Resident Evil/Biohazard: heavenly island Manga Goes on 2-Month Break
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
This year's 47th issue of Akita Shoten's Weekly Shōnen Champion magazine announced on October 20 that Naoki Serizawa's Biohazard: heavenly island manga will go on a two-month break. The manga will return in Weekly Shōnen Champion magazine's combined third and fourth 2017 issue, which Akita Shoten will publish on December 15.
The manga previously went on a three-month break in September 2015, and returned in January.
Serizawa launched the Biohazard: heavenly island manga in Weekly Shōnen Champion in January 2015, and Akita Shoten shipped the fourth compiled volume on September 8. The manga's story centers around the film crew for Idol Survival, the internationally popular television program where swimsuited idols compete in games. The crew arrive on the same isolated South American island that TerraSave member Claire Redfield is visiting on an investigation.
Serizawa's earlier Biohazard: Marhawa Desire manga launched with a prologue chapter in the inaugural issue of CAPCOM's CapBom! magazine in 2011, and the series ended in 2013. Viz Media published the five-volume manga in North America.