Cells at Work: Platelets!’ Yasu Launches New Manga in November
This yr’s December subject of Kodansha‘s Month-to-month Shonen Sirius journal introduced on Tuesday that Yasu (illustrator for Cells at Work: Platelets!, pictured proper, Toradora!) is launching a brand new manga titled Reiketsu Ryūkо̄ Heika no ‘Unmei no Tsugai’ Desu ga, Kо̄kyū ni Hikikomorо̄ to Omoimasu ~Yо̄ Ryū o Mederu no ni Isagashi no de Kо̄gо̄ Arasoi wa Gokatteni Dо̄zо (I’m “Destined” to Be With the Chilly-Blooded Dragon Emperor, however I Suppose I would Wish to Withdraw to the Internal Palace ~I’m Busy Cherishing the Younger Dragon, so Please Go Forward and Battle to Be Empress~) primarily based on a light-weight novel by Yuzu Lemon within the journal’s subsequent subject on November 26.
The story follows the fairy princess Effinia who discovers that she is “destined” to be with Emperor Glendil.
Lemon launched the Reiketsu Ryūkо̄ Heika no ‘Unmei no Tsugai’ Rashii Desu ga, Kо̄kyū ni Hikikomorо̄ to Omoimasu novel on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō (Let’s Turn out to be Novelists) web site on July 15.
Yuuko Kakihara and Yasu debuted Cells at Work: Platelets! (Hataraku Kesshōban-chan), the spinoff of Cells at Work!, in Kodansha‘s Month-to-month Shonen Sirius journal in Might 2019. Kodansha Comics licensed the manga.
Supply: Month-to-month Shonen Sirius December subject