Star Wars Leia Manga Goes Again on Hiatus
The LINE Manga app revealed on Saturday that Haruichi‘s Star Wars: Leia Ōjo no Shiren (Star Wars Leia, Princess of Alderaan) manga goes again on hiatus “for a short time.” The LINE app will nonetheless publish bonus illustrations through the hiatus.
Star Wars Leia, Princess of Alderaan launched on the LINE Manga app in Could 2019, and had gone on brief breaks a number of occasions since its launch. The sequence went on an indefinite hiatus in January 2020 because of Haruichi‘s poor bodily well being, after which returned on Could 8. The manga’s second quantity shipped on September 15.
Yen Press publishes the manga in English, and it describes the story:
The never-before-told story of how younger Leia Organa comes to affix the rebel towards the evil Empire. Claudia Grey is the creator of Star Wars: Misplaced Stars, a Star Wars YA novel tailored right into a manga printed by Yen Press.
A younger Princess Leia spends her days studying the methods of politics, aiding these in want and getting ready for the standard ceremony through which she declares her intention to in the future rule Alderaan. However as Leia prepares herself to be named the inheritor of the throne, she turns into conscious of the rising distance between her and her mother and father, who behind closed doorways are leaders of the newly-formed Insurrection. Upon studying her mother and father’ secrets and techniques, Leia should now make a alternative between her accountability to the individuals of Alderaan and her accountability to avoid wasting a galaxy crushed by the rule of the Empire.
Star Wars Leia, Princess of Alderaan adapts Claudia Grey‘s Leia, Princess of Alderaan novel, which Disney–Lucasfilm Press printed in September 2017 as a part of the Journey to Star Wars: The Final Jedi sequence.
Supply: LINE Manga app