Mishima Kurone to Publish a New KONOSUBA Franchise Inspired Art Collection Book in February 2022

Mishima Kurone to release her upcoming KONOSUBA franchise based art collection book in the coming February

Mishima Kurone is back with her new art collection book that will be released soon. Following her February 1, 2017 release, “Mishima Kurone Art Collection Book Cheers!”, Kurone is now putting in order the second edition of her art illustrations book ready for an early 2022 release.

Kurone Mishima's second book "Blessing!!!"
Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko

The second book to be titled “Blessing!! “

The official website of Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko revealed on October 22 that the book is slated to be released on February 1, 2022. The illustrator titled the second edition of her art book” Mishima Kurone Art Collection Book 2 Blessing!! ”

The second book, just like the previous one, “cheers!” will comprise Kurone’s illustrations for the light novel series “KONOSUBA -God’s blessing on this wonderful world!”. The book is highly anticipated by the fans of both Kurone and the Natsume Akatsuki’s KONOSUBA franchise.

Mishima Kurone's first art collection book "Cheers!"
Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko

Mishima Kurone Art Collection Book 2 to include more than illustrations!

In a recent tweet posted by Kadokawa Sneaker announcing the release of Kurone’s art book 2, the company apologized for having kept the illustrator’s fans waiting for a long time. Further, they revealed that the upcoming book not only includes drawings but something even more exciting. In fact, the new book will be larger in volume than that of the previous one.

Mishima Kurone’s second art book will have 148 pages which mean 16 pages more than the first edition. The book includes drawings from the KONOSUBA novel series, along with some drawings of the 2017 TV anime series’s second season have also been included.

In addition, the book will also involve drawings from the “KONOSUBA -God’s blessing on this wonderful world!” feature film, Legend of Crimson. The book will also include a short story that Natsume Akatsuki had written in recent days and costs 3,300 yen (29 USD).