Parallel World Pharmacy Mangadex

Parallel World Pharmacy Mangadex

A Japanese glorious novel series Parallel World Pharmacy Mangadex written by Liz Takayama and illustrated by Keepout. It began serialization online in July 2015 on the user-generated novel publishing site Shōsetsuka ni Narō. It was later acquired by Media Factory, which has published eight volumes under its MF Books imprint since January 2016. A manga adaptation with art by Sei Takano has published online via Kadokawa Shoten’s ComicWalker website since November 2016. It collected in eight tankōbon volumes. An anime television series adaptation of Diomedéa will air from July to September 2022.

Mangadex’s introduction to the parallel world of pharmacy

A young pharmacologist and scientist in Japan died of overwork and is reborn in a medieval parallel Europe. Reincarnated as a 10-year apprentice to a famous royal court apothecary. He had acquired an inhuman ability to see through disease, material creation, and material destruction.

In a society where dubious medical practices are widespread, the pharmacy guild’s monopoly, price gouging and good medicine are not available to the common man. He was then recognized by the emperor and opened a pharmacy in the corner of the city. He will root out the deception that is consuming the world and provide ordinary people with a truly effective medicine developed using current pharmacology. So the young pharmacist will cheat by using his previous knowledge. To develop innovative medicines while helping the people in the parallel world. A story of the whole life of his new life this time. The popular light novel now comes in manga form.

Parallel World Pharmacy Mangadex

 The main idea

In his lifelong obsession with developing new medicines to help people, Kanji Yakutani, a Japanese medical researcher, dies of overwork. Much to his surprise. He is reborn in another world of medieval culture, where good medical treatment is an affordable privilege only for the rich. In his new life as Pharma de Médicis, he discovers that. He has received a divine blessing from Panacteos, the god of medicine, common to the nobility of this world. With his divine blessing and his preserved knowledge of modern medicine, Pharma sets out to revolutionize. The medical advancements of the other world and make good treatments affordable for common people.


Parallel World Pharmacy Mangadex

 Pharma de Medicis (ファルマ・ド・メディシス, Faruma do Medishisu)Voiced by: Aki Toyosaki  “Japanese”; Morgan Lea “English”A 10-year-old boy who is the alien reincarnation of Kanji Yakutani, a world-renowned medical researcher at T University . Who has created countless medical advances and drugs to fight all diseases. After losing his younger sister Chi to an incurable brain tumor in his youth. Yakutani became obsessed with pharmaceutical research and developing new drugs, which he did in an exemplary manner. This drive led him to die of a heart attack at the age of 31 due to overwork and fatigue. But he is reborn in a medieval world in the famous noble family de Médicis of the San Fleuve kingdom. When he woke up to his reincarnated self. He learned that he previously in a coma after struck by lightning and now behaving differently before the incident.

The divine art bestowed upon him allows Pharma to create water and other basic elements thanks to his knowledge of chemistry and sensing medical abnormalities. But he gained the ability without elements, which is quite rare unlike the original Pharma which only used water. Based spells and abilities. He bears a scar on his shoulder as a visible sign of his blessings from Panacteos, and he no longer casts a shadow. Which was fixed when the church’s bishop gave him an artifact to cast a shadow next to the church’s hidden staff, which was only used by the blessed man who appointed an apostle by the god of medicine.

Eleonore “Ellen” Bonnefoi (エレオノール・ボヌフォワ, Ereonōru Bonufowa)Voiced by: Reina Ueda [3] (Japanese); Trisha Mellon [2] (English)Personal mentor from Pharma. Has so many glasses to replace the glasses she lost. She joins her student to pursue his dreams. Charlotte “Lotte” Soller (シャルロット・ソレル, Sharurotto Soreru)Voiced by: Kaede Hondo [3] (Japanese); Lindsay Seidel[2] (English)A maid for the De Médicis family and a childhood friend of Pharma. She later joins her master as an apothecary assistant.

Empress Elizabeth II (エリザベート二世, Erizabēto Nisei)Voiced by: Shizuka Itō Ruler of the Kingdom of San Fleuve. After Pharma saves her from the – so far incurable – “white disease”, she gives credit to the Médicis and allows Pharma to build her dream pharmacy.

Bruno of Medici(ブリュノ・ド・メディシスBuyuno do Medishisu)Voiced by: Kenji Nomura [4] (Japanese); Chris Ryan(English)The patriarch of the de Médicis family, an archduke and father of Pharma. He is also President of the Imperial School of Pharmacy in Sain Fleuve and later Governor of the Port of Marseirre. At first he doesn’t trust the reborn Pharma until it later proves its worth by healing. The empress with his unusual medical knowledge. Like Pharma, his divine ability is with water. A brilliant pharmacist himself, he is hampered by the limitations of his world’s medical knowledge.

Blanche de Medicis (ブランシュ・ド・メディシス, Buranshu do Medishisu)Voiced by: Maria Naganawa [4] (Japanese); Ariel Graham [2] (English)Pharma’s younger sister whom Pharma cured of her chicken pox. Solomon (サロモン, Saromon)Voiced by: Hiroshi Tsuchida (Japanese); Bradley Gareth (English)A senior inquisitor and later Archbishop of the Diocese of Panacteos. The leading religious order in the San Fleuve Empire. At first he was hostile to Pharma for assuming him to be a demon. But he has since become a close ally after Pharma proved his worth. Camus de Sade (カミュ・ド・サド, Kamyu do Sado)Voiced by: Kazuya NakaiA prior pharmacist and person of the Imperial School of Pharmacy, and preceding friend of Bruno de Médicis. Despite being an infectious disease genius, he is amoral and deranged. For carrying out terrible experiments on living human subjects. He was branded by the diocese that sealed his divine art and banished from San Fleuve. Read more

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