If you're looking for anime similar to Dr. Stone, you might like these titles.
Lonely thirty-seven-year-old Satoru Mikami is stuck in a dead-end job, unhappy with his mundane life, but after dying at the hands of a robber, he awakens to a fresh start in a fantasy realm...as a slime monster! As he acclimates to his goopy new existence, his exploits with the other monsters set off a chain of events that will change his new world forever!
Both of these amusing shounen series feature someone with modern-day knowledge thrust into a new world where they have to start over. One ends up in a magical world with technology reminiscent of the middle ages, while the other winds up in the distant future where humanity has reverted back to the stone age.
Both protagonists are trying to rebuild civilization from scratch, one with ridiculous powers that the world has never seen before, and the other as a slime.
They both involve having to get used to a new way of living. Starting a new society. Working together and building a society.
It has the same thrill in it where you get to watch society grow around these people and see how they can change things for the better and how they adapt to different problems and learn to fix them while meeting new people and forming connections along the way.
Similar to Dr. Stone, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is a show that focuses on a person who once lived in the 21st century being tossed into a completely new world, and unlike Dr. Stone, it is actually a completely new world. In this new world, overflowing with magic and monsters, the protagonist, Satoru Mikami, attempts to take a small village of lowly goblins and transform it into a well-respected nation with modern-day knowledge added on to the many skills Mikami has acquired in this new fantasy world.
Like in Dr. Stone, the excitement of watching a civilization grow and grow through all the complications that occur along the way is fantastic. Unlike Dr. Stone however, further complications arise when Mikami is forced to forge alliances and pacts with other tribes and sovereign nations alike. Seeing how the people and their home change as the series goes on brings along with it this unique feeling of progression that you wouldn't see in many other shows. Whatever happens in the present will forever affect the future, and in this show, that idea is conveyed well through the characters who change and their world that changes with them.
Both anime's involve the building of civilizations. Also, there's some cool fighting scenes in both. Both have really great leaders as well.
Both protagonists have to build up their civilizations from nothing and become stronger in the process.
Gusto kolang ishare tong napanood kong anime sainyo baka sakaling magustuhan niyo at sana panoorin niyo.Ito ay almost parehas sa anime na ni recommended ko maaring parehas ng story pero di parehas ng plot.
They are two very different stories, but both are equally engaging. Not much I can really add to it. The characters are all interesting, and it can be a good glimpse into a political world building.
Avid bookworm and college student Motosu Urano ends up dying in an unforeseen accident. This came right after the news that she would finally be able to work as a librarian like she had always dreamed of. When she regained consciousness, she was reborn as Myne, the daughter of a poor soldier. She was in the town of Ehrenfest, which had a harsh class system. But as long as she had books, she didn't really need anything else. However, books were scarce and belonged only to the nobles. But that doesn't stop her, so she makes a decision... "If there aren't any books, I'll just create some."
Senku wants to rebuild humanity's lost technology. Myne just wants to make books. But the way both these young people are forced to go about it in the low-tech worlds they live in is quite similar. Fulfilling their dreams is a slow, exhausting, time-consuming process that doesn't guarantee success in spite of their hard work and the unique knowledge they possess from the lives they lived before being thrust into their new environment. Nothing comes easy to either of them, but their determination and willingness to keep going regardless of the obstacles trying to hold them back make both these anime intriguing and fun to watch.
"Ascendance of a Bookworm" and "Dr. stone" are both about someone with knowledge that is far more advanced than their enviroment. Though in my opionion "... Bookworm" does it FAR better. If you liked Dr. Stone for it's "Future man" plot then you might like "AoB". If you didn't like Dr. Stone becuase of it's extreemly lose science and just plain stupidity(like nearly 4000 years of counting seconds...) then you might like "Ascendance of a Bookworm".
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Both share the same idea of a person having more or less cientific knowledge from the past. One being past life alternate universe the other being the technological past of a world that went back to the stone age
Both series feature characters that are wildly obsessed with something, either science of books. They use this obsessive knowledge in an attempt to better the world around them.
Both anime have same type of "modern knowledge" with both MCs brought to a world where technology doesn't exists and they are tasked with bringing prosperity to their new worlds through the ways of modern tech.
Basically, they bring modern inventions to a place where they don't exist and seem alien.
Both anime feature an intelligent, ambitous protagonist who has been transported into a world (or era) that extremely unadvanced as far as technology goes. Both are fun, well paced, and have lovable chatacters.
To sum it up both main characters have similar situations on their hands, they both have alot known about modern day and how to make things. They bring all sorts of modern day items to more under developed places.
