10 Anime Like Level One Demon Lord and One Room Hero

“Level 1 Demon Lord and One Room Hero” emerged as a standout in the Summer Season 2023, quickly becoming one of the most talked about isekai anime series. It was the unexpected gem of the season, delighting isekai enthusiasts with its unique charm.

10 Anime Series Like Level One Demon Lord and One Room Hero

Skillfully blending the “fantasy (isekai)” and “comedy” genres, the series leans more toward comedic elements. This balanced approach ensures that it appeals to a broad audience, not just to isekai fans.

As fans eagerly await an announcement for Season 2, we’ve curated a list of 10 anime series that resonate with the spirit and essence of “Level 1 Demon Lord and One Room Hero.” The recommended anime are listed in no particular order.

10. The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated!

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Number of Episodes20 Episodes
GenreComedy, Supernatural, Fantasy

Much like “Level 1 Demon Lord and One Room Hero,” “The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated!” delves into the isekai genre but with a twist in roles.

Here, the demon lord grapples with challenging circumstances while the magical girl (the hero) relentlessly pursues her across Earth.

The story centers around Jahy, once the esteemed second-in-command of the Demon World. Her life takes a tumultuous turn when a magical girl shatters a crucial relic, leading to the destruction of Jahy’s realm.

Stranded on Earth, Jahy now juggles a part-time job and navigates the struggles of her new life, all while seeking a path back to her homeland.

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9. One Punch Man

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Number of Episodes24 Episodes
GenreAction, Comedy

“One Punch Man” is reminiscent of “Level 1 Demon Lord and One Room Hero.” While there’s no demon lord, powerful enemies are ever-present. The hero, much like in “Level 1 Demon Lord and One Room Hero,” is a simple, laid-back individual living life on his terms.

The series revolves around Saitama, a man who aspires to be a hero. His daily life consists of defeating villains and indulging in relaxed activities like eating snacks and renting movies.

But he doesn’t know that the world is constantly under attack, and heroes fight day and night to take care of this danger. However, once any danger crosses paths with Saitama, they get defeated in One Punch.

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8. The Devil is a Part-Timer

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Number of Episodes37 Episodes
GenreComedy, Fantasy

“The Devil is a Part-Timer” shares similarities with “Level 1 Demon Lord and One Room Hero.” While the core plotline differs, both series explore the concept of powerful beings adjusting to mundane lives in unfamiliar settings.

In “The Devil is a Part-Timer,” the story centers around Maou, the demon king. After chasing the hero Emilia into the human world during a confrontation, he finds himself powerless in modern-day Japan.

To survive, Maou must now navigate the challenges of everyday life, including securing a job and earning a living, all while forging an unexpected friendship with his former adversary.

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7. Uncle from Another World

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Number of Episodes13 Episodes
GenreFantasy, Comedy

“Uncle from Another World!” offers a fresh take on the isekai genre. While it shares thematic elements with “Level One Demon Lord,” particularly in how the protagonist adapts to a more relaxed life upon returning to Earth, its story stands out.

The story revolves around Yousuke, Takafumi’s uncle, who awakens from a 17-year-long coma. Upon regaining consciousness, Yousuke reveals the adventures and abilities he acquired in another world during his long slumber.

Seizing the opportunity, Takafumi decides to capitalize on his uncle’s unique skills, launching a business venture that leverages Yousuke’s newfound powers.

6. Blood Lad

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Number of Episodes10 Episodes
GenreAction, Fantasy, Comedy

“Blood Lad” is an anime series centered around comedy.

The story focuses on “Blood,” a demon world ruler who is a laid-back otaku. His laid-back life takes a turn when a human girl named Fuyumi unexpectedly enters his realm.

Despite his fondness for her, she tragically meets her end at the hands of his subordinates. Blood revives her as a wandering soul, and they both travel to Earth in search of a method that will bring Fuyumi back to life.

5. Noragami

Number of Episodes25 Episodes
GenreAction, Comedy, Fantasy

“Noragami’ is an anime series that follows the miserable condition of a protagonist, just like “Level One Demon Lord.”

“Noragami” follows the story of Yato, a minor deity (god) who aims to create a shrine for himself where people come to worship him.

But he is not able to achieve it as he hardly does any work seriously. So, will people see this God’s true powers, or just his mischieves?

4. KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!

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Number of Episodes20 Episodes + 1 Movie
GenreComedy, Fantasy

“Konosuba” is pretty much the same as “Level One Demon Lord,” as it follows a battle between our protagonist and demon lord.

However, a notable distinction is that the main character in “Konosuba” isn’t the typical hero. In fact, the series leans more heavily into comedic elements. The story revolves around Kazuma, an otaku, who meets an untimely death in a rather ironic situation.

In the afterlife, he chooses to drag the goddess Aqua into another realm, primarily to get back at her. Their subsequent adventures are filled with Aqua’s comical blunders and Kazuma’s exasperation.

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3. The Vampire Dies in No Time!

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Number of Episodes24 Episodes
GenreComedy, Supernatural

“The Vampire Dies in No Time” protagonists also live miserable lives like in the “Level One Demon Lord.”

The series revolves around Ronaldo, a vampire hunter. His routine takes a twist when he encounters Dralc, a surprisingly weak vampire. Circumstances push them to coexist, with Ronaldo having no choice but to live alongside Dralc, as they both find some utility in each other’s company.

But with their contrasting backgrounds, one has to wonder: how long can these two supposed enemies cohabit, especially with the world watching their every move?

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2. KamiKatsu: Working for God in a Godless World

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Number of Episodes12 Episodes
GenreComedy, Fantasy

“Kamikatsu” is an anime series that, while not boasting the best animation, shares a thematic resemblance to “Demon Lord.” Instead of a demon lord, the hero navigates a challenging life, working to safeguard a new world.

The story centers around Yukito, who is reincarnated into a world where the very concept of Gods is absent. In this realm, the Government has an iron grip, dictating even the fates of its citizens. Tragically, Yukito’s friends are taken away one day, slated for execution.

In a desperate move, Yukito prays, hoping to invoke a God in this godless world. Miraculously, a deity named Mitama appears, albeit in a weakened state due to a lack of believers. Now, Yukito is on a mission: to gather followers and restore Mitama’s power.

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1. Dropkick On My Devil!

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Number of Episodes35 Episodes
GenreComedy, Supernatural

“Dropkick on My Devil!” is an anime series that portrays a demon in a state of perpetual misery, echoing the themes of “Level One Demon Lord.” Its comedic undertones make it an entertaining watch for viewers.

The story revolves around Jashin, a demon hailing from the underworld, who finds herself summoned to Earth by Yurine. To return to her home realm, Jashin must defeat her summoner.

However, her attempts are consistently thwarted. Each time she’s defeated, she regenerates, leading to an ongoing cycle of her resurrection and subsequent defeat.

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In conclusion, these are the top 10 anime series that resonate with the vibes of Level One Demon Lord and One Room Hero. We’d love to hear your thoughts on this compilation, so please share them in the comments section below.

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