J-Novel Club Licenses “Invaders of the Rokujouma?!” Light Novels


Source: J-Novel Club
Summary:

J-Novel Club announced that they licensed the Invaders of the Rokujouma!? light novels. The first three volumes are available to all audiences. J-Novel club members are also able to acces the first part of Volume 23.

New volumes will be released as free offerings on a monthly basis. New chapters starting with Volume 23 will be released for J-Novel Club members on a weekly basis.

Compiled eBooks will be released one month after they hit the J-Novel Club platform.


J-Novel Club announced that they licensed the Invaders of the Rokujouma!? light novels. The first three volumes are available to all audiences. J-Novel club members are also able to acces the first part of Volume 23.

New volumes will be released as free offerings on a monthly basis. New chapters starting with Volume 23 will be released for J-Novel Club members on a weekly basis.

Compiled eBooks will be released one month after they hit the J-Novel Club platform.

To be released: May 3rd, 2017

J-Novel Club Announces the Licensing of “Invaders of the Rokujouma!?” Light Novel Series with Remastered Translation

Warniss translation completely remastered and released as a fully licensed ebook, as well as streaming on j-novel.club for free!

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – May 3rd, 2017 – J-Novel Club LLC is proud to announce the acquisition of a hit light novel series from Hobby Japan, “Invaders of the Rokujouma!?”. The first 3 Volumes (this is not a typo), are available now on j-novel.club to read for… everyone! (this is also not a typo). In addition, the first half of volume 23 is available for J-Novel Club Members.  J-Novel Club will be releasing another volume of the remastered translation EACH MONTH, freely readable for everyone, and selling ebooks of the completed volumes with full images and typesetting 1 month after the release on j-novel.club.  Additionally, new parts from volume 23 and up will be released on j-novel.club on a weekly basis.

The translation is from translator Warnis, who has worked for years on the translation of “Invaders of the Rokujouma!?” and has gone back and remastered his translation for publication on J-Novel Club, as well as being completely edited by one of J-Novel Club’s editors, Megan Denton. As his translation was originally made freely available, J-Novel Club is offering the remastered translation for free worldwide, with the latest volume 23 and up available as Members’ Only prepub releases like the rest of our catalog.

Translator Warnis has a message for newcomers to the series, as well as long-time fans:

“I’ve been translating the series for a good while now, and as a big fan of the series I’m happy to see that it’s finally gotten licensed. I hope you join me on the journey that is Invaders of the Rokujouma!”

J-Novel Club Membership is only $4.50 a month for an annual membership, and gives you a new chapter a week from all 14 of our ongoing series, including “If It’s for My Daughter, I’d Even Defeat a Demon Lord”, “Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest”, “Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash”, “The Faraway Paladin”, “In Another World With My Smartphone”, “Bluesteel Blasphemer”, “Mixed Bathing in Another Dimension”, “How a Realistic Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom”, “Paying to Win in a VRMMO”, “I Saved Too Many Girls and Caused the Apocalypse”, “My Little Sister Can Read Kanji”, and “My Big Sister Lives in a Fantasy World”.

Announced Title List:

Invaders of the Rokujouma!? by Takehaya, Illustrations by Poco

六畳間の侵略者⁉︎  Worldwide English Digital Rights

Just starting high school, Koutarou is moving out on his own to take some of the burden off of his widower father. Lucky for him, he’s found a room at Corona House. It has a great landlord, it’s not too far from school, and best of all, it’s dirt cheap. It really is perfect… except for the strange girls that keep appearing to try and take it over! But even as room 106 turns into a battlefield, Koutarou isn’t willing to give up his apartment without a good fight. The invasion begins!

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