The official Twitter account for Kadokawa‘s Dengeki Bunko label revealed on Saturday that Asato Asato‘s 86 mild novel collection is getting its first spinoff novel. The novel will serialize on Dengeki Bunko‘s Novecomi app beginning in spring 2022.
The novel will happen within the Federal Republic of Giad, and can characteristic new characters, weapons, and battlefields. SOW (The Combat Baker and Automaton Waitress) is writing the novel, and Kuroganeya is the illustrator. Asato is credited with the unique work, Shirabi is credited with the unique illustrations, and I-IV is credited with the mechanical design.
The Republic of San Magnolia has been
attacked by its neighbor, the Empire. Outside the 85 districts of the Republic
there may be the ‘non-existent 86th district,’ the place younger women and men proceed to struggle. Sheen directs the actions of younger suicide bombers, whereas Lena is a
“curator” who instructions a detachment from a distant rear. The story of the
tragic wrestle between these two begins!
Asato launched the novel collection below Kadokawa‘s Dengeki Bunko imprint in April 2017. Shirabi (The Ryuo’s Work Is Never Done!, Myriad Colors Phantom World) is drawing the illustrations, and the artist I-IV (Aldnoah.Zero, Re:CREATORS) is in control of mechanical design. The tenth quantity shipped on June 10, and the eleventh quantity will ship in February 2022. Motoki Yoshihara launched a manga adaptation in Square Enix‘s Young Gangan journal in 2018. Yen Press can be releasing the manga in English.
Suzume Somemiya’s 86: Operation High School spinoff manga launched in Kadokawa‘s Monthly Comic Alive journal in June 2020, and the collection ended in August. The manga has two volumes. cotori is drawing a four-panel manga spinoff that launched in July on the anime’s Twitter account and web site.
The tv anime premiered on April 10, and is airing for 2 cours (quarters of the 12 months). The second cours premiered on October 2. Crunchyroll is streaming the collection because it airs in Japan, and it’s also streaming an English dub.
Source: Dengeki Bunko‘s Twitter account