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Devil Survivor, Celestial Clothes Manga to End Next Month

posted on 2016-01-30 12:45 EST
Übel Blatt creator began Celestial Clothes in 2010

This year's March issue of Kodansha's Shonen Sirius magazine announced on Tuesday that Satoru Matsuba's Devil Survivor and Etorouji Shiono's Celestial Clothes manga will end in the April issue on February 26.

Matsuba's Devil Survivor manga began in Shonen Sirius in 2012, and Kodansha shipped the sixth compiled volume in September. The manga adapts Atlus' 2009 Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor game for Nintendo DS. The original game's designer Suzuhito Yasuda (Yozakura Quartet, Durarara!!) is credited with the original character designs.

The survival action story is set in Tokyo after it has been quarantined, due to demons infiltrating the portable game system "COMP" and attacking people. The story follows a group of young people who are caught in the battles that follow.

The game's sequel, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2, inspired a manga and television anime adaptation.

Shiono began Celestial Clothes in 2010, and Kodansha shipped the 10th compiled volume in May.

The fantasy action story follows Yū Miwatari and beautiful girl named Radgrid. Their chance meeting is guided by the "radiance of the aurora."

Yen Press licensed Shiono's Übel Blatt in North America and released volume 0 in October. JManga published part of Shiono's Brocken Blood manga online.


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