Light Novel Volume 18 is the 18th volume of the In Another World With My Smartphone light novel series written by Patora Fuyuhara with illustrations by Eiji Usatsuka.
The two continents have finally collided, but the dawn of this new world is quickly overcast by a sinister bombardment from the space between worlds. What foul machinations has the wicked god orchestrated? Touya may not live to find out! The unstoppable Grand Duke of Brunhild has finally met his match in the form of a poison that can render he and everyone he loves completely powerless! Pack your antidotes and prepare for a tale of swords, sorcery, and drones!
- Chapter I - The Divine Venom (神魔毒?)
- Interlude - Dragonslayer (ドラゴンスレイヤー?)
- Chapter II - A Muddled World (混迷する世界?)
- Chapter III - It's War! The Battle on Coastal Waters (激闘海岸?)
- Chapter IV - The White Crown (白の王冠?)
Here we are again. We’re at the end of another In Another World With My Smartphone volume. Did you enjoy the ride?
The battle against the wicked god is coming next volume, and we’ll finally see how it ends. Will we finally see the thrilling conclusion to Touya’s journey, too? Nope. No way. The series isn’t ending next volume.
Thankfully, we’re still a ways off from the end yet. I appreciate your support along the way.
You might not know this, but the next volume has a special release in Japan that’ll come with a Drama CD. This is a follow-up to the Drama CD that came out with the special release of Volume 16. Thanks to everyone’s hard work, we managed to get it made pretty fast.
The readers asked for it, and I’m here to deliver. We’ve even gotten more of the heroines involved this time around.
The previous Drama CD had a reprint, so fans in Japan can still check it out. We’re producing more copies for the next volume’s release, too.
But since we’re only making a little more, I hope my readers in Japan buy it while they can.
The Drama CD has a bath scene, too... If you close your eyes, you might just be able to see it with your mind’s eye. Just as good as an illustration, right? No? Fair enough.
Now, time for my thanks.
Thank you to Eiji Usatsuka. Your stuff is as good as ever. I loved the cover illustration of this volume. Seeing Yae struggle to knit was great.
Thank you to Tomofumi Ogasawara. I’m glad that we finally got to portray Lu’s Waltraute in a dynamic illustration. Now we’ve finally seen all of the Valkyrie Gears in illustrated form. I’m happy beyond words.
Obviously, K, and everyone else at Hobby Japan’s editorial department.
Thank you to everyone involved with this publication.
And, of course, to everyone who supported me on Shousetsuka ni Narou,
I thank you as well. Thank you so much.