The 23rd 2019 issue of Hakusensha's Hana to Yume
magazine revealed on Tuesday that manga author Izumi Tsubaki
will end her comedy series Oresama Teacher
in the magazine's fifth 2020 issue on February 5.
Tsubaki, whose other works include the anime-adapted Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
, began serializing Oresama Teacher
in Hana to Yume in July 2007. Hakusensha shipped the 27th compiled volume on June 20.
Under the threat of being disowned, Mafuyu Kurosaki—an ex-delinquent with a strong sense of justice, exceptional fighting skills, and a very dense head—has to start a new life as a proper citizen and student at Midorigaoka Academy. Apart from adapting to a new school, Mafuyu also has to get used to living alone as the dorms are full. Therefore, she starts a new chapter in her life with limited funds, the inability to make even a cup of instant noodles, and a big dream of becoming "an ultra-shiny female high school student."
This dream, however, is quite hard to fulfill since Mafuyu's sense of style is uncouth, and troubles tend to find her no matter how hard she tries to avoid them. The path to her dreams is made more difficult because of Takaomi Saeki, her unordinary homeroom teacher with barely legal teaching methods, and her delinquent classmate Kaori Hayasaka, who becomes her first new friend.
Oresama Teacher follows Mafuyu's adventure full of hilarious situations, ridiculous misunderstandings, and exciting action sequences, all while she still tries to become a normal feminine girl. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Marine Entertainment released four drama CDs, which adapted select chapters and were bundled with Hana to Yume issues in 2009, 2012, 2013, and 2015. Eri Kitamura
, Ken Narita
, and Takahiro Mizushima
voiced the main characters Mafuyu, Takaomi, and Hayasaka, respectively. To commemorate the manga's tenth anniversary in 2017, a fifth drama CD that featured new cast was released with the 24th volume (side A) and Hana to Yume's 16th 2017 issue (side B).
Viz Media licensed the series for North America under its Shojo Beat imprint in 2010, and released the first volume of the manga in March 2011. The company shipped
volume 26 in July.
Source: Comic Natalie
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