The Royal Tutor
  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 1

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 1

    By Higasa Akai

    Accepting the post of Royal Tutor at the court of the king of Grannzreich, Heine Wittgenstein is a little professor with a big job ahead! Each of the kingdom's four princes has a rather distinct personality. Does their diminutive new instructor have what it takes to lay down some learning? It's a comedy of educational proportions!

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 1

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 1

    By Higasa Akai

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 2

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 2

    By Higasa Akai

    When the king returns to court, it's time for the princes to prove their mettle. But not everyone's been exactly keeping up with Heine's lessons... (Hint: It's the prince who only scored a one on his assessment test...and that was for signing his name!) Can Heine really whip these boys into shape well enough to rule a country?

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 2

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 2

    By Higasa Akai

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 3

    By Higasa Akai

    Sometimes kind, sometimes strict, Heine is prepared to employ any means necessary to draw forth his princeling students' potential. But seriously, what's a royal tutor got to do to enjoy a simple, quiet day off?? With royal engagements, reluctant readers, and secret lives seemingly everywhere he turns, Heine may need to up his game if this kingdom is to have any hope for the future at all!

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 3

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 3

    By Higasa Akai

    Sometimes kind, sometimes strict, Heine is prepared to employ any means necessary to draw forth his princeling students' potential. But seriously, what's a royal tutor got to do to enjoy a simple, quiet day off?? With royal engagements, reluctant readers, and secret lives seemingly everywhere he turns, Heine may need to up his game if this kingdom is to have any hope for the future at all!

  • The Royal Tutor, Vol. 4

    The Royal Tutor, Vol. 4

    By Higasa Akai

    Heine's efforts to shape the princelings into worthy successors to the throne continues, but it seems that Bruno in particular is struggling with a bit of a crisis of conscience when it comes to his future. Can he live up to Heine's standards to remain his "apprentice"? More importantly, does he have the courage to carve out his own path?