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Old 2018-05-21, 19:19   Link #1
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Nidome no Jinsei wo Isekai de ([New Life+] Young Again in Another World)



Light novel 'Nidome no Jinsei wo Isekai de' ([New Life+] Young Again in Another World) is getting a TV anime adaptation for this Fall 2018.

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All of a sudden, out of nowhere. "Renya Kunugi, you have passed away!" So said the young girl who styled herself God. Apparently, Renya Kunugi the protagonist had lived long and prospered. His life already came to a peaceful and fulfilling end, but at the request of Her Holiness, he was transported to an alternate world to start a new life as a young man. Thus did Renya, who was definitely your average everyday guy, end up fighting off bandits and vanquishing monsters. Eventually, after his successively blossoming talents coalesce into a force of sheer awesomeness, he will go on to leave his mark upon this alternate world.
(Source: J-Novel Club)

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http://moetron.net/post/174129466015...-fantasy-light

Official site
http://nidomeno-jinsei.com/
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Old 2018-05-21, 19:25   Link #2
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So what's next? All these Isekai novels getting anime.
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Old 2018-05-21, 19:29   Link #3
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promised me Pluto anime has been more than 1 year, I'm still waiting.
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Old 2018-05-21, 19:35   Link #4
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Oh, I kinda like this one.
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Old 2018-05-21, 22:45   Link #5
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I've been reading the manga adaption of the LN, The series is pretty good and the MC is a badass.
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Old 2018-05-21, 23:34   Link #6
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Yeah this one is semi decent with protagonist occasionally needing actually help from others and girls are cure! Well I would still prefer Chiyuu Mahou anime instead.
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Old 2018-05-22, 01:03   Link #7
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This anime will likely have a cutoff point ending.
Currently the LNs span 17 volumes, with Vol 18 due this May 24th, 2018.
https://www.amazon.co.jp/%E4%BA%8C%E.../dp/4798616508

And the WN seems to be still ongoing.

No way even a 2-cour season could go that far.

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Yeah this one is semi decent with protagonist occasionally needing actually help from others and girls are cure! Well I would still prefer Chiyuu Mahou anime instead.
Maybe they're waiting for more Chiyu Mahou volumes to release, so there is more material to cover?
There's only 7 vols so far.

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So what's next? All these Isekai novels getting anime.
Personally I want Realist Hero, Isekai Mahou and Chiyu Mahou.
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Old 2018-05-22, 02:33   Link #8
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Seven volumes should be enough for two course anime if studio wanted, obviously I don't know if there is good ending point, but amount material alone wouldn't be issue.

Anyway I would assume Nidoume didn't have any drama CD that could give out possible cast, did it?
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Old 2018-05-22, 11:39   Link #9
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The premise is fine, but unfortunately many isekai only employs their unique premise on first story arc, stretches it as thinly as possible for the following arcs, and completely lose any flavor afterwards, becoming yet another isekai series. Lets see just how much this can hold up.
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Old 2018-05-22, 13:54   Link #10
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This is another harem series where the MC has no close male friends, right ?

There's another Narou novel where the MC has a very close male friend that helps him a lot in some critical situations. The title of that novel is [ 影の使い手」. In that novel, both the MC and his friend doesn't start with a harem, but another guy, the Yuusha guy, has a harem from the very beginning, with multiple girls interested in him.

If anyone's interested, go check it out, but be prepared to read through walls of text of battle scenes that reads like someone else's RPG gameplay journal, with details of levels, skills and abilities like in a game.
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Old 2018-05-22, 21:20   Link #11
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He has one friend, Az is good bro and got himself cute fiance to boot.
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Old 2018-05-23, 21:16   Link #12
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Seven volumes should be enough for two course anime if studio wanted, obviously I don't know if there is good ending point, but amount material alone wouldn't be issue.
Stupid question, but can popularity rankings on Syosetu affect the decision on whether a published WN title gets an anime, and its episode format?

