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If you're a fan of the TV series Dungeon Crawler Carl by Matt Dinniman and are looking for more captivating and thrilling stories that will keep you on the edge of your seat, then this article is for you.

We have compiled a list of recommendations, including TV series, movies, books, and even Anime, that are similar in style and tone to Dungeon Crawler Carl. Whether you enjoy the suspenseful and atmospheric storytelling, the intriguing characters, or the thrilling dungeon crawling adventures, these recommendations are sure to satisfy your craving for more.

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The apocalypse will be televised!

Carl and his ex-girlfriend's cat has to survive a sadistic game show unlike anything in the universe. It's a dungeon crawl show where survival depends on killing your prey in the most entertaining way possible.

The more followers and views you get the bigger your chance of survival gets because of the loot boxes dropped upon you by the generous benefactors watching from across the galaxy. That's the only way to truly survive in this game.

They call it Dungeon Crawler World. But for Carl, it's anything but a game.

About the series: Dungeon Crawler Carl is a System Apocolyps, LitRPG series with humor and dark gory elements.

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Books like Dungeon Crawler Carl

Super Powereds: Year 1 (Super Powereds #1) by Drew Hayes

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To become a super hero you have to take the Hero Certification Program in college, and only a handful of those starting it will be able to get to the final year. Among this years freshmen at Lander University, one of the top universities with a Hero Certification Program, there are five fresh students that are not as the rest of the aspiring heroes. They are former powereds, people with abilities like the supers but without the ability to control them. Powereds have always been treated like second class citizens and a burden. However these five are the first prototypes for a new highly classified experiment that have managed to turn powereds to a super. They have been those into the Hero Certification Program at Lander University as a trail by fire to see if they can compete against supers.

Is Super Powereds good?

Super Powereds is one of the better series I have read in a while. Great long books. They are akin to the magical school type of books, but with college age students instead of the commonly younger age group. There are five main characters, and the author has actually managed to distribute the focus fairly among them.

Why is Super Powereds recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you'll likely find Drew Hayes' Super Powereds series a compelling read. Both share an innate ability to weave intricate, character-driven narratives. While Dungeon Crawler Carl immerses readers in a virtual world, Super Powereds explores the lives of young adults with extraordinary abilities in a more grounded setting. The depth of character development and the exploration of power dynamics in both series make them appealing, although the transition from a fantasy gaming world to a superhero academy may require a slight shift in expectations. Nevertheless, the engaging storytelling and relatable characters in Super Powereds warrant a strong recommendation to fans of Dungeon Crawler Carl.

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The Land: Founding (Chaos Seeds #1)

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James and his friends were among the top teams on the newest and greatest VRMMORPG game, The Land. When they were riding a new dungeon he was separated from his friends.

A game boss, or so hi thinks, asks him a question.

After answering the same question three times he is suddenly transferred to the real planet that the game was based on.

James still has access to his character sheets and delves into this real game, where he now is called Richter.

Richter quickly finds himself dragged into an age-old war. A war between forest sprites and goblins. At the same time, he also ends up in control of his own village that he has to grow.

Is Chaos Seeds good?

The Chaos Seeds books are so far among the best LitRPG books I have read, atlas among the LitRPG book that goes all-in with the game mechanic.

Richter's story is captivating, funny, and a little addictive. I feel like I'm playing the adventure I'm reading and it's always interesting when Richter levels up or finds new loot.

The only thing I hate about this series is the author, he has been attempting to trademark the LitRPG genre. He's a greedy bastard, but his books are good.

Why is Chaos Seeds recommended?

Readers who enjoy the book Dungeon Crawler Carl by Matt Dinniman are likely to find The Land (Chaos Seeds)series by Aleron Kong equally captivating. Both series share a common theme of immersive, gamified worlds where characters embark on epic adventures. The intricate world-building and detailed RPG mechanics in The Land series resonate with fans of Dungeon Crawler Carl. However, while both offer engaging storytelling and well-developed characters, some may find The Land series slightly more extensive in its exploration of game mechanics, which could either be a pro or con depending on individual preferences. In conclusion, if you're a fan of one, it's highly recommended to delve into the other for an exciting journey through virtual realms.

