KonoSuba: God’s Blessings on This Wonderful World! is one of the most popular and funniest isekai anime of all time! After dying a laughable death, Kazuma Satou has been given a chance to be reborn in another world by the goddess Aqua. After choosing her as his companion, however, he realizes he may have made a mistake; she’s not exactly useful. So, here’s our list of the 12 Best Hilarious Anime Like KonoSuba!
12. Princess Connect! Re:Dive
A man falls from the sky on the continent of Astraea, with no memories other than his name, Yuuki. An elf named Kokkoro approaches him and introduces herself as his guide through the world they are about to enter. Yuuki is able to learn how the world works with Kokkoro’s help, from battling monsters to handling currency.
Yuuki and Kokkoro decide to go to a nearby guild association and accept a simple quest to earn money for their journey. During their journey, they meet Pecorine, a gluttonous but charming battle expert. The following day, they meet Karyl, a cat girl who specializes in magic.
After some time, they form a bond of friendship and camaraderie, and the four decide to form their own guild. They will explore the world, meet new people, and possibly solve the mysteries surrounding Yuuki’s missing memories as their adventures continue.
11. Isekai Quartet
It’s just another day for everyone, from deranged military girl Tanya Degurechaff and 16-year-old isekai protagonist Satou Kazuma to expansionist overlord Ainz Ooal Gown and demon sisters Rem and Ram. Suddenly, a prominent red button begs to be pressed in front of them. Curiosity drives the otherworldly characters to press the button, transporting them to an unfamiliar world.
With no way out, the characters must live a normal school life and make friends with the other students. One thing is certain: the classroom full of fan-favorite eccentric characters is never boring!
10. Akashic Records of the Bastard Magic Instructor
The Alzano Empire is home to one of the world’s most prestigious magic schools, the Alzano Imperial Magic Academy. Here, aspirant young students are trained to become competent magicians. Sistine Fibel, a stern noble girl, and her bright-eyed best friend Rumia Tingel enroll in the Academy, intent on honing their magical abilities.
Their world is turned upside down when their favorite teacher abruptly retires and is replaced by the enigmatic Glenn Radars. His apathetic attitude toward life and magic quickly puts him at odds with his peers. Furthermore, nefarious forces hidden within the empire’s walls begin to emerge, and Sistine, Rumia, and Glenn become entangled in their schemes.
The Akashic Records of the Bastard Magic Instructor follows Sistine, who is drawn to a mysterious floating Sky Castle, Rumia, who is haunted by a troubled past, and Glenn, who may be more than meets the eye. Though they appear to be completely different, they are inextricably linked by a thread of fate.
9. Outbreak Company
Shinichi Kanou is a reclusive otaku who is well-versed in anime, manga, and video games. One day after applying for a job in the hopes of escaping his life as a shut-in NEET, he was kidnapped and transferred to the Eldant Empire, a fantasy world inhabited by elves, dragons, and dwarves. Shinichi, who is trapped in this alien nation, is assigned an unexpected duty by the Japanese government: to promote otaku culture throughout the realm by becoming an “Otaku Missionary.”
In Outbreak Company, our protagonist is on a mission in another world. But, unlike Kazuma Satou from KonoSuba, our protagonist, Shinichi Kanou must serve as an ambassador, sharing culture with other countries! A strange premise for an isekai, or maybe not? considering all the strange isekai anime adaptations being announced as of late. Overall, the Outbreak Company is pretty good and the comedic elements make it a must-watch.
8. Dungeon Black Company
Kinji Ninomiya has finally realized his dreams of living a self-sustaining NEET lifestyle after years of hard work. Kinji prepares to begin his new, slothful life by looking down on ordinary people commuting during a typhoon from the penthouse of one of his apartment buildings. However, all of his efforts are for naught when a portal appears beneath him out of nowhere.
Kinji is teleported to another world and forced to work for a mining company that is solely concerned with profits and has no regard for the safety and well-being of its employees. Refusing to live in such conditions, he starts making plans to get rich quickly, making connections with others in this new world, and doing everything he can to get away from the strict corporate life. Will Kinji be able to overcome his financial constraints and regain his financial freedom?
7. Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?
Life is never dull in the bustling city of Orario, especially for Bell Cranel, a naive young man who aspires to be the greatest adventurer in the land. His dreams become a little more real after a chance meeting with the lonely goddess Hestia. Bell embarks on a fantastic quest with her help, venturing deep within the city’s monster-infested catacombs known only as the “Dungeon.” In the cavernous depths of this terrifying labyrinth, death lurks around every corner, and a mysterious power moves among the shadows.
