Konosuba Update! There is now a mobile game made by Nexon to play while we wait on new anime episodes. Right now there's 25 published books for the Konosuba series and more to come. Kodokawa Pictures was in charge of the cinema releases for the series of light novels to be adapted.
Isekai themes are as old as time, and being able to fight boss level spirits reminds me of xxxHolic.
This story is a light hearted Isekai about a total loser who dies and is reincarnated into a different dimension that is basically an MMORPG. The goddess aqua that he meets in the afterlife explains the rules of the new dimension and offers him help with super powered weapons or a special ability. However the main character is a pervy loser, and chooses the goddess to accompany him on his journey through the world.
The premise of the show is that an unlikely team has to form to defeat the demon king, but they all have issues and hilarious misfortunes ensue.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How old is Megumin from Konosuba?
A: 15. Megumin is depicted as a 15 year old fictional archwizard according to the light novels and anime.
Q: Is Konosuba on Funimation?
Q: Konosuba FD Tier List (Fantastic Days Game)
A: The Best Tier List is on MrGuider.
Q: Konosuba Fantastic Days Reddit?
A: Yes. The Konosuba FD Reddit can be found here.
Q: Is Konosuba worth watching?
A: Yes! Konosuba is one of the top isekai of all time, and contains comedy, action and fanservice. It has a massive world wide fan following.
Q: Will Konosuba have a season 3?
A: Yes! On July 18 2021 the Official Konosuba Twitter announced a 3rd season was in progress for release.
Q: How Old is Aqua from Konosuba?
A: Unknown. Aqua from Konosuba is as old as time itself, she is a God.
Table of Contents
How it Began
In December of 2012, author Natusme Akatsuki wrote a web series that got picked up by Kadokawa and the light novels were produced by Yen Press from 2013 to May of 2020. It's rumored that there may be some After Story spin offs. Yen press has also released about 14 manga adaptations to date.
Fans like myself have been waiting a LONG TIME for new Konosuba: God's Blessing on This Wonderful World to come out. We got the first Anime Series in March 2016, the Second series was just as good if not better and released January 2017.
Finally we received a cryptic tweet on July 18, 2021 that announced a new project was in the works for the canon Anime series.
I'm going to try and put on my journalistic glasses here and give an honest and unbiased review without trying to hype up something I enjoy too much.
Konosuba isn't the most original story, it's definitely a standard issue isekai where a character is thrust into a new world that resembles old school turn based games from the 90's like final fantasy or fire emblem. (Wow, now I need to bust out the old Playstation 1).
Unlike other Isekai, Konosuba reigns King of the Mound, and holds a special place in fans hearts for several prominent reasons. The art style is so visually appealing, and the animation is smooth. The animators didn't hold back on drawing really nice scenes, and didn't reuse old clips or use a lot of still shots (that bothers me when studios do that).
The voice acting is pretty good actually, and the comedy aspect the Megumin brings is both adorable and iconic. The story line shows good character development which has proven to be one of the most important aspects to the success of any anime I've reviewed.
The characters actually have good synergy and Megumin is easily a fan favorite, she has an insane power and nobody believes her until we see it in action. Her power is somewhat of a glass canon and she can only use it once.
This pays homage to one of the best anime of all time Yu Yu Hakusho. In Yu Yu Hakusho, he dies and enters an alternate dimension where he has to fight demons and has a very powerful move that he can only use once per day.
Konosuba is fun and fast paced and the jokes keep coming, then there's also lots of fan service sprinkled in. The anime girls are drawn really cute and curvy, and the outfits are short, skimpy and flirtatious.
What Konosuba does best is make fun of how serious some of the other isekai are, *cough* Goblin Slayer *cough*. The characters become pretty relatable and loveable. I would recommend to anyone, it's quite a fun story.
Anime Overview and Opinions
Kazuma, the main character, is depressed at the start of the novel. At the end of the day, he couldn't care less what other people thought.
He eventually dies, which is the finest thing that could have happened to him at the time. He had no cause to live, and as a result, he was put to death. Konosuba's message is direct and unequivocal. Kazuma is offered a second chance at reincarnation now that he has died.
Suddenly, a youthful goddess comes and offers him a new life in another planet, replete with the horrifying-sounding RPG style that he must utilize to battle a "Demon King."
His intelligence and memory, on the other hand, will be unaffected. Meanwhile, he preserves the right to be himself. Aqua, the water goddess, urges you to bring one tiny object with you on your voyage. He decides to bring her along since he feels that having a goddess on his side will help him in battle. Aqua is forced to live his life as a human for the first time as a result of his decision.