If you're looking for anime similar to WorldEnd: What do you do at the end of the world? Are you busy? Will you save us?, you might like these titles.
Natsuki Subaru, an ordinary high school student, is on his way home from the convenience store when he finds himself transported to another world. As he's lost and confused in a new world where he doesn't even know left from right, the only person to reach out to him was a beautiful girl with silver hair. Determined to repay her somehow for saving him from his own despair, Subaru agrees to help the girl find something she's looking for...
These 2 anime have a very similar overall feel both in comedy and in the emotional trip. While I do feel that Re:Zero's story was good I feel more satisfied with Shuumatsu's story
These anime have many similarities and yet they are really different from one another. I would recommend both.
After failing his college entrance exams, 18 year-old Tsukasa Mizugaki is offered a position at the renowned SAI Corporation due to his father’s connections. SAI Corporation is known for its production and management of androids that possessed human emotions called Giftia. Tsukasa’s position is in the terminal service department where the main job is to recover Giftias that are close to their expiration, a graveyard department in every sense. To make matters worse, Tsukasa is ordered to work with Isla, a female Giftia who is never given any responsibility other than serving tea to co-workers.
The type of the anime may be different, but for the overall story, i would say it's almost the same. i'm pretty sure this anime will give you the same feeling when you watched it.
i do really recommend this, this is the similar anime that you're looking for another story like this anime
Different but same, that's all i can say.. and my rate will go 10:10 as comparation between both anime.
Both animes focus on a steady romantic build-up between the 2 main characters, just so it hurts more when they crush your hope of a happy ending in the last episode.
In the year 2021, mankind was defeated by Gastrea, a parasitical virus, and was forced to live within a wall made of Baranuim monoliths, a metal that is able to subdue Gastrea. Soon, the "Cursed Children" were discovered: children born infected with the Gastrea virus who possess superhuman abilities. Due to the Gastrea virus' intervention, the Cursed Children could only be female. Civil Securities are formed to specialize fighting against Gastrea, operating with the pair of an Initiator, who are cursed children, and a Promoter, serving to lead the cursed children. Ten years after the war, Rentaro Satomi, a high school student and Civil Security member, and his Initator Enju Aihara, receive a secret mission to prevent Tokyo's destruction.
In a world where humans are enslaved by beast men, there is one person who wishes to destroy it all: Morute, the leader of the World Destruction Committee. She sets out on a journey with an ancient artifact known as the "Destruct Code," a device rumored to have the power to destroy the world and turn everything back into sand. Along the way she finds two companions: the kind-hearted human Kyrie, and aspiring hero and beast man Toppi. Together the trio travels the world, always staying out of reach of the World Salvation Committee. Will they discover the secrets of the Destruct Code, and more importantly, succeed at destroying the world?
The look and feel are quite similar. The setting of a past of pure world destruction, check. Leading male characters of a disintrested yet deceptively caring soft spoken gentile hanging out in a beast run world, check. Both are dominated by non human beast like type humanoids. Both are centered around powerful weapons kept hidden. Sands is a better more creative story with better characters though it is somewhat modestly paced.
The nameless protagonist awakens to find himself standing in the middle of a vast, snowy plain he doesn't recognize. Suffering from amnesia, he remembers nothing about himself. Suddenly, he's attacked by an insect-like creature but is saved by a beautiful girl with animal ears and a tail named Kuon. She names him Haku.
Season two of Utawarerumono is closer than season one to Worldend. Both stories take place after a devasted world pretty much ended humans except seemingly for one lone man left. Beast like creatures dominate the new world. Over 500 years passed for the main character from his original timeline to the current one in the story. The lead characters are smart and have a bored go with the flow attitude. Utawarerumono is a much better anime though with great drama. It has some oddities that may not appear in world end and World end has better animation.
In the magical land of Flonyard, animal-eared inhabitants battle each other for resources in harmless war games. One region, Biscotti, has fought valiantly but is on the verge of financial ruin when its princess, Millhiore, makes a decision: she’ll summon a champion who can fight for their honor! Through a magical portal comes Shinku, a once-typical middle school student who’s eager to join the cause. But soon, both Millhiore and Shinku make a terrible discovery: those who are summoned can’t return home! Now, as Shinku continues to train and fight for Biscotti, he and the others must also try to find a way for the boy to someday get back to his loving friends and family.
This is yet another pair of animal humanoid worlds with a human main male lead. The leads both posess martial skills and a militaristic like dispotion or past. They are kind of go with the flow though Dog Days' lead is a bit more proactive. It is hard to say which is better overall. Dog Days has alot of stereotypes and cliches too but is light hearted, fun, and entertaining. Worldend has better animation and more lead type characters I can tell so far. Dog Days, has a bit more diversity and a richer tapestry of scenery. Worldend is more mature themed with more in depbth graphic art and better voice work.
For Kouta and Yuka, finding the bloody naked young girl on the beach would change their lives forever, for better or for worse. Unable to speak or function as a normal human being, she is named Nyu by the duo, and taken into their home in an effort to save her. But what neither teenager knows is that this innocent young girl is actually a killing machine -- an experiment gone terribly wrong -- and it is only a matter of time before the murderer in her awakens again...
On Wet Crow's Feather Island, a tiny speck in the Sea of Japan, lives Akagami Iria, the exiled daughter of a powerful family. Born into great wealth, she was a princess of the highest pedigree–until she was cut off by the leader of the Akagami Foundation. For the last five years, she's lived on Feather Island with her maids. But she hasn't been alone. She has invited the best minds Japan has to offer to come and stay with her.
Tomorrow is the fated day that Annie Leonhardt must carry out her mission, no matter the cost. But first, she decides to investigate the disappearance of a wealthy businessman's daughter. Later, Mikasa reflects about her younger years with Eren.
Forced to retreat to floating cities due to an invasion of magical armored insects, humanity must now depend on Sky Wizards to battle the menace via mid-air battles. Once known as the “Black Master Swordsman,” Kanata Age is now considered a traitor and is assigned to lead an F-class of mismatched mages. Misora Whitale has all the enthusiasm to be a leader, but she's failed 100 consecutive tests. Rico Flamel is a genius sniper, but she's a little self-absorbed, and Lecty Eisenach is a candidate with all the ambition but zero confidence. It's up to Kanata Age to train the troubled trio to become accomplished Sky Wizards.