Girls und Panzer: Little Army Manga's Sequel Begins in Comic Alive
posted on by Sarah Nelkin
The June issue of Media Factory's Comic Alive magazine began serializing Tsuchii's Girls und Panzer: Little Army II sequel manga on Monday.
The series takes place a few years after the ending of the first manga. Emi, a girl who had returned to her mother country Germany in order to learn about tanks, once again travels to Japan to keep a certain promise. However, many things wait for her at her new school's Senshado club.
Tsuchii began the original Girls und Panzer: Little Army spinoff manga in 2012 in Comic Alive, and ended the manga the next year. A total of two compiled volumes were published. Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the spinoff, as well as the main Girls und Panzer manga series.
The original Girls und Panzer anime series aired from 2012 to 2013. Crunchyroll streamed the anime series as it aired, and Sentai Filmworks licensed the series for home video release. The franchise also includes OVAs, and a film will premiere in theaters on November 21.