Illustration by fame
Time to get your grub on as the dark fantasy light novel series Berserk of Gluttony, written by Isshiki Ichika and illustrated by fame, will be getting a TV anime series. The illustrator of the light novel, as well as the artist of the manga series Daisuke Takino, both drew celebratory illustrations to commemorate the announcement, which can be seen both below and above.
Illustration by Daisuke Takino
Berserk of Gluttony began its life on the Shosetsuka ni Naro website, with a manga adaptation being published on October 2, 2018, by Micro Magazine in Japan, and then the first collected volume of the written works being published as a light novel from the GC novels imprint. Seven Seas releases both the light novel and manga into English, describing the series as such:
Fate Graphite is one of the forsaken. Cursed with the skill “Gluttony,” he is ever starving, never sated…until the day he kills a dying thief and devours the man’s strength—and his soul. The true hunger of Fate’s Gluttony has awakened, and if he can learn to control his power, he will at last be the master of his own destiny.
No details on when the TV anime for Berserk of Gluttony will be released, nor its staff and cast, have been revealed as of yet.
Source: Comic Natalie
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