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That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

Mikami’s middle age hasn’t gone as he planned: He never found a girlfriend, he got stuck in a dead-end job, and he was abruptly stabbed to death in the street at 37. So when he wakes up in a new world straight out of a fantasy RPG, he’s disappointed but not exactly surprised to find that he’s not a knight or a wizard but a blind slime demon. But there are chances for even a slime to become a hero…

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Zyrax Zyrax says...

Tomokui Kanata has been re-incarnated in the weakest goblin, named Rou, after having undergone an unfortunate death. However goblin Rou has retained his previous life's memories, an unusual evolution, as well as becoming strong enough to gain status boosts from eating.

2002 2002 says...

- Both reincarnated as the weakest creature and got strong after that. 

- Both can get the ability of the creature they eat.

- Both are the leader of certain group.

- Both are very strong

Hope that helped ^^

LupaLunae LupaLunae says...

Both series involve someone getting reincarnated into a fantasy world as a non-human entity, and in both series they sort of build and expand their own village/communtiy of monsters. Both also tame wolves of some sort later on, and their villages consist of goblins that can "evolve" into hobgoblins or higher.

JESSETHEBUSH JESSETHEBUSH says...

Both wake up in different world, both have similar interpretation of the fantasy world, both protagonists can eat anything and often eat things to gain skills, both protagonists rapidly grow in power, both protagonists gain a cult following and help an originally aweful community to grow and become more advanced, both societys start out with a group of goblins 

thor123 thor123 says...

Both of these are isekai manga (based on novels) where a human is reincarnated into a fantasy world... as a monster. There's also RPG-like elements with skill learning, jobs, trading and evolving, plus the MCs are set up to be overpowered.

Engokuki Engokuki says...

Both involve a human dieing and being reincarnated into another world. "eatting" enemies to obtain and power up skills while trying to survive the new world they are thrown into.

slime has more of an overpowered head start but still an interesting read.

Leterfrost Leterfrost says...

I found both manga to be realy good even though the mc is a monster and i like how both mc from the manga can grow there power allot

Silament Silament says...

Both are protaganists reborn in another world as monsters rather than humans with abilities that offer them extraordinary growth potential. Both make use of their unique abilities to take command of their respective region of the world and provide protection and peace to those that dwell within them.

Yakoz Yakoz says...

Both manga feature reincarnated characters that found themselves stuck in a strange world with a different body typical of the fantasy world such as slimes and goblins, with the chance to assimilate an ability just by defeating or eating the opponent. Popups typical of the RPG games are recurrent in these comics.

QueueWater QueueWater says...

Mc reincarnated in a fantasy world

Mc isn't human in the new world

Mc can eat everything and gain power

Mc build a city/association

Mc become strong really quickly

Mc have an unique ability

ArgentFox ArgentFox says...

They Both reincarnate as monsters with game like leveling system AKA STATS and POINTS. They also Build a Town for monsters, and of course are super powerfull 

geofm250 geofm250 says...

They both deal with reincarnation and learning new abilities through cosuming things. They both have the main character upgrading the abilities and levels of other characters. They both have the main character form a tribe and war against other groups.

Winks Winks says...

Re:Monster is the darker, more sex-driven, version of Reincarnated As A Slime.

They both have strong protagonists, however I feel that the MC of Re:Monster is more selfish and power-hungry.

The fact that they build strength through the consumption of prey make the basic flow of the manga similar.

hinkil hinkil says...

another world 

Reincarnation as monster

Even Cheat ability is similar                                                                     

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Blazend Blazend says...

Both mangas are Isekai, which follows a concrete storyline of the MC, the way they interact with the unknown world that they've come to, and the characters that revolve around them. The best part yet is the persona of each of the characters and MC, having a persona will enable the reader to be more attracted to the content for the reader will be more aware of the discrete differences compare to previous mangas that they've read.

oFreezy oFreezy says...

both mc have the ability to steal the power of monsters they defeat ._. 

both mc is also ruler of the monsters 

however in re monster the mc is more aggresive

So I'm a Spider, So What?

So I'm a Spider, So What?

I was your average, everyday high school girl, but now I've been reborn in a magical world...as a spider?! Wait-this isn't how these stories are supposed to go! Can I get a do-over? ...No? But how am I supposed to survive in this big, scary dungeon as one of the weakest monsters? It's "every spider for herself " in here! I gotta figure out the rules to this QUICK, or I'll be kissing my short second life good-bye... 

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LupaLunae LupaLunae says...

Both main characters are reincarnated as lesser mobs in a game-like world with little knowledge and have to survive.

Engokuki Engokuki says...

Both involve a human dieing and being reborn in a new world as a non-human creature. Both have to deal with their new world and the dangers in it. Both have an overpowered ability of some kind. 

