Frieren goes on indefinite hiatus
One of the main serializations of the magazine Weekly Shonen Sunday goes on pause. the manga Freiren of Kanehito Yamada, Tsukasa Abe and Takehiko Yamada enters indefinite pausewithout announcing a date for his return to the pages of the magazine of shogakukan. The work will receive this same year a anime adaptation in the form of a television series, although it does not yet have a release date.
Takehiko Yamada write and Tsukasa Abe draw the winning work for best manga in the 2021 edition of the awards Manga Taishō Awards. A shônen manga of adventures and fantasy starring the elf fried together with his young apprentice who has been published in the pages of the magazine Weekly Shonen Sunday of shogakukan since last year 2020 and which has 9 compilation volumes. The work was also awarded the New Author award in the 25th edition of the awards Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize.
Editorial Standard Manga publication started fried in Spain last May, having already edited the first four volumes of the series. The fourth volume it went on sale on November 25.
The demon king has been defeated and the group of victorious heroes returns home before disbanding. The four of them (the manga Frieren, the hero Himmel, the priest Heiter and the warrior Eisen) look back on their decade-long journey when it’s time to say goodbye. But the passage of time is different for elves, so Frieren witnesses how his companions slowly die one by one.
Before his death, Heiter manages to force a young human apprentice named Fern on Frieren. Driven by the elf’s passion for collecting a vast amount of magical spells, the pair embark on a seemingly aimless journey, revisiting the places the heroes of yore had visited. Throughout his travels, Frieren slowly comes to grips with his regret over missed opportunities to form deeper bonds with his now-deceased comrades.
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