Outbreak Company

Outbreak Company Episode 1 - (Sub) I Landed in Another World

A lowly otaku is transported to a magic kingdom to bring his nerdy hobbies to the populace in a cultural exchange program.

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Episode 1

(Sub) I Landed in Another World

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Episode 2

(Sub) I-I'd Better Watch It…

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Episode 3

(Sub) Thou Art Invaders

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Episode 4

(Sub) Furry Spy

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Episode 5

(Sub) This Really Is Another World

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Episode 6

(Sub) Soccer...Soccer?

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Episode 7

(Sub) Maid in Japan

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Episode 8

(Sub) The Melancholy of Her Imperial Majesty

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Episode 9

(Sub) Swimsuit of the Dead

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Episode 10

(Sub) Magical Girl Petralka

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Episode 11

(Sub) Plot Silent, Plot Deep

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Episode 12

(Sub) Shoot the Invaders!

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On August 20XX, a gate suddenly appears in Tokyo's Ginza district, unleashing a portal where monsters, medieval knights and other fantasy beings come from another world and wreak havoc on Tokyo. The Japanese Defense Force take action against these monsters and push them back into the "Gate". Third Reconnaissance Team is dispatched to the...

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PapaGandalf PapaGandalf says

This anime it self is amazing and would be a good starting point for people who've never tried or wanted to try watching anime for their first time.

it reminds me star-gate in the fact that itsbased in modern day society and well it has a strange gate used to 'transport' yourselves to a different dimension or space (science stuff...).

the reason i recomend outbreak is because both involve modern military and society invading or protecting the gates that bind the two worlds and the only difference between the animes so far is that outbreak seems to have magic preventing earths armys from moving foward while gate has modern military vs. spears and bows and dragons.

either way both animes are a good watch and are equally recomended, however i am expecting gate to be a new contender for best anime 2015.

wonkuenoemos wonkuenoemos says

a lot of similarity in both anime. like the setting, plot, and other stuff. the difference just come from mc background.

Dralkon Dralkon says

Outbreak company is a fun show, however Gate is in my opinion an improved version of the show. the way the world's react to the events seems more beleavable. the technology of earth matters and other countries reaction to japan getting a gateway to more recources seems more likly.

the humor in both are good and I enjoyed the art style of both but gate has a better story.

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ilfenixnero ilfenixnero says

I find that the common theme between these two anime is people, more specifically NEETS and gamers, living in a different world, working towards harmony between species. NGNL sounds more action-based, whereas Ourbreak Company was more on the comedic sice. Either way, the animation is fantastic on both of them.

Linksbrawler Linksbrawler says

Both anime is very relatable in that the main characters from both anime, which happens to be NEETS, enters a different world. While one is addicted to manga, the other is addicted to games. The manga addicted NEET enters a world that's just like his anime fantasies, while the gaming addicted NEETS enter a world that's rulled by only games.

thatotakugirl thatotakugirl says

Both shows follow main character neets/shut in otakus who are transported to a fantastical land and, upon meeting that lands cute female ruler, become icons for drastic change throught the land. Both have a lot of very funny anime references and cameos.

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Both are funny animes with likable characters. But the story is little different. I really liked Maou-sama and i like how the story is going for Outbreak Company

8MangaMan 8MangaMan says

Both Hataraku Maou-sama! and Outbreak Company involve character's from one world going to another.  In Hataraku it's people from a fantasy world going to our world, and in Outbreak Company, it's people from our world going to a fantasy world.  Both have great comedy elements.  

If you enjoyed one of these stories for traveling to another world, you will probably like the other as well. 

JohnWatchAnime JohnWatchAnime says

Both shows involve characters discovering new worlds and try living in it. The difference between the shows is that with hatarake maou sama the characters tries to adjust to the new world and in outbreak company the character tries to teach his culture to the new world.