A Fantasia Bunko livestream introduction uncovered that Slayers novels author Hajime Kanzaka propelled a third part in the arrangement in the July issue of Fujimi Shobo’s Dragon Magazine on Friday.
The first part of the novel arrangement incorporates the first eight gathered book volumes, and the second part incorporates the ninth to fifteenth volumes. The sixteenth and latest volume dispatched in October as the primary new volume in almost 18 years.
Fujimi Shobo’s Fantasia Bunko name distributed the first Slayers! novel in 1990, and the fifteenth novel, Slayers 15: Demon Slayers!, in May 2000. Tokyopop distributed eight of the novels in English.
Slayers is a Japanese light novel arrangement composed by Hajime Kanzaka and delineated by Rui Araizumi. The novels had been serialized in Dragon Magazine, and were later adjusted into a few manga titles, anime TV arrangement, anime films, OVA arrangement, role-playing video games, and other media. Slayers pursues the experiences of high school sorceress Lina Inverse and her allies as they venture through their world. Using ground-breaking enchantment and swordsmanship they fight overextending wizards, evil presences looking to demolish the world, and an infrequent hapless pack of crooks. The anime arrangement is viewed as a standout amongst the most famous of the 1990s.