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Watch Fate/Grand Order Epic Remnant Manga Artist Draw for Series Launch

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge

Artist Rei Wataru launched the manga series Fate/Grand Order -Epic of Remnant- Ashu Tokuiten III Shizenketsuga Butai Shimōsa Kuni: Eirei Kengō Nanaban Shōbu (Subspecies Singularity III: Scene of a Deadly Battle Shimosa: Contest Between Spirits of Seven Master Swordsman) on January 29 on Kodansha's Magazine Pocket app. The manga adapts part of the "Epic of Remnant" story from the popular mobile game.

Wataru's manga follows Fujimaru Ritsuka who after losing consciousness, awakens in Japan's Edo period and meets the female swordsman Miyamoto Musashi he mad met once in a dream.

Weekly Shōnen Magazine is promoting the series' launch with videos of Wataru drawing panels from the manga. The magazine's Magapoke app is also offering original QUO cards using the main visual from the series. Watch Wataru draw his manga below.

A manga version of each the game story's four chapters will be published in different magazines utilizing different artists. Shōnen Sasaki launched a manga based on the first part in Kadokawa's Monthly Shōnen Ace and Aoi Ohmori launched a manga based on the fourth part in Ichijinsha's Comic Rex on January 26. Hideo Takanaka will launch a manga based on the second part in Kadokawa's Young Ace on February 4.

The event originally debuted in the Japanese version of the game on February 24, 2017 with subsequent installments released every few months. Below is the original animated game ad for the plot line's third part.

Two separate Fate/Grand Order manga, Shiramine's Fate/Grand Order -mortalis:stella- and Takeshi Kawabuchi's Fate/Grand Order: Turas Réalta- launched in summer 2017. Kodansha Comics licensed Fate/Grand Order -mortalis:stella- for an English release.

Aniplex released the Fate/Grand Order game in Japan in summer 2015. The game received an English release in the United States and Canada in June 2017. A 74-minute television anime based on the game titled Fate/Grand Order: First Order aired in Japan in December 2016.

Source: Comic Natalie

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