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Life Reset (New Era Online #1) by Shemer Kuznits

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New Era Online, NEO, is a full immersion virtual reality game.

Oren Berman is among the most powerful and influential players. He is the guild leader of one of the most power full guilds. In NEO the first person to discover a skill gives you the exclusive right to teach others the skill. Oren has some really good exclusive right, and together with being the guild leader he easily lives of what he makes in-game.

But all these changes when he is betrayed by his own guild commanders.

They use a rare item that transforms your character into a monster, permanently. Oren ends up as a level one goblin far into the uncharted monster territory. If Oren starts a new character he will loose his exclusive skills to the guild that betrayed him. What will he do?

Is New Era Online good?

Life Reset is an excellent LitRPG book. It has interesting game mechanics and character development.

It's fascinating to follow the main character. A person that starts out among the most powerful players, but then he is betrayed, changed to a monster race, and stuck in the game.

Why is New Era Online recommended?

For enthusiasts of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, the Life Reset series by Shemer Kuznits offers a parallel dive into the realms of immersive gaming. Both series enthrall readers with their focus on protagonists who find themselves trapped within virtual worlds, navigating challenges and uncovering hidden secrets. The strategic gameplay elements and exploration of character growth in Life Reset resonate with fans of Dungeon Crawler Carl, even though the change from a comedic fantasy setting to a more intense survival scenario may require some adjustment. Despite the shift in tone, the compelling narrative and rich world-building in Life Reset make it a recommended choice for those seeking a new virtual adventure.

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Dungeon Born (The Divine Dungeon #1) by Dakota Krout

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Cal is a Dungeon Heart, a soul forced into a magical stone against his will.

After several years of only instinctive living, he was able to regain his sentience. This allowed him to form new memories again, and to slowly start growing a dungeon around himself.

With help from a small friend, Cal learned to create monsters and traps and how to use treasures to grow his dungeon. His main goal is to lure in brave adventures to eat so he can grow in both power and size.

Is The Divine Dungeon good?

Dungeon Born is one of the best books I have read in a while. This book is written in a light and funny way. For me it was new and fresh, it was the first Dungeon Core type books I read.

Why is The Divine Dungeon recommended?

Readers who relish Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl are in for an engaging adventure with Dakota Krout's Dungeon Born: The Divine Dungeon Series. Both series share a fascination with the inner workings of dungeons and their unique perspectives. While Dungeon Crawler Carl adds a whimsical and humorous touch, Dungeon Born offers a more in-depth exploration of dungeon lore and mechanics. However, it's essential to note that Dungeon Born leans towards a traditional fantasy setting, which may be a shift in tone for some readers. Nevertheless, if you're eager for a captivating dive into the world of sentient dungeons, Dungeon Born is a recommended choice that promises an enchanting journey.

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Sufficiently Advanced Magic (Arcane Ascension #1) by Andrew Rowe

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In Sufficiently Advanced Magic: Arcane Ascension Book 1, it tells the captivating story of a young man named Corin Cadence, whose brother disappeared in the Serpent Spire - a gigantic tower with numerous, ever-changing rooms packed with monsters and magical artifacts. Determined to find him, Corin decides to brave the tower himself.

He must undergo innumerable tests of his wits and abilities, gaining magical abilities called 'attunements' along the way. As Corin delves further, he uncovers secrets both about the tower and his own family's twisted involvement with it. But, there's a twist - he isn't the only one seeking power inside the Spire, and his competitors could mean his end.

Is Arcane Ascension good?

