In 2013, Hiromu Arakawa, Mangaka known for Fullmetal Alchemist, decided to devote himself to a faithful manga adaptation of The legend of Arslan, the series of light novels written by Yoshiki Tanaka and illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano. To date, the implementation has reached its hundredth chapter, an important milestone that has been celebrated by other authors.

Months ago, before the Complete the attack of the giants, it was already clear that Arakawa's work would be the main series published in Bessatsu Shonen Magazine, and in addition to Chapter 100, many illustrations signed by as many mangakas were published in the January 2022 issue. Among these stands out the two Shikishis of Hajime Isayama and Chihiro Ishizuka from Flying Witch, which you can see at the bottom of the page.

Other authors helped celebrate the 100th chapter, such as Megumi Ina, Shuzo Oshimi, Coharu Sakuraba, Akinari Nao, and Masanori Miyajima. On this occasion reader comments and the first official character popularity poll of the series. Let us know what you think of these special freebies in the comments section.

In conclusion, we remind you that Arakawa has started a new series and leave our review of the video game Arslan: The Warriors of Legend to our review.

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