The headband of the eleventh compilation volume of the written sleeve and illustrated by Ryouko Kui, Dungeon Meshi (Delicious in Dungeon), reported that the work is close to entering its Argumental Climax. This type of advertisements are usually interpreted as history is on its final stretch.
Kui began the publication of the manga in the journal of the Kadokawa publisher in February 2014. The publisher published the eleventh compilation volume on September 15 in Japan. The manga was nominated in the ninth edition of the Taisho Manga Awards in 2016, and more recently it was nominated in the twelfth edition of the same event in 2019.
The Sleeve Series also managed to enter the list of men's readers' recommendations, Kono Manga Ga Sugoi!, And got the tenth third position in the 2015 Recommendation Ranking of the Da Vinci magazine in Japan. Trigger studies produced a commercial of thirty seconds in 2019 to promote the launch of the eighth volume collector.
Synopsis of Dungeon Meshi
After the golden kingdom is sunk underground by a magician insane, his king emerges, promising all his treasure to whoever defeats the magician, before falling apart. The guilds are encouraged by this promise and cross the labyrinthine dungeon in search of the magician. LAIOS, the leader of one of these guilds, meets a dragon that annihilates the group of him and devours the sister of him Falin. Despite having lost all the supplies and belongings of him, LAIOS, along with Marcille, an elven healer, and Chilchuck, a Halfling thief, immediately enter the dungeon, determined to save Falin.
As time is essential, LAIOS suggests the taboo from eating the monsters of the dungeon as a means of gathering provisions. When they prepare their first meal in the dungeon, a dwarf called Senshi stops them. A monster cooking enthusiast, he helps them prepare their monster ingredients for a safe consumption. After knowing the circumstances of Layas, Senshi expresses his desire to cook a dragon and joins the guild of him, thus starting his raid together in the dungeon full of food.
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