High School Prodigies Have It Easy Even In Another World (超人高校生たちは異世界でも余裕で生き抜くようです! Chōjin-Kokoseitachi wa Isekai demo Yoyu de Ikinuku Yōdesu!) is an ongoing 2015 light novel written by Riku Misora, the author of Chivalry of a Failed Knight and illustrated by Sacraneco, published by SB Creative under the "GA Bunko" imprint. It is also adapted into an ongoing 2016 manga series illustrated by Kōtarō Yamada for Square Enix's Young Gangan magazine, as well as an upcoming 2019 anime by Project No.9.
The series follows seven Japanese Highschool Prodigies who are expert in their own fields, who find themselves in a Fantasy World after their plane mysteriously crash. While befriending the locals, the Prodigies learn this world isn't nice since the people suffered from the tyrancial and corrupt nobles of the Empire, who abuse and mistreat their subjects. While the Seven Prodigies try to find a way back home to Earth, they also help their new friends battle the evil nobles while helping its people with their knowledge and inventions from Earth.
The series contains examples of:
- Alliterative Name: There's Keine Kanzaki and Shinobu Sarutobi.
- Aristocrats Are Evil: The nobility treat the lower class like crap with Bumans getting it the worst due to Fantastic Racism. Worse, some will go and kill an entire village for the crime of not paying their taxes despite the village suffering food shortages, or killing the village for finding a legal way to become rich without their permission.
- Badass Crew: The Seven Prodigies are made of seven young high schoolers who are genius in their field which include:
- Aoi Ichijō, the strongest swordswoman in the world.
- Keine Kanzaki, a highly skilled Doctor.
- Prince Akatsuki, a talented stage Magician.
- Ringo Ōhoshi, a genius inventor.
- Masato Sanada, a professional businessman.
- Tsukasa Mikogami, a talented leader and politician.
- Shinobu Sarutobi, a Ninja and the world's best journalist.
- Fantastic Racism: Bumans are treated like second class citizen or worse, slaves by the humans.
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: Lyrule ends up captured by a noble who intends to make her his new plaything.
- Laser-Guided Karma: The nobles of Dormund spitefully pour wine over a missile system that the Seven Lights set up. This prevents the missile system from protecting their homes from Gustave's Fire Fall attack.
- Little Bit Beastly: Bumans look similar to humans albeit with animal ears and tails.
- One-Man Industrial Revolution: More like seven-people industrial revolution, but the arrival of the prodigies brought lots of changes to the world, like democracy, cars, Japanese-style bathhouses, modern firearms, homing missiles, etc.