W Juliet's Emura to End Kyō mo Ashita mo Shōjo Manga

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Story of girl who secretly becomes a manga artist against family's wishes

This year's 18th issue of Hakusensha's Hana to Yume magazine is revealing on Saturday that the magazine will run the second to last chapter of Emura's Kyō mo Ashita mo (Today and Tomorrow Too) manga in the next issue on September 5. The magazine already revealed that the manga is in its last story arc.

The comedy story centers on Chika Sasagami, a girl who dreams of being a manga artist against the wishes of her family. So, without her family's knowledge, the girl secretly trains with Ryō Momose, a male artist who happers to draw a manga series in the fictional "Hana to Yuki" shōjo manga magazine.

The manga launched in Hana to Yume in 2008, and Hakusensha published the ninth compiled book volume in July.

Viz Media published all 14 volumes of W-Juliet in North America. Emura is also drawing a W-Juliet II sequel in Hakusensha's irregularly published Za Hana to Yume (The Hana to Yume) spinoff magazine.

[Via Manga News]

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