According to Natalie, Nanae Chrono's manga "Peacemaker Kurogane" will be resumed and Kemuri Karakara's manga "Donten ni Warau" will get a prequel titled "Rengoku ni Warau" (Laughing at the Purgatory). Both of these works will be serialized in a new magazine titled "MUCC: Jidai Katsugekiden-ZAN". This magazine is a collaboration between Animate and MAG Garden Beats. Its first issue will be available on December 24, 2013.
There will also be two special chapters of "Dontei ni Warau" and a one-shot of "Peacemaker Kurogane" included in the same edition. More information regarding the anime adaptation for "Donten ni Warau" will be given out as well.
^ According to Natalie, the sequel of "Donten ni Warau" is 煉獄に笑う Rengoku ni Warau (Laughing at the Purgatory). And it seems to be a prequel because the period is moved from Meiji period back to Sengoku period.
So MAL finally starts locking news threads that are only a few weeks old?
I wonder where was the announcement of this change? Or we are seeing yet another case of changes made that impacted users but not communicated to them?
I wonder how long people would put up with this.
As much as I have a bunch of information to share about anime announced recently I cannot share it in news board, and the anime series is too disorganized and chaotic to share information except with people already interested in the particular series.
I was thrilled reading the news through Natalie today. There was a Peace Maker ANiMiX and now a manga resume!
Looking forward to reading more from the new magazine especially about Donten ni Warau anime adaptation.
tingy said: Oh cool, it's not a sequel but now a prequel? Ahhh can't wait for more information to be released on Donten ni Warau's anime adaptation! So psyched!
Me too, I love the Donten ni Warau manga :D Since it's completed in Japan, I hope the anime will cover the whole story.
Yay a fellow fan ^^ it's only 6 volumes, they better get through all of it. My only worry is how they well they can follow the manga without cutting too much (like with Hakkenden, they fit 7-8 volumes for each cour and cut a lot of stuff out, albeit mostly the unnecessary parts but still). December come fast!