J-Novel Club Kicks Off Crowdfunding for Invaders of the Rokujouma!? Print Edition

Kickstarter campaign seeks to fund a physical release of a 10 volume omnibus set collecting the main series

A banner image for the Invaders of the Rokujouma!? print edition Kickstarter campaign, featuring artwork of the main characters of the light novel series written by Takehaya and illustrated by Poco.


J-Novel club is hosting a Kickstarter campaign that seeks crowdfunding for a physical print release of a 10 volume omnibus edition set that covers the main storyline of Invaders of the Rokujouma!?, a fantasy / science fiction / romantic comedy light novel series written by Takehaya and illustrated by Poco about a young man who tries to keep his incredibly cheap apartment clear of a host of invading aliens, magical girls, and other weird visitors.


The Kickstarter campaign is now live and (at the time of this writing) has already reached its 1st stretch goal for collector's boxes. Additional stretch goals include digital releases for the audio drama CDs (at the $70,000 mark) and physical releases for the audio drama CDs (at the $85,000 mark). Please check out the above link for more information.


The cover of volume 21 of Invaders of the Rokujouma!? featuring an illustration by Poco.


J-Novel Club describes the story of Invaders of the Rokujouma!? as follows:


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!


Invaders of the Rokujouma!? has also been adapted into a 2014 TV anime with direction by Shin Onuma and animation production by Silver Link under the title INVADERS of the ROKUJYOMA!?. The TV anime is available on home video from Sentai Filmworks, and it is also currently streaming on Crunchyroll.


Source: Official press release


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