The editorial office Self-service creative, via the publisher's label GA Bunko, unveiled the completed cover of the special edition of the seventeenth volume of the light novels by Jougi Shiraishi and illustrated by Azure blue, Majo no tabitabi (Wandering Witch: The Journey of Elaina). Although the illustration had previously been revealed, it was noticed that the publisher did not publish the edition containing the headband for "a reason".

The headband, also known as "obi“It's a strip that surrounds the printed volume, and it's usually where important ads for literary franchises are placed, like accumulated circulation figures or even adaptations to anime or new seasons. Because of this, it has been interpreted in various Japanese forums that the franchise is about to make an "important announcement"..

Shiraishi and Azure began publishing the light novels through the publisher's label GA Bunko of Self-service creative in April 2016. The publisher released volume 16 in March and will release volume 17 on July 14 in Japan. In addition to a manga adaptation by the hand of Itsuki Nanao, the piece inspired a twelve-part anime adaptation produced by the studios C2C, Headed by Toshiyuki Kubooka and scripts written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, released in October 2020. So far there is no evidence of a second season.

Summary of Majo no Tabitabi

Elaina has been fascinated by the stories in her favorite book since she was a child, especially Nike, a well-known witch who traveled extensively around the world. Desiring to experience the awe of adventure for herself, Elaina aspires to become a witch and, despite the many trials she faces, eventually succeeds. As a full-fledged witch, Elaina finally embarks on her long-awaited journey, on which she meets many people and learns their various stories. Explore the world from its most beautiful side, experience its light and dark sides and begin its legendary story.

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