Tsukasa Kiryu illustrated a Japanese light book series authored by Okina Baba. The plot revolves around a high school student who was reborn as a dungeon spider and her quest to stay alive. The novel has been adapted into manga, and Millepensee’s anime television series began in January 2021. The anime is divided into two plots, one following the spider girl and the other the reincarnated classmates.
A gigantic space-time spell misfired and hit a specific Japanese high school class on Earth, killing everyone in it, in a world where the struggle between Hero and Demon Lord replayed itself again and time again. The pupils, however, were all reborn into that other planet thanks to what appeared to be a miracle. While a few girls were lucky enough to become kings, nobility, and other powerful individuals, one girl was not so fortunate. She is forced to endure severe suffering after being reincarnated as a spider monster of the lowest sort in a dungeon full of nasty monsters.
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On May 27, 2015, Okina Baba began serializing the series as a web book on the user-generated content portal Shsetsuka ni Nar. Fujimi Shobo picked up the series for print and released the first light novel in December 2015, with artwork by Tsukasa Kiryu. On April 15, 2017, Yen Press announced that the series had been licensed during a panel at Sakura-Con.
According to an early glance at the wraparound sleeve band of the fifth volume of the manga translation, the series would receive an anime adaptation on July 6, 2018. Later that day, at Kadokawa’s Anime Expo stand, the report was confirmed, and it was stated that the adaptation will be a television series. It was originally intended to premiere in 2020, however owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was pushed back to January 8, 2021. Millepensee animated the 24-episode series, which was directed by Shin Itagaki. The series’ scripts were overseen by Okina Baba and Yichir Momose, with Kii Tanaka designing the characters and Shji Katayama composing the soundtrack. The producer of the series is Jōtarō Ishigami.
But as of now, the manga would not get a game version of its own. But if the popularity stands tall, we can a game version by 2023.