Show-ha Shoten! Manga Author's Novel Inspires MangaThe June topic of Kadokawa‘s Young Ace journal revealed on Wednesday that novelist Akinari Asakura‘s Rokunin no Usotsuki na Daigakusei (Six Lying College Students) novel is inspiring a manga adaptation by Keiga Ōsawa titled Rokunin no Usotsuki no Daigakusei: Plus One throughout the journal’s subsequent topic in June. The manga might have a similar premise to the novel, nevertheless might have “original developments.” Iqura Sugimoto is credited for the character designs.

The novels center on six school school college students who apply to a prestigious IT agency that is hiring prospects straight out of graduation. The agency tells the six school college students to get collectively and discuss their potential work. While they assume they’ll all get into the company collectively, the students are suggested in the middle of the strategy that they’ve to find out amongst themselves on which thought-about one in every of them will get the job, which turns all of them into rivals. To add to their paranoia, each all get hold of an envelope that claims one particular person throughout the group is a murderer.

The novel debuted in March 2021.

Asakura is the creator of the Show-ha Shoten! manga, which Death Note and Platinum End artist Takeshi Obata attracts. The pair launched the manga in Shueisha‘s Jump SQ. journal in October 2021, and Shueisha printed the manga’s second compiled information amount on May 2. The manga is obtainable in English by the use of every Viz Media and Shueisha‘s MANGA Plus service.

Source: Young Ace June topic