The February 2021 issue of Shounen Sirius
revealed on Saturday that Akane Shimizu
's Hataraku Saibou
(Cells at Work!
) manga will conclude in the magazine's March issue on January 26, 2021.
Shimizu began serializing the manga in Shounen Sirius in January 2015. Kodansha published the fifth volume in August 2017, with the sixth volume slated for release on February 9, 2021. Kodansha Comics publishes the manga in English and shipped the fifth volume in November 2017.
A 13-episode television anime adaptation
by David Production
aired in Summer 2018. A second season
will premiere on January 9. Aniplex of America
licensed the first season in North America and released it on home video in August 2019.
The manga inspired seven spin-off manga, including Hataraku Saibou Black
(Cells at Work! Code Black
), which is receiving a television anime adaptation
premiering on January 10, 2021.
placed seventh in the 2016 Kono Manga ga Sugoi!
rankings and was nominated for the 42nd Kodansha Manga Awards
in the shounen category in 2018. The manga and its spin-off have a cumulative 4.5 million copies in print.
Inside the human body, there are around thirty-seven billion cells, who diligently carry out their duties every day. New to her job, clumsy but cheerful Red Blood Cell AE3803 is excited to start delivering oxygen and collecting carbon dioxide despite her poor sense of direction. Meanwhile, White Blood Cell U-1146 is always ready to fight and kill any pathogen that he comes across. After running into each other multiple times, they quickly become good friends, regardless of their contrasting personalities.
Entertaining and educational, Hataraku Saibou
follows the two blood cells and their many comrades as they work together to keep the body healthy. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Manga special page: https://shonen-sirius.com/series/sirius/saibou/
Official Twitter: @hataraku_saibou
Source: Comic Natalie