Koyuki is the artist behind the Log Horizon spin-off manga, Log Horizon: The West Wind Brigade.
Mamare Touno is an author best known for his sci-fi light novel series, Log Horizon.
Kazuhiro Hara is the artist behind both the Log Horizon light novel series and its manga adaptation.
Even though peace has seemingly been restored to Akiba, unrest churns beneath its surface. Learning that two of his students--the twins Tohya and Minori--have been bound to an unscrupulous guild, Shiroe makes his bid to bring order to the lawless streets. Are his band of handpicked veterans up to the task...?
A message has reached the Round Table, and in response, Shiroe and his comrades leave Akiba on a quest to establish exchange with the Continental Alliance. Meanwhile, the summer training camp where rookie players from every guild will hone their skills begins. Minori and Touya (along with others at their level) face failure after failure as they challenge the dungeons. Without Shiroe to rely on, their abilities will now be tested!
The stronghold of Akiba faces a new threat: a mighty goblin army! In their efforts to rebuild the city, the adventurers of Elder Tales had neglected important quests, and now they reap the consequences. With the revelation that in-game death leads to memory loss of the real world, the stakes have never been higher. And will cutthroat politics destroy tenuous new alliances before the real battle even begins?
In the sort of autumn afternoon that leaves maidens sighing, new enemies arrive in Akiba! And these enemies are more terrifying than any monster--they're human. Worse, their target is the very system at the heart of the city--the Round Table Council! Will the tenuous government that Shiroe has worked so hard to build survive this latest threat?
The unthinkable has happened--murder in the city of Akiba. The Libra Festival's events have left Akatsuki dispirited. Despairing and confused, she wanders the city in search of the murderer and a chance to gain the power and recognition she craves--but feelings alone will not be enough. A new chapter in the Log Horizon epic begins!
To obtain their very own Magic Bags, Touya, Minori, Serara, Isuzu, and Rundelhaus set off on their very first journey as a five-member party! Their quest to find the materials soon becomes a cross-country musical tour, as Isuzu further explores what music means both to her and to the People of the Earth. But no ordinary gig awaits them, because the kids are on their first real adventure without aid. Will they really be safe in this world that's more dangerous than it seems?
When the Catastrophe hit, American Elder Tales player Leonardo was one of the many people trapped. Stuck on the Chinese server with none of his friends and surrounded by thousands of monsters, his situation is hopeless...until a headstrong girl comes to his rescue! Kanami, the former Debauchery Tea Party leader, recruits him for her party. Along with the hero Elias, the blank-faced healer Coppélia, and a strange white horse that can talk, the group resolves to travel to the Japanese server, the only place where the new expansion pack unlocked before the Catastrophe struck. The long trek eastward begins!
The world of Elder Tales was supposed to be fun for everyone, but ever since the 12th expansion pack came out and trapped thirty thousand gamers within its fantastical confines, it's not much fun anymore! Nobody knows how to return to the real world, the food has no taste, and even death is no escape. Since the change, the world has fallen into lawlessness, and a strong guild is a player's only hope for survival. It's amid these dire circumstances that Shiroe sets off across the virtual landscape with his friends Naotsugu and Akatsuki on an adventure of discovery as they try to understand the nature of their new reality. Illustrator Kazuhiro Hara has adapted Mamare Touno's light novel series into a comic that gamers and manga fans alike won't want to miss!
A disastrous expansion of the online RPG Elder Tales has trapped thousands of players inside the game world--among them, the members of a guild known as the West Wind Brigade. As PKs run rampant and suspicious shadows engage in clandestine tactics, Soujirou makes a resolution...!
The West Wind Brigade, a guild trapped in an online game, continues its adventures! A group of evil player killers is disrupting the peace, so it's the Brigade to the rescue--but awaiting them is a sinister trap. Guild master Soujirou must rise to the challenge (if only for the sake of the beautiful ladies in his guild)!
Trapped in the game world of Elder Tales, Soujirou and the fetching lasses of the West Wind Brigade are getting tired of the tasteless food. However, with the sudden appearance of a burger joint, it seems the bland monotony may be at an end--but the quest for the secret to tasty burgers is not going to be as easy as they'd like!
Soujirou is conducting special training in hopes of acquiring power from outside the system. However, right about then, an army of more than ten thousand Goblins appears on the Zantleaf Peninsula! In the face of this unprecedented situation, the West Wind Brigade musters its best fighters and sets off to guard the Ancient Court of Eternal Ice, where the nobles are assembled!
A mysterious Person of the Earth maneuvers covertly in the shadows of the capture of the difficult quest, The Return of the Goblin King. Does he hold the secret to the Adventurers' resurrection?! Soujirou clashes with an eerie, formidable enemy with powers that surpass the common sense of the game! As sparks fly, how will the battle play out?!
After a thief known as the Equipment Hunter suddenly appears in the city of Akiba and attacks people, making off with some weapons and armor, the chase begins for the members of the West Wind Brigade! Soujirou comes along for the ride, along with a mysterious person who looks just like him...!? But there's no time to ask questions-the Knights of the Black Sword have arrived, and an all-out war is about to begin!