Sufficiently Advanced Magic: Arcane Ascension Book 1 is a fascinating read for lovers of fantasy and adventure. Andrew Rowe crafted a one-of-a-kind world with the Serpent Spire and introduced a protagonist, Corin Cadence, who is driven by a compelling mixture of familial love and the desire to understand his world.

Its intelligent and eloquent writing style enables the readers to immerse themselves in a world of complexities and magic, keeping you gripped to every page. The book's intricate world-building, its innovative magic system, and the character development are top-notch settings the bar high for what a fantasy novel should be.

Why is Arcane Ascension recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you'll likely find the Arcane Ascension series by Andrew Rowe a thrilling read. Both series delve into the intricacies of magic systems and offer a deep exploration of the fantastical worlds they inhabit. While Dungeon Crawler Carl is known for its humor and unconventional storytelling, Arcane Ascension brings a more traditional yet intricate approach to magic and world-building. Some readers may need to adjust to the shift from comedic fantasy to a more serious tone, but for those seeking a complex and immersive fantasy experience, Arcane Ascension is highly recommended for its captivating narrative and well-developed magic systems.

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Defiance of the Fall by TheFirstDefier

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Zac was alone in the middle of the forest when the world changed.

The whole planet was introduced to the multiverse by an unfeeling System... or God. A universe where an endless number of races and civilizations fought for power and dominion.

Zac finds himself stuck in the wilderness surrounded by deadly beasts, demons, and worse. Alone, lost and without answers, he must find the means to survive and get stronger in this new cut-throat reality.

With only a hatchet for his weapon, he'll have to seek out his family before the world collapses... or die trying.

Defiance of the Fall can be found on Royal Road.

About the series: Defiance of the Fall is in the System Apocalypse, LitRPG, Wuxia, and Progression Fantasy genres. It mixes LitRPG elements with Eastern cultivation. It has class systems, skill systems, endless choices for progression, and town building. Follow Zac as he struggles to stake out a unique path to power as a mortal in a world full of cultivators.

Why is Defiance of the Fall by TheFirstDefier recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you'll likely find the Defiance of the Fall series by TheFirstDefier a compelling choice. Both series share a passion for immersive world-building, intricate game mechanics, and character development. However, it's important to note that while Dungeon Crawler Carl thrives on humor and unconventional storytelling, Defiance of the Fall leans more towards traditional fantasy, which might differ in style. Nonetheless, for those seeking an enthralling narrative and a deep exploration of character growth within a gaming-inspired universe, Defiance of the Fall is a recommended pick that offers a thrilling and immersive experience.

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He Who Fights With Monsters by Travis Deverell

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Jason wakes up in a mysterious world of magic and monsters.

He will face off against cannibals, cultists, wizards, monsters, and that's just the first day. He's going to need courage, he's going to need wit and he's going to need some magic powers of his own. But first, he's going to need pants.

Can Jason survive the change from being an office-supplies-store middle manager to becoming a heroic interdimensional adventurer?

We follow Jason as he makes a place for himself in a world that is strange, yet sometimes strangely familiar. From somewhat familiar inhabitants to a magical interface that looks like his RPG games. He will meet everything from crime lords to nobles, monsters to gods on his adventurous path.

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About the series: He Who Fights With Monsters is in the Isekai, LitRPG, Portal Fantasy, Progression Fantasy genres with some political intrigue and humor. The progression system combines cultivation and traditional LitRPG elements and plenty of loot. Jason is a laid-back Australia that gains some suspiciously evil powers.

Why is He Who Fights With Monsters by Travis Deverell recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you're in for a treat with the He Who Fights With Monsters series. Both these series share an affinity for the litRPG genre, immersing readers in intricate game-like worlds filled with perilous adventures. While Dungeon Crawler Carl brings humor and absurdity to the table, He Who Fights With Monsters offers a more serious and intense narrative. Nevertheless, the common thread of engaging storytelling, character development, and immersive world-building makes He Who Fights With Monsters a highly recommended read for fans of Dungeon Crawler Carl who are ready for a darker and more complex journey.

