Square Enix Manga & Books launched on Friday that it has licensed the YoRHa – Pearl Harbor Descent Record – A NieR:Automata Story, Tokyo Aliens, and The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses manga, and the Final Fantasy VII Remake: Traces of Two Pasts novel. The agency may launch the Final Fantasy VII REMAKE: Material Ultimania Plus e guide on December 13 and NieR Art – Kazuma Kōda Art Collection e guide on October 25. The agency will be releasing a reprint model of the Final Fantasy XIV: Chronicles of Light fast story assortment on October 18.

Square Enix Manga & Books will launch Kazushige Nojima‘s Final Fantasy VII Remake: Traces of Two Pasts novel on November 8.

The agency describes the story:

Follow the two tales of FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE’s heroines, Tifa and Aerith, as they inform the tales of their lives predominant as a lot because the events of the game.

Nojima launched the novel in Japan in July 2021. The novel was obtainable as part of a bundle with the Final Fantasy VII Remake: Material Ultimania Plus e guide. Nojima is a writer for numerous video video games along with Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII, Final Fantasy X, and Kingdom Hearts. He moreover wrote the script for the Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children movie and the Final Fantasy VII: On the Way to a Smile novel.

Square Enix Manga & Books will launch the first amount of Megumu Soramichi’s YoRHa – Pearl Harbor Descent Record – A NieR:Automata Story (YoRHa Shinjuwan Takashika Sakusen Kiroku) manga on December 13.

The agency describes the story:

This manga sequence recounts the events of the 14th Machine War, following the plight of the group of YoRHa® troopers tasked with invading Mt. Ka’ala to destroy the enemy server.

Soramichi launched the manga based mostly totally on the Butai Shōnen YoRHa stage play sequence on Square Enix‘s Manga Up! app in December 2020. Square Enix printed the manga’s first compiled e guide amount in April 2021, and it will publish the second amount on March 7.

Square Enix Manga & Books will launch the first amount of NAOH’s Tokyo Aliens manga on November 8.

The agency describes the story:

Follow the story of Gunji Akira, a highschool scholar in quest of his father’s ghost as he follows in his dad’s footsteps to show right into a police officer, on this sci-fi fantasy manga.

NAOH launched the manga in Square Enix‘s G Fantasy journal in April 2020. Square Enix printed the manga’s fourth compiled e guide amount on January 27.

Square Enix Manga & Books will launch the first amount of Koume Fujichika’s The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses (Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta) manga on December 13.

The agency describes the story:

Middle college scholar Komura falls head-over-heels for his classmate with horrible eyesight on this charming romance manga.

Fujichika launched the manga in Square Enix‘s Gangan Joker journal in November 2018. Square Enix printed the manga’s eighth compiled e guide amount on October 21. Comikey beforehand launched that it had licensed the manga from Square Enix.

Source: Square Enix Manga & Books‘ Twitter account