News Chibi Vampire's Kagesaki to End Onii-chan Control Manga
posted on 2013-10-14 18:30 EDT
The fourth volume of Yuna Kagesaki's Onii-chan Control manga revealed on Saturday that the fifth volume will be the series' last. Kagesaki launched the series in Futabasha's Comic High! magazine in 2009 and then transferred it to Futabasha's Comic Sumomo in 2010. She then transferred the manga back to Comic High! when Comic Sumomo ended publication in February 2013.
The manga follows siblings Tsuyoshi and Noa who harbor feelings for one another. Tsuyoshi tries to keep his feelings under control but slowly his temptation toward his sister escalates.
Kagesaki ended her AiON manga in Fujimi Shobo's Monthly Dragon Age magazine last year after a four-year run. Her manga Kyōmen no Silhouette is currently running in Kodansha's good! Afternoon magazine. She launched Tamanyan in Monthly Dragon Age in July.
Manga publisher Tokyopop licensed Kagesaki's Chibi Vampire and AiON manga in