KonoSuba Fantastic Days Smartphone Game Gets Manga – News

KonoSuba Fantastic Days Smartphone Game Gets Manga - News



The April issue Kadokawa‘s Monthly Comic AliveThe Saturday edition of magazine Nexon‘s Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku o! Fantastic DaysA smartphone game inspired a manga adaptation in the May issue of the magazine.

A novel adaptation of the game was also inspired by the game. Hirukuma (I was reborn as a Vending Machine and I now Wander the Dungeon) with illustrations by original Konosuba novel illustrator Kurone Mishima. The novel was sent out Tuesday.

The game was first released in Japan in February 2020. NexonGlobally, the game was launched in August 2021.

It has an original story that is fully voiced. Players can create parties with familiar characters and engage in combat.

Natsume Akatsuki‘s KonosubaLight novelThe series inspired two seasons of television anime. The first season premiered January 2016, while the second premiered January 2017. CrunchyrollBoth seasons were streamed live in Japan. The KONOSUBA – God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World– Legend of CrimsonThe anime film premiered in Japan in August 2019. In October 2019, 4DX screenings were added. Crunchyroll Fathom EventsIn November 2019, the film was shown in the United States.

Light novels can inspire new anime.

Kazuma, an infirm student, is the focus of the original light novels. He dies in a traffic accident but meets Aqua after his death. He is allowed to reincarnate and can bring one thing. He chooses Aqua and is both taken to his new life. The two go on quests together to get enough money to buy food and shelter. They then hire Megumin and Darkness, who they soon discover are just as useless.

The 17th volume of the novel series concluded in May 2020.

Source: Comic AliveApril issue


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