And it’s partly delivered to you from the crew at Webzen, who developed cell titles together with MU Origin and Shot On-line Golf.
The webtoon boasts greater than 51m views in China (the place it’s revealed on Tencent Dongman) and Korea (the place you may learn it on KakaoPage).
Set in a fantasy kingdom loosely primarily based on Webzen’s MU universe it tells the story of Niro, a half-elf, half-human boy adopted by slaves.
Niro’s scenario is fairly bleak. Not solely has he been born right into a world whose peace was shattered by the Shadow Lord Sekneum, however his adoptive mother and father find yourself dying of mistreatment, leaving poor Niro to fend for himself and his two youthful siblings.
Thankfully, Niro has a task mannequin in Emperor Muren, who was additionally as soon as a slave, however rose up by the ranks after graduating from Excanum Academy.
Niro enrols, solely to crash into one other insurmountable impediment. It seems that being the orphaned, adopted baby of slaves isn’t a recipe for reputation within the cutthroat Excanum social scene.
Like many Asian manga sequence, Slave B is about probably the most brutal surroundings of all: highschool.
Slave B spans an enormous variety of chapters, stuffed with twists and turns. Like several good teen drama, it accommodates heartbreaking episodes of adolescent humiliation and fist-pumping moments of underdog triumph.
The primary 20 episodes of Slave B will go dwell on Delitoon this Sunday, the 25th of October, with the primary 4 of these being complimentary. After that, new episodes will likely be revealed each Sunday.
You will discover Webzen’s site here to study extra about its cell initiatives – and Delitoon to check out more about its exciting new offshoot project Slave B.