Kinji, who lacks any kind of work ethic, is a layabout in his modern life. One day, he finds himself transported to another world—but not in a grand fantasy of a hero welcomed with open arms. He’s immediately shoved into a terrible job! Now enslaved by an evil mining company in a fantasy world, Kinji’s about to really learn the meaning of hard work!
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The Dungeon of Black Company (迷宮ブラックカンパニー, Meikyū Burakku Kanpanī) is a Japanese manga series by Yōhei Yasumura. It has been serialized on Mag Garden‘s Mag Comi website since December 2016 and has been collected in five tankōbon volumes. The manga is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. Since then, it was announced that the manga would enter its climax on June 5, 2020, but without end. An anime television series adaptation by Silver Link premiered on July 9, 2021.
An anime television series adaptation produced by Silver Link was announced, and premiered on July 9, 2021, on Tokyo MX, TV Aichi, ABC, AT-X, and BS-NTV. The series is directed by Mirai Minato, with scripts overseen by Deko Akao, and characters designed by Yuki Sawairi. Taku Inoue is composing the series’ music. The opening theme song “Shimi” (Stain) is performed by Howl Be Quiet, while the ending theme song “World is Mine” is performed by Humbreaders. Funimation licensed the series.
The Dungeon of Black Company Synopsis:
Kinji Ninomiya is a NEET who has amassed enough money through real-estate investment to fund a penthouse lifestyle without ever having to work. This changes when a portal suddenly transports him to a fantasy world where he quickly ends up enslaved to a mining company extracting crystals from a dungeon. Desperate for a way out of this new poverty, Kinji tries to regain financial stability by any means necessary, gathering himself an unusual adventuring party – the titular black company – in the process.
The Dungeon of Black Company Introduction:
Kinji had it made – a swank apartment, a real estate empire, and enough cash to lounge around living the good life. After a freak magical accident, he washes up in another world, all but enslaved to a crooked corporation. In a fantastical land where money is everything, there’s only one way for an Earthling to get ahead: make your fortune, by any means necessary! Dragons, goblins, and the occasional dubious potion won’t stop Kinji’s quest for the world’s biggest bank account. The Black Company is open for business.
Kinji awakens and meets Ranga, the cross-dressing male priestess who summoned him, and Zazel, the fanatical leader of an underground human village living in a city created thousands of years ago by the advanced Calonian civilization. Zazel reveals 300 years previously an evil corporation took over the world and threatens Kinji into defeating them.
Kinji realizes he is actually in Amuria 300 years in the future and the evil corporation is Raiza’ha. Arriving at a castle Kinji learns it belongs to Demon Lord Belza’s deputy, General Ant, whom Kinji realizes is actually his friend Ant A, who has evolved into a powerful monster and is overjoyed to see Kinji.
It is revealed that, far from exploiting humans, General Ant treats them fairly, asking only that they work 40 hours a week while providing holidays and health insurance, the problem is humans of the future are unreasonably lazy and believe 40 hours is too much work. Belza has not run the corporation in years and General Ant doesn’t know what to do.
Deciding to help Kinji take over as General Ninomiya, punishes lazy workers and rewards hard workers, making the company profitable again, and also takes over the underground city, replacing Zazel as a leader and forcing the citizens to return to work.
The Demon Lord is the resurrected Majin, Rim’s twin sister. She explains the Calonian civilization created dungeons and Guardians like Rim to manage the flow of magic throughout the planet, but when Rim met Kinji and abandoned her dungeon Raiza’ha was able to mine all the way to the bottom and use the advanced technology of the Calonian city beneath it to take over the world.
Majin temporarily defeated Raiza’ha and became Demon Lord, but Raiza’ha has returned, having turned their corporate slaves into robots to defeat Majin and turn the planet into a dystopia empty of biological life. Thus she offers Kinji a choice; return to Japan or go back in time and stop Raiza’ha in the past.
Kinji chooses to go back in time where as a Raiza’ha employee Belza fines him 10 million gold for going missing for a month, forcing him, Rim, Ranga, and Wanibe to move into Shia’s flat where Kinji explains his plan, to get to the bottom of the dungeon and reach the Calonian city before Belza so he can capture their technology and take over the world first instead of Belza.
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Opening Theme of The Dungeon of Black Company:
- “Shimi (染み)” by HOWL BE QUIET
Ending Theme of The Dungeon of Black Company:
- “World is Mine (ワールドイズマイン)” by Humbreaders (ハンブレッダーズ)
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The Dungeon of Black Company Characters:
Main Characters of The Dungeon of Black Company:
Kinji Ninomiya (二ノ宮 キンジ)
Kinji Ninomiya is a young man overflowing with extreme overconfidence. Right when he thought he was set to live a cushy NEET lifestyle, he was swept off to another world.
Rim is a ferocious dragon that often takes the appearance of a little girl. In the exchange for a promise for tasty food, she helps Kinji out. She has a voracious appetite. Rim only cares about food and nothing else. She is always hungry and ready to devour everything.
Side Characters of The Dungeon of Black Company:
Meikyuu Ari A (迷宮アリA)
Veruza Shubach (ベルザ・シューバッハ)
Goblin Joushi (ゴブリン上司)
Watch a video about a RIm Hilarious Moment in The Dungeon of Black Company: Rim only cares about food and nothing else. She is always hungry and ready to devour everything.
Interesting Facts about The Dungeon of Black Company:
- Kinji seems to have been transported as a cosmic act of karma.
- Rim only cares about food and nothing else. She is always hungry and ready to devour everything.
- Ranga loves being mistaken or acting like a girl, and is proud of his cuteness and curves, but doesn’t mind if people know he is a boy. When he meets Kinji, he decides to make him fall for him.
- Belza only cares for herself and rising in the company. For that, she is willing to exploit or even sacrifice any of her employees as long as it gets her results. Her name is base on Beelzebub.
- Shia loves the attention she gets from being called a hero and always blushes.
Reviews of The Dungeon of Black Company:
1. Review of The Dungeon of Black Company:
The basic plot is the mc is transported into another with no power no special skills no game screen and all.
The rest of the cast is also great the lizard guy looks a lot like mc from dorohedoro.
The animation style feels somewhat unique, the voice actors and the soundtracks are also done decently.
I think a lot of people still are still sleeping on this.
Watch the first episode it only gets better from there
This is hands down – one of the best isekai of this season for me – The Dungeon of Black Company, the other one is moonlit fantasy, and by my reviews, you can tell I watched each one of them.
The Dungeon of Black Company, a very subpar manga that I had heard about a year ago. When the anime was announced I had little to no exceptions but since slime came out this season, I joined that bandwagon, the point is This is the hidden gem this season without a doubt.
Though it had an interesting setting, The manga had failed to bring life to the characters so I was worried that the anime would just be similar or a bit better.
I underestimated the power of VAs
The VA s in this anime has done the most perfect job, a lizardman who is big and strong but lacks the confidence or the spine to even hurt a fly, A cocky MC who finds ways to make a quick buck and is lazy but isn’t afraid to hustle to a successful future, A loli monster I repeat .. lol…small … monster. The examples are endless, the sound and feel exactly as they should.
It’s perfect for an otherwise average story, the plot isn’t very weak but for the karoshi(worked to death) ridden japan it is a very serious topic and the MC is the example of work smart, not hard And there’s a lot one can learn from that. This is a comedy anime before an isekai and it does its job well that’s all you need to know. As for the stats so far
Art and animation: 8/10
Original monsters and great-looking characters who don’t seem to be a carbon copy, the setting is an urbanized isekai with demons and beastfolk and it looks perfect (A hardhat goblin really is some level of social commentary now, eh? xD) .
Plot and characters: 8/10
Very original story No kirito clone nice guy with a harem, A strong practical and optimistic protagonist who isn’t afraid to push to the limits to get what he wants and that is very likable, The lizard dude may sound odd at first but later on, You realize it fits his personality perfectly.
VA And sound (op, ED): 10/10
LOW BUDGET But heaven whoever did the hiring of VAs needs a raise, this person has done a fantastic job of gathering the best suited (even if not famous )
VAs for the anime, The ED is my favorite Ed of the season and I love the animation in it too.
Isekai fan or not everyone needs to give this anime The Dungeon of Black Company a try whether get reinspired and stop being a Work animal and learn to think and fend for themselves once more or just for fun ride.
Alright, I’m gonna keep this short but to whoever that read this, don’t trust the mediocre score cause this show The Dungeon of Black Company is good AF.
Let’s start with the character, The MC, he’s a NEET but not a lowly NEET like all previous isekai, he’s a rich and cool NEET that already achieve everything that he needs in life, but when he’s on top suddenly somehow he’s getting sucked by a black portal that sends him to a place where he is nothing but a corporate slave without no cheat, no extra power and the only thing he brought from his previous life is his economic knowledge.
Now if that’s wasn’t interesting, then I don’t know what. The art is superb and the animation is on point. Any character besides the MC is quite decent, especially the lizard guy and Rimu since she’s cute. The OP is lit, I would definitely never skip it.
Overall I’m really enjoying The Dungeon of Black Company so far, hope my enjoyment can last till the last episode.
Some say you wouldn’t want to be Isekai’d into Re: zero. Well, you wouldn’t want to be Isekai’d into this universe either. Sure, for fewer dangers, but still dangers non the less. Its part of this shows charm, and it really puts an interesting twist on the Isekai trope. Imagine instead of being the hero, or just getting a better life, you’re instead sucked from your set for life riches, to basically start it all over again from scratch. This is The Dungeon of Black Company.
Story and characters.
Both of these fit together, as it’s part of the character’s personality that really pushes it. Even if most of them seem this corporate scumbag look down upon most ruthless persona, while some others are actually tamer, or at least just want out of this hell hole. A wide mix of characters really set the tone of the story, and how hard life can be on you.
Imagine a fantasy dungeon, filled with monsters, rare items, gems, the works. Now imagine you’re forced to work there, nonstop, for so many hours like a dead-end job. It’s what the term The Dungeon of Black Company is all about after all. A ruthless working environment. But long as the company makes money and profit, then that’s all that matters.
As for how the story is fleshed out, there are some rather comedic moments at times, you either don’t want to cheer for the main MC, or just hope he gets a smack for his ideals at times. His companion in this, Wanibe, is actually one that you can root for, and wish for the best. While Rimu is just a precious monster, though, wouldn’t want to cross her.
If you’re looking for a fun happy Isekai, that you go on an adventure with, then this isn’t it. While it’s still a good watch of course, but it comes across as if Kazuma from Konosuba was stuck in a ruthless dead-end job, and tries everything to get out of it. It’s that kind of fun Iseaki, and it’s really something.
Art and sound.
The art style can really be great at times, while its normal style does look very normal, and the animation isn’t bad at all. But there are some moments where it really stands out. Like how they make the gems glow, and continue to glow throughout. I may be biased towards shiny things, but hey, it looks good. While the sound is fit for purpose as always.
The Dungeon of Black Company is a strange one, but one that does keep me interested week to week. I’d advise giving it a shot honestly!
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