In this year's 11th issue of the magazine Comic Zenon from the publisher Tokuma Shoten it was revealed that the writer Homura kawamoto ((Kakegurui) will begin with the release of a new manga entitled Majo taisen, with artist illustrations Makoto Shiozuka, in the next issue of the magazine, on October 24th.

The magazine reckoned the story will focus on 32 historical women, including Joan of Arc, Cleopatra, Tomoe Gozen, and Marie Antoinette. In the manga, these child prodigies are "jealous witches" who kill each other to achieve their goals.

Kawamoto is perhaps best known for being the author of the manga. Kakeguruiwhat illustrates Tohru Naomura. Both began to publish the manga in the magazine Gangan Joker from the publisher Square enix in March 2014. The publisher published the thirteenth compiled volume on June 13th.

The play has inspired several spin-off mangas as well as a studio-produced twelve-episode anime adaptation. MAPPA, Headed by Yuichiro Hayashi and scripts from Yasuko KobayashiA second season with the same production team premiered in January 2019 and had twelve episodes.

Kakegurui synopsis

Hyakkaou Private Academy prepares students for their time in the real world. Since many of the students are children of the richest people in the world, the academy has its own particularities that separate it from everyone else. During the day it is a normal school teaching history, languages ​​and more to its students. But at night it becomes a gambling den where they are trained in the art of money management and manipulation of people. Money is power; Those who excel in games are at the top of the school.

Yumeko Jabami, a seemingly naive and beautiful transfer student, is ready to lay her hand on Hyakkaou's special curriculum. Unlike the others, she doesn't play to win, but for the thrill of the bet, and her way of playing the limit can put too many new cards on the table.

Source: ANN



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