The second and third combined 2017 issue of Weekly Shounen Magazine, which went on sale on December 14, has announced that TV anime Days will get a sequel.
Days is drawn by Tsuyoshi Yasuda and began publishing in April 2013. The series currently has 19 volumes in print, with the latest released on October 17, 2016. It was nominated in the Best Shounen Manga category at Kodansha's 39th Annual Manga Awards in March 2015. A TV anime by MAPPA began airing on July 2 and is ending on December 18. Two OVAs will be bundled with 21st and 22nd manga volumes on March 17 and May 17 of 2017, respectively.
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Even if you asked me why I liked Days, I would not be able to give you a proper answer. But I have been following it religiously like I did with Haikyuu last 2014 and I've grown ridiculously attached to it, and with it ending this Sunday, the despair was starting to kick in.
....Then this news showed up on Twitter and saved my entire 2016. Bless you, bless MAPPA. TT-TT