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Iron Prince (Warformed: Stormweaver #1) by Bryce O'Connor

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In a world dominated by The Risen Empire, the protagonist, Reyne, is given a second chance at life following his untimely expulsion from the prestigious war college. He is allowed to compete in an arduous challenge - The Spark - which, if victorious, could return him to his life's goal: to fight the largest, deadliest creatures in the kingdom, stormweavers.

Without any remarkable skills, and surrounded by prodigies -superseders who already wield magic - Reyne takes on a journey of growth, resilience, and sheer valor.

He finds allies in unlikeliest of places and uncovers secrets, culminating in a climax befitting the valiant hero Reyne becomes.

Is Warformed: Stormweaver good?

Iron Prince is strength and innovation personified, merging the best aspects of fantasy and science fiction to create an immersive experience that readers will be hard-pressed to put down.

Authors Bryce O'Connor and Luke Chmilenko have done a noteworthy job creating a vivid world with complex characters, each with their unique abilities and quirks. Reyne is an underdog worth rooting for, his strength not lying in his magic but his determination and resolve. The theme of the book will resonate with readers, the idea that mere persistence can overcome natural talent.

Iron Prince: Warformed: Stormweaver is a must-read, and perfectly sets the stage for a gripping series.

Why is Warformed: Stormweaver recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you'll likely find Iron Prince by Bryce O'Connor a compelling read. Both stories capture the essence of epic adventures in immersive and fantastical worlds. However, it's essential to note that while Dungeon Crawler Carl excels in humor and unique storytelling, Iron Prince leans more towards traditional fantasy, featuring a richly developed world with complex characters. The shift in tone might be a consideration for some, but if you're craving an immersive journey filled with political intrigue, war, and heroism, Iron Prince is a recommended choice that promises a gripping and unforgettable experience.

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NPCs by Drew Hayes

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Ever wondered how the life of a NPC is? What they do when the shops are closed, quests are given and the adventurous have gone to their next encounter? In the town of Mapleback four NPCs ready themself to settle in for a night away from the adventurers when some thing goes terribly wrong. They find themselves with the choice of pretending to be adventurers and undertaking a dangerous task or se their town and their loved ones destroyed.

Is NPCs by Drew Hayes good?

NPCs is a fun lighthearted book. If you do not know what NPC stands for then this book is probably not for you, but if you do then it probably is.

Why is NPCs by Drew Hayes recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you're likely to find Drew Hayes' NPCs an enjoyable read. Both books offer a unique perspective on fantasy worlds, with a focus on characters who aren't your typical heroes. The humor and wit in NPCs resonate with those who appreciate the irreverent and offbeat humor found in Dungeon Crawler Carl. However, while both novels delve into the lives of non-player characters, NPCs leans more towards traditional fantasy, which may or may not align with your preferences. Nevertheless, if you're seeking a fresh take on fantasy storytelling, NPCs is a recommended choice to add to your reading list.

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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

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Arthur Dent escapes from earth with help from his friend Ford Prefect moments before our planet is demolished to make way for a galactic freeway. Ford Prefect is a researcher for the revised edition of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, but for the last fifteen years he has posed as out-of-work actor on earth. Together they begin a journey through space aided by The Hitchhiker’s Guide. On their journey they meet a bunch of interesting characters and friends. Zaphod Beeblebrox, the two-headed, three-armed ex-hippie and totally out-to-lunch president of the galaxy. Trillian, Zaphod’s girlfriend, formally Tricia McMillan, whom Arthur once tried to pick up at a cocktail party. Marvin, a paranoid, brilliant, and chronically depressed robot. Veet Voojagig, a former graduate student who is obsessed with the disappearance of all the ballpoint pens he bought over the years.

Is The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams good?

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is an extremely funny science fiction classic. Must read for everyone, especially if you like funny lighthearted sci-fi.

