Seven Seas Licenses The Weakest Tamer Began a Journey to Pick Up Trash Light Novels, Manga

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Seven Seas Entertainment announced on Wednesday that it has licensed The Weakest Tamer Began a Journey to Pick Up Trash light novels and manga, and the I’m a Terminal Cancer Patient, but I’m Fine. manga. Seven Seas also licensed the World’s End Harem: Fantasia Academy manga for its Ghost Ship adult imprint.

Seven Seas will release the first volume of Honobonoru500 and Nama‘s The Weakest Tamer Began a Journey to Pick Up Trash (Saijaku Tamer wa Gomihiroi no Tabi o Hajimemashita.) light novels in May 2022, and it will release the first volume of Tou Fukino’s manga adaptation in June 2022. Seven Seas describes the story:

Young Ivy can’t catch a break. Though she has a few memories of her past life, she was reborn into an RPG-like world in the weakest class, and worse, as the weakest rank. As a no-star Tamer, even her parents want nothing to do with her, and she soon realizes she must survive on her own. She learns to live off the land and salvage what she can from other people’s leavings. But when Ivy manages to tame Sora, a lowly slime, everything changes for both of them. There’s something special about this frail little monster, and Ivy’s care will bring out the best in both of them!

Honobonoru500 began serializing The Weakest Tamer Began a Journey to Pick Up Trash story in the Shōsetsuka ni Narō website in November 2018, where it is still ongoing. TO Books began publishing the story in print with illustrations by Nama, beginning with the first volume in November 2019. TO Books released the fifth novel volume on August 20.

Fukino launched the manga adapation in TO Books‘ web manga site Comic Corona in February 2020. TO Books published the manga’s second volume on April 15.

Seven Seas will release Hilnama’s I’m a Terminal Cancer Patient, but I’m Fine. (Mikkigan demo Genki desu) manga in May 2022. The company describes the manga:

At 38 years old, Hilnama, a manga artist, is diagnosed with colon cancer. Never one to lose hope or give in to despair, she begins cancer treatments despite the deadly diagnosis. But when going through such a grueling process, it can be difficult to keep a positive outlook… When faced with the struggles and trials of life, Hilnama turns to what she knows: writing and creating manga again, drawing herself as a rabbit in a world of humans and hospitals. This poignant and down-to-earth account of diagnosis, treatment, and living with terminal disease will be a reference for positivity and perseverance for years to come.

Hilnama published the manga in Flex Comix’s Comic Polaris manga site in July 2020, and Flex Comix published the manga’s compiled book volume on February 15.

Seven SeasGhost Ship imprint will release the first volume of Okada Andō’s World’s End Harem: Fantasia Academy (Shūmatsu no Harem: Fanatasia Gakuen) manga in June 2022. The company describes the manga:

World’s End Harem: Fantasia Academy reimagines the characters from the original series in a modern-day school. Come along for the ride while Lord Arc Nargala and the cast of women who serve him navigate a whole new world of heart-pounding attraction and intrigue. Even the mysterious Dark Elf Lati makes an appearance–as Arc’s new homeroom teacher! Do Arc and Aurelia stand a chance of being happy together in this place? What of Arc’s power to wield Macht? And is it even legal for a homeroom teacher to be so scantily dressed?!

The manga is a comedy spinoff of LINK and SAVAN‘s World’s End Harem: Fantasia (Shūmatsu no Harem: Fantasia) manga, itself a fantasy setting spinoff of LINK‘s World’s End Harem manga. World’s End Harem: Fantasia Academy launched Shueisha‘s Ultra Jump magazine in May 2020. Shueisha published the manga’s second volume on October 4.

LINK and SAVAN debuted World’s End Harem: Fantasia in 2018. The manga runs in Shueisha‘s Ultra Jump magazine, and on the Shonen Jump+ service and Young Jump! app. Seven SeasGhost Ship imprint is releasing that manga in English.

LINK‘s original World’s End Harem manga launched in May 2016 on the Shonen Jump+ website and app. The manga recently resumed under a new title of Shūmatsu no Harem: After World on May 6. The manga franchise has more than 5 million copies in print. Seven SeasGhost Ship imprint is also publishing the manga in English. The manga is inspiring a television anime that premiered its first episode on October 8, but will air the rest in January 2022. Crunchyroll is slated to stream the anime.

Kira Etō launched the third spinoff manga, World’s End Harem ~Britannia Lumiére~ (Shūmatsu no Harem: Britannia Lumiere), on Shonen Jump+ on June 26. Shueisha‘s MANGA Plus website publishes that manga in English.

Sources: Press release

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