Manga creator Makoto Raiku introduced on Saturday that the Konjiki no Gash!! 2 (Zatch Bell 2) collection will launch on numerous digital e book providers in mid-March. Raiku will announce the exact launch date when it’s determined.

Raiku is greatest identified for his Zatch Bell (Konjiki no Gash!!) manga collection, which he launched in Shogakukan‘s Weekly Shonen Sunday journal in 2001 and resulted in 2007. Shogakukan printed 33 compiled e book volumes for the collection. Viz Media launched the primary 25 volumes of the manga in North America earlier than discontinuing the title. Viz describes the story:

Kiyomaro Takamine is an excellent junior excessive scholar whose inflated ego (and tendency to blow the grading curve) has made him a serious goal for teasing at college. So his father sends him a weird birthday current — an odd little boy named Gash — to assist him make pals and reform his dangerous perspective. Gash brings with him a mysterious pink quantity of spells, and Kiyomaro discovers that Gash has magic powers which are unleashed by studying from the e book! But there are extra surprises to come back, and Kiyomaro’s future is about to alter endlessly!

The manga impressed a 150-episode tv anime that ran from 2003 to 2006, in addition to the Zatch Bell: one hundred and first Devil, and the Zatch Bell: Attack of Mechavulcan anime movies in 2004 and 2005, respectively. Toonami aired 77 episodes of the anime from 2005 to 2007. Viz Media launched the primary 100 episodes of the collection by DVD compilations from 2005 to 2007, and the identical episodes can be found in Crunchyroll.

Raiku stopped working with Shogakukan after settling a lawsuit with the writer concerning 5 shade artwork items by Raiku that the writer had misplaced.

Raiku launched his Animal Land (Dōbutsu no Kuni) manga in Kodansha‘s Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine in 2009, and ended it in 2013. Kodansha printed 14 compiled e book volumes for the collection. Kodansha Comics printed the manga in North America.

Raiku launched the college fantasy manga Vector Ball in April 2016, however abruptly ended it in March 2017.

Source: Makoto Raiku‘s Twitter account through Hachima Kikō