The fourteenth volume of the Record of Ragnarok manga came out in Japan in March, and on May 18, it will be available in English on the digital manga app Mangamo. Mangamo has also released the previous thirteen volumes.
VIZ Media, which is releasing Record of Ragnarok in print, has come out with two volumes, and the third is scheduled to be released in July.
Mangamo gave this description of both the new volume and the series:
“In Volume 14, the battle between the Gods and humans reaches a peak. It is Round 7 and the score is tied. The Gods bring out their King, but representing humans is also a King–the very first King of humankind. It’s King vs. King. Volume 14 was just released in Japan in March, and Mangamo is the first to license and release this volume in English.
Record of Ragnarok is written by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui and illustrated by Ajichika, and serialized in Monthly Comic Zenon by publisher Coamix since November 2017. The series follows an epic tournament between 13 notable humans from across history and 13 powerful gods and deities. The manga was adapted as an anime by Graphinica and premiered on Netflix in June 2021. The second season of the anime is currently in production.”
Mangamo costs $4.99 a month, and it offers unlimited access to more than 400 manga volumes, including some titles that are not available anywhere else in English. It gave this description of itself:
“Mangamo publishes the hit title Loving Yamada at Lv999!, as well as over fifty series that make their weekly English debut on the app, including Devil-Chi, Immortal Undertaker, Ghost Story Loop, Ultra-Fem Shishihara-kun, Tokyo Death Game, Nanase-san’s Crazy Love Obsession, You Guys are All Annoying!, I Wanna Be Your Girl, Memento Memori, DEATHDEUS: Hero of the Dead, A Man With A Thousand Skills, Do It or Die and many more…”
Source: Press Release
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