Released on year:2018
Nobody can match the power of the Demon King Diablo in the fantasy MMORPG Cross Reverie. He overpowers all foolish enough to confront him, possessing the game's rarest artifacts and an unrivaled player level. Diablo's true identity, despite his terrifying reputation, is Takuma Sakamoto, a reclusive gamer with no social skills. Takuma is only concerned with his virtual life as he defeats hopeless challengers day after day—until a summoning spell transports him to another world where he assumes Diablo's appearance!
Takuma is greeted by the two girls who summoned him, Rem Galeu, a petite Pantherian adventurer, and Shera L. Greenwood, a busty Elf summoner, in this new world that looks like his favorite game. In an attempt to subjugate him, they perform an Enslavement Ritual, but the spell backfires, making them his slaves instead. Takuma decides to accompany the girls in their search for a way to break their contract while learning to adapt to his new life as the menacing Demon King, as the situation becomes more awkward than ever.
Fujiko F. Fujio's 21 Emon (Japanese: 21; Hepburn: Nijichi Emon) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio that was published in the Shogakukan magazine Weekly Shnen Sunday from 1968 to 1969. The manga was adapted into a TV anime series by the animation studio Shin-Ei Animation in 1991, set in the same universe as Doraemon and only one year prior to that work. Two animated films based on the manga were produced: 21 Emon: Uch e Irasshai! and 21 Emon: Uch Ike! Hadashi no Princess. 21 Emon: The 21st Century Kid is the official English name. The manga, set in the year 2018, follows 18-year-old 21 Emon, the heir to a long dynasty of hotel owners with a lineage dating back to the Tokugawa shogunate. Unlike the manga, the anime is set between the years 2051 and 2071. In the 2005 Doraemon series, the robot character Gonsuke would make a number of cameo appearances.