By opening an official website, the production of an anime adaptation of the manga is written and illustrated by Aya Kanno, Baraou no Souretsu. The declaration did not include any production details or a release date.

Kanno started publishing the manga in the magazine princess from the publisher Akita Shoten in November 2013. The publisher released the thirteenth compiled volume on February 14 and the fourteenth on September 16 in Japan. New details of this adjustment are expected to be announced in this year's 11th issue of the magazine, due out October 6 in Japan.

Synopsis of Baraou no Souretsu

The crown of England has been fiercely contested throughout history, and a number of major civil wars came to be known as the "War of the Roses" during the Middle Ages. The Duke of York claims the right to the throne and seeks King Henry VI. And to defeat his heir to become king himself.

On a dark day full of bad omens, the Duke wins a son: Richard Plantagenet, the third of his name. Neither male nor female as he has both sexes. Richard III Is immediately rejected by his own mother, so that hatred becomes daily bread in his childhood, making him hate his own body and being called a "demon" by others.

Richard becomes concerned because he has visions of England's former enemy Joan of Arc, who mocks him for ruining all who she will ever meet. Since then, Richard has believed that he can avoid his fate by helping his father become king. However, will Richard's actions, cursed by the very low expectations of his mother and Juanas, cause his family to perish?

Source: Comic Natalie

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