The Isekai Shikkaku (No Longer Allowed In Another World) manga series is getting an anime adaptation. The news was revealed in the latest issue of the Yawaraka Spirits magazine. The manga is written by Hiroshi Noda (known for Love After World Domination) and illustrated by Takahiro Wakamatsu, who drew a commemorative illustration of the announcement:
The Isekai Shikkaku, which is also known as No Longer Human…In Another World, manga began serialization on Yawaraka Spirits’ site on October 2, 2019. The first volume was published on April 10, 2020. As of this writing, six volumes have been released. Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed the manga in English as No Longer Allowed In Another World and the release date is set for December 27. The plot is described as:
An adventure in another world with cute girls by your side and video game-like powers–sounds like an anime fan’s dream, right? Not so for melancholic author Osamu Dazai, who would quite literally prefer to drop dead. Video games haven’t even been invented yet when he gets yanked into another world in 1948. Really, all the fantastical adventure he keeps running into is just getting in the way of his poetic dream of finding the perfect place to die. But no matter how much he risks his hide, everything seems to keep turning out okay. Follow a miserable hero like no other in this cheerfully bleak isekai comedy!
Source: Comic Natalie
© Hiroshi Noda and Takahiro Wakamatsu/Shogakukan Inc.