For as long as he can remember, Cheeky Kid has been immersed in the world of anime and manga. With that, he is able to enter into other realms.
“BOFURI: I Don’t Want to Get Hurt, So I’ll Maximize My Defense” is the headline. It only takes a quick glance to see that this is an RPG-themed comedic animation!
In the world of online gaming, BOFURI is a light-hearted and entertaining entertainment. A beginner online gamer named Maple decides to spend all of her status points defending herself in this story. Maple will have an avatar with limit-breaking defense if this plan is implemented, which may seem absurd at first glance.
I adore how BOFURI is both a lighthearted anime parody and a gritty role-playing game. This program does a great job of exploring and conveying the fun of playing a massively overpowered MMORPG avatar, even if it is nearly impossible in real life. It’s basically how I fell in love with this show.
If you enjoyed BOFURI, then these other anime picks are sure to be a hit with you as well. It’s a good idea to catch all of them while you can, because they’re all very similar.
1. Hataage! Kemono Michi (Rise Up)
I can’t get enough of the anime parallel universes. Hataage! stands out among the many RPG-themed and isekai series I’ve watched. A crowd goes wild when WWE wrestlers take a steel chair out from beneath the rug, and that’s how Kemono Michi makes people go wild. Wrestling is the main focus of this anime, which takes place in a completely different planet.
In honor of Hataage’s Genzou “Animal Mask” Shimada! For a wrestler, Kemono Michi is completely outmatched! To put it another way: He is a force to be reckoned with, even if you don’t believe me. He’s been given the mission of taking down the demon lord. Above all else, Animal Mask is on a mission to protect all of our furry friends from harm.
Hataage! This game isn’t the best, but Kemono Michi still manages to be zestily entertaining. After all, it did occasionally make me laugh. To be honest, I think its premise is really original. In today’s dissatisfied and sluggish world, comedic shows like this are a blessing.
2. Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! (KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!)
Is Maple’s defense dumbfounding? If so, Kazuma’s luck is mind blowing! Kazuma is your man when it comes to bad luck and happy accidents—with a heavy emphasis on bad and accidents!
Kazuma had no idea he’d end up in such a ridiculous situation. He had no idea he’d meet a snarky goddess and be resurrected in another dimension. This has been accomplished and I can go on. These are just the beginning of his new exploits (or rather, his new escapades)!
Because KonoSuba is the funniest recent isekai anime, I beg you to check it out! A jester that keeps on giving, it has nothing to do with seriousness. Laughter is a constant feature of the show. This is a show that I would suggest with all of my heart.
3. Shinchou Yuusha (Cautious Hero)
Isn’t it better to be like Seiya’s character, Seiyuu, than to have an overwhelming defense? Exactly, Seiya’s apprehension is genuine!
Overpowered men, invulnerable characters and super-strong heroes have been well-documented, but have you heard of Seiya? He’s so cautious that it’s beyond belief! Seiya’s cautious temperament is certainly inconvenient, yet he manages to succeed in practically every endeavor because of it. They say that half the battle is being prepared, but Seiya shows that being over-prepared nearly always wins you the battle!
Shinchou Yuusha’s tiny size is what I enjoy most about it. It exceeded all my expectations despite having only 12 episodes and looks as if its just like any other mediocre isekai anime. Mind you, Shinchou Yuusha is pretty amusing. Also, the staging and nuance of the performance are first-rate. Let go of your preconceived notions and give this show a shot!
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari (The Rising of the Shield Hero)
4. Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari (The Rising of the Shield Hero)
As the title suggests, Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari is titled The Ascension of the Shield Hero “Shield” in the title brings to mind BOFURI, which also contains the term “defend” in its name.
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari, in contrast to BOFURI, is not a comedy anime. It’s has its own wacky and adorable moments, but it’s also fairly serious and adult in its topics. It’s awe-inspiring how this show’s story is so creative and unique. Moreover, it’s interestingly political in a variety of ways. Throughout the entire show, it’s an exhilarating experience.
Let’s return to the subject of “shield” and “defense.” A shield is the primary weapon of Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari’s protagonist. That being said, his defensive prowess is unquestionable. Because Naofumi’s shield isn’t simply an average shield, it has a variety of surprises and shocks. See this show as soon as possible if you’re interested in learning more.
5. Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken (That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
What do you think of slimes as RPG monsters? Now that Rimuru has been reincarnated in another realm, the old adage that slimes are weak is no longer valid!
RIMURU, from Tensei shitara Slime Datta Despite his appearance, Ken is in fact a 37-year-old man who was reincarnated as a slime in an RPG-like fantasy realm. As a slime, he’s got an incredible advantage!
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken is a ton of fun, much like BOFURI. Despite the fact that it’s a typical shounen anime, it’s enjoyable to watch. This anime’s world-building is so impressive to me that I can’t get over it. Rimuru himself would happily suck in objects into his jelly-like slime body and enjoy the experience.