With artwork by Vofan, the front cover of Tsukimonogatari, the upcoming latest light novel in the “-monogatari” series, has been unveiled – and it appears quite splendid as expected, abstractly flowing with life.
Minus any technique, the subject matter alone is quite intriguing here – it’s the girl who proclaims herself to have a poised look with whatever statement she makes. And as for what that means, it’s rather clear for the most part – yet one aspect the sight of this girls says is that whomever has watched merely the anime, and not read the light novels, is surely missing out on some substantial story, particularly given the massive rift between Nisemonogatari, and this soon to arrive “Tsukimonogatari”.
This was already known without the front cover, although the focus of “Tsukimonogatari” is this peculiar girl – and she’s actually quite an intriguing topic indeed, even if for no reason other than she’s not an expendable side-character. Her introduction into Nisemonogatari was fairly abnormal, as are most elements of the “-monogatari” series – and some further development upon her character would certainly prove a captivating adventure to be sure.
More than likely, her presence will also mean that of her master – in which case, there may also be some Kaiki, or perhaps even Oshino on the side as well. And that being said, a series is certainly an impressive one when it leaves an individual quite excited for side-characters – regardless of their stance on justice.
Tsukimonogatari becomes available September 28th – and as one can see, a loli awaits to be read.