Sword Art Online: Project Alicization, the manga ends

Sword Art Online: Project Alicization, the manga ends

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Sword Art Online: Project Alicization, manga adaptation of the light novel series written by Reki Kawahara, thanks to Koutarou Yamada, formerly in charge of the manga adaptation of Sword Art Online: Phantom Bullet, is approaching its conclusion scheduled for 11 June. The Dengeki PlayStation Comic website on which it is published announced the announcement.

Sword Art Online: Project Alicization in Italy

The Sword Art Online: Project Alicization manga has been serialized on rivist to Dengeki G's Magazine from the August 2013 issue to the May 2014 issue, to then be transferred to Dengeki G's Comic starting from the June 2014 issue. The story follows the adventures of Kirito in the close-ups of Aincrad.

The Italian edition of the manga series is edited by J-POP, for a total of four volumes published.

Kirito is hired by a powerful company to help develop artificial intelligences. His task will be to immerse himself, without memory, in a virtual world populated by AI to understand how their mind works. In this place where time is relative, years of adventure await!

Sword Art Online: Project Alicization is part of the narrative arc of Sword Art Online: Alicization, whose light novel is still being published for J-POP:

«Where… me I find?"

Once awakened, Kirito sees around him a forest of gigantic trees…

Has he ended up in a virtual fantasy world?

Wandering around looking for some clues, he meets a boy. «My name is Eugeo. Very pleased, Kirito. "

The boy, who is an inhabitant of that world, that is an NPC, is in possession of a great variety of emotions, identical to the human ones.

As their friendship deepens, memories of the past resurface in Kirito's mind, dating back to when he was a child and went around the countryside with Eugeo and there was another one with them person: a girl with long golden hair. Her name was Alice.

That name had to be important and he shouldn't have forgotten it…

Sword Art Online: the franchise

Sword Art Online was born as a series of light novels written by Reki Kawahara and illustrated by abec, published by ASCII Media Works under the Dengeki Bunko label since April 10, 2009. The work was based on the manga published by Kadokawa, two series of light novel spin-offs, a film and numerous video games. The Italian edition of the main light novel series and manga is edited by J-POP under the BD Editions label.

Sword Art Online's first anime season was announced in Japan in 2011. Episodes were streamed by Crunchyroll. In Italy, the anime was licensed to Dynit, which released the episodes, subtitled in Italian, starting April 15, 2013.

The second season, covering the Phantom Bullet, Calibur and Mother's strings Rosario, debuted in Japan on July 5, 2014. In Italy, the rights were then acquired by Dynit, which distributed the entire series dubbed in Italian on January 1, 2017 on Netflix. The third season Sword Art Online: Alicization, which covers the entire Alicization story arc of the original series of novels, has been split into two parts.

The first, Alicization, aired between October 2018 and March 2019 ; the second, Alicization - War of Underworld, was broadcast in two parts: the first from October to December 2019, the second from July to September 2020. In Italy, the series was distributed by Dynit in simulcast on the VVVVID platform with Italian subtitles , to then publish it dubbed in Italian in two DVD and Blu-ray Disc boxes of 12 episodes each in 2019

An animated film entitled Sword Art Online - The Movie: Ordinal Scale was also taken from the series, distributed in Italian cinemas dubbed in Italian by Dynit together with Nexo Digital between 13 and 14 June 2017.

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