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Jul 21, 11:14 AM
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Kawada's Hinomaruzumou martial arts manga ended its five-year run in this year's 34th issue of Weekly Shounen Jump magazine on Monday. Shueisha will publish the 27th volume in October, followed by the 28th and final volume in December.

Kawada launched Hinomaruzumou in Weekly Shounen Jump in May 2014. The series currently has 26 volumes in print as of July 4. A side-story novel written by Atarou Kuma began publishing in February 2016. Shueisha shipped the novel's third volume last October.

A 24-episode television anime adaptation produced by Gonzo premiered in Fall 2018 and ended on March 29. Crunchyroll simulcast the show with subtitles, while Funimation streamed an English dubbed version.

Shueisha began publishing the manga in English simultaneously with the Japanese release on its Manga Plus platform earlier this January.

Source: Comic Natalie
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Jul 21, 11:41 AM

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It's impressive that this manga survived 5 years with it's same 30k of sales. Must have got a big fanbase in the magazine itself for that.
 
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Jul 21, 12:38 PM

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I hope an OVA or sequel is made to animate the rest of it.
 
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Hopefully it was loved by the magazine enough to have a proper ending instead of getting axed
Haven't read a single chapter or seen a single scene of the anime i just don't like when things get axed.
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Jul 21, 2:34 PM

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Even though i didn't liked the manga, It still had a long run and was successful

Now,which new manga will take it's place?
 
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Jul 21, 4:59 PM

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Too bad about the anime ruined by gonzo at the start.
 
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CordobezEverdeen said:
Hopefully it was loved by the magazine enough to have a proper ending instead of getting axed
Haven't read a single chapter or seen a single scene of the anime i just don't like when things get axed.

it's not axed. author said he reach climax when the the last arc begun.
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Jul 22, 12:55 AM

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One of weirdest condition manga in weekly shonen jump finally ended. Even though it had really poor sales (just barely reach 30k each volume), no west manga licensor and also mediocre anime adaptation. it still survive until Volume 28.
 
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