Armed Girl's Machiavellism Manga Gets Anime Adaptation

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Karuna Kanzaki, Yūya Kurokami launched battle action series in 2014

Kadokawa announced on Sunday that Karuna Kanzaki and Yūya Kurokami's Armed Girl's Machiavellism (Busō Shōjo Machiavellism) manga is getting an anime adaptation. The announcement did not state what kind of anime it would be.

Kanzaki had teased last month that the manga series would have an "important announcement" in the August issue of Kadokawa's Monthly Shonen Ace magazine on June 26.

The "battle action" story follows Fudō Nomura, who transfers to a school where girls carry weapons to rule mercilessly over the boys. Shortly after transferring he becomes a target of Rin Onigawara, a member of the Five Ruling Swords that commands the school. In order break free he must defeat the Five Ruling Swords. Kadokawa previously streamed a promotional video for the manga in December 2015.

Kanzaki began the series based on Kurokami's story in Monthly Shonen Ace in March 2014, and Kadokawa shipped the fourth compiled volume in February. Kadokawa will ship the fifth compiled volume on July 26. The first three chapters are available to read for free in Japanese on the ComicWalker website

Kanzaki previously drew the Shinai Mijikashi Koiseyo Otome (Shinakoi) manga based on Kurokami's story.

Source: Comic Natalie

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