Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero

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    Summoned into an alternate world of Alayzard, Ousawa Akatsuki helps defeat the demon lord, brings harmony back into the world and, under the demon lord’s last request, takes the demon’s only daughter back into Akatsuki’s own world.

    It turns out that being teleported into a different world is somewhat of a common occurrence back home. Those who return often come back with the power to use magic. So a worldwide organization, fearing people like Akatsuki, created Babel, a school to teach and keep tabs on the magic users.

    Akatsuki is able to bring the demon lord’s only daughter into Babel as his sister, Ousawa Miu. A new chapter for Akatsuki is about to begin–this time, in his own universe!

    Author: UESU Tetsuto
    Artist: Tamago No Kimi
    Publisher: Hobby Japan
    Status in COO: 11 Volumes (Hiatus)
    Manga Adaption: Yes (Link)
    Anime Adaption: Yes

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    I know there already is a thread for this novel but it can't really be counted as a LN suggestion. A moderator please merge the old? thread (link text) with this one. thanks

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    I have only seen up to volume 3 or so translated, which is sad. Funny story overall with a trained super pervert with questionable logic for the things he does. Not much more i can think to say there

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    The anime was amusing, especially the joke that so many young people have been summoned to other worlds that the returnees need their own high school - university complex.

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    Loved the anime... need more of it to be honest.

    Where did the story end anyways?

  • Any chance of this one being picked up?

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    @zeugin Hobby Japan has a close relationship with JNC, and 11 volumes is a little long but not too bad. Only problem is the older 2012 anime that is mostly forgotten in the west. Not to mention many people may not want to get into it knowing that it is stalled. I don't know anything about the story, but it seems volume 11, which came out in 2013, was not the conclusion.

  • Unless authors have unfortunately passed away, are currently serving a prison sentence, or are too unwell to continue, can’t these publishers give them a good ol’ kick up the arse? I thought Japanese publishers were more ruthless, considering what we know about Japanese corporations and how they operate.

    Each series on hiatus is a financial black hole. Dropping them is the only solution if the author can’t continue for whatever reason.