The October subject of Kodansha’s Shonen Journal Edge introduced that Shaman King: The Tremendous Star, the newest spinoff of Hiroyuki Takei’s authentic Shaman King manga, is coming into an indefinite hiatus.
As reported by the Anime News Network, Takei is taking a break from the collection on account of different commitments. Whereas a date for when the manga would resume was not introduced, Shonen Journal Edge says it will maintain followers up to date as particulars turn into accessible.
The unique Shaman King manga was revealed in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Soar from 1998 to 2004. A reprinting of the story that exposed a brand new “true ending” was launched in 2009. Following the publication of three prologue chapters, Shaman King: The Tremendous Star debuted in Might 2018, with Kodansha releasing the collection’ fifth quantity on July 6.
Whereas followers of the long-running manga must wait to see how the spinoff’s story continues to unfold, they’ll nonetheless get pleasure from new Shaman King content material via the collection’ newest anime adaptation. The primary season of Netflix’s anime reboot of the unique manga premiered on Aug. 9. It ended with protagonist Yoh Asakura and his allies making ready for the Shaman Struggle match. The present’s second season is at present airing in Japan and is anticipated to premiere on Netflix someday in 2022.
Each Shaman King and Shaman King: The Tremendous Star can be found to learn digitally via Kodansha Comics.
Supply: Anime News Network