Continuatation of Zero no Tsukaima Light Novels After Author’s Passing

Zero no Tsukaima‘s ending was dictated by late author Noboru Yamaguchi

zero no tsukaimaSou Yurugi, the editor-in-chief for the MF Bunko J imprint of Kadokawa (Media Factory), announced on Thursday that the imprint has decided to continue the Zero no Tsukaima (The Familiar of Zero) light novel series.

Author Noboru Yamaguchi was planning the end of the light novel series before he passed away due to cancer in 2013. According to MF Bunko J, he dictated the remaining plot of the series, including its ending, from his sickbed and entrusted it to the editors.

The editors acknowledged that the publisher has received a steady stream of requests to continue the series from fans, and added that the late novelist’s family also expressed their desire that the series be completed.

Media Factory published the 20th of 22 planned volumes in February of 2011. Zero no Tsukaima F, the fourth and final

Source

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-06-25/the-familiar-of-zero-light-novels-to-continue-after-author-passing/.89697

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3 thoughts on “Continuatation of Zero no Tsukaima Light Novels After Author’s Passing”

  1. Anyway, your reference is the anime version right?

    The original novel and the anime are very different (I’ve read so I can say)

    No reason to worry about this

    Pd: Is really sad that some authours have deceased before to finish their masterpiece. For me the biggest hit was Trinity blood’s

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  2. Looks like the Light Novel is going to get a continuation.

    But I think that won’t affect my Fanfiction as it is set in the far future and I am changing a lot of things after all….

    Like

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