One Piece Books Announces The Release Date For The Reprise Of The Spear Hero 2nd Volume
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The Rising of the Shield Hero was one of the most well-known anime series discharged for the current year, and now the franchise is starting to capitalize on that ubiquity by investigating its reality in new manners. For those needing to spend more energy with the focal trio of Naofumi, Raphtalia, and Filo outside of their beast fights, this new side project may be more your speed.

One Peace Books is declaring that the second volume of Neet’sThe Reprise of the Spear Hero: The Manga Companion Series, the manga adaptation of Aneko Yusagi’s spin-off of The Rising of the Shield Hero series.

All volumes are available from Diamond Comic Distributors, SCB Distributors, all major wholesalers, and wherever books are sold on May 19th, 2020, cover price $11.95 USD, 5×7 in 160 pages.

One Piece Books Announces The Release Date For The Reprise Of The Spear Hero 2nd Volume
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Short synopsis: “The second volume picks up where the first left off, continuing the story of Motoyasu’s adventure to reunite with Filo. He brings Naofumi and Eclair along with him, picking up several new filolials on the way. Motoyasu begins to raise and train Sakura, Yuki, and Kou – the three young filolials and helps Naofumi grow stronger, so they might be able to fight back against the assassin’s hounding them at every step on their way to Siltvelt.

The Rising of the Shield Hero is a Japanese light novel arrangement composed by Aneko Yusagi. Initially distributed as a web novel in the client created novel webpage Shōsetsuka ni Narō, the arrangement has since been distributed by Media Factory with an extended story-line including outlines by Seira Minami. As of June 25, 2019, twenty-two volumes have been distributed.

The epic arrangement was adjusted into a manga arrangement by Aiya Kyū and both the novel and manga arrangement was authorized by One Peace Books and were distributed in North America beginning in September 2015. The 25-episode anime TV series was created by Kinema Citrus and it aired from January to June 2019. The anime series was authorized in North America by the Crunchyroll and Funimation association.


Source: Email Correspondence “Chris Melchin” (One Piece Books).

One Peace Books” Official Publishing Website.