Dungeon People, a fantasy manga series by Sui Futami, is getting an anime adaptation, as announced alongside the release of the manga’s fourth volume. You can check out the volume’s below:
The Dungeon People (Danjon no Naka no Hito) manga is Sui Futami’s latest manga, which began serialization on June 2020 at Futabasha’s Web Comic Action. Some of Futami’s other mangas include Sora no Shita Yane no Naka (2008), Sekai Maou (2010), Suki mo Yoi (2012), and Yotsukoto (2016). Their most popular manga is I’ve Had Enough of Being a Magical Girl (Mahou Shoujo nante Mou Ii desukara), which sprang an anime series with two seasons, the first airing from January to March 2016 and the second airing from October to December 2016.
Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed the Dungeon People manga in English, describing it as follows:
Searching for her lost father in a fantasy dungeon, master thief Clay meets the dungeon’s caretaker to learn its secrets in this intriguing new manga.
An unexplored dungeon, filled with monsters and traps. An expert thief, searching for her lost father. When Clay delves into the dungeon deeper than any adventurer has ever gone, she is offered a job by the dungeon’s caretaker! Now, instead of exploring, Clay must learn how to interview new monsters, set traps and position slimes around the dungeon. Will this new career path bring her any closer to finding her father?
Sui Futami has also released a commemorative illustration for the Dungeon People anime adaptation:
Source: Web Comic Action Official Twitter
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