In a press release from the magazine's editorial team Weekly Shonen SundayIt has been reported that the manga was written by Kanehito Yamada and illustrated by Tsukasa Abe, Sousou no freezing ((Freezing: Beyond the end of the journey) has more than 2.5 million copies in circulation.

On the other hand, Yamada and Abe started to publish the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen Sunday from the publisher Shogakukan The publisher released the third compiled volume on December 18, followed by the fourth on March 17 in Japan.

Synopsis of Sousou no Frieren

The Demon King has been defeated and the victorious group of heroes has returned to their respective homes after their dissolution. All four - the magician Freeze, the hero heaven, the priest cheerful and the warrior iron - look back on their decades-long journey when it comes to saying goodbye. But the passage of time is different for elves, so Freeze sees his beloved companions slowly dying.

Before his death, Heiter succeeds in forcing Freezing on a young human apprentice named Fern. Driven by the elf's passion for collecting a multitude of magical spells, the two embark on a seemingly aimless journey, visiting places heroes used to visit. During his travels, Freezing slowly copes with regrets about missed opportunities to develop deeper bonds with his now deceased comrades.

Fountain: PR times

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