Why is The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you're likely to enjoy The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. Both share a penchant for absurd humor and clever satire, albeit in different settings. However, it's important to note that The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is a science fiction series, not a fantasy novel, which might require an open mind to explore a different genre. Nevertheless, if you appreciate witty and irreverent storytelling that pokes fun at the absurdities of the universe, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is a highly recommended read for its unique and hilarious take on space travel and the human condition.

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Awaken Online: Catharsis (Awaken Online #1) by Travis Bagwell

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Jason attends a prestigious private school and his parents are reasonably well off. But his parents are never home, and he is bullied by both students and faculty at this prestigious school.

Frustrated with his life, Jason escapes into the newly released full immersion VRMMORPG game Awaken Online.

Jason quickly finds himself on the path to be one of the game's greater villains. With his powerful necromantic power and newly won leadership of a new playable race, he becomes a target for all the rest.

Jason constantly logs on to the game for the freedom and power he gets in it. Something that he lacks in real life.

One of the reasons for Jasons growing power in the game is that one of the major AIs in Awaken Online has taken an interest in him, and in humanity.

Is Awaken Online good?

Awaken Online online is one of the best LitRPG series.

Usually, I don't like LitRPG books that are too much in the real world. But in this case, Travis Bagwell has managed to keep that part interesting too.

Awaken Online has interesting game mechanics, and I like how the AI overlords interact with the game.

Awaken Online is an amazing book series that is absolutely worth reading, especially if you like LitRPG books.

Why is Awaken Online recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you're likely to find Awaken Online: Catharsis by Travis Bagwell a captivating read. Both works delve into virtual worlds with a focus on immersive gaming experiences. However, while Dungeon Crawler Carl leans towards humor and unconventional storytelling, Awaken Online: Catharsis delves into darker themes and explores the moral complexities of online gaming. This shift in tone may require an adjustment, but if you're looking for a thought-provoking and thrilling exploration of virtual reality, Awaken Online: Catharsis is a recommended choice that promises an engaging and immersive adventure.

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Morningwood (Everybody Loves Large Chests #1) by Neven Iliev

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Mr. Morningwood, or Boxy, is a mimic, a monster in the shape of a chest. For some reason, he has gained consciousness.

After gaining consciousness Boxy ventured out of the dungeon he was born in hunting for shiny and tasty stuff.

This starts Boxy's continent-spanning journey.

During his travels, Boxy acquires a few useful companions to help him to find shiny stuff. One of his companions also happens to also be especially tasty.

Is Everybody Loves Large Chests good?

Everybody Loves Large Chests is a good and funny story about a monster without any kind of moral compass.

If it only had less sexual content it would be excellent instead of just good.

If you want a funny LitRPG book from the side of a monster, a true monster, then Everybody Loves Large Chests is a must-read.

Why is Everybody Loves Large Chests recommended?

If you've enjoyed the whimsical and unconventional humor of Dungeon Crawler Carl by Matt Dinniman, you're in for a wild ride with the Morningwood series: Everybody Loves Large Chests. Both series share a penchant for subverting fantasy tropes and infusing their narratives with irreverent wit. However, it's worth noting that Morningwood takes irreverence to an extreme, often pushing boundaries with its humor and themes. But if you're up for a hilariously unconventional take on fantasy, where the protagonist happens to be a mimic, then Morningwood is a must-read that will tickle your funny bone and defy your expectations.

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Orconomics by J. Zachary Pike

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A group of diverse and down-on-their-luck adventurers are just trying to put food on the table when they get drawn into a corporate conspiracy. This leads to high-fantasy meets high-finance in this satirical jab at the business world.

They are mercenaries in Arth, an equivalent of Wall Street speculators, where heroes could be bought and sold and their life's worth were reviewed daily on the Goblin Market. Their struggles to make a living from quests explode into a larger economic feud in the business world of Arth.

