Splatoon 3: Splatlands

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Splatoon 3: Splatlands

Front cover of Splatoon 3: Splatlands, Vol. 1
Story and art Sankichi Hinodeya
Genre(s) Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Sports
Demographic Shōnen
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Splatoon 3: Splatlands[1] is a manga series created by Sankichi Hinodeya[2] and the successor to the original Splatoon manga.

Chapters are released through CoroCoro Comic monthly magazine and later collected in volumes by the same publisher.[3] Volumes usually contain four chapters, a bonus story (which is sometimes replaced by an additional chapter), an Inkling almanac showing the gear and personality of the teams and may also contain an illustration gallery.

Plot summary

Splatoon 3: Splatlands follows directly on from the events of the original Splatoon manga, focusing on the Inkling members of Team Blue as they explore the Splatlands in events inspired by Splatoon 3.


Main article: List of Splatoon 3: Splatlands volumes
Image No. Release date Blurb Contents
JP: 27 January 2023
FR: 7 June 2023
EN: 9 April 2024
Goggles travels to the Splatlands, meets an inkling[sic] named Braid, and embarks on a fresh series of adventures set in the world of Splatoon! Bankara Chihō (1)
Bankara-Gai (2)
Kaimono (3)
Tāgetto Wa… Ao Chīmu! (4)
Dai Hitto!(5)
Illustration Gallery
Inkling Almanac
JP: 28 June 2023
FR: 6 December 2023
EN: 13 August 2024
Trouble is brewing when four of the most popular players in the Splatlands, the Splatsville Great Eight, split to form the New Order of Splatlands. Their goal is to kick players they defeat out of the game! Will Team Blue be able to stop their scheme?! Illustration Gallery
Inkling Almanac
JP: 28 November 2023
FR: 19 June 2024
EN: 10 December 2024[4]
The Splatlands Great Eight[sic] arc nears its end as Glassless, who is said to be the strongest of the New Order of Splatlands, begins to make his move! Will Goggles and Team Blue manage to stop the wild ambition of the New Order of Splatlands?! Illustration Gallery
Inkling Almanac
JP: 26 April 2024 Illustration Gallery
Inkling Almanac


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese スプラトゥーン バンカラ!
Supuratūn bankara!
Splatoon Bankara!
(from the Japanese term for the Splatlands)
CanadaFrance French Splatoon - La Contrée Clabousse Splatoon - The Splash Country

See also