Lieselotte, the tsundere villainess, Endo-kun, the play-by-play commentator, and Kobayashi-san, the commentator.
I would like to introduce a comic adaptation of a novel about a different world (Isekai Tensei or Isekai Tani) that has not yet been made into an anime (as of the time of the blog post).
The term "Isekai Tensei" here refers to cases in which the main character died in Japan and was born as a child in another world, or in a body born as a child in which the memories of the time when he/she lived in Japan were revived. There are cases in which a so-called god intervenes and bestows a benefit (cheat), and there are also cases in which the current knowledge itself is a cheat. Therefore, the original status in another world is a characteristic of Isekai Tensei.
"Isekai Teni" refers to cases where a person is transferred from Japan to another world. In this case, there is no otherworldly status, and the name is usually the same as before birth.
Another world transfer" is when a person is transferred from Japan to another world. In this case, there is no otherworldly status, and the name is usually the same as before birth (?). In this case, the person has no otherworldly status, and his/her name is often the same as his/her name before birth (?).
The following is an example.
In fact, it is not a story about a reincarnation into another world, but about a game player named Endo who is not a reincarnation into another world.
It's a slightly eccentric otherworldly story about game players Endo-kun and Kobayashi-san, who get involved with the characters in the game world in the form of a trust.
Anyway, you can read this work while enjoying the tsundere behavior of the main character, Lieselotte (Rizetan).