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Asterisk War Light Novel Series Officially Ends With Volume 17

Yu Miyazaki’s Asterisk War (Gakusen Toshi Asutarisuku) light novel series has officially ended its serialization with volume 17. Media Factory published it from September 25, 2012 to June 24, 2022, with Okiura’s illustrations.

Asterisk War light novel volume 17 cover

A commercial has also been released to promote the final volume of the Asterisk War light novel series. Ai Kakuma, who voiced Julis-Alexia-von Riessfield in the anime adaptation of the series is the one narrating the video:

Promotional video for the ending Asterisk War light novel series

A manga adaptation by Ningen was also published by the same publisher from 2013 to 2016 in Media Factory’s Monthly Comic Alive. It had a total of 5 volumes. Yen Press licensed the Asterisk War light novel series in English and describes the plot as:
The school-city of Rokka-also known as “Asterisk.” Here boys and girls of the Starpulse Generation all compete in the Seibusai-the “star battle festival,” fighting for glory on the greatest combat entertainment stage of the world. Ayato Amagiri has just arrived at one of these academies at the express invitation of its student council president, but when he begins his career by making a dangerous enemy, his life on Asterisk is off to a rough start!

Asterisk War inspired an anime adaptation by A-1 Pictures, which aired from Fall 2015 to the Spring 2016 anime season. Kenji Seto directed the adaptation.

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Source: Official Twitter of MF Bunko
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