The manga adaptation of the 2nd/3rd light novel volumes debuted simultaneously last June
© Kaname Seu, Benishake, Takemachi, Kadokawa
This year’s November issue of Kadokawa’s Monthly Comic Alive magazine published the final chapters that will launch the second and third parts of the manga adaptation of the light novel series Spy Kyōshitsu (Spy Kyōshitsu or Spy Room). of Takemachi on Wednesday. The magazine also revealed that the manga is getting a fourth season and details will be announced in the next issue.
Kadokawa will publish the second compilation volume for both parts on November 17.
Both the second and third seasons of the manga debuted in Monthly Comic Alive in June 2022, and their serializations were released concurrently. Benishake drew the adaptation for the second novel volume, while Kaname Seu returned to draw the adaptation for the third volume.
Seu launched the novel’s first manga adaptation in Monthly Comic Alive magazine in May 2020 and ended it in May 2020. April 2022.
Takemachi launched the light novel series with illustrations by tomari in January 2020. Yen Press is publishing the light novel series and manga adaptation in English, and describes the story:
After a brutal military conflict, nations waged war in the shadows. A special agent, Klaus, has never failed at his job despite his eccentricities, and he is building a team to take on an Impossible Mission—a mission with more than 90% chance of failure. However, the members he chose were all failures with no real experience. They’ll have to use every trick in the book (and some that aren’t) to prove they’re up to the task!
The manga inspired an anime series and the first season premiered in Japan last year in January. HIDIVE streamed the anime as it aired. The second season premiered on July 13. HIDIVE also aired this season.
Source: Monthly Comic Alive November issue
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