Juuou Mujin no Fafnir Anime-Adaptation-Announced

Juuou Mujin no Fafnir Anime Adaptation Announced

The upcoming 5th volume of Tsukasa and Riko Korie’s light novel series Juuou Mujin no Fafnir has announced that an anime adaptation of the series has been green lit.

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Additionally, the light novel’s website has a countdown timer to July 2nd, which is when the 5th volume is due to release. So keep an eye out on the novel’s website on July 2nd for more information on the anime announcement.

Juuou Mujin no Fafnir Websit Countdown

Juuou Mujin no Fafnir (Unlimited Fafnir) is a light novel series written by Tsukasa and illustrated by Riko Korie. The series began in July 2013 and is published by Kodansha. To date has a total of 4 volumes released. A manga adaptation of the series also launched last year in  Kodansha’s good! Afternoon magazine.

Here is a synopsis of the series from MAL:

With the sudden appearance of the monsters that came to be called Dragons, the world had completely changed. Before long, within the human ace supernatural girls with the power of the dragons, called “D,” were born. The secret existence of the only male “D,” the boy Mononobe Yuu, was forcefully thrown into the school where the girls of “D” gathered—Midgar, where he saw the naked body of one of the students, Iris. Furthermore, meeting his long-lost sister Mitsuki, Yuu seems to have been enrolled into this school…?! “When there’s really no other choice, Iris, I will—kill you.” “Can I really… believe you?” The curtains open as the “one and only story” about the boy who was supposed to become the strongest assassin and the incompetent girl unfolds—! Unlimited School Battle Action!

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Further information about the anime adaptation of Juuou Mujin no Fafnir will release on the light novel’s website on July 2nd.

Source Article and Images – Anime News Network
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