Zaregoto volume 3! At long last! Zaregoto volume 3! And some other stuff got licensed too, I guess. ;) Better start with Vertical’s announcements: Seraph of the End: Guren Ichinose Resurrection at Nineteen (by Takaya Kagami, with art by You Asami) Hanging High School — Zaregoto volume 3 (by Nisio Isin, with art by take)… Read More New Vertical and J-Novel Club Licenses (March 2019)
Kastel will be writing a series of articles about Zaregoto on his blog. This is his introductory post, going over the shinhonkaku mystery movement in Japan, and how that influenced Nisio Isin’s writing.
This article has been on my mind for a long time now. It’s the first time I’ve attempted to write something of this sort, so I’m not sure how well I’ll manage to get across all my thoughts… but basically I just want to share how a couple light novels have helped me out in… Read More On Suicidal Mimes and Defective Products
Various light novel licenses have been announced recently, namely in the form of extending the scope of specific series that are already getting English releases. Firstly, Yen Press has announced a license for the Re:Zero Ex spinoff novels. The first volume, which focuses on side characters Crusch and Ferris, will release in English on November… Read More More LN Licenses: Re:Zero, Monogatari, Your Lie in April, Zaregoto
For general information on this series: Monogatari entry This review is for the first volume of Bakemonogatari: Monster Tale by Nisio Isin (with artwork by VOFAN). The English edition was released by Vertical in December 2016. The second and third volume will be released in the following months (February 28, 2017 & April 25, 2017).… Read More Review: Bakemonogatari – Monster Tale (Pt.1)
For general information on this series: Zaregoto entry This review is for the second volume of the Zaregoto Series by Nisio Isin (with art by Take). The English edition was released by Del Rey in December 2010, and that was the end of their run with the series (out of nine total volumes from Japan). Vertical… Read More Review: Zaregoto – The Kubishime Romanticist