Kainushi wa Akuma Vol. 9 Ch. 21

Read chapter 21 here.

We’re getting closer and closer to the end of the series. Two more volumes and it will be complete. Who else is excited?


New Project: Majo to Kiketsu no Kishi

Majo to Kiketsu no Kishi will be my next project. It is the same author as Kainushi wa Akuma and Keishichou Tokuhanka 007. Praise Kaji Eiri for her amazing works!

The chapters are quite long, similar to KG@A (~70 pages). I hope everyone will enjoy reading this series!

Sidenote: I am working on getting in contact with the scanlation group currently working on Kainushi wa Akuma in hopes of offering them my help. I will provide any updates if necessary.

Next Project

With the ending of KG@A, I’m thinking about another project (or even multiple projects) to work on. I’m still waiting on translations for the side chapters of KG@A, let me know if you or someone you know may be interested in translating those chapters. They aren’t very long, probably less than 10 pages per side chapter.

One project I’ve already mentioned months ago that I would be interested in picking up was Ayakashiou no Hanayome, another manga by Kakizaki Muku.

Otherwise, there were a couple suggestions to projects I could pick up. In that case, I would prefer to get the permission from other scanlation groups and see if I have access to the raw chapters/translations as well.

EDIT/UPDATE: I am extending my help to certain series that I personally want to see being completed. With that being said, please shoot me a DM or come chat with us at our Discord. Some supporters have voiced their opinions on what they would like to see be completed.

KG@A Vol. 12 Chapter 28 & 29

Read Ch. 28 online here.
Read Ch. 29 online here.

I was overly excited since there were only two chapters left, so I just wanted to finish them both.

It feels bittersweet, I can’t believe it’s over. I’ve been discussing with a couple people on possible idea projects. As of right now, I’m still unsure. But be on the lookout!

Thank you everyone for your continuous support. I hope you enjoyed reading KG@A!