Muraji Ends Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi - Wa ga Mune de Nemure Bōrei Manga
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Muraji published the sixth and final chapter of the Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi - Wa ga Mune de Nemure Bōrei (Sorcerous Stabber Orphen: The Ghost Sleeping on my Chest) manga based on Yoshinobu Akita's Sorcerous Stabber Orphen franchise on Famitsu's Comic Clear website on Friday. The manga was considered "episode 3" of his "Haguretabi" manga adaptations. The manga's one compiled volume will ship in November.
Muraji originally began the manga with the Sorcerous Stabber Orphen Heed My Call, Beast! (Majutsushi Orphen Hagure Tabi: Wa ga Yobigoe ni Kotae yo, Kemono) manga. Kadokawa published the two-volume manga in March and August 2017. Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed this manga.
Muraji then serialized a manga adaptation titled Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi - Wa ga Mei ni Shitagae Doll. The manga went on hiatus in December, and returned in March with the title Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi - Wa ga Mune de Nemure Bōrei. Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi - Wa ga Mei ni Shitagae Doll has two compiled volumes.
Yoshinobu Akita began the Sorcerous Stabber Orphen (Majutsushi Orphen) light novel series in 1994 with illustrations by Yuuya Kusaka.
The novels spawned the 1998-1999 anime of the same name as well as the 1999-2000 anime Orphen: The Revenge. ADV Films released both anime in North America, and ADV Manga later published the novels' manga adaptation. The novels have over 10 million copies in print. J-Novel Club licensed the novels and is releasing them digitally. The novels are also inspiring a new television anime to commemorate the series' 25th anniversary in 2019.
Yu Yagami (Those Who Hunt Elves) launched a manga adaptation of Akita's Majutsushi Orphen: Mubō-hen (Sorcerous Stabber Orphen: Reckless Arc) novels on the Nico Nico Seiga website in August.
Source: Comic Clear's website
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