Anime and manga have been a part of Cheeky Kid’s life since he can remember. As a result, he is transported to many planets.
Anxiety-inducing muscle relaxant Mushoku (Jobless Reincarnation)
Are you looking for more shows like Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation because you like it so much? You’re not the only one.
The only way you’re going to get more isekai sweetness is if you let yourself get run over by a truck. Thanks to my generous offer, you won’t have to attend any of the remaining four shows.
We’re going to look at five anime that are a lot like Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation in this article. You should watch them all as soon as possible because they’re all amazing!
1. Ascendance of a Bookworm
When it first came out, there was an anime that should have risen to popularity. Unfortunately, it’s still a little-known treasure. It’s possible that you’re not aware of it as well. A Bookworm’s Ascendance.
When a book-obsessed female librarian meets an untimely death, she ardently desires for her next life to continue reading books. Her name is Myne, and she wakes up in the medieval world. It’s a rare luxury in this society, much to her dismay, to find a book. As a reincarnated bookworm, she decides to make the most of her newfound frailty in order to live a literary life she has always dreamed of.
It’s unfortunate that Ascendance of a Bookworm, an isekai masterpiece, is overlooked. It has an interesting premise, and despite its plodding pace, it’s a charming show. Even though it isn’t innovative, this show has captivating world-building, character-development and depth. Like a good book, it draws you in and then lets your imagination take over, transporting you to gorgeous locations you’ve never been to before.
2. Kenja no Mago (Wise Man’s Grandchild)
To get “isekai’d,” I now believe that all it takes is to get hit by a truck and die. Nowadays, this is the standard set-up for isekai anime. No, Kenja no Mago isn’t any different.
An orphan named Shin from the manga and anime series Kenja no Mago has the ability to recall his prior life. In a past life, he was hit by a truck, and now he finds himself in a magical realm. He’s even got a loving granddad to add to the mix.
Shin is able to improve his magic and battle abilities because of the knowledge he has gained from his former existence. However, despite his immense strength, he is socially inept and devoid of common sense. As a result, his grandpa decides to enroll him in a magic academy, where he can learn about the world and its workings.
Kenja no Mago isn’t nearly a top-tier show, so it’s probably fair to warn you. It’s not bad, but it’s not outstanding either. If you’re looking for some isekai tropes and some lighthearted entertainment, this is the show for you. No matter how far it deviates from Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation in terms of production value, I implore you to enjoy this one for the sheer enjoyment of watching it for what it is. In my opinion, this program exemplifies what a bare-bones isekai anime should be.
3. KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!
Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation can be amusing, but what if I told you that there’s an anime like it that disregards all seriousness? What do you think? It is, of course, KonoSuba: The Animation. This Is a Magnificent Place!
In an RPG-like universe, a hikikomori N.E.E.T. suffers an absurd death and is sent by a klutzy goddess. He is free to bring whatever he wants. In spite of her disbelief and disappointment, Kazuma insists on bringing the goddess along. In the end, she’s stuck. As a companion, she must accompany him on his strange journeys into the new world and his zany escapades. It doesn’t matter how ridiculous his antics are, she must assist him battle the demon ruler.
“God’s Blessing on This Wonder World,” says KonoSuba. is one of the most popular television shows of the last few years in terms of humour. This is one of the funniest shows in the isekai cosmos, I can assure it!
4. Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken (That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
Reincarnation as something other than a human being sounds strange, doesn’t it? Is it okay if I turn into a sludge? After watching Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken, your opinion about reincarnation as a humble slime might change.
When a middle-aged guy named Tensei shitara slime datta ken is fatally stabbed, he wakes up in a strange state that is nothing like death. He finds himself in a strange new environment. It is clear to him that he has undergone some sort of metamorphosis. No longer a human, he’s gone through the wringer! But he’s not just any old slime; he’s a special sort. Everything can be eaten by him because of his transformation into a slime. He’s only going to become better!
You’d better start looking up your game. After hearing about the slime, you’re undoubtedly interested. You’re going to embark on a journey unlike any other, much like Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken devours and swallows everything.
5. Youjo Senki (The Saga of Tanya the Evil)
The isekai subgenre of anime is currently quite popular. But only a few of them are able to carry out seriousness. Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation is a good example of these few exceptional programs. Youjo Senki is another option.
The “abrupt death in the real world and reincarnation in an alternate realm” cliché is used to introduce Youjo Senki. This time, however, the reincarnation takes the form of a middle-aged man becoming a young woman born into a world torn apart by war. Now that she’s been coerced into this predicament by a self-declared God she refers to as “Being X,” she sets her sights on a life of ease and contentment elsewhere. She also plans to avenge herself on the God who reincarnated her in her previous life.
She’s a cold, hard cynic. She’s a sociopath and a villain. Defying and resisting her own self-proclaimed God is her only goal. Tanya Degurechaff, a young girl dubbed “Devil of the Rhine,” is the one in question.
Only Youjo Senki can be compared to other isekai shows in terms of ingenuity. There are some lighthearted moments, but the overall tone of the show is gloomy and bleak. It’s a good choice for isekai fans looking for a change in pace and atmosphere.