Note: I wasn't sure to make a light novel or manga exclusive discussion, considering the light novel is way ahead of the manga.
Overlord (ニセコイ) Publishers: Kadokawa Shoten (Japan), Yen Press (English) Magazine: Comp Ace Mangaka: Satoshi Ōshio (Writer), Hugin Miyama (Art) Demographic: Shounen Genre/Theme: Action, Fantasy Read Online: Yen Press (Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, iBooks, Kobo),
Plot: What do you do when your favorite game shuts down? Momonga decided to stay logged in right up until the very end. But when the servers go dark, he finds himself transported into the game world--and he's been transformed into his skeletal avatar from the game, awesome magical powers ... - Yen Press
Well, I heard that the anime fleshes out more than the manga. The anime only got through 13 chapters. I'm surprised how thin the manga volumes are. Going by the cover art, volume 3 shows that Clementine gal (butchered her name) indicating they are not done with that arc of the graveyard and zombies.
Taka, Khorne: Had no idea that there was a manga version either until now (I only heard of Yen Press licensing the Light Novel version as well). I'll start reading and comparing between the two versions as well.
Current Situation: I wanted another excuse to use Enterprise as an avatar again.
Overlord Gets Overlord: Fushisha no Oh! Spinoff Manga in January
The February 2017 issue of Kadokawa's Monthly Comp Ace magazine announced on Monday that Kugane Maruyama and Jūami's Overlord: Fushisha no Oh! (Overlord: The Undead Oh!) four-panel spinoff manga will launch in the next issue on January 26. Jūami is drawing the manga and posted an image on Twitter on Friday to confirm the announcement.
The manga is a gag comedy series based on Kugane Maruyama's original Overlord light novels. The series celebrates the anime's compilation films, and the title is a play on Overlord: Fushisha no Ō (Overlord: The Undead King), the title of both the light novel's first volume and the first compilation film.
Albedo gets a figure by Good Smile Company and I have to admit the face is a bit too innocent considering Albedo's character but the dress and wings are very intricately detailed
2015's Madhouse anime adaptation of Overlord returned this weekend in compilation movie The Undead King to be followed by The Dark Warrior on March 11th. So, it's a good time for Good Smile Company to launch sales for an Albedo scale figure, based on an illustration by character designer so-bin that was seen in the ending theme of the anime series.
From the popular dark fantasy series 'OVERLORD' comes a 1/8th scale figure of the Great Tomb of Nazarick's Floor Guardians Overseer and top ranking NPC in Nazarick - Albedo! The figure is based on an illustration by character designer so-bin that was seen in the ending theme of the anime series.
The figure captures Albedo's peerless beauty in a dainty yet wistful pose. Her black wings are amazingly intricate with each and every feather sculpted separately for impressive detail. Be sure to add the "Pure-White Devil" to your collection and enjoy her beauty by your side whenever you wish!
Jūami wrote the "2-ki Ending o Kangaeyō" (Let's Think About Season 2's Ending) which is posted on the website in honor of the 2nd season coming in January 2018. It will be on the website until February 10.
chrysoprase: Hello likely old stuff to you have watched"In Another World With My Smart Phone"English dubbed I do like it did everyone notice the very subtle bit each ending shows one beauty of the Harime drawing his and Her face on glass her left eye tears interesting.
Jun 5, 2021 1:35:41 GMT
Taka: I misread last time when they announce a remake of the visual novel.
Jun 14, 2021 3:21:58 GMT
Old Man Dream: Been wanting an anime remake for Tsukihime for a while, provided it gets Ufotable at the helm of animating it. Like Fate, but the horse for it's getting squeezed dry enough, especially with its many spinoffs.
Jun 15, 2021 2:32:04 GMT