For example, Nidome is ranked 25th while Chiyu Mahou is ranked 148th, according to this ranking point chart here.
http://yomou.syosetu.com/rank/list/type/total_total/

Most recent WN titles that got full anime cours seem to come from the higher ranks, like Re Zero (6th), Death March (3rd), and Knights and Magic (15th).
(Esp the upcoming Arifureta (2nd) and Slime Tensei (4th).)

The 100th ranked Izakaya Nobu got an anime, but that's only as internet shorts (which seem to be tied to a tourism campaign).
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Old 2018-05-23, 21:22   Link #13
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Wait? This is getting an anime?
Better catch up with the manga.
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Old 2018-05-25, 14:47   Link #14
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This anime will likely have a cutoff point ending.
Currently the LNs span 17 volumes, with Vol 18 due this May 24th, 2018.
https://www.amazon.co.jp/%E4%BA%8C%E.../dp/4798616508

And the WN seems to be still ongoing.

No way even a 2-cour season could go that far.



Maybe they're waiting for more Chiyu Mahou volumes to release, so there is more material to cover?
There's only 7 vols so far.



Personally I want Realist Hero, Isekai Mahou and Chiyu Mahou.
What's the point of continuing to update the WN, once it gets picked up, and becomes an actual LN? I feel like I heard of this happening before, where the WB spans so many more volumes then the LN. Are the WN's in these cases being treated like manga chapters that run in a magazine before being combined into a tankobon, with the LN being the tankobon version?
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Old 2018-05-25, 21:09   Link #15
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What's the point of continuing to update the WN, once it gets picked up, and becomes an actual LN? I feel like I heard of this happening before, where the WB spans so many more volumes then the LN. Are the WN's in these cases being treated like manga chapters that run in a magazine before being combined into a tankobon, with the LN being the tankobon version?
I think it's so WN authors can keep on receiving fan support via the comments section of Narou. IIRC some WN authors talk about how it was thanks to their fans that their works could catch the eye of publishers.

Goblin Slayer's author mentioned in a recent interview that WN format allows authors to receive reader feedback on their novel chapters released in Narou, like encouragement words or even suggestions on writing improvement. (LN publishing denies you this direct feedback source.)

WN chapters are something like magazine manga chapters, but with no professional editing. WNs that get published usually go through editorial review, resulting in smoother writing and plot structuring. Sometimes LN versions give author the chance to revise WN content or put in new LN-only story arcs (like Shield Hero and Death March).

Sometimes publishing companies like Alphapolis have a digest policy, where they forbid the WN author from posting on Narou anymore.
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Old 2018-05-30, 02:45   Link #16
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Read all the scanlated chapters of the manga, much better than I expected.

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Plot:Thus did Renya, who was definitely your average everyday guy
lol.
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Old 2018-05-30, 13:58   Link #17
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I think it's so WN authors can keep on receiving fan support via the comments section of Narou. IIRC some WN authors talk about how it was thanks to their fans that their works could catch the eye of publishers.

Goblin Slayer's author mentioned in a recent interview that WN format allows authors to receive reader feedback on their novel chapters released in Narou, like encouragement words or even suggestions on writing improvement. (LN publishing denies you this direct feedback source.)

WN chapters are something like magazine manga chapters, but with no professional editing. WNs that get published usually go through editorial review, resulting in smoother writing and plot structuring. Sometimes LN versions give author the chance to revise WN content or put in new LN-only story arcs (like Shield Hero and Death March).

Sometimes publishing companies like Alphapolis have a digest policy, where they forbid the WN author from posting on Narou anymore.
Thanks for the insight! So, my assumption was partially correct. I hadn't thought about being able to still receive feedback and fan support though.
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Old 2018-05-31, 06:04   Link #18
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So what's next? All these Isekai novels getting anime.
I hope Isekai Mahou wa Okureteru gets an adaptation.
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Old 2018-06-01, 20:14   Link #19
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the series began to generate controversies, say that can be canceled: https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/int...oversy/.132291
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Old 2018-06-01, 21:08   Link #20
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Lol, oh well. Maybe this can give a pause to Isekai series XXX
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