Was it Mondaiji-tachi that had you thinking of Kuru Sou Desu, or was it something more mundane like, Yo? (Don’t you think the Problem Children are from another planet?) My new favorite light novel anime is going to be this one. Here, I found a new waifu and husbando, therefore my quest was successful.
The Taro Tatsunoko and Y Amano-written and -illustrated light novel series was made into an anime television series in 2013 and broadcast with ten episodes.
A group of bright high school students with psychic abilities are thrust into an other universe known as Little Garden, where creatures of all kinds compete in high-stakes games using their unique abilities.
Here is a list of seven anime that are based on the manga “Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu”:
7. The Irregular at Magic High School
Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? and The Irregular at Magic High School have teenage male protagonists who are exceptionally powerful and intelligent. Action scenes and wizardry in some kind are also common.
Tatsuya and Miyuki Shiba, students at First High School, are the focus of Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei. Miyuki is placed in the First Course, while Tatsuya is placed in the Second Course after passing the exam. In spite of his “Weed” status, Tatsuya boasts remarkable technical knowledge, physical combat skills, and unique magic techniques—making him the irregular at a magical high school.
6. KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!
Three (hot) female friends accompany the protagonist in each anime as he confronts the demon lord and his henchmen in a fantasy world.
Kazuma Satou, a high school student and loner, was on his way back from the store to buy a game when he died in a comical and pitiful manner. There are two possibilities for the NEET: reincarnate in every gamer’s fantasy world, or continue on to paradise. A demon king is ravaging the villagers, and Kazuma is swiftly tasked with fighting him. To help him on his journey ahead, he can pick any object he likes, and the hero of the future chooses Aqua. Aqua, on the other hand, is a total waste of time for Kazuma.
It turns out that living in such a world is very different from how it is shown in a video game, and their problems don’t stop there. For now, the two of them must strive to cover their basic needs before embarking on a fantastic trip of their own. The worst is yet to come for them!
5. Toaru Kagaku no Accelerator
Accelerator, a new character in Toaru Universe, bears a striking resemblance to Izayoi in terms of both power and cockiness. Accelerator may satisfy your desire to see an overpowered Izayoi at the center of attention.
Accelerator, the greatest esper in the Academy City, finds himself in the heart of a new struggle because of the dark side of Academy City.
It’s up to the self-styled antihero to stop the bad guys and defend what’s important to him once more.
4. One Punch Man
One Punch Man is a great pick if you’re looking for a combination of comedy and superpowers. Action-packed and starring an undefeated male protagonist, these two shows also feature a wide range of other characters with unique and powerful skills.
The SKET Brigade is a special group at Kaimei High School dedicated to assisting others. Hime “Himeko” Onizuka, the hockey stick-wielding girl originally known as “Onihime,” serves as both brains and muscle for the group. Fujisaki’s goggles elicit a latent ability that allows him to summon the incredible force of extreme concentration, and their commander is Yuusuke “Bossun” Fujisaki
However, the majority of students recognize them as the “odd jobs” group. While they spend most of their days in the clubroom slacking off, when called upon to aid others, they do so in the most honest and unintentionally amusing ways. Any kid who asks for assistance from the SKET Brigade can expect support, friendliness, encouragement, and troubleshooting.
3. Sword Art Online
They both revolve around an overpowering protagonist who finds himself in a fantasy world of his own making. Several women surround the male characters (although it’s not a harem, don’t worry).
Taro Sado, a high school student with a dark secret, is the focus of the story. He joins the Second Voluntary Club in the hopes of getting the treatment he needs, and he’s glad he did.
It turns out, however, that all of the club’s members have major mental health difficulties.
2. Toaru Kagaku no Railgun
They both have an overpowering male protagonist (Accelerator) who can defeat anybody and everything. Despite their human appearances, several of these anime’s key protagonists possess superhuman abilities.
In Toaru Kagaku no Railgun, the third strongest esper, Misaka Mikoto, also known as Tokiwadai’s Ace, is the focus of this spin-off series.
Inquiring about the existence of Level 5 clones purposefully utilized for horrifying experiments, Misaka finds himself in a predicament.
1. No Game No Life
Characters from the current world are transplanted into a fantastical world in both animes. They have incredibly strong and competent protagonists, and the new planet they inhabit contains a wide variety of ethnic groups and factions. Oh, and there’s a hot demi-human girl in both of them who is also powerful and stands up for humans.
Sora and Shiro, two NEET twins who despise the real world, are central figures in No Game No Life (hence the choice of being NEET). They’re known as “Blank” in the online multiplayer game since they’re so good at it and so unbeatable.
E-mails challenge them to play an online game, which they agree and win only to be transferred to another realm where they meet Tet the God of Games. When Tet is briefly introduced, the characters learn that in this weird and enigmatic place, everything is settled through games, and that magic prevents any physical harm from being done there.
To become gods in this new realm is the objective of the godlike, overpowered, and undefeated gaming duo.