News Guilty Crown, Red Raven Manga to End in November
posted on 2013-10-08 21:00 EDT
The November issue of Square Enix's Monthly Shonen Gangan magazine is confirming on Saturday that Yousuke Miyagi and Shion Midzuki's Guilty Crown manga and Shinta Fujimoto's Red Raven manga will both end in the next issue on November 12.
Miyagi and Midzuki launched their adaptation of the Guilty Crown anime in the magazine in October 2011. Tetsuro Araki and Production I.G's television anime series launched that same month. The six and final compiled book volume of the manga is scheduled in Japan on November 22.
The Guilty Crown: Dancing Endlaves manga by Nitroplus writer Gan Sunaaku and Ryosuke Fukai still runs in ASCII Media Works' Dengeki G's magazine. The anime also received several novel adaptations.
The anime is set in Japan in 2039, 10 years after the "Apocalypse Virus" devastated the land. The story revolves around Shū Ouma, an unsociable 17-year-old second-year high school student, and a 17-year-old rival named Gai Tsutsugami who is a young "Jiikundō" pilot of a guerrilla organization.
Funimation streamed the series as it aired in Japan, and released the series in two Blu-ray/DVD box sets in August.
Monthly Shonen Gangan also announced that Masahiro Totsuka and Neko Sutajio's Bamboo Blade B manga will end next month.