Mangamo To Release Record of Ragnarok Manga Volume 16

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Cアジチカ・梅村真也・フクイタクミ/コアミックス, 終末のワルキューレII製作委員会

Mangamo has announced that it will release the 16th volume of Record of Ragnarok. The first chapter of volume 16 will join Volumes 1-15 on Mangamo beginning November 16, 2022. New chapters will be released every Wednesday. 

All previous volumes of Record of Ragnarok are now available ad-free for subscribers of the Mangamo app. The mobile manga subscription service gives readers unlimited access to hundreds of titles from many Japanese publishers.

The 16th volume features cover art of Hades, king of the Underworld. Chapter 62 of the series will follow his involvement amongst the other deities. Subsequent chapters will follow the epic battle between humanities’ representative Qin Shi Huang and Hades. 

Record of Ragnarok is written by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui and illustrated by Ajichika. It has been serialized in Monthly Comic Zenon by publisher Coamix since November 25, 2017. The manga has been adapted into a 12-episode anime series by Graphinica and premiered on Netflix in June 17, 2021. A second season is currently in production

Mangamo is currently available for iOS on iPhone and iPad on the Apple App Store and for Android on the Google Play Store. The monthly subscription price is US$4.99 for access to a variety of different manga titles such as Loving Yamada at Lv999!, DEATHDEUS: Hero of the Dead, Devil-Chi, Nanase-san’s Crazy Love Obsession, and many more. Readers can read one free chapter per series on Mangamo each day without a paid subscription. 

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Cアジチカ・梅村真也・フクイタクミ/コアミックス, 終末のワルキューレII製作委員会

Viz Media describes the first volume of Record of Ragnarok as: 

The valkyrie Brunhilde has convinced the gods to give humanity a chance at redemption through combat in the Valhalla arena. Seeking a quick end to the proceedings, the gods present their first fighter, Thor, the Norse god of thunder. Facing him is a warrior said to be the strongest in the history of mankind, the legendary general Lü Bu!

Source: press release 

William Moo is a freelance writer who has previously written for OTAQUEST and MANGA.TOKYO. He enjoys watching lots of anime every season and reading from time to time. You can follow him on Twitter @thewriterSITB.
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