While doing my usual leecher activity=reading
Light Novels fanfictions at TranslatorsGods‘ sites, I got to know a wonderful news: KonoSuba is getting another spin-off!! Here’s what yuNS-sama reported while giving us lowly leechers the short story of Volume 3:
– Dust from KonoSuba/Gifting will be getting his own spinoff!
The (tentative) translated title is: A spotlight for (even) this fool! Gifting this Wonderful World with Blessings! Extra. Is this excellent supporting character really wonderful?
Natsume & Kurone will not be the one’s writing and illustrating this story, instead, it will be written by HiruKuma and Illustrated by Yuuki Magure.
“No money, no women!” The (self-proclaimed) carry of Axel, the delinquent Dust, is suffering from a chronic case of empty-wallet. Whilst the newbie adventurer Kazuma continues to steadily make a name for himself –, Dust is busy setting people up in scams, selling stolen products, ripping off noble ladies, and the like. ‘Let’s make some money today too!’ Whilst he was doing so, he was told an ominous prophecy by the great devil Vanir: “Thou hast a interesting future ahead.”
I’m so darn hyped. I’m trying to rip my clothes off by the excitement. Not only because I’m really curious about Dust’s past, but also because… naturally, we will get more glorious comedy.
I freaking love this series (well, duh. Obviously I love all the series I write something about).
By the way…
– Both releases, Gifting and Akashic, are in the editing phase (still).
Editor: Keel the Swift, Deus-ex-Machina
…many thanks for your hard and godly work! I sincerely don’t understand why people press for releases, not to be offensive, but I believe that just being able to get to read these wonderful tales thanks to Translators-sama’s efforts is enough. They should be free to release at their own pace, it is not their duty, but merely something they do out of passion for the series (that’s what I believe at least).
Oh, and because why not, let me express my thanks (to yuNS-sama) for the cover of Volume 12 too!
Just doing what a lowly leecher otaku who doesn’t understand japanese can do: sharing the great works of Gods (Translators-sama). To give them the limelight they deserve.