Girly Air Force Manga by Takahiro Seguchi Ends

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Manga adaptation of Kōji Natsumi's light novel series debuted last October

The July issue of Kadokawa's Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine published the final chapter of Takahiro Seguchi's manga adaptation of Kōji Natsumi's Girly Air Force light novel series on Saturday.

In the novels' story, mysterious flying creatures known as Zai suddenly appear, and in order to fight the creatures, mankind creates fighter aircraft called "Daughters," as well as the automatic fighting mechanism "Anima," which are shaped like human girls. The story centers on a young man named Kei Narutani, who yearns to fly in the sky, and an Anima considered to be humanity's trump card, a girl named Gripen.

Seguchi launched the manga in Monthly Shōnen Ace last October. Kadokawa published the manga's first compiled book volume last December.

Natsumi launched the novel series in 2014, and Kadokawa's Dengeki Bunko imprint published the 11th volume on March 9, and will publish the 12th volume on June 8. Asagi Tōsaka provides the illustrations for the novels. Natsumi previously worked on the series composition for Gust's Blue Reflection game. The novel series inspired a television anime adaptation that premiered on January 10. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan.

ADV Manga previously published the first volume of Seguchi's Enmusu manga, while Vertical published both volumes of Seguchi's Sickness Unto Death manga.

Source: Monthly Shōnen Ace July issue

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