Silament Silament says...

Both are protaganists reborn after death as monsters rather than humans. Through combat and eating they acquire new skills and generally level up their abilities giving them incredible growth potential. While Kumo Desu ga, Nani ka? does not lead a group of people, they share many similarities as both struggle to survive.

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Firelorr Firelorr says...

They are both amazing manga where the character starts off as weak as possible and then rises to legendary strength through on cheat ability.

Hemo1 Hemo1 says...

i agree that the minimum of 100 characters is very stupid because you should just be able to say i agree.

i agree that the minimum of 100 characters is very stupid because you should just be able to say i agree.

i agree that the minimum of 100 characters is very stupid because you should just be able to say i agree.

i agree that the minimum of 100 characters is very stupid because you should just be able to say i agree.

Overlord

Overlord

What do you do when your favorite game shuts down? Momonga decided to stay logged in right up until the very end. But when the servers go dark, he finds himself transported into the game world--and he's been transformed into his skeletal avatar from the game, awesome magical powers included! But what if he's the villain of his own story?

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Chairrypie Chairrypie says...

Both mangas have really smart, leader-type main characters that are also really powerful. They are both fantasy-themed and have a game-related feel to them. I also recommend reading the light novels for both since they are more detailed and are updated quicker and regularly.

XDK XDK says...

IT almost the same but one die and move to another world while the other is move to another world. And every else is the same with OP MC and other stuff.

Dolly1121 Dolly1121 says...

Overlord is amazing and funny with an interesting plot; while Re:Monster is different, it is an interesting read with an original character.  

  • Both have a character from another world that is/become insanely stong
  • Both have an interesting plot

MARC0702 MARC0702 says...

the build their clan ish up and they are both strong and they are both transferred to a game like worlkd and they both have strong followers

Killerco Killerco says...

Hmm wonder why there needs to be a reason for me to recommend something, Oh well here goes, The biggest reason is because these two manga's both have the MC to be evil, I absolutely love when the MC is the villian its just more appealing then anything else, Dark manga's are always more intriguing then others, I'm not sure what else they both have in commen other then evil MC in a fantasy world and they're but in a situation where they need to overcome obsticals but that last part is in most Isekai Manga's. 

I give both a 10/10.

TL;DR If you love evil MC's you'll love this.

Suterareta Tensei Kenja: Mamono no Mori de Saikyou no Daima Teikoku wo Tsukuriageru

Suterareta Tensei Kenja: Mamono no Mori de Saikyou no Daima Teikoku wo Tsukuriageru

A man once called a great wise man was reincarnated just before his death, retained his memories because of the magic he applied to himself. But at times he was born, magic was unnecessary; therefore, the baby was abandoned in the demon forest. He was worried that he would eventually die, but he was lucky enough to be picked up by a gentle goblin and raised at a demon village. The matured wise man tries to develop the village to pay back to the demons, but things start to happen. One who was praised as a wise man leads demons to create a great empire !?

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Reasons you might like Suterareta Tensei Kenja: Mamono no Mori de Saikyou no Daima Teikoku wo Tsukuriageru...

ImboredDamnTrans ImboredDamnTrans says...

Quiet new but pretty good its basically desame as re monster like the rise of a Monstercity                                                  

UnluckySituation UnluckySituation says...

Both MC ,were humans in they previous life, but now they are connected with monester and now they are tring to develop vilage monster. Where they live now.

Grumpking Grumpking says...

These stories are very similar to each other. I think if it will in, if you like this, then recommended this. I found this useful and I very enjoyed the story on the right. 

ERWT ERWT says...

Both focus on an OP Main character, who is a reincanater (one is an isekai while the other isn't), leads goblins and evolves them to help protect them.

Halfpicture Halfpicture says...

I agree that Re:Monster and Suterareta Tensei Kenja: Mamono no Mori de Saikyou no Daima Teikoku wo Tsukuriageru are similar. One similarity they have is that they both have Goblin main characters that were reincarnated and have knowledge from their past life. Another similarity is that both take a small goblin tribe and make it into a large multiracial country. They also both have side characters that stay relevant and grow and evolve. However the main character of Re:Monster Rou, is a bit more ruthless, and Re:Monster is a bit darker, while Suterareta Tensei Kenja: Mamono no Mori de Saikyou no Daima Teikoku wo Tsukuriageru is more light hearted and the main character is also more happy go lucky.

The New Gate (Light Novel)

The New Gate (Light Novel)

"THE NEW GATE", an online game that trapped its players and turned into a death game, was now releasing the thousands of players that had been dragged into it, thanks to the efforts of Shin, one of the most powerful players. But after having defeated the last boss and freed everyone, he was swallowed up by a strange light and found himself inside the game world 500 years in the future and unable to leave.

