So I'm a Spider, So What? - Recommendations

Alt title: Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?

So I'm a Spider, So What?

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Tensei Shitara Dragon no Tamago Datta: Saikyou Igai Mezasa Nee

Tensei Shitara Dragon no Tamago Datta: Saikyou Igai Mezasa Nee

I woke up in an unknown forest. It seems like this place is a fantasy world where strange-looking beast run rampant. And just like in a game, I seem to be able to check mine and my enemies ability. Let’s hunt monsters and gather titles in order on level up and evolve into a higher dragon! And I heard a mysterious voice in my head, “Let’s aim to be the strongest!”

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LupaLunae LupaLunae says...

Both manga are about people who get reincarnated into a fantasy world as a monster. Both manga take place in typically game-like worlds with levels, monsters, adventurers, skills, etc. Both manga feature skill trees for monsters, including the protagonist, and in both the mc starts out super weak and gets stronger as the story progresses

Rachelho Rachelho says...

It's a nice change in the isekai fandom and to see the perspective of a dragon. 

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ssalazar ssalazar says...

they both are same one is spider another is dragon .......................................................................................................................................................................................

Jodking Jodking says...

The same manga. the only difference is that one is a spider and the other is a dragon.

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Galv Galv says...

Follow the same premise that you are reincarnated as a monster, both make attempts to friends humans, both level up and evolve. If you liked one you will most likely enjoy the other

Maxxor2242 Maxxor2242 says...

They both center around characters who are transported into another world as non human beings. As they try to survive in their new envirements they slowly level up and grow in hopes of reaching a point in which they could interact with humans.Both series also feature beings that seem to be almost godlike that is to a certain degree manipulating the leads.

nathandouglasdavis nathandouglasdavis says...

Reincarnated as a monster with the ability to evolve into higher forms (and being able to choose which evolution option to take).

The main difference is that So I'm a Spider, So What? involves little to no attempts to get along with humans, whereas that is the primary goal in Tensei Shitara Dragon no Tamago Datta.

CrusaderNick CrusaderNick says...

They both start off relatively weak and through their efforts grow stronger. Similar themes of grinding and comedy.

Armor4m3 Armor4m3 says...

Similar:

-Fantasy world with monsters

-Reincarnation as non-human mc

-Lvls like in games

-Skills like in games

Maydoh1239 Maydoh1239 says...

Both of them have a similar theme with reincarnation as a monster and a level-up system. Both MCs are thrown into a dangerous environment starting as the weakest monster and have to struggle to survive and evolve.

WinterWedding WinterWedding says...

Both are non-human beings that start out very weak and slowly climbs the food chain of their enviorment by time

Only I Level Up: Solo Leveling

Only I Level Up: Solo Leveling

In this world where Hunters with various magical powers battle monsters from invading the defenceless humanity, Sung Jin-Woo was the weakest of all the Hunters, barely able to make a living. However, a mysterious System grants him the power of the ‘Player’, setting him on a course for an incredible and often times perilous Journey. Follow Sung Jin-Woo as he embarks on an adventure to become an unparalleled existence through his “Level-Up” system - the only one in the entire world!

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Rachelho Rachelho says...

It's nice and you won't regret it. 

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ssalazar ssalazar says...

its nice they both are the same in a way .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

19abuchanan1 19abuchanan1 says...

They are both week to strong but and overpowered but that's where the similarities end

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

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Re:Monster

Re:Monster

Tomokui Kanata has suffered an early death, but his adventures are far from over. He is reborn into a fantastical world of swords and magic-- as a lowly goblin! Not content to let this stop him, the now renamed “Rou” uses his new physical abilities and his old memories to plow ahead in a world where consuming other creatures allows him to acquire their strengths and powers.

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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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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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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.

nightfall0 nightfall0 says...

They both have the adaptation to magic theme that strongly evolves the main character. Both of them being reincarnations based if you like one you will definitely enjoy the other, even with their themes being different they both have the goal to 'survive' and use their human knowledge to do so.

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desacron desacron says...

They share a lot of the rpg style elements and the progression of the character so if you like one I think you will enjoy both though personally I liked kumo better than slime.

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Isekai Meikyuu no Saishinbu wo Mezasou

Isekai Meikyuu no Saishinbu wo Mezasou

Kanami, a young man that strayed into another world and suddenly awoke in a dark corridor is nearly killed by a demon and humans. Then preferring to use the status and skill systems Kanami aims for the deepest part of the Labyrinth. The skill [confused] consumes his emotions, and he befriends some unusual people, but while his spirit wanes in the other world’s Labyrinth he refuses to give up on returning to his original world.

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Bouken-ka ni Narou! Skill Board de Dungeon Kouryaku

Bouken-ka ni Narou! Skill Board de Dungeon Kouryaku

Karaboshi Haruki has no presence as far as can be recognized, and so he became an adventurer with only the desire to "stand out." One day, a dungeon appeared under his home in Hokkaido. Coincidentally, he picked up a "Skill Board" with which he can spend skill points to increase his growth rate. Is it possible to become a popular person by obsessively diving into your home dungeon everyday?

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Re:Monster (Light Novel)

Re:Monster (Light Novel)

Tomokui Kanata has been re-incarnated into the weakest race, goblin, and given a new name, Rou, after having undergone an unfortunate death. However goblin Rou has retained his previous life's memories, an unusual evolution, as well as blessed with ability to gain status boosts from eating. In this alternate world of survival of the fittest, events unfold. Will a goblin party become the heroes of this world, in a delightful twist from your usual scenario?

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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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Moto Sekai Ichi'i Subchara Ikusei Nikki: Hai Player, Isekai wo Kouryakuchuu!

Moto Sekai Ichi'i Subchara Ikusei Nikki: Hai Player, Isekai wo Kouryakuchuu!

The protagonist who was rarely ever at school during his middle school and high school days, is unemployed even as an adult. From morning till night, it was video games. For him who was ranked first worldwide, it was his life. One day, his character is suddenly hacked. The data was unrecoverable and there was nothing that could be done. Feeling great despair at having lost his rank that he had bet everything to achieve in a world that controlled his life, the protagonist attempts suicide. When he awakens, he finds himself inside the video game, no, it was a real world that resembled it. There, he notices that he has reincarnated into the the body of a sub character that he had created and bought premium benefits for long ago but had left neglected.

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Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash

Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash

By the time Haruhiro came to, he found himself in a game-like world filled with terrifying monsters. This world is called Grimgar. Armed with no more strength or ability than your average boy, Haruhiro struggles to survive with his fellow party members as they cobble out a mean existence, receiving mediocre pay in return for risking their lives everyday. What kind of future does this harsh, uncaring world have in store for those who are not destined to succeed, who have no prophecy to guide them--who are not heroes...

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