In both anime the main character finds themselves in a new kind of world, and they use the knowledge they have of this world to do things in that new world.
They have a lot of similarities, but the main one is how they b0th explain modern contraptions in chibi forms. These anime are very similar in some regards, but Ascendance of a Bookworm is more fantasy
Natsu, Arashi and a few dozen others had gone to bed like any other night when they woke up... somewhere else. In this new post-apocalyptic future, mutated plants and animals lie in every direction and mankind is long extinct. Scientists of the past predicted that a meteorite would strike Earth and render the planet uninhabitable, so they devised a plan: they would cryogenically freeze five teams of young adults and have them revived by a computer when life is again sustainable. Seven people formed each team along with a guide specially trained to survive in the wild, and seven caches of supplies were left to be found. Together, the teams must try to survive in a new and hostile world, inadvertently finding the other survivors and clues to their circumstances along the way.
Both shows feature people from the modern age who find themselves in a future that post-apocalyptic resembles the stone age, and have to adapt and survive in order to rebuild civilization.
i would like dr stone because it looks very interestinh and i like shounen anime and oth genres.
Both shows follow a group of young people trying to start from scratch to rebuild society after a worldwide calamity level event. Both also focus on the scientific and realistic struggles people would face in rebuilding society from scratch.
Both of these anime involve people waking up in the distant future. They are forced to think creatively and solve problems. Though Dr. Stone focuses more on the scientific side of things, there is plenty of critical thinking and a big focus on survival and the future of humanity.
they both are set in a post-disaster/apocalyptic scenario where there are a few people from before it that are trying to fix things, but they're just different enough that the other is still interesting.
Ever since he was little, Souma Yukihira's main goals have been to beat his father in a cooking contest and take over the family diner. That's why, when his dad suddenly announces that he's shutting the restaurant down and sending Souma to cooking school, Souma is shocked. However, Tohtsuki Academy is no ordinary cooking school. This elite institution is filled with culinary giants like Erina "God Tongue" Nakiri, who does her best to keep a lowly short-order like Souma from even making it inside the door. However, if the snobs can dish it out, Souma can serve it up, and when he learns that only a handful of the students manage to graduate every year, he swears that the only way he'll leave is as number one!
The way food is central in food wars, in the same way science is central in Dr. Stone. Both series feature main characters obsessed with reaching a higher level of understanding of these central elements. Much of the episodes are also spent in explaining the details behind how these central elements work, how the raw materials that construct a meal or a piece of technology function and their importance.
Both shows are about a main character who is extremely invested in the subject of the anime and are a prodigy in their field, with Food Wars it's food production, with Dr. Stone it's science. Both have a troupe of friends who help them, they're both shounen-structured, and both have a lot of educational elements, and are created with passion for their subject matter. If you like unique shounen focused on an interesting subject of real life, you'll like both.
dr. stone explains things in detail. if you liked the anime because of that aspect, you'll for sure like the first two seasons of shokugeki no soma.
Both are really good! Dr Stone explores science and technology while Food Wars explores food but really dives into the details of why things cook and taste the way that they do down to scientific detail
Both of these shows have extremely similar prodigy MCs and an identical way to show off their subject, whether it be science or food.
Strep throat! Hay fever! Influenza! The world is a dangerous place for a red blood cell just trying to get her deliveries finished. Fortunately, she’s not alone … She’s got a whole human body’s worth of cells ready to help out! The mysterious white blood cell, the buff and brash killer T cell, the nerdy neuron, even the cute little platelets—everyone’s got to come together if they want to keep you healthy!
I feel like this is mostly similar because of it's teaching in science. They both have action scenes that can tell you about the science behind it. Cells at Work! is part of the body system that keeps you alive/takes care of your body while Dr. Stone is essentially rebuilding life at a rapid pace, so it shows you a lot of "basic" science skills.
Well they both deal with science and its pretty funny. Good show to learn with.And they both have some action in the show. Plus a pretty good OP
the two of them are about science. They teach you things that you might not know about how the world works, while being funny and light-hearted.
They are anime that give education purpose. Cells on biology and stone on chemistry and physics. They introduces science facts through animation.
Well, cute boys and girls talking about science in one, cute boys and girls cells and cellettes talking about health in the other one. Although Cells at Work is less story and more akin to Magic School Bus.
