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No Longer Human in another World, the anime taken from the isekai manga of the same name is coming

by Harry Brown

One of the most famous writers in the history of Japan is undoubtedly Osamu Dazai. The author was active in the 40s of the twentieth century, writing works that have left an indelible mark in Japanese literature such as Il sole si extinguish (Shayo) and The Disqualified (Ningen Shikkaku), translated and published also in Italy.

In particular, The Disqualified it is considered the absolute masterpiece of Dazai, a semi-autobiographical text that is seen today as the manifesto of the Burai-ha, the decadent current of Japanese writing. Two manga adaptations of the same name were taken from the novel, one by Junji Ito published in Italy by Star Comics, and the other by Usamaru Furuya, published in Italy by Panini Planet Manga.

Osamu Dazai committed suicide on 13 June 1948, throwing himself into the Tamagawa basin together with his partner Tomie Yamazaki. The author’s dramatic story inspired the manga duo Hiroshi Noda and Takahiro Wakamatsu to write No Longer Human in another Worldmanga isekai unpublished in Italy where Dazai, after his own suicide, wakes up in an alternative world.

No Longer Human in another World has reached its sixth volume at home, and according to what @AniNewsAndFacts wrote on Twitter, the series will receive an anime adaptation. No other details have been released at the moment, but the product could potentially win public favor and establish itself as a gorgeous anime isekai.

We leave you to the review of The Disqualified by Junji Ito and the 5 isekai souls not to be missed.

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