Ryo Hanada introduced on Twitter that his Blackguard manga has resulted in Kodansha‘s Morning two journal on Thursday, and he’s making ready a brand new collection for serialization.
Hanada had revealed on Twitter in July that the manga would finish with the fifth compiled guide quantity. The fifth quantity will ship in Japan in December.
The manga launched in Kodansha‘s Morning two journal in September 2019. The manga’s fourth compiled guide quantity shipped in Japan on July 20.
Vertical Comics will publish the manga in English and can ship the primary quantity on February 8. The corporate describes the primary quantity of the manga:
The world is all of a sudden overrun by monsters known as “shojo,” and anybody who’s bit by one is contaminated with a mysterious virus that turns them into the identical being. To defeat the shojo, people reside in “aerial cities” and fashioned items known as “guards.”
Nanao Minami, also called the Blackguard, fights however with out regard for his personal life.
What’s his motivation and why does he need to die so readily?
Hanada launched the Devils’ Line darkish fantasy manga in Kodansha‘s Monthly Morning two journal in 2013, and ended it in December 2019. Hanada drew a five-part aspect story manga that was compiled into the 14th quantity, which shipped in June 2019. Vertical Comics published the manga in print in English, and Kodansha Advanced Media launched the manga digitally in North America. Vertical Comics and Kodansha Superior Media launched the manga’s 14th quantity each in print and digitally in March 2020.
The anime adaptation of the manga premiered in Japan in April 2018. HIDIVE streamed the collection with English subtitles because it aired. The corporate additionally streamed the English dub because the first present in its “dubcast” initiative that streams dubs for anime shortly after they premiere in Japan. Sentai Filmworks has licensed the collection for streaming and residential video. Hulu can be streaming the anime with English subtitles and the English dub.
Supply: Ryo Hanada‘s Twitter account