Silent Sinner in Blue
Silent Sinner in Blue
June 2007 through April 2009
Silent Sinner in Blue (CD) (volume 1)
Touhou Bougetsushou (東方儚月抄) is a loosely interconnected storyline about the Lunarians that includes Silent Sinner in Blue, Cage in Lunatic Runagate, and Inaba of the Moon and Inaba of the Earth. Bougetsushou (儚月抄) can be translated as "Ephemeral Moon Vignette"; compare with the main title of its predecessor 東方永夜抄 ～ Imperishable Night (Touhou Eiyashou), where "永夜抄" translates to "Eternal Night Vignette".
Silent Sinner in Blue follows the efforts of Reimu Hakurei, Marisa Kirisame, and the residents of the Scarlet Devil Mansion as they attempt to send a rocket to the moon, purportedly in order to invade the Lunar Capital.
Luckpim Publishing Co., Ltd got license for translating and publishing "Silent Sinner in Blue" in Thailand. But only the first had been translated and published.
Release list: 
- Silent Sinner in Blue vol. 1 : 11 July 2012
The Indonesian release is translated and published by Elex Media Komputindo. All volumes are completely translated and published.
- Silent Sinner in Blue vol. 1 : 16 April 2014
- Silent Sinner in Blue vol. 2 : 14 May 2014
- Silent Sinner in Blue vol. 3 : 21 May 2014
Read online (complete)
MangaDex: Touhou Bougetsushou ~ Silent Sinner in Blue.
Released by Gaku Gaku Animal Land.
Compilation of all the chapters.
In the June 2007 issue, in parallel with Chapter 1, an interview report with ZUN was published.
The first of three volumes of the graphic novel compilation (tankoubon) went on sale on April 9, 2008, accompanied by a soundtrack CD. The second volume was released on December 9, 2008. And the third on October 10, 2009.
The names of volume are "Upper Volume" (上巻 Jou-kan) - "Middle Volume" (中巻 Chuu-kan) - "Bottom Volume" (底巻 Tei-kan), which is a little odd; on Japanese, or Kanji culture, the traditional order of three books is named normally as "Upper - Middle - Lower", so they should call it normally not "Bottom Volume" (底巻 Tei-kan) but "Lower Volume" (下巻 Ge-kan). This irregular names are derived from Sumiyoshi Sanjin, which appears in the first volume.