Through his official Twitter account, the author of the Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi (Redo of Healer) light novels, Rui Tsukiyo, gladly shared that the first seven compilation volumes of the manga adaptation by Souken Haga will be reprinted by the recent high flow of sales.
“All volumes, except the most recent, of the manga adaptation of Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi, will be reprinted! They will be available on the market in mid-March. By the time the anime started streaming, quite a few copies had already been reprinted, but it has sold so well that there is already a need to do more. Sales of the digital version are also very strong and we hope to update the official number of copies in circulation soon. Thank you all for your support! I'll do my best in anime, novels, and manga! ”Wrote the author.
Rui Tsukiyo began publication of the novels through the independent service Shousetsuka ni Narou in December 2016 and they are still in publication. Subsequently, the Kadokawa publishing house, through the Sneaker Bunko label, began its publication on paper in July 2017, with nine volumes released to date.
A twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by TNK studios, under the direction of Takuya Asaoka and scripts written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, has been broadcast since January 13 in Japan. The animated adaptation airs in two versions, one censored through television and one uncensored through the AT-X service.
Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi Synopsis
"Healing wizards cannot fight alone." Keare, who has always been tormented by this logic, was always exploited over and over again by others. But one day he noticed what lay beyond healing magic, and he became convinced that healing wizards are the strongest class of all. However, when he discovered this potential it was too late. Therefore, he decides to go back in time for four years, ready to rebuild his life. This is the heroic story of the healing sorcerer who became the strongest warrior, using his past life knowledge and healing magic.
Source: Official Twitter Account
© 月夜 涙 (原著), 羽 賀 ソ ウ ケ ン (著), し お こ ん ぶ (デ ザ イ ン) / KADOKAWA