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News Samurai Harem: Asu no Yoichi! Manga Ends in Japan
posted on 2011-02-07 22:50 EST
Yuu Minamoto ended her Asu no Yoichi! "battle romantic comedy" manga in the March issue of Akita Shoten's Monthly Shōnen Champion magazine on Saturday. This story, which follows a young man who learns martial arts in a dojo with four sisters, began in 2006, and the 15th and final book volume will ship on March 8.
Tokyopop is publishing the seventh volume of the manga (under the name Samurai Harem: Asu no Yoichi) this month. Section23 Films released the television anime adaptation (under the name Samurai Harem) in North America last year.
Source: Comic Natalie
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