Surviving is a hard-won privilege, even on the surface. Indeed, nothing is ever certain in a world where gods and humans coexist, especially when they frequently clash. But one thing is certain: the dauntlessly optimistic protagonist of this herculean tale will face a slew of blunders, triumphs, and friendships.
6. Full Dive: The Ultimate Next-Gen Full Dive RPG Is Even Shittier than Real Life!
Due to an accident a few years prior, the high school student Hiroshi Yuuki now immerses himself in full-dive RPGs to escape from his trauma. After failing to obtain the most recent version of his favorite game, Hiroshi stumbles upon a game shop and meets its lovely clerk Reona Kisaragi, who persuades him to purchase a copy of Kiwame Quest so that they can play together.
Hiroshi is awestruck by the game’s realism the first time he plays it. His surprise, however, is short-lived as he causes a string of misfortunes, quickly realizing that the game is worse than his already stressful life. Despite his growing disdain for the game, Hiroshi finds himself logging on again and again. With no do-overs in his current predicament, Hiroshi only has one goal—clear the game!
5. Cautious Hero: The Hero is Overpowered but Overly Cautious
“You can never be too careful,” as the saying goes. It is critical to plan for any situation that may arise, even if it appears to be a waste of time. Also, in games like RPGs, it is advantageous to outperform your opponents in order to achieve total victory.
These words almost perfectly describe Seiya Ryuuguuin. The hero prepares for his noble journey after being summoned by the goddess Ristarte to save the world of Gaeabrande from destruction. While this may seem normal, despite having overpowered stats, he spends a significant amount of time training himself. To stay safe, he fights weak enemies with his strongest skills and buys an abundance of supplies and potions.
While his attitude may seem annoying, it could be Gaeabrande’s saving grace, especially in a world where evil forces go beyond every expectation.
4. How NOT To Summon a Demon Lord
Takuma is transported to a world similar to his favorite online game. He is greeted by a couple of female characters who summon him and subject him to a slavery ritual. Nonetheless, the magic backfires on the clumsy females, and they end up as slaves! Takuma agrees to travel with these slave ladies to learn how to unbind their contract while also learning what it means to be this new Demon King, despite their embarrassment.
The primary plot of this anime revolves around the protagonist bonding with his would-be captors and discovering why he was summoned. The series also manages to include a comedic element, which works well with the absurd premise.
3. The Devil is a Part-Timer!
Who knew an anime about the Devil working at a McDonald’s parody would be so entertaining? The Devil Is a Part-Timer! has risen to the top of many isekai anime fans’ favorite lists thanks to a slew of entertaining and engaging characters and it just got a second season after 9 whole years and fans are going crazy over it!
Whether it’s part-time work, household chores, or simply trying to pay the rent on time, The Devil Is A Part-Timer! presents a hilarious view of the most mundane aspects of everyday life, all through the eyes of a hapless demon lord.
2. Grand Blue
Iori Kitahara relocates to the coastal village of Izu for his first year of university, living above Grand Blue, his uncle’s scuba diving business. Iori has great expectations and aspirations of having the perfect college experience, but when he enters the shop, he gets lured into the alcoholic antics of the carefree Diving Club members that frequent the area. Iori grudgingly joins their weird party after being persuaded by upperclassmen Shinji Tokita and Ryuujirou Kotobuki. Chisa Kotegawa, his cousin, later walks in and catches him in the act, earning Iori’s scorn.
Based on Kenji Inoue and Kimitake Yoshioka’s popular comedy manga, Grand Blue follows Iori’s antics with his new eccentric friends as he strives to realize his ideal college life, while simultaneously learning how to scuba dive.
1. Combatants Will Be Dispatched!
Combat Agent 6 obtains orders to help the wicked Kisaragi Corporation conquer the entire known universe as a chief operative. Tasked with entering Grace’s kingdom—a task that could determine the fate of the world—Agent 6 incorrectly believes that his combat skills are exceptional, fueling his haughty attitude. To assure the mission’s success, Agent 6 is assigned to go with Alice Kisaragi, an excellent android with a youthful appearance named after the firm itself.
Two agents of a nefarious organization are sent to conquer a distant planet, only to become entangled in the world’s chaotic and crazy happenings.
Combatants Will Be Dispatched! was written before KonoSuba, when the author was still figuring out how to write a good parody but didn’t fail by any means. The anime has some really funny moments, and good characters, and it’s perfect when you want to pass time.
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