Slice of Links
Estava dando uma fuçada na página de slice of life do amado Tvtropes, a procura de novos títulos, e me deparei com uma grande, e algumas vezes hilária, classificação de títulos, pensei em compartilha, com algumas alterações nos links para levar para a página do MangaUpdates. Para os links originais, só clicar no Tvtropes acima.
3-gatsu no Lion: Slice of Life as a teenage professional shogi player.
Beck: Slice of high school (on the first part of the manga, and almost all of the anime) and rock band life (which makes up most of the manga from the halfway part, and became an Aborted Arc from the anime).
The Borrower Arrietty: Slice of life about a tiny daughter as she befriends a human and fight for her family’s safety.
Bunny Drop: Slice of parental life
Chibi Maruko Chan: The everyday life of a 9-year old girl, her family and her classmates in pre-Internet era Japan.
Chibisan Date: A slice of peaceful life on an island.
Daily Lives of High School Boys: Slice of all-boys’ high schooler life.
Dennou Coil: Slice of tech-savvy, junior high-schooler life.
Digimon Tamers: This is a reason why this was a unusual series; Consider that this is a Mon series, meant for kids, without “slapstick comedy” due to being as realistic as possible. Digimon Adventure also had bits of this, but mainly when it was directly affected.
Fruits Basket is the rare example of a show with supernatural elements that fits this trope.
Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu: Slice of high school life.
Gakuen Babysitters: Slice of daycare life.
Gokinjo Monogatari: Slice of eccentric art school life.
Haibane Renmei: Slice of after-life (according to the most common interpretation of the series).
Hidamari Sketch: Slice of art school life, high school edition.
Hitohira: Slice of high school drama club life.
Honey and Clover: Slice of art school life, college edition.
Hyouka: Slice of mystery-solving, high school life. Notably, the protagonist prefers his slice of life to be a little more bland than other people’s. Part of his Character Development is him realizing that having an interesting life isn’t so bad.
THE iDOLM@STER – Slice of life with an Idol twist.
Ikoku Meiro no Croisée: Slice of Parisian life.
Itoshi No Kana: Slice of life and life after death.
Kamichu!: Slice of divine life. Shinto-flavored, of course.
Kiki’s Delivery Service compresses this trope into a movie, and quite successfully so.
Kimi to Boku: A slice of boys’ life, about a group of boys who’ve known one another since kindergarten living out their high school days in relative peace (and hijinks).
Kokoro Library: Slice of library-managing life.
K-On!: Slice of all-girl high-school rock band life.
Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service: Slice of dead people’s lives and of the people who talk to them.
Lamune: Slice of seaside summer life.
Love Is In The Bag: Slice of high school life involving a girl who turns into a bag.
Mahoraba: A slice of cute, romantic life.
Mahou Tsukai Ni Taisetsu Na Koto: Slice of magical life.
Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto ~Natsu no Sora~: Slice of magical life, but with more drama still.
Maison Ikkoku: Slice of several years of life in a boarding house.
Minami-ke: Slice of three sisters’ lives in an apartment.
Mokke: Slice of ghost-haunted life.
Moyashimon: Slice of college life with a guy who can see microbes.
Need a Girl!: About four young men in their last year on High School, each trying to score a girlfriend.
Nichijou: Slice of ordinary life. Except it’s anything but ordinary.
My Neighbor Totoro: Two girls move to a new place as they deal with the reality of their mother’s sickness
Nodame Cantabile: Slice of music school life.
Only Yesterday: Slice of nostalgic life.
Pani Poni Dash!: A slice of life depicting a class of high schoolers, but taken to ridiculous extremes and exaggerations.
Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai!: A 19-years-old college freshman finds himself as the legal guardian of his three nieces.
Paradise Kiss: Slice of average teenager life meets slice of oddball fashion design student life.
Patlabor: Slice of Humongous Mecha pilot life.
Plica: Slice of Japanese lesbian life.
Ranma ½: Basically there are no real plot arcs or main antagonists present in the series, since it revolves around Ranma’s life of of attending high school and training at the Tendo Dojo, fighting different rivals, dealing with different love interests, and having to put up with Akane Tendo, along with the various misunderstandings that provoke her rage.
Sazae-san: Slice of life of a typical Japanese housewife at home with her parents, her very young siblings, her husband, and her child.
School Rumble: Slice of romantic (often surreal) high school life.
Silver Spoon: Slice of life in an agricultural school.
Season 2 has a ‘slice of Groundhog Day life’, or rather, eight of the same slice.
Tamayura: slice of photographing life.
Tsuribaka Nisshi: Slice of life fishing manga.
Wife and Wife: The life of a young lesbian couple who have just moved in together.
Windy Tales: Slice of wind manipulation life.
With The Light: Slice of life raising an autistic child.
Obviamente essa lista só cobre uma pequena parte do grande mundo dos Slice of Life, mas já tem muito por onde começar com ela.