Get ready for a new manga adventure with Kana Akatsuki’s Shunka Shūtō Daikōsha! Titled Shunka Shūtō Daikōsha Moka Momoyo, this manga adaptation is sure to capture the hearts of readers with its compelling story and beautiful artwork by Yuriko Asami.
Follow the journey of Itechō Kangetsu and Sakura Himedaka as they navigate their roles as the guard officials for the proxies of Winter and Spring. Keep an eye out for the launch date on Kadokawa’s ComicWalker website and the Dengeki G’s Comic section of the Nico Nico Seiga website. Get ready to be swept away by the magic of Shunka Shūtō Daikōsha Moka Momoyo!
Kana Akatsuki’s Shunka Shūtō Daikōsha novel series is getting a new manga adaptation, titled Shunka Shūtō Daikōsha Moka Momoyo. This news comes hot on the heels of a previous manga adaptation of the series, drawn by Nappa Komatsuda, which launched in Hakusensha’s LaLa magazine in July 2022 and will have its first compiled volume published on January 4th.
This latest manga adaptation will be drawn by Yuriko Asami and will be available on Kadokawa’s ComicWalker website and the Dengeki G’s Comic section of the Nico Nico Seiga website. No launch date has been announced yet, but fans of the series are sure to be excited for this new chapter.
Set in a world where the only season is winter, Shunka Shūtō Daikōsha follows the story of Winter, who lives a lonely existence until they create Spring. Summer and Fall are eventually born as well, completing the four seasons. The human children in charge of bringing in each new season every three months are known as the “Proxies of the Four Seasons.”
Kadokawa published the first two volumes of the Shunka Shūtō Daikōsha series, written by Akatsuki and illustrated by Suō, in April 2021. The novels received a top ranking in the 2022 edition of Takarajimasha’s Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi! (This Light Novel Is Amazing!) guidebook’s New Title category. The Summer Dance novels were published in July 2022, with the Archer of the Dawn novel set to be released on January 7th.
Akatsuki is no stranger to success, as their Violet Evergarden novel series won the grand prize in the fifth Kyoto Animation Award program’s novel category in 2014. The series was adapted into a television anime in 2018, followed by a side story anime in 2019 and a theatrical anime sequel in 2020. With so much talent and passion behind Shunka Shūtō Daikōsha, this new manga adaptation is sure to be a hit.
Source – G’s Channel website