Today’s anime and manga news is about the Manga adaptation of a fantasy mystery and Vintage Evangelion

The manga adaptation of Natsu Hyuga's Seijo ni Uso wa Tsjinai. You Can't Lie to a Saint) novel by Yo Asami will debut in the April issue of the magazine on March 6, according to the March

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The first news is about the Manga adaptation of Natsu Hyuga’s Seijo Ni Uso WA Tsjinai novel The manga adaptation of Natsu Hyuga’s Seijo ni Uso wa Tsjinai (You Can’t Lie to a Saint) novel by Yo Asami will debut in the April issue of the magazine on March 6, according to the March issue of Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen Magazine. On Monday, Hyuga also revealed the manga version of the book on Twitter, the manga adaption of a fantasy mystery novel, Launching on March 6:

An ambitious holy knight and a female priest trainee who loves money are the subjects of the fantasy mystery manga. They will work together to uncover the facts surrounding the murder of a shrine lady candidate for the big church. The novel by Hyuga was published in May 2022 under the Arian Rose label of Frontier Works with artwork by Chiho Shinishi. Shinishi is also credited for creating unique character designs for the manga.

On the Shsetsu-ka Ni Narou (“Let’s Be Novelists”) website, Hyuga published The Apothecary Diaries (Kusuriya no Hitorigoto) light novel in 2011. The books are being printed by Shufunotomo, and the 12th volume’s print release was in July 2022. The novels’ covers are illustrated by Touko Shino. Digitally, the novels in English are published by J-Novel Club.

May 2017 saw the release of a manga adaptation of the books by Nekokurage in Square Enix’s Monthly Big Gangan publication. On February 25, Square Enix will release the manga’s eleventh volume. The manga was licenced by Square Enix Manga & Books, who will release the eighth volume in English on June 6. In August 2017, Shogakukan’s Monthly Sunday GX magazine published the spinoff manga Kusuriya no Hitorigoto ‘Mao Mao no Kky’ Nazotoki Tech (The Apothecary Diaries ‘The Palace Cloister Mystery-Solving Notebook of Mao Mao’). It was written by Minoji Kurata. The fifteenth volume of the spinoff manga was released by Shogakukan in November 2022.

In Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen Magazine, Asami debuted the Seraph of the End: Guren Ichinose – Catastrophe at 16 (Owari no Seraph: Ichinose Guren, 16-sai no Catastrophe) manga adaptation of Takaya Kagami’s light novel series in June 2017. In February 2022, the series came to an end. Kagami’s Seraph of the End: Guren Ichinose: Resurrection at Nineteen (Owari no Seraph: Ichinose Guren, 19-sai no Resurrection light novels) also have pictures by Asami.

The second news starts with the Auction of Vintage Evangelion Items to Benefit Charities in Anime and Special Effects Culture

Next week, an Evangelion-themed charity event will be held in Chiba, Japan, where a range of vintage and out-of-production Evangelion products will be available for purchase. Hideaki Anno, the show’s director, is a big enthusiast of special effects.

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The charity occasion, called “Evangelion Gratitude Festival,” will take place on February 12 at Chiba’s Makuhari Messe in conjunction with Wonder Festival 2023 (winter). The items up for grabs are as follows:

• A cuddling pillow that was given away as a lottery prize at “UCC Evangelion Coffee Can,” Evangelion’s first significant joint event, which took place in 1997.

• T-shirt with a 3D Eva-01 emerging from the chest

• Takara Tomy’s Asuka and Rei “Microman” figures

• Figures of the plugsuit-clad Wonder Festival mascots Wonda-chan and Reset-chan

The preservation of the anime and special effects cultures for upcoming generations will be supported in part by the sales. When WonFes is in session, the charity will be at the Marui Group booth. Additionally, attendees who apply for the Shin Japan Heroes Universe (S.J.H.U.) Epos Card at the Marui Group booth throughout the event will receive a unique “Evangelion Gratitude Festival” can badge and an apostle-motif strap as a special present.

Hideaki Anno, the show’s director, is a big enthusiast of special effects. His 2012 exhibition, “Kanch Anno Hideaki Tokusatsu Hakubutsukan” (Curator Hideaki Anno’s Special Effects Museum), at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, attracted close to 300,000 people. Shin Kamen Rider, Shin Ultraman, and Shin Godzilla are just a few of the tokusatsu properties he has directed.

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