Taka Ok Taka we got a few more to add now. Not sure if we should add those with not
2018: July (Summer) - That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken) Somewhere in 2018 - Isekai Izakaya ~Koto Aiteria no Izakaya "Nobu"~ (Alternative World Izakaya ~Izakaya "Nobu" in the ancient city Aiteria~)
2019: Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest (Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou)
Date TBD: Tate no Yusha no Nariagari (The Rising of the Shield Hero) Isekai Maou to Shoukan Shoujo no Dorei Majutsu (How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord)
Taka Great. When i have some time somewhere i will look into the 2016 isekai series. Will only do 1 year at a time, that way we can slowly work backwards to at least 2014. But well that will have to wait a bit.
I'll give another call if i also manage to see another isekai announced for this or next year. Otherwise i think this thread will be silent for a bit.
I understand that. I said because I have work which gives an advantage here to update. 2016 should be easy. We had KonoSuba and Re:ZERO. There are unfamiliar titles. You know Sengoku Night Blood? I wouldn't have record it if I didn't watch it. The summary didn't have any hints to Isekai. There will be those the of shows that go under the radar.
Okay, I just miss this show. Just added today. We do have at least one isekai for spring, Isekai Izakaya Nobu which is like Reasturant to Another World from last year, isekai and Food which is pretty good combo.
I think we got another isekai anime this Spring 2018: Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits-
Just wanted to double check with you. The main character gets kidnapped by an ogre into the demon realm. She finds out she's collateral to pay up her grandfather's debt as a bride for the oni. This is a reverse harem anime, I believe.
The reason I doubt myself on Kakuriyo is there are a lot of series with a demon realm. I was thinking of another franchise which is the opposite of Kakuriyo's setting - The Devil is a Part Timer
the premise of that show is the Devil King and few others who fought him are sent to the human realm where the Devil King is intent on just working at MacDonald's instead of returning home. The franchise works more like a fish out of water trope than an isekai trope.
Taka Oh i remember that spreadsheet. It's the list of every light novel that got an anime adaptation. And i have to admit i completely forgot about it... List got some pretty good predictions that came true.
However LNs aren't the only isekai source. There's the anime original isekais like Drifters, the ones adapted from web novels like Slime Datta Ken and those from mobile games like Dia Horizon. So the list while really helpful isn't all there is to it. It will ease up creating the isekai list though, since most isekai came adapted from light novels.