An elemental workshop.

Like the rest of the Infinite Stratos franchise, the manga has been remade – but fans don’t have to worry, it clearly keeps up with the values of the original series, oppai and pantsu more bountiful than ever.

It looks like the artwork took a slight but significant degradation, but at least chest sizes seem to have increased across the board. The heart and soul of Infinite Stratos is still alive and better than ever – and the author of the manga clearly hasn’t forgotten what Infinite Stratos is all about. Perhaps if one is lucky, there may even be some fighting robots in the next chapter.


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