In the eighty-third edition of the magazine Dengeki Daioh G. from the publisher KadokawaThe spin-off manga has been announced to be written and illustrated by Kaede Nogiwa, Mushoku Tensei - 4-Koma ni Nattemo Honki Dasuwill end in the next issue of the magazine in August.

Nogiwa started publishing the manga in Kadokawa's Dengeki Daioh G magazine in October 2018. The publisher published the second compilation volume on March 27. The story revolves around Rudeus' everyday life in childhood and living with his parents while learning Roxy magic with his tutor Roxy.

In addition, this spin-off manga is inspired by the light novels that were written by Rifujin na Magonote and illustrated by SiroTaka, Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu. Rifujin na Magonote started publishing the novels on the website Shousetsuka ni Narou completed in November 2012 and April 2015. Then the publisher Media factory Publication in paper form started in January 2014 with illustrations by SiroTaka. The publisher published the twenty-second volume in July 2019.

The piece inspires an anime adaptation that is to be premiered in 2021 and produced by Studio Bind, Led by Manabu Okamoto.

Synopsis for Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu

A 34-year-old NEET was killed when he saved a stranger in a traffic accident and is incarnated in a new world of magic under the name Rudeus Greyrat, a newborn. With knowledge, experience and regret from a past life, Rudeus vows to live a full life and never repeat his mistakes.

Rudeus is now endowed with tremendous magical power and the mindset of an adult man and is seen by his new parents as a potential genius. Soon he will be trained by powerful warriors like his father, a swordsman and a magician named Roxy Migurdia. Despite his innocent appearance, Rudeus is still a perverted otaku and uses his extensive knowledge to support women he has never enjoyed in his previous life.

Source: ANN

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