Adaptation announced for comic fantasy manga by Kagiji Kumanomata about a princess napping in the demon realm
Good news for all you fans of hardcore napping out there: Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle (known as Maojo de Oyasumi in Japan), a comic fantasy manga by Kagiji Kumanomata about a princess who just wants to get some shut-eye despite being held captive in the demon realms, is being adapted into a TV anime.
The announcement was made in the 42nd issue of the 2019 print run of Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday manga magazine, which was published today in Japan. No further details about the TV anime production (such as the cast, the staff, or the release date) have yet been revealed.
So far, 12 collected volumes of the Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle manga have been published in Japan, and an English language version of the series is also published by Viz Media, who describe the story of Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle as follows:
She decides to while away the hours by sleeping, but getting a good night’s rest turns out to be a lot of work! She begins by fashioning a DIY pillow out of the fur of her Teddy Demon guards and an “air mattress” from the magical Shield of the Wind. The princess’s hapless demonic guards soon discover that their captive expects to be treated like, well, a princess. Things go from bad to worse—for her captors—when some of Princess Syalis’s schemes end in her untimely—if temporary—demise and she chooses the Forbidden Grimoire for her bedtime reading…
Source: Comic Natalie
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