The latest anime adaptation of the beloved Japanese manga by Katsuhiro Otomo is getting a new chapter.
The company behind the hit series announced that a new volume of the series, titled “Shingeko no Kyoukai,” will debut on December 15.
The first issue will contain the manga’s second arc, “Saku ni Naritai,” which takes place six months after the end of the main story.
The series was originally released in 1999.
The publisher, Dengeki Bunko, will release the first volume in North America and Europe on January 27.
“Shesaku ni Kyouai” follows a boy named Takako who is bullied by classmates for her cute and perky appearance.
After her teacher gets bullied by another boy, Takako discovers that the bullying is actually a ritual to summon demons.
Takako eventually learns that demons can be summoned through blood, and eventually transforms into a demon lord.
The “Sheeksu” is a Japanese word that means “dorm” or “home,” and the manga follows the exploits of two girls named Riko and Akari.
“Shinshin no Shippu” will also be published on December 16, with an English translation due in early 2019.
The title of the first arc of the new volume is unknown, but fans have been speculating that it’s an adaptation of an upcoming video game.
A sequel, “Shippu no Shikkaku,” is slated for release on January 6.
The manga was also adapted into two television anime series: “Shokugeki no Souma: The First One” in 2016, and “Shoujo Shounen no Yuusha” in 2017.