Shaman King Faust8 Spinoff Manga Ends
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Kodansha's Magazine Pocket app published the final epilogue chapter of Aya Tanaka's manga adaptation of Kakeru Kobashiri's Shaman King Faust8: Eien no Eliza (Eliza the Eternal) spinoff novel on Saturday. Kodansha will publish the manga's third and final compiled book volume on August 17.
The spinoff novel of Hiroyuki Takei's Shaman King manga shipped in November 2018, and explores the relationship between Johann Faust VIII and his wife Eliza, how they met, and the moment of tragedy that took Eliza's life and led her to be Faust VIII's guardian ghost.
Tanaka launched the manga adaptation in Magazine Pocket in July 2021. Kodansha published the manga's second volume on March 17.
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Shaman King debuted in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 1998. The series abruptly ended in 2004, although a reprinting of the manga revealed a "true ending" in 2009.Viz Media published 32 volumes of the original Shaman King manga from 2003 to 2011, but it no longer holds the license to the manga. Japanese publisher Kodansha is now listed as the trademark owner for "Shaman King" in Japan, Europe, and the United States Shueisha originally held the rights to the manga in Japan.
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Source: Magazine Pocket