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blkarcher77 blkarcher77 says...

The New Gate is about a guy who just managed to free hundreds of people from a death game (Think SAO). After freeing everyone, he gets teleported to the video game world 500 years after everyone logged off. 

Re:Monster is about a man who was reincarnated into a new world after getting murdered, as a goblin though. He must find a way to survive in this new world, with the help of his abilities, knowledge and wisdom from his old life, and his new goblin family

SIMILARITIES:

-Both have video game aspects (Leveling up, stats, skills, etc)

-Both are about a man who got thrown into a new world, then proceeded to be a badass

-Both have women around him, who slowly fall for him

DIFFERENCES

-New Gate is a video game in the future, while Re:Monster is about reincarnation

-New Gate MC is human, while Re:Monster MC is a goblin

Chairrypie Chairrypie says...

Both mangas have really smart, leader-type main characters that are also really powerful almost to the point in which the characters can be really OP. They are both fantasy-themed and have a game-related feel to them. 

Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest

Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest

When a classroom of students is transported to another world to act as its saviors, Hajime Nagumo finds himself the weakest link. As his friends and classmates are granted strong classes and impressive abilities due to their existing skills, he is given the weak title of Synergist. When a dungeon quest leaves him separated from his group, Hajime must discover his own talents or be left to rot in this world forever.

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DaniOC DaniOC says...

Comparing Re:Monster and Arifureta, you can observe various similarities, 

  • Both protagonists start of weak
  • They both have the power, (in arifureta, it is slightly later on) to obtain the powers of what they eat.
  • They both have slightly evil thoughts, like an antagonist
  • they both become OP

QueueWater QueueWater says...

Mc transported/reincarned in another fantasy world

Mc starts weak but quickly becomes strong

Mc is an "anti-hero"

Mc gets monster traits/powers by eating them

Minor similarities: both mc gets an harem, both mc have a fake arm, both mc help other people only when they want, both of them try to hide unique traits.

Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?

Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?

Bell Cranel is just trying to find his way in the world. Of course, in his case, the “world” is an enormous dungeon filled with monsters, below a city run by gods and goddesses who have way too much time on their hands. He’s got big dreams but not much more when a roll on the random encounter table brings him face-to-face with the girl of his dreams – but what’s a beginning adventurer have to offer a brilliant swordswoman? And what if the lonely goddess who sponsors his solo adventuring gets jealous…?!

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etnoe389 etnoe389 says...

re:monster has the same idea of leveling up the main character, the main character in re:monster also starts with a broken super power and just uses that to get stronger and stronger 

The Rising of the Shield Hero

The Rising of the Shield Hero

Naofumi Iwatani, an uncharismatic Otaku who spends his days on games and manga, suddenly finds himself summoned to a parallel universe! He discovers he is one of four heroes equipped with legendary weapons and tasked with saving the world from its prophesied destruction. As the Shield Hero, the weakest of the heroes, all is not as it seems. Naofumi is soon alone, penniless, and betrayed. With no one to turn to, and nowhere to run, he is left with only his shield. Now, Naofumi must rise to become the legendary Shield Hero and save the world!

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Gosick Gosick says...

Alright you fags I've got some new dope recommendations. Tate no Yuusha is about the realest nigga living in a game, and it's dark as shit. It's basically Re:Monster the prequel.

Spirit Migration

Spirit Migration

A spirit was floating in another world's dungeon, missing its memories. Eventually "he" learned to possess other creatures and using the bodies of the beasts in the dungeon, made his way to the outside world. Dragging a young female knight, a pretty young lady, and even a beautiful mercenary into the mix, our protagonist begins his great adventure in this world!

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Drahken Drahken says...

Both series revolve around someone who has apparently died and come back to inhabit a new body. The protagonist in each series has special abilities well beyond what's considerednormal for their new selves and both repeatedly switch or update their bodies for new & more powerful ones. Both series are set in RPG-like worlds where magic & monsters are real, and people go adventuring as a matter of course.

Sayounara Ryuusei, Konnichiwa Jinsei

Sayounara Ryuusei, Konnichiwa Jinsei

The strongest and oldest dragon who had lived through eternity allowed himself to be killed by Hero. Just as he prepared for eternal sleep, he realized himself reborn as Dran, a villager in the frontier. Working the field, hunting forest animal, and having a warm life has filled his heart with joy he never experienced in his whole dragon life. One day, when he's patroling the forest near his village, he encountered a powerful demon army...

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LupaLunae LupaLunae says...

Both main characters are reincarnated as another creature (dragon=>Human/Human=>Goblin) and use their knowledge/abilities from their previous lives to make the lives of the people/goblins around them better.