Segawa drew Monogatari no Kuromaku ni Tensei Shite, Kirishima drew Ryūgoroshi no Brunhilde
Kodoani.com – The August issue of Kadokawa’s Shōnen Ace magazine revealed last Friday that manga creator Hajime Segawa will draw a manga adaptation of the manga. Monogatari no Kuromaku ni Tensei Shite by Ryō Yūki. In addition, Takeru Kirishima is drawing a manga adaptation of Yuiko Agarizaki’s Ryūgoroshi no Brunhilde (Brunhilde the Dragonslayer) novel. Both manga will launch in the magazine sometime after July.
Monogatari no Kuromaku ni Tensei Shite revolves around Ren, a college student who is the fastest to complete the sequel to the worldwide hit Legend of the Seven Heroes. One day, he reincarnated into the game as a child. He initially thought he was the main character of the game, but very quickly realized that he was the character who, mid-game, betrayed the protagonist. As he grows older, he gradually isolates himself from the fringes of civilization, but eventually meets the girl destined to take his life. They become close, and Ren finds himself caught up in his unfortunate fate.
Ryō Yūki began serialization in September 2021 on the Kakuyomu website, where it is still ongoing. Kadokawa will publish the manga’s first print volume with Nakamura’s artwork on August 17.
Segawa recently finished her Shikabane-Gatana (Corpse Sword) manga in November 2021. Segawa launched the manga in Shōnen Ace in June 2020.
Segawa published the supernatural action manga The Enchained Spiritual Beast Ga-Rei from 2006 to 2010, and Kadokawa published the series in 12 compiled volumes. The now-defunct JManga app previously distributed the series in English, and all volumes are now available in English on Kadokawa’s BookWalker app.
The manga adapted the Ga-Rei: Zero prequel television anime in 2008
Segawa ended her Tokyo ESP manga in July 2016. The author launched the “after-school psychic action” series in Kadokawa’s Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine in 2010, shortly after the end of Ga-Rei. . Kadokawa has published 16 compiled book volumes for the Tokyo ESP.
In Ryūgoroshi no Brunhilde, the army of the Noverant Empire led by the dragon player Sigbert has long been obsessed with capturing the island of Eden. Sigbert and his army were repeatedly rejected by Eden’s dragon guardian. On one such expedition, whether by chance or fate, Sigbert’s daughter Brunhilde was left on the shores of the island. Eden’s dragon found her, took care of her, and began to raise her as a daughter. They grow to love each other more, with the dragon teaching Brunhilde never to hate and to always forgive. But 13 years later, Sigbert finally took the dragon’s life, and “repatriated” Brunhilde to the motherland. The flames of vengeance begin to burn within Brunhilde, and she must choose between her love for the dragon she lost, or her love for the dragon’s forgiveness.
Yuiko Agarizaki released the novel under Kadokawa’s Dengeki Bunko label on June 10.