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Viz Media Sets ‘Astra Lost in Space’ Digital Manga Sale

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Itʼs the first day of Planet Camp, and Aries Spring couldnʼt be more excited!
© Kenta Shinohara / Shueisha · Astra Production Committee Beyond Us

Based on the work by Sket Dance creator Kenta Shinohara, Astra Lost in Space is currently working through its anime adaptation and that means it’s a great time for a sale. Viz Media has put the series up for sale on ComiXology where the five-volume run is on sale for $4.99 per volume. This shaves a few bucks off the backlist digital price and half the print price.

The sale runs through August 5th, 2019.

The manga ran in the Shonen Jump+ app and it saw a print release in North America in English through Viz Media. It was also a bit of an experimental series as it had a voice drama that ran alongside the manga. The series began in 2016 and wrapped up in late 2017 with five volumes total.

The anime adaptation has set Masaomi Ando to direct based on the scripts by Norimitsu Kaiho. Keiko Kurosawa is working on the character designs with studio Lerche handling the animation production.

Check out the official site and Twitter.

Plot Concept: Itʼs the first day of Planet Camp, and Aries Spring couldnʼt be more excited! She, along with eight other strangers, leave for Planet McPa for a weeklong excursion. Soon after they arrive, however, a mysterious orb appears and transports them into the depths of space, where they find an empty floating spaceship…


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