character who facing some though events by alone itself.
-Both anime contain a main character who needs help of his companions.
you will like this anime because of the story. the story and the protagonist is pretty similar to tate no yuusha
Both main characters travel to a fantasy world and have to overcome hardships along there journey
- Both are "hard isekai", i.e. touch politics, social differences etc. as compared to isekai as an excuse plot for a harem show
- Both have a large world with a diverse cast, i.e. epic narrative proportions
- For my taste, both are at the same quality level within the genre of isekai
- Both MCs suffer and hate the world they are in
- Both have good sound and music
- Both have a female character unconditionally loving the MC, but get rejected, and keep loving and supporting
- Both have government structures and powers way above what a single hero could easily change
- Both have a side character trader
-Both are isekai.
-Both Anime's MC is in Hardcore isekai.
-One MC has no special power the other MC has Power of Shield.
-Both MC suffer at start in some or other way.
its an isekai, like all isekai the mc is transported to anther word. the problem with most isekai for me is that they don't take them self's to serious especially in the past year or two, but rezero is doesn't have that problem. the mc carter development is very good and he's probably the most relatable to any weeb out there but you might not pick that up on the 1st viewing. its a classic every one should see at least once before you die:) if not more
I think these shows pair up well for a variety of reasons. Both do a good job balancing drama and comedy, creating complex and interesting character psychology, and have a similar fantasy aesthetic. The Naofumi/Raphtalia dynamic in Shield Hero is fairly similar to Subaru/Rem. I thought both duos were compelling and the highlight of their respective stories. If you enjoyed Re:Zero, I don't think The Rising of the Shield Hero will disappoint!
Both are some top tier isekais with protagonists that actually have a hard time and go through some shit.
Both Protagonist go through trials and defeat again and again and both are abducted without their consent
Both are isekais with main characters struggling to survive in the new world.