The Royal Tutor
  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 1

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 1

    By Higasa Akai

    Accepting the post of royal tutor at the court of the king of Granzreich, Heine Wittgenstein is a little professor with a big job ahead of him! Each of the kingdom's four princes has a rather distinct personality. Does their diminutive new instructor have what it takes to lay down some learning? It's a comedy of educational proportions!

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 1

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 1

    By Higasa Akai

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 2

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 2

    By Higasa Akai

    When the king returns to court, it's time for the princes to prove their mettle. But not everyone's been exactly keeping up with Heine's lessons... (Hint: It's the prince who only scored a one on his assessment test...and that was for signing his name!) Can Heine really whip these boys into shape well enough to rule a country?

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 2

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 2

    By Higasa Akai

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 3

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 3

    By Higasa Akai

    Sometimes kind, sometimes strict, Heine is prepared to employ any means necessary to draw forth his princeling students' potential. But seriously, what's a royal tutor got to do to enjoy a simple, quiet day off?? With royal engagements, reluctant readers, and secret lives seemingly everywhere he turns, Heine may need to up his game if this kingdom is to have any hope for the future at all!

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 3

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 3

    By Higasa Akai

    Sometimes kind, sometimes strict, Heine is prepared to employ any means necessary to draw forth his princeling students' potential. But seriously, what's a royal tutor got to do to enjoy a simple, quiet day off?? With royal engagements, reluctant readers, and secret lives seemingly everywhere he turns, Heine may need to up his game if this kingdom is to have any hope for the future at all!

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 4

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 4

    By Higasa Akai

    Heine's efforts to shape the princelings into worthy successors to the throne continue, but it seems that Bruno in particular is struggling with a bit of a crisis of conscience when it comes to his future. Can he live up to Heine's standards to remain his "apprentice"? More importantly, does he have the courage to carve out his own path?

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 4

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 4

    By Higasa Akai

    Heine's efforts to shape the princelings into worthy successors to the throne continues, but it seems that Bruno in particular is struggling with a bit of a crisis of conscience when it comes to his future. Can he live up to Heine's standards to remain his "apprentice"? More importantly, does he have the courage to carve out his own path?

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 5

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 5

    By Higasa Akai

    Prince Licht's fascination with coffee should come as no surprise given his affinity for his part-time job at the cafe, but when Leonhard suggests the bitter drink should be banned from the kingdom, can Lichie help him develop an appreciation...?

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 6

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 6

    By Higasa Akai

    Heine and the princes have overcome many a difficulty together, deepening the mutual trust between the teacher and his pupils. But even though Heine has walked closely alongside the princes as they slowly come into their own, the royal tutor himself still remains a mystery to them. When Count Rosenberg claims to know who he really is, could Heine's secretive past become public knowledge?

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 7

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 7

    By Higasa Akai

    Princes Kai, Bruno, Leonhard, and Licht have been making great strides thanks to an excellent education from Heine, the royal tutor. Even so, with the return of Prince Eins, the eldest of the brothers and heir apparent to the crown, the wall they must climb in the struggle to become the most qualified candidate for the throne looks more colossal than ever. Can the four younger princes stand up to their biggest rival?

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 8

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 8

    By Higasa Akai

    Kai makes a friend at school and invites him over to the palace for tea. He asks his brothers for help in making conversation, but is that really such a good idea...? Then it's a battle of wits when Heine joins the princes (and princess!) for a game in the courtyard. After all the time they've now spent under his tutelage, can the students finally overcome the master?

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 9

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 9

    By Higasa Akai

    Prince Licht once again finds himself caught between his role as a prince and his desire to have some fun in his life. How will he react when the count offers his assistance?

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 10

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 10

    By Higasa Akai

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 11

    By Higasa Akai

    Some unexpected guests to the royal palace have the princes on their toes! Between acting as gracious hosts and testing their language skills, what additional lessons will the prospective heirs to the throne learn from their visitors?