It's almost refreshing to watch a yaoi series, since there's not a single female in sight -- there are enough series where this is the exact reverse. But the characters are kinda bland and these stories never go anywhere anyway.
Jikan no Shishaisha: There's a rumour that if you make a wish at the clock tower in the old graveyard, you can wish for time to be reversed. This is very attractive for Koyuki, who lost her older brother a few years ago. But she is stopped by Victor and Kiri, a pair of Mysterious Men who battle the time demons. Where Kiri is serious, Victor is playful -- he has his reasons for making the most out of every day...
So, this is probably supposed to be adventurous and action-packed and mysterious, but I was completely uninterested. Bland designs, bland characters, bland story -- we've seen this all before. Snoozefest.
Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni: Touya gets accidentally killed by a lightning bolt. As an apology, God will allow him to take his smartphone to the fantasy world where he will be reborn (or actually, transported as-is). He also ups Touya's stats quite a bit, giving him quite the edge. He makes some new friends (two girls, obviously) and they form a party to earn some cash. They can also teach him about magic.
Even though it quickly becomes apparent that Touya is a hypercompetent in this world, he approaches the situation sensibly and with humility. It's not slapstick like Konosuba. With some careful plotting, it might retain its freshness.