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Another Isekai Adaptation: “Magic Explorer” Receives an Anime
Are you tired of the constant influx of isekai adaptations? Well, brace yourself for yet another one. A new light novel series called “Magic Explorer” is set to receive an anime adaptation, and let’s say it’s not exactly promising.
It’s becoming quite bizarre how frequently isekai series are being adapted these days. We’ve seen main characters being reincarnated as spiders, pigs, and everything in between. It seems like every possible concept has already been written and adapted into an anime.
However, hold onto your hats because this time we have an isekai anime with a twist. The main character reincarnates into an erotic game. Now, that’s something different! Let’s dive into the limited information we have so far.
The live-streamed “Sneaker Bunko 35th Anniversary Festa!” special recently revealed that Iris and Noboru Kannatsuki’s “Magical Explorer” light novel series will be inspiring an anime.
Kannatsuki even shared a delightful illustration to celebrate the news and express gratitude to the fans for their unwavering support. You can check it out here.
Unfortunately, we don’t have any further details about the anime production. The cast, staff, and release date are yet to be revealed. As Kannatsuki mentioned, we’ll have to patiently wait for more information.
About “Magical Explorer”
About Magical Explorer
Magical Explorer: Reborn as a Side Character in a Fantasy Dating Sim is a Japanese light novel series written by Iris. The series originated on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō website in February 2018. An anime adaptation has been announced.
According to Yen Press, the story is described as follows:
Living in a world of Magical★Explorer, the legendary erotic game, sounds like a dream. The problem is, I reincarnated not as the lady-killer protagonist with his overpowered cheat skills but as his unlucky comic-relief best friend!
Unfortunately, based on what we know so far, “Magic Explorer” seems to be just another lackluster addition to the isekai genre. It doesn’t bring anything innovative or well-executed to the table. Unless you’re specifically seeking a mindless and trashy series, it’s probably not worth your time.