Cheat Slayer makes a mistake describing other villains as similar to other manga characters
The editors of Kadokawa Publishing, Monthly Dragon Age magazine announced Monday that the manga by writers Homura Kawamoto (Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler) and Aki Yamaguchi is Isekai Tenseisha Goroshi -Cheat Slayer- (“Killing the People Reincarnated”) into the Other World -Cheat Slayer”) was canceled after one chapter.
The magazine’s readers pointed out similarities between the manga’s villains and specific characters in other works. In response, the editorial department re-examined the manga and determined that there were problems drawing characters that resembled the villains, and could therefore be seen as intentionally smearing specific works. . The editors apologized to the creators of such works and others involved, and stated that they would be more attentive to prevent similar problems in the future.
The story depicts a protagonist giving judgment to people who reincarnated into another world and indulged in cheating skills. The film is about a villager named Lute, who respects and wants to join the “Rebels Against God”, which consists of people who are reincarnated into the world and fight against the army of the Demon Lord. The story begins when one of Lute’s admirers, Louis Crawford, appears.
Guild members have notable physical similarities to characters from the popular isekai manga and anime series, such as That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime as Rimuru, Sword Art Online as Kirito, Overlord is Ainz, KONOSUBA is Aqua, and My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! by Catherine.
The manga premieres on June 9 in Monthly Dragon Age .
The anime announced in May as a revenge story “covered with hatred and lust”, centered around a killer who kills everyone who reincarnates from another world.
Kawamoto and Touru Naomura collaborated to create the Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler manga that premiered at Square Enix , in Gangan Joker magazine in March 2014. Yen Press released the manga in English. The manga inspired a television anime series that ran from July to September 2017 in Japan. The anime premiered outside of Japan on Netflix in May 2018. The anime’s second season began in January 2019, and Netflix began releasing it in June 2019. The manga adapted up to 10 live show-action episodes. premiered in Japan in January 2018.Netflix is streaming the series outside of Japan. A second season premiered in March 2019, followed by a live-action film in May 2019. A live-action film sequel is scheduled to open on 12 months following delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. 19, but delayed again to June 1 due to COVID-19 and the extended state of emergency in Japan.