The Irregular at Magic High School: Double Seven Manga Ends in 3rd Volume
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In manga's story, Tatsuya and Miyuki desire a quiet school life. However, when new "numbers" appear at First High School, their lives will once again be full of trouble.
The manga adapts the 12th volume of Tsutomu Satou's original The Irregular at Magic High School light novel series, known as the "Double Seven" arc. Kitaumi launched the manga in Square Enix's Monthly G Fantasy magazine in October 2016.
Kitaumi previously drew the art for the four-volume Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei: Nyūgaku-hen manga and the five-volume Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei: Kyūkōsen-hen manga, which adapted the first two arcs (four volumes) of the novel series.
Square Enix also published Gin Amō's Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei: Yokohama Sōran-hen (Yokohama Disturbance Arc) manga, which covers novels 6 and 7, and is publishing Majiko!'s Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei: Raihōsha-hen (Visitor) manga, which covers novels 9-11. Yuzuki N Dash's Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei: Natsu Yasumi-hen (Summer Vacation Arc) manga launched in October 2016, and ended last February.
Kadokawa has also published Tamago's Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei: Yonkoma-hen spinoff manga, Waki Ikawa's Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei: Tsuioku-hen prequel manga, and Pinakes' manga based on the The irregular at magic high school The Movie: The Girl Who Summons the Stars film.
Yen Press licensed the original The Irregular at Magic High School light novel series and Yu Mori's spinoff manga The Honor Student at Magic High School, which is ongoing in Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh. Kadokawa published the 25th volume of the original light novel in Japan on April 10, and will publish the 26th volume on August 10. Kadokawa's Dengeki Bunko label noted in March that the story is heading toward its climax.
The novel series inspired a 26-episode television anime adaptation that debuted in April 2014, directed by Manabu Ono at Madhouse. Aniplex of America licensed the anime and released it on home video in 2015. The novels have also inspired the The irregular at magic high school The Movie: The Girl Who Summons the Stars anime film, which opened in Japan last June. Aniplex of America screened the film in theaters in the United States.
Source: Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei: Double Seven-hen volume 2