In the July edition of Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine, unveiled this year, it was announced on Friday that the manga “I’m Standing on a Million Lives” (100-Man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatteiru) by Naoki Yamakawa and Akinari Nao is embarking upon its “ultimate confrontation.”
Kodansha USA Publishing has taken up the task of releasing the manga in English, providing an impeccable rendition. The manga, renowned for its captivating storyline, now graces the English-speaking audience with its compelling narrative and remarkable artwork.
Ninth-grader Yusuke Yotsuya is pragmatic, devoid of friends, and uninvolved in any extracurriculars. However, their mundane existence takes an extraordinary turn when they, along with two female classmates, are abruptly transported to a parallel realm. In this perilous new world, their survival hinges on cooperative combat. Yotsuya, known for their independent nature, must confront the paradox of their solitary disposition as they navigate their unexpected role as a hero. Brace yourself for an unparalleled fantasy tale that will shatter your preconceived notions of the genre!
Yamakawa and Nao initiated the manga’s publication in Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine during June 2016.
This manga became the catalyst for a television anime, with its first season debuting in October 2020. Impressively, all 12 episodes of the anime were completed three months prior to the scheduled October release. Crunchyroll offered a simultaneous streaming service for the anime during its airing in Japan.
Continuing its success, the second season graced the screens in July 2021. Crunchyroll maintained its streaming partnership, delivering the season in real-time to its eager audience.
Source | Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine July issue