The manga adaptation by KonoSuba!  reveals the cover of his volume 12

On the official page for the manga adaptation of light novels by Natsume Akatsuki and illustrated by Kurone Mishima, Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! (KonoSuba!), responsible for Masahito Watariunveiled the cover of the twelfth compilation volume, which will be released in Japan on October 9th.

Akatsuki began publishing the light novels with illustrations by Mishima through the publishing label in October 2013. Bunko sneaker from the publisher Kadokawaand concluded it in May 2020 with a total of 17 volumes.

On the other hand, the manga adaptation by Masahito Watari is published in the magazine Monthly dragon age from the publisher Fujimi Shobo since September 2014. The publisher published the eleventh compilation volume on April 9th ​​and will publish the twelfth on October 12th.

The piece also inspired a ten-episode anime adaptation produced by Studio deen, Headed by Takaomi Kanasaki and scripts written by Makoto uezuA second season with ten episodes premiered in January 2017. A feature film was then released with the title Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!: Kurenai Densetsu was produced by studios JC staff and published in August 2019.

Synopsis of KonoSuba!

The life of Hikkikomori and video game lover Kazuma Satou, a Japanese high school student, suddenly ends prematurely ... or so it should be. However, when you open your eyes, a beautiful goddess offers you the opportunity to be reborn in a parallel world. The problem is that this world is violent and is threatened by a powerful evil! Fortunately, the goddess offers him the opportunity to take everything with him.

I choose you then! Kazuma answered. And so begins a new adventure with his beautiful companion. Everything would be fine if he could get enough food and money to survive, keep his goddess out of anger, and not attract the attention of the Demon King army!

Β© θ‘— 真 仁 (θ‘—), δΈ‰ εΆ‹ く デ (デ γ‚Ά γ‚€ ン), 暁 γͺ ぀ εŽŸθ‘— (εŽŸθ‘—) / KADOKAWA


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