Sunday Webry website publishes 1 side story manga every day from Monday to Friday
Kodoani.com – Shogakukan’s Sunday Webry manga website announced on Monday that the manga Freeze: Beyond Journey’s End (Sōsō no Frieren) by Kanehito Yamada and Tsukasa Abe will receive five side stories Monday through Friday.
The site launched Kassan’s “Chūbō no Frieren” (Frieren of the Kitchen) dining spinoff manga on Monday. The manga’s story follows how Frieren makes an oversized hamburger for Stark’s birthday.
Ren Miura’s “Yūsha Himmel no Bōkentan” (The Adventures of Brave Himmel) manga launched on Tuesday. The manga tells the story of Himmel and Heiter, who both grew up in the same orphanage, and how Himmel transforms from a fake sword-wielding hero into a real hero who eventually defeated the Devil. king.
Jona’s “Frieren wa Ningen wo Shiritai” (Frieren Wants to Learn About Humans) manga will launch on Wednesday. The reverse comedy manga tells how the strongest Elf mage Frieren takes on the challenge of playing kendama.
Kazumi Yamaguchi’s “Himmel Tabi Nikki” (“Himmel’s Travel Diary”) manga will launch on Thursday. The manga follows the unexpectedly joyful journey of Himmel’s group.
Sōichi Igarashi’s “Yorimichi no Frieren” (Frieren’s Detour) manga will launch on Friday. The manga’s story focuses on Frieren’s detour adventures in a dungeon full of imitations, after defeating the Demon King.
Yamada and Abe launched the Fieren: Beyond Journey’s End manga in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine in April 2020. Shogakukan published the manga’s tenth compiled book volume on March 16.
The manga has won several awards, including the New Creators Award for the 25th Annual Tezuka Osamu Cultural Awards in 2021 and the 14th Manga Taisho Awards in 2021. Additionally, the manga series The manga has been nominated for Best Shōnen Manga for the 45th Kodansha Annual Manga Awards in 2021 and the 46th Awards in May 2022. The American Academy of Sciences (GNCRT) has included the manga in its list of the ten best graphic novels of 2022 for adults to read.
The manga is adapting a television anime that will premiere this fall.