Have you ever felt like the world would be a better place if certain people weren’t around? Such grim daydreams might occur when watching the dismal daily news, but on one fateful day, Light Yagami finds that these daydreams can become reality. By pure happenstance, he comes across a black notebook entitled "Death Note", whose text within states that whoever's name is written on its pages will die. With the aid of the death god Ryuk, Light takes it upon himself to rid the world of its corruption, ushering in a new era of purity one death at a time. But as Ryuk foretells, Light's actions will not go unchallenged...
Both are thoughtful anime. One is rooted in a grand story and the other in a world of science. Light and Senku are both manipulative people however Senku is a more upstanding guy that you can root for. Both are beautifully animated and crafted anime. I would really appreciate it if you gave this show a watch.
You kind of just sees it from the other side this time, like a person gets to rebuild the orld, and thinks hes god, but hes the villan without noticing?
i agree very much, very good series rewcommend very much. i love both series. although death note is much darker and more sinister than dr stone :)
If you liked Dr. Stone or Death Note, you'd like the other because there both animes with amazing plot, genius main caracters, and plot twists galore
Seven high school students are involved in an airplane crash. When they woke up, they found themselves in a parallel world where magic and beastmen exist. Of course, they panicked at their sudden unexpected predicament... or not? Instead, they create a power plant in a world that doesn't have electricity, they did a little extra work and managed to take economic control over a metropolis, they managed to repay their gratitude to some oppressed citizens by upending a corrupt government, and basically do whatever they feel like?!
This reccomendation goes both ways, if you enjoyed either of these shows you may take a liking to both of them.
High School Prodigies Have It Easy Even in Another World which we will further state as HSP and Dr. Stone both share advancement of a civilization from a less technological era. Dr. Stone focuses on building from the stone age while HSP is more focused on overthrowing a corrupt society and building it back up from scratch.
Both anime similar with setting of building civilization. Both anime contains a few knowledge which may or may not be useful.
Dr. Stone starts out from scratch while prodigies starts with basic old century western culture.
They were both well animated and had exciting moments. character character character fill in for time bla bla bla
22-year-old Ryouta is an unemployed good-for-nothing who spends his days living at home and playing Btooom, a wildly popular online game that's sold over three million copies worldwide. Alongside other teammates, Ryouta battles it out with others using powerful bombs and sonar that can reveal hidden enemies, and his dedication has earned him the title of Japan's top player. But soon, Ryouta's pastime becomes a terrifying reality, as he and many others are dropped onto a tropical island and forced to play Btooom – but this time for real. Now, he and the rest must fight to the death by whatever means necessary, as the only way to win this deadly game is by killing seven of the other players.
Ive only seen a few episodes of Dr. Stone and from what ive seen it is more of a cool, funny, person in strange world with some some traces of it getting really dark. Dr. Stone is like level 1 in terms of violence, sexual explicitness, and other various dark themes. Btooom! would be like a level 3.
For different reasons, the main characters end up in a different area/wake up thousands of years later where they only have tools around them to survive while getting people to help.
Hakaze, princess of the Kusaribe mage clan, has been betrayed and marooned on an island by her own people. They seek to revive the Tree of Exodus, an incomprehensibly powerful entity of alien origin, to save the world from the tyranny of its antithesis: the Tree of Genesis that powers their magic. Hakaze, however, believes their efforts put humanity in jeopardy; and with her power limited, she can only reach out to the world to beg for aid. Her call reaches Mahiro Fuwa, a young man grieving the mysterious death of his sister, Aika. He and his friend Yoshino agree to help - on the condition that Hakaze track down Aika's killer with her magic. The deal is made, and the battle that will determine civilization's fate is begun: but who will play the part of its villain, and who its savior?
These tv shows are pretty similar in a way regarding its apocalyptic themes- Blast of Tempest involved society turning into iron statues whereas Dr Stone involved society turning into stones.
They are pretty much the same about the people transforming into material. Their only difference is this one uses magic and the other has science.
The socially awkward yet genius engineer, Appare Sorano, and the wise but cowardly samurai, Kosame Isshiki, find themselves aimlessly drifting in the sea between Japan and America. In order to earn enough money to get back home, the duo enters a trans-American race in their own steam-powered car. Rivals, bandits, and other trials await them on this race from Los Angeles to New York.
Dr. Stone main is a scientist has the knowledge for everything that has been created within the world before everyone was turned to stone and trying to save mankind while Appare-Ranman! main is an engineering interested in making fastest steamboat and now the fastest car. They both strive to make the best that they can with what they have around them for their purposes.
Both of the protagonists are very intelligent, learning to deal with their new surroundings. Dr. Stone uses his intelligence to help save humanity, and Appare uses it to build a car for a prize to get him and his partner back to Japan.