Is Orconomics by J. Zachary Pike good?

Orconomics: A Satire is a humorous take on the fantasy genre with a serious commentary on the nature of capitalism and economic policy woven seamlessly into its narrative.

The book is a lot of fun with its unique ensemble of characters, wit, and action. Balancing difficult themes and satire is a tough task, but Orconomics manages this with aplomb.

A must-read, not just for those who enjoy fantasy genre, but for anyone looking for a good laugh that comes with a good lesson too.

Why is Orconomics by J. Zachary Pike recommended?

If you've found enjoyment in Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you're likely to appreciate the humor and satirical take on fantasy found in J. Zachary Pike's Orconomics. Both works share a penchant for subverting genre expectations, albeit in different ways. While Dungeon Crawler Carl does so within a gamified world, Orconomics does it through witty commentary on economic and adventuring tropes. The shift in style might require some adaptation, but if you're seeking an amusing and clever exploration of fantasy elements, Orconomics is a recommended choice for a fresh and enjoyable reading experience.

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TV-Shows like Dungeon Crawler Carl

Santa Clarita Diet

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Sheila and Joel are married real estate agents in Santa Clarita, California. They live happily together in the suburbs with friendly neighbors and have a quiet life. One of their neighbors, a cop, might be a little curious at times, but that's it. But one day something changes.

Sheila becomes a zombie.

Luckily for them, Sheila is not a brain dead zombie. She is herself, most of the time. She just gets some sudden uncontrollable urges to eat people when she is hungry.

Joel still loves Sheila and decides to do his best to help her with her new lifestyle.

Together they have to get Sheila something to eat and at the same time hide her affliction from everyone else.

But Sheila and Joel do not live alone. They also have a daughter, Abby.

Is Santa Clarita Diet good?

The Santa Clarita Diet is one of the better Netflix Original shows. It baffles me that it only got three seasons.

The Santa Clarita Diet has a perfect mix of comedy and horror if you want something funny and macabre. It's like a mix between Dexter, iZombie, and Desperate Housewives, only with more humoristic moments.

Why is Santa Clarita Diet recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you might find the TV show Santa Clarita Diet enjoyable. Both offer a mix of humor and unconventional storytelling with characters navigating bizarre situations. However, it's important to note that Santa Clarita Diet leans into the horror-comedy genre and deals with themes of cannibalism, which might not be everyone's cup of tea. Nonetheless, if you're open to a darkly humorous and offbeat series that explores the challenges of suburban life with a twist, Santa Clarita Diet is worth considering for its unique and entertaining take on the undead.

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The Good Place

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The Good Place is one of the places where those that have been good during their lives go after they are dead.

Michael is the architect of this town. He is responsible for keeping everything going smoothly and that everyone receives the home of their dreams. He also introduces them to their soul mate.

Eleanor finds herself as a new member of the town, but she realizes that there has been a terrible mix-up. She was never especially good during her life, and her new house in The Good Place is not to her taste. There might have been a mixup.

Is The Good Place good?

The Good Place is a whimsical and funny show. And they have kept it going much longer than many other shows of this nature. 

Why is The Good Place recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you might also appreciate the TV show The Good Place. Both share a knack for clever humor and explore philosophical themes in a playful manner. However, it's important to note that The Good Place is a TV show and not a book, which might be a departure from your reading preferences. Nevertheless, if you're open to a witty and thought-provoking series that delves into moral dilemmas and the afterlife with a dose of humor, The Good Place is worth a watch for its unique and entertaining take on ethical conundrums.

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The Boys

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A group of vigilantes set out to take down corrupt superheroes who abuse their superpowers.

Superpowered people are heroes for the general public. Their images are carefully cultivated by a powerful corporation that owns them, Vought International. But power corrupts most people, and most of those superheroes are no different. Outside of their heroic personas, most are arrogant and corrupt. Hugh "Hughie" Campbel joins a group of vigilant hero killers after his girlfriend is killed by one of them in front of him. One of his heroes acted recklessly and she got killed, and it all got hidden away by those in power.

Is The Boys good?

The Boys is a refreshing take on the oversaturated superhero genre, offering a dark, intriguing, and often brutally honest portrayal of what could occur if superpowered individuals existed in our reality. The characters are complex, flawed, and believably human, which adds a certain depth to the storytelling. The narrative is engaging and doesn’t shy away from controversial themes or graphic content which may be a bit too much for some viewers. However, its depiction of the world’s fascination and obsession with heroes truly separates it from the usual superhero fare. For those who enjoy a gritty, realistic, and challenging portrayal of superhumanity, The Boys is a definite watch.

Why is The Boys recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you might appreciate the TV show The Boys. Both offer a darker and more satirical take on their respective genres. However, it's important to note that The Boys is a violent and mature series that explores the darker side of superheroes, which might not be suitable for all audiences. Nonetheless, if you're open to a subversive and edgy portrayal of superpowers and the consequences of unchecked authority, The Boys is recommended for its provocative storytelling and complex characters.

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Good Omens

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Aziraphale, a somewhat fussy angel, and Crowley, a fast-living demon, have been living amongst you humans since the beginning.

Both where put her to push events toward an apocalypse that will be in their respective teems favor. But over the years they both have grown rather fond of the Earth, so they have made peace with each other and are scheming together to stop the apocalypse.

When they discover that the boy they believed to be antichrist was, unknown to everyone, swapped at birth, everything becomes complicated and time-sensitive.

Is Good Omens good?

This tv show is perfectly adopted. The quirky and special humor transferred just perfectly. This tv show and its actors are doing an excellent job of keeping the spirit from Terry Pratchet and Neil Gaiman's collaboration.

Why is Good Omens recommended?

If you're a fan of Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl, you're likely to enjoy the TV show Good Omens. Both offer a blend of humor and fantasy with unconventional characters and situations. However, it's important to note that Good Omens is a TV show, not a book, which might differ from your reading preferences. Nonetheless, if you appreciate witty and irreverent storytelling, Good Omens is a recommended watch for its delightful exploration of the apocalypse and its charmingly odd characters.

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Movie like Dungeon Crawler Carl

The Princess Bride

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A storybook love story comes to life as the beautiful maiden Buttercup is heartbroken when she hears that her one true love - a boy named Wesley - has been killed. While coping with the loss, Buttercup falls into the clutches of the awful Prince Humperdinck, to whom she is unwillingly engaged. Her path crosses with a colorful ensemble of characters - a smart-aleck swordsman, a giant with a heart of gold, and a cunning man with a debilitating speech impediment - who try to help her find her true love.

Is The Princess Bride good?

The Princess Bride is an enchanting film that combines romance, adventure, and comedy, keeping you engrossed from start to finish. The sharp script and memorable performances, especially Mandy Patinkin as Inigo Montoya, are a delight. The film dances effortlessly from laugh-out-loud humor to earnest emotion. It is rare to find a movie that appeals to both children and adults, but The Princess Bride does just that.

The unforgettable dialogue is endlessly quotable, and the story is filled with larger-than-life characters that come alive on screen. Whether it's your first viewing or your hundredth, The Princess Bride never fails to entertain and lift spirits.

Why is The Princess Bride recommended?

Readers who enjoy Matt Dinniman's Dungeon Crawler Carl may also appreciate the movie The Princess Bride. While they belong to different genres, both share a whimsical and tongue-in-cheek approach to storytelling. However, it's important to note that The Princess Bride is a classic fairy tale adventure, not a fantasy novel, which might be a departure from reading preferences. Nevertheless, if you're open to a charming and humorous journey filled with unforgettable characters and timeless wit, The Princess Bride is a recommended watch for its delightful blend of romance, humor, and adventure.

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