Kakegurui Creator Launching New Manga in June 2021

Homura Kawamoto, the author of Kakegurui: Compulsive Gambler, will be writing a new manga named Isekai Tenseisha Koroshi – Cheat Slayer, according to Kadokawa's Monthly Dragon Age. The upcoming manga series by Kawamoto is a revenge tale with hate and desire as themes.

Story :A subversion of the isekai genre, the series will follow a character who kills people who have reincarnated from another dimension. In addition, Kawamoto will work with Aki Yamaguchi, who will provide artwork for the upcoming project.

The Writer and Artist Behind Kakegurui and Die Dol-

Homura Kawamoto is the author of Rengoku Deadroll and Kakegurui: Compulsive Gambler, his most well-known book. Yumeko Jabami, a female student at the Hyakkaou Private Academy, is the subject of the latter's ongoing manga. Yumeko's gambling addiction puts the academy's gambling hierarchy in jeopardy.

Classic manga has also spawned a slew of adaptations, ranging from Studio MAPPA's anime adaptation to theatrical films and dramas. The Kakegurui anime was released in 2017, and it was well received by fans; as of February 2021, Kakegurui has 14 tankbon volumes and has sold over five million printed copies. Furthermore, the series' theatrical film will be followed by a sequel, which will be released on May 12, 2021.

Aki Yamaguchi is a relatively new mangaka who is responsible for the manga Die Dol's artwork. Yamaguchi's upcoming collaboration with Kawamoto can also benefit from the mangaka's emphasis on romance and drama.

What you can expect from Manga?

Since Isekai Tenseisha Koroshi – Cheat Slayer appears to be a subversion of the genre, it's unclear what Isekai Tenseisha Koroshi – Cheat Slayer might become. However, since the Kakegurui manga is common due to the writer's focus on the characters' personalities, the new series which share those traits.

Yamaguchi's art style is clean, with an emphasis on drawing emotions, as shown by the promotional key art for the series. Furthermore, when coupled with Kawamoto's prose, the series might be a manga that readers could consider reading.

Sources: Official Twitter, Monthly Dragon Age website, Anime corner


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