Overlord (2015– )

TV Series   |  TV-MA   |    |  Animation, Action, Adventure

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A young man is trapped within a video game as a warrior king, and sets out to make this new world his own empire.




  • Emiri Kato and Jill Harris in Overlord (2015)
  • Overlord (2015)
  • Satoshi Hino and Marika Kôno in Overlord (2015)
  • Overlord (2015)
  • Mao Ichimichi and Ayumu Murase in Overlord (2015)
  • Overlord (2015)

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30 September 2015 | joelherro
| cool RPG style anime
I don't have much experience with role playing games, so a lot of the references to moves, energy, strength, skill, etc. in this anime were lost on me. Although I have seen plenty of shows where someone gets trapped inside a game, TV show or movie, so it was still enjoyable.

Momonga is playing Yggdrasil (an online RPG I assume) and the game is shut down. Instead of logging out, he decides to stay and then realises he's trapped in this online fantasy world. Since his character was a Supreme Being (practically a God), things aren't so bad for him, as he has a handful of powerful guardians to protect him. Of course, being god-like, he doesn't really need them, since he's nearly invincible anyway. He then decides to conceal his true form (a skeleton-type dude) and go on the lookout for his previous friends (who were all Supreme Beings) by becoming a low-level adventurer who wants to spread his name (now changed to Ains Ool Gown?) by defeating as many powerful enemies as possible.

At first I wasn't into this show, but after a few episodes I was hooked. Watching Lord Ains defeat even the most powerful enemies thrown at him with ease was pretty cool, and they didn't shy away from the violence either. A bit rough for little kiddies though. Check it out.

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7 July 2015



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