In this year's second issue of Kadokawa publisher's Monthly Dragon Age magazine, it was revealed that the manga written and illustrated by Bcoca, Trinity Seven: Anastasia Seiden (Trinity Seven: Anastasia Holy Story), a spin-off of the written manga By Kenji Saito and illustrated by Akinari Nao, Trinity Seven: 7-nin no Mashotsukai (Trinity Seven: The Seven Magicians) will come to an end with its next chapter on February 9.
Bcoca has been publishing the manga in Kadokawa publisher's Monthly Dragon Age magazine since September 2019. The publisher published the second compiled volume on October 9 in Japan. The manga is described with the following synopsis: "While Arata and the rest of the girls are training to go to Dante's Gate, Anastasia goes to the Bible Academy to investigate a strange event."
Saitou and Nao began publishing the original manga in Fujimi Shobo publisher's Monthly Dragon Age magazine in December 2010. The publisher published the twenty-third compiled volume on June 9, and the twenty-fourth on October 9 in Japan.
The play inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by Seven Arcs Pictures Studios, directed by Hiroshi Nishikiori and scripts written by Hiroyuki Yoshino, released in October 2014. Subsequently, a bilogy of films was released that served as a sequel, titled Trinity Seven Movie 1: Eternity Library to Alchemic Girl and Trinity Seven Movie 2: Heavens Library to Crimson Lord, released in February 2017 and March 2019, respectively.
Trinity Seven Synopsis
Every day is a normal day in the small town where Kasuga Arata lives. However, everything changed on the day of the Black Sun, and after that, a wizard appeared before him. The Black Sun caused the Breakdown Phenomenon, which completely destroyed the city where he lives. Because of this, his normal life was artificially rebuilt by a Grimoire that his childhood friend had left behind. What is the purpose of the magician who comes to town? What will he do with the memory of the Grimoire?
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