Artist Tetsuya Mishima points a plagiarism in the Azur Lane video game

Artist Tetsuya Mishima points a plagiarism in the Azur Lane video game

Tetsuya Mishima is a Japanese artist born in 1972, who has performed a large number of individual exhibitions in Japan since 1995, after graduating from the Central Academy of Art in 1993. Mishima became viral recently on social networks, having Poosed a plagiarism on one of the models of the Azur Lane video game.

The character in question corresponds to USS New Jersey, whose new attire was presented a week ago on the official Twitter account of the global video game server.

Artist Tetsuya Mishima points a plagiarism in the Azur Lane video game 1622648703 Artist Tetsuya Mishima points a plagiarism in the Azur Lane video game 1622648703 Artist Tetsuya Mishima points a plagiarism in the Azur Lane video game 1622648703 Artist Tetsuya Mishima points a plagiarism in the Azur Lane video game 1622648703

Mishima continued: "When I saw the character's design for the first time I thought it was just a coincidence, but the fact that basically called the content and" supposed coincidence "that the artist in charge is one of my followers, led me to To believe that it really was a partial plagiarism ».

Mishima added: «I know you probably will not understand what I am about to say, but I'm going to tell you a terrifying story that has just happened ... In a comment forum I saw that the images were shared, and they are telling me the Japanese themselves with arguments as "You're spreading hate!" "

He concluded: "Things are burning in Weibo, a social network of China. Virtually no work has been copied and it is not a direct rival in the turn of business, so I honestly do not think it is so much ».

About Azur Lane

The original game was developed by Shanghai Manjuu and Xiamen Yongshi, and released for iOS and Android devices in 2017. Subsequently, Azur Lane: CrossWave was released for PC through Steam in February 2020, and a launch for the Nintendo Switch console in Japan was performed on September 17.

The original delivery has inspired numerous adaptations to manga and light novels, as well as an adaptation to the anime of twelve episodes, produced by Bibury Animation Studios, under the direction of Tensho and scripts written by Jin Danney, released in October 2019. Recently During the winter season-2021 (January-March), the animated adaptation of the SPIN-OFF AZUR LANE MANGA was issued: Bisoku Zenshin!, by the Yostar Pictures studies.

Source: Official Twitter Account

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