Square Enix’s Monthly G Fantasy magazine announced in the June issue that Daisuke Hagiwara’s Horimiya manga will be receiving a new 17th compiled book volume titled “A Piece of Memories” on July 18th. This volume will contain four new chapters, including one by the original creator HERO. These chapters will also be serialized for three months in Monthly G Fantasy, starting from the August issue of the magazine.
In addition, the volume will have a special edition that includes the Horimiya Memorial Book bonus track artbook. Furthermore, a new anime adaptation of Horimiya, titled Horimiya -Piece-, is set to premiere in July. This anime will bring to life stories from the original manga that were not covered in the previous adaptation.
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The TV anime made its debut in Japan in February 2021, with Funimation streaming both the subbed and dubbed versions of the show. Alongside this, Hagiwara released a new one-shot manga titled “Tо̄boe wa Akaku Somaru” in Monthly Shonen Gangan in February 2022.
Hagiwara initially launched the Horimiya manga in Square Enix’s Monthly G Fantasy magazine in 2011 as an adaptation of HERO’s Hori-san to Miyamura-kun four-panel school comedy manga. The manga concluded in March 2021, with HERO overseeing its production. Square Enix published the 16th and final compiled book volume of the manga in July 2021, while Yen Press will release the 16th volume on May 23rd. Hagiwara also wrote an epilogue chapter for the manga, which was published in July 2021.
Source: Monthly G Fantasy June issue