Among Tenichi’s works is the Japanese light novel series The Most Heretical Last Boss Queen: From Villainess to Savior (, Hepburn: Higeki no Genky to Naru Saiky Ged Last Boss Jo was Min no tame ni Tsukushimasu). The series debuted in April 2018 on the website Shsetsuka ni Naru, and in June 2019 Ichijinsha began printing collected volumes of the series, with drawings by Suzunosuke. In March 2020, Matsuura’s manga translation, Zero-Sum Online, began serialization on the internet. In July of 2023, OLM plans to premiere a television anime adaptation based on the manga.
This Friday, Ichijinsha revealed that their television anime adaptation of Tenichi and Suzunosuke’s The Most Heretical Last Boss Queen: From Villainess to Savior (Higeki no Genky to Naru Saiky Ged Last Boss Jo was Min no tame ni Tsukushimasu.) light novel series will air in July 2023. You may watch the anime’s teaser trailer right now on MBS.
In charge of the animation at OLM Team Yoshioka is Norio Nitta (Kami-sama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama). Composing the series is Deko Akao (Pokémon: Journeys, Noragami). The character designs are being done by Hitomi Kno. The soundtrack is composed by Hanae Nakamura, Tatsuhiko Saiki, Kanade Sakuma, and Junko Nakajima.
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Both the light novels and manga adaptation are being released in English by Seven Seas Entertainment, and the company provides a plot summary:
Pride At the tender age of eight, Royal Ivy learns that she is the reincarnation of the evil queen and the ultimate boss of an otome game. In her new existence, she has the wit of a razor, the authority of a boss, and the ear of the monarch as the crown princess. She was dead set on sowing gloom and destruction throughout the area, so she… Whoa, that’s a dreadful future! Princess Pride abandons her intention to become a psychotic villain and instead vows to save the male love interests, resorting to cheating if necessary to save as many people as possible. Is it possible that this ultimate antagonist will win the heart of her kingdom?
Tenichi first began serializing the original narrative on the Shsetsuka ni Naru website in April 2018, and it is currently being updated regularly. In June 2019, Ichijinsha published the first volume of the story, illustrated by Suzunosuke. On April 4, the publisher issued volume five. On May.31, Seven Seas released volume two.
The Zero-Sum Online online adaptation of the novels by Matsuura’s manga team debuted in March 2020, and on January 31, 2021, Ichijinsha released the third volume. Seven Seas released book two on June 21.
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