Our Dreams At Dusk’s Yuhki Kamatani Launches Manga About Female WW2 Soviet Sniper

Hayakawa Publishing introduced on Wednesday that it’ll open a brand new manga web site named Hayacomic on July 23. The location will launch with a manga adaptation of Tōma Aisaka’s Dōshi Shōjo yo, Teki o Ute (Shoot the Enemy, Comrade Girls) novel by manga creator Yuhki Kamatani. The location may even launch with variations of Agatha Christie‘s basic thriller novel And Then There Have been None by Aya Nikaidō, and an adaptation of Stanisław Lem’s science fiction basic Solaris by Takehito Moriizumi.

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Rasenjin Hayami, manga creator and supervisor of the War’s Unwomanly Face manga, is supervising the manga adaptation of Dōshi Shōjo yo, Teki o Ute. Each manga middle on feminine Soviet troopers through the Second World Struggle.

Aisaka’s unique novel is his debut work, and shipped in November 2021. The novel’s story begins in 1940, centering on Soviet citizen Serafima, who lives in a small village exterior Moscow. She hunts deer collectively together with her mom, and enjoys her friendship together with her childhood pal Mikhail. When the Germans invade the Soviet Union, her village is caught up within the offensive, with all her family and friends dying or lacking because of this. Saved solely by a Purple Military pressure, Serafima joins the Purple Military and trains as a scout sniper in an all-female unit of snipers, swearing vengeance on her enemies.

The novel gained the Agatha Christie Award in 2021, and was nominated for the Naoki Award in 2022. The guide’s epilogue encompasses a cameo from real-life journalist Svetlana Alexievich, the creator of the award profitable guide Struggle’s Unwomanly Face, additionally specializing in feminine Purple Military troopers. Struggle’s Unwomanly Face was itself tailored right into a manga by Keito Koume (Spice & Wolf manga), with supervision by Rasenjin Hayami.

Kamatani revealed the 14-volume Nabari No Ou manga in Square Enix‘s Monthly G Fantasy journal from 2004 to 2010. Yen Press released the manga in English. The manga inspired a tv anime collection in 2008, and Funimation released the anime in North America in 2009.

Kamatani launched the Our Dreams At Dusk: Shimanami Tasogare manga within the first challenge of Shogakukan‘s seinen journal Hibana in March 2015, and moved it to the Manga ONE app when Hibana ended serialization in August 2017. The manga ended with the fourth quantity in 2018. Seven Seas released the manga in English.

Kamatani launched the Hiraeth: The End of the Journey (Hiraeth wa Tabiji no Hate) manga in Kodansha‘s Morning two journal in October 2020, and ended it in Could 2022. Kodansha USA Publishing released the manga in English digitally,

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