The Rising of the Protect Hero Novel/Manga Sequence Reaches 11 Million Copies in Complete


 

 

The newest twentieth quantity of the manga adaptation of Aneko Yusagi’s The Rising of the Protect Hero fantasy novel sequence, illustrated by Aiya Kyu, is launched in Japan at present on February 22, and the writer KADOKAWA confirmed that the sequence together with each of the novel and the manga has printed 11 million copies in whole thus far. As beforehand reported, the sequence reached 4 million copies in February 2019, which implies it has added an enormous seven million copies solely in three years.

 

The fantasy novel was first posted on the user-generated novel publishing web site Shousetsuka ni Narous from 2012 to 2015. In the meantime, KADOKAWA’s mild nove limprint MF Books began publishing its print version in 2013 and has launched 22 volumes. Its manga adaptation by Aiya Kyu has been serialized within the writer’s Month-to-month Comedian Flapper since 2014. The sequence additionally features a spin-off novel sequence The Reprise of the Spear Hero written by Aneko Yusagi, its manga adaptation illustrated by Neet, a four-panel comedy manga A Day within the Lifetime of the Protect Hero illustrated by Akagashi, and a gourmet-themed manga The Menu of the Protect Hero by Amamichi Akano.

 

To advertise the discharge of the manga’s twentieth quantity, a big poster commercial is now displayed on the Tokyo Metro Shinjuku Station’s Metro Promenade from February 21 to 27. Please test it out once you cease by!

 

 


 



 


 


The manga twentieth quantity cowl:



 


 

 

Following the well-received first season, which was aired for 25 episodes from January to June 2019, the much-awaited second season the novel’s TV anime adaptation is about to premiere in Japan in April 2022, and shall be out there to Crunchyroll members in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Center East, and CIS.

 

 

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Supply: KADOKAWA press launch

 

©2021 Aneko Yusagi, KADOKAWA/Protect Hero manufacturing committee

 



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