Gate: jieitai kano chi nite, kaku tatakaeri" ゲート 自衛隊 彼の地にて、斯く戦えり manga
Gate: jieitai kano chi nite, kaku tatakaeri ゲート自衛隊彼の地にて、斯く戦えり ( translatable in Gate: in that land, the self-defense forces fight like this) has seen its transposition into manga format starting from Takumi's light novels Yanai still to be published, with illustrations by Daisuke Izuka, making an appearance since 2011 on the AlphaPolis website with the adaptation carried out by Satoru Sao.
For those who have seen the anime, the manga publication follows the events shown, or it would be better to say that the TV series follows what the manga shows given the date of its airing: D, with the addition of many more details that make it very interesting to read.
The drawings are pleasant, there is less censorship than the animated series that was broadcast on television and there is greater introspection of the characters, giving us the opportunity to get to know them better.
I found the manga series interesting and cute, pleasant to read and flowing. I was pleased to find details that I have not seen in the animated series (also very popular and loved). Here too, perhaps more than in the anime, it pushes towards a sort of "self-celebration" of the Japanese Self-Defense Forces but this is not surprising, given the controversial feelings that the Japanese themselves have towards this military corps which, however, cannot be (because of the constitution "imposed" by the Americans after the war).
For those who have not seen the anime and would like to get an idea, read our review on the anime transposition, it will help you better understand the television transposition.