Hisago Amazake-no and Kurogin collaborated on a series of light novels called ‘Knight’s & Magic’ (Naitsu to Majikku), which was adapted for the big screen by combining the isekai and mecha genres. Ernesti “Eru” Echavalier, a little kid who dreams of building a gigantic humanoid machine to safeguard the human realm from demonic animals, is the protagonist of this novel. Tsubasa Kurata, a Japanese mecha enthusiast, was Eru’s former incarnation. His memories of the earth and his love for mecha are preserved in a parallel universe where magic exists, but he is reincarnated in a noble family and is given a new name. If ‘Knight’s & Magic’ is a favorite of yours, and you’re looking for additional shows with similar themes, this is the list for you.
7. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (2018-)
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime’s main protagonist Rimuru Tempest and Eru’s backstories are very identical despite the lack of a mecha element. A 37-year-old business employee, Satoru Mikami, was Rimuru’s Japanese identity. He was stabbed to death and resurrected as a slime in a new universe.. In his new form, he realizes that he has a wide range of abilities that he may utilize to his advantage.
6. The Vision of Escaflowne (1996)
This is a really ancient show, based on the release date. Hitomi Kanzaki, an apparently typical adolescent, is whisked away to the fantastical realm of Gaea, where she meets a prince. As Hitomi comes to terms with the fact that she will never be able to return home, she begins to embrace her new existence. Because of her exceptional clairvoyance, she’s been able to save the lives of several of her friends. “The Vision of Escaflowne” is an excellent isekai anime. This is the show for you if you enjoy that aspect of ‘Knight’s & Magic.’
5. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (2006-2008)
It is possible that the mecha-loving fans of “Kinght’s & Magic” will enjoy “Code Geass,” on the other hand. Three super-nations rule the earth in an alternate timeline depicted in the film. One of those nations, Prince Lelouch Vi Britannia, rebels against his father, Emperor Charles zi Britannia, after the empire conquers Japan.
4. Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon (2014-2015)
The nonstop, brutal mecha action of ‘Knights & Magic’ can be found in ‘Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon’. First Princess Angelise Ikaruga Misurugi is the focus of this novel. She discovers at the age of 16 that she is a Norma, a derogatory term for those who lack mana or the capacity to control technology with their minds.
3. In Another World With My Smartphone (2017)
In another world with my smartphone is a harem anime, but it’s also a good isekai anime, as you can see in the trailers. Touya Mochizuki, the show’s protagonist, has Eru’s quality of being a likeable human being. God accidentally killed him, and since then he has been willing to live in another planet if he may keep his smartphone. They are both talented magic users, and their acts often inspire others to improve their own lives.
2. Saga Of Tanya The Evil (2017)
Grimdark anime ‘Saga Of Tanya The Evil’ takes place in an alternate universe that shares many similarities with Imperial Germany and opens with a terrible death. Tanya, like Eru, is a bright youngster with a keen intellect. She is not interested in defending her country; rather, her acts are virtually always motivated by self-interest, and she seeks vengeance against a supernatural being.
1. Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar (2009-10)
Finally, we have a show that exactly fits the bill. Exoskeletal weaponry known as Sacred Mechanoids are worn by the characters of Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar, including Kenshi Masaki, the protagonist of the show. A Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki spin-off, the anime is one of the series’ entries.