Barnes hardcover and Noble edition out October 21; paperback edition spring 2022
Udon Entertainment announced on Thursday that it will publish a new, revised manga edition of Yomi Sarachi’s Steins; Gate in a 3-in-1 episode. There will be two versions: an exclusive hardcover edition by Barnes and Noble due out October 21, and a paperback edition due spring 2022. The hardcover version will feature an alternate cover art by Yomi. Sarachi and folding poster featuring Kurisu Makise.
Folding poster of the hardcover edition
The company also revealed that it will be releasing exclusive Barnes and Noble versions of the first two “oversized” volumes, each containing two of the original Japanese volumes, of the Steins manga; Gate 0 by Taka Himeno with new cover and poster attached.
Exclusive Steins cover; Gate episode 1
Exclusive Steins cover; Gate episode 2
Sarachi (original character designer for La Storia della Arcana Famiglia) posted Steins; Gates manga at Media Factory with Monthly Comic Alive magazine 2010-2013. Media Factory released the third and final compiled volume in Japan in September 2013.
Udon Entertainment previously licensed and published the Steins manga; Gate.
Udon will publish the Steins manga; Gate 0 with three “oversized” volumes, each containing two of the original Japanese volumes. The company will release the first volume on September 21, the second volume on November 16, and the third volume on January 4. Andrew “Steiner” Hodgson, the original Steins visual novel translator; Gate , is translating the manga.
Himeno (Grisaia no – L’oiseau bleu ) created Steins; Gates 0 manga in Young Ace in May 2017. The manga ended in May 2020. Kadokawa announced the sixth volume in April 2020.
The series is considered a prequel with a size of 5pb. ‘s Steins; Gate 0.’s story takes place immediately after the events of the original story, and also includes stories from three of Steins’ novels; Gate, as well as from several TV series discs, with some script changes.
The story had a game adaptation that released on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita in Japan in December 2015. PQube released the game for PS4 and PS Vita in North America and Europe in November 2016. Steins; Gate 0 launched for PC in Japan in August 2016. Spike Chunsoft released the game for PC via Steam outside of Japan in May 2018. Spike Chunsoft released the game in the West for Nintendo Switch in October. December 2019.
TV anime The Steins; Gate 0 premiered in April 2018 and has aired for 23 episodes. Crunchyroll streamed the series with English subtitles as it aired, and Funimation streamed the English dub. Crunchyroll also streamed the show’s unwanted 24th episode in December 2018.