J-Novel Club Announces Kickstarter to be Launched for Physical Copies of the Invaders of the Rokujouma!? Series in Early October
(SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – September 16, 2019) – J-Novel Club LLC is proud to announce that the harem light novel series Invaders of the Rokujouma!? will have a Kickstarter launching October 7, 2019 for a physical print run of books. Written by Takehaya and illustrated by Poco, this acclaimed series received an anime adaptation in 2014 and currently has 34 volumes published in Japan. The Kickstarter plans on funding a limited print run of 10 omnibus collections of volumes 1-31 (plus 7.5 and 8.5) to cover the complete main story arc of this massive epic fantasy/science fiction/romantic comedy adventure!
New high school student Koutarou decides to move into an apartment in order to assist his father with financial strain. The apartment seemingly has everything going for it – a great landlord, cheap pricing, and it's not too far away from the school he will be attending. Unfortunately, there's just one issue: a bunch of odd girls keep trying to take over his room! Room 106 is Koutarou's territory and he isn't willing to give it up without qualms. What will become of this apartment battlefield?
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Invaders of the Rokujouma!? by Takehaya with Illustrations by Poco
Newly Remastered Translation! Just starting high school, Koutarou is moving out on his own to take some of the burden from his widower father. Lucky for him, he's found a room at Corona House. It has a great landlord, it's not too far from school, and best of all, it's dirt cheap. It really is perfect... except for the strange girls that keep appearing to try and take it over! But even as room 106 turns into a battlefield, Koutarou isn't willing to give up his apartment without a good fight. The invasion begins!
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