Hey space heaters, it’s me again. Yep, your favorite, best reporter ever is back.
Yep, Sam’s goofing off again. Yes, it’s careless of her to do this after taking an unplanned night off, but who am I to judge? Oh, right… I’m me.
Anyway, Yen Press announced that they launched a manga spinoff of one of those light novels with the impossibly long titles. Specifically, they kicked off the manga edition of I’m a Behemoth, an S-Ranked Monster, but Mistaken for a Cat, I Live as an Elf Girl’s Pet by Taro Shinonome and illustrator Mitsuki Yano. The series is available at major retailers starting today, including Amazon, Right Stuf, and Barnes & Noble.
So, yeah… consume and enjoy, meatbags.
What? You want to know more? Fine…
Anyway, the title, which launched in Hakusensha’s Young Animal in 2018, is based on Nozomi Ginyoku’s light novel of the same name. Yen Press describes it as:
You’ve got to be kitten me!
A proud knight, slain in battle, finds himself alive once more-reincarnated in the body of a fearsome behemoth. As if he wasn’t confused enough by this turn of events, apparently behemoth cubs look exactly like adorable kittens?! Even if the rest of the world sees him as soft and cuddly, he has the honor of a noble warrior and the strength of an unstoppable S-ranked monster, both of which will be put to the test as he fights to protect the beautiful elf who has taken him as her pet!
Now don’t tell Sam that I don’t give you anything. ‘Kay?
Source: Yen Press (Email Communication)