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Sakuishi's Beck Rock-and-Roll Manga to End in Japan

posted on 2008-04-07 02:57 EDT
Saturday's Monthly Shonen Magazine issue announces 2 more installments left

The May issue (released on April 5) of Kodansha's Monthly Shonen Magazine has announced that Harold Sakuishi's Beck rock-and-roll manga will end after two more installments. The manga has sold 12 million volumes in Japan, and it inspired the BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad television anime series. The 32nd volume was published in February, and at least one more is needed to complete the series. Tokyopop has published the first 11 volumes in North America, and Funimation just completed its release of the anime series in January.

Source: Muhyojo


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