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No Game No Life’s Yuu Kamiya “Blatantly Traced”

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Fabled No Game no Life artist Yuu Kamiya is the latest high profile figure to face some fairly convincing accusations of tracing the work of random illustrators plucked from the bowels of the Internet – which has sadly enough been proven to be a rather commonplace act despite the risks.

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So far there is no impact on the artist, his publisher or the franchise itself, but this may yet soon change it seems.

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