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Video game publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment's &CAST!!! smartphone application announced on Friday that Takahito Oosaki and Ikurou's fantasy web manga Haishin Yuusha (The Brave-Tuber) will receive a short anime adaptation. The series will be streamed on the &CAST!! and Production I.G's Anime Beans applications.

Synopsis
For the most part, Wisdaregidor is your typical fantasy world: monsters wreaking havoc, taverns packed with gung-ho adventurers, and a demon overlord looking to rule it all. But Wisdaregidor has one thing you'll never find in Middle-earth: the Internet! Zane and Kuku are two adventurers trying to build a fanbase. The pair will do whatever it takes to get more subscribers for their streamed videos, even if it means taking on the demon lord himself! (Source: Seven Seas Entertainment)

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Director: Kazuya Fujishiro (Mahou Shoujo Tokushusen Asuka episode director)
Sound Director: Shuuhei Abe (Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino sound production)
Sound Production: Saber Links
Studio: Acca Effe, Giga Production
Production Cooperation: Production I.G, Anime Beans
Production, Planning: Bandai Namco Entertainment, Nippon Cultural Broadcasting

20 of the cast members are performers from &CAST!!!'s "Hour Love Yell!" program. A public audition will be held for the roles of the main characters Zane and Kuku.

Oozaki and Ikurou launched the manga on MAGCOMI's Comic Garden website in February 2018 and ended it on March 20. MAGCOMI printed the manga under its Blades Comic imprint and published the second and final volume on May 10.

Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the manga in English earlier this January and plans to ship the first volume on September 10.

Source: Comic Natalie
 
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It's a joke right?

it sounds the stupidest thing I've read, but at least it will only be a short anime.
 
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I think it could be fun to see... atleast it's not generic isekai. UwU
 
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I think it's a great idea. It's kind of been done with Smartphone... but this brings a whole concept to the isekai at large. Whether it's good is a whole other thing.
 
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Bad WN adaptations? Just when bad LN adaptations were the worst things coming out of the anime industry in recent years?

For ever bad LN released, there are at least 15 bad WNs (most of them being Isekai).


 
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This sounds so silly I don't even know what to say but I'd watch it lol

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Can the anime industry just not bail out random WNs, LNs, mangas out of the blue and maybe adapt those that are more wanted?
 
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Hoppy said:
Bad WN adaptations? Just when bad LN adaptations were the worst things coming out of the anime industry in recent years?

For ever bad LN released, there are at least 15 bad WNs (most of them being Isekai).


What are you talking about? lmao It's a WEB MANGA. Web manga are manga published by publishers on apps/websites as their platforms. No company will adapt WN, never, because those are amateur products. If anything, they'll adapt the Light Novel of those Web novels if they were acquired. lol

HunLepto said:
Can the anime industry just not bail out random WNs, LNs, mangas out of the blue and maybe adapt those that are more wanted?


The industry never adapted web novels and never will. Only official products will be, which in Light Novel, it can be one that BEGAN as web novel before being acquired but never a web novel per se before being edited by an editor and rewrote, along having illustrations for the light novel format from a publisher.

Much like "the anime industry" only wll adapt works that are interesting to them in the question of promotion for the publisher and involved companies.
 
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caio_brb said:
Hoppy said:
Bad WN adaptations? Just when bad LN adaptations were the worst things coming out of the anime industry in recent years?

For ever bad LN released, there are at least 15 bad WNs (most of them being Isekai).


What are you talking about? lmao It's a WEB MANGA. Web manga are manga published by publishers on apps/websites as their platforms. No company will adapt WN, never, because those are amateur products. If anything, they'll adapt the Light Novel of those Web novels if they were acquired. lol

HunLepto said:
Can the anime industry just not bail out random WNs, LNs, mangas out of the blue and maybe adapt those that are more wanted?


The industry never adapted web novels and never will. Only official products will be, which in Light Novel, it can be one that BEGAN as web novel before being acquired but never a web novel per se before being edited by an editor and rewrote, along having illustrations for the light novel format from a publisher.

Much like "the anime industry" only wll adapt works that are interesting to them in the question of promotion for the publisher and involved companies.


I'm not so sure about that, I can see studios starting to adapt a few WNs once the LNs and the revenue coming from adapting them runs dry. It won't be today nor tomorrow but it will eventually happen.


 
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Hoppy said:
caio_brb said:


What are you talking about? lmao It's a WEB MANGA. Web manga are manga published by publishers on apps/websites as their platforms. No company will adapt WN, never, because those are amateur products. If anything, they'll adapt the Light Novel of those Web novels if they were acquired. lol



The industry never adapted web novels and never will. Only official products will be, which in Light Novel, it can be one that BEGAN as web novel before being acquired but never a web novel per se before being edited by an editor and rewrote, along having illustrations for the light novel format from a publisher.

Much like "the anime industry" only wll adapt works that are interesting to them in the question of promotion for the publisher and involved companies.


I'm not so sure about that, I can see studios starting to adapt a few WNs once the LNs and the revenue coming from adapting them runs dry. It won't be today nor tomorrow but it will eventually happen.


Studios don't decide what is adapted but the companies on the committee which aren't them. No company will work with a web novel which can't be monetized, which is why light novels are adapted instead as they're officially sold.
 
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Hoppy said:
caio_brb said:


The industry never adapted web novels and never will. Only official products will be, which in Light Novel, it can be one that BEGAN as web novel before being acquired but never a web novel per se before being edited by an editor and rewrote, along having illustrations for the light novel format from a publisher.

Much like "the anime industry" only wll adapt works that are interesting to them in the question of promotion for the publisher and involved companies.


I'm not so sure about that, I can see studios starting to adapt a few WNs once the LNs and the revenue coming from adapting them runs dry. It won't be today nor tomorrow but it will eventually happen.

No they won't. What is popular becomes an officially published LN and then might be considered for an anime adaptation; and what doesn't has no chance in hell of getting adapted if it either plain lacks popularity or has some other objections to even warrant a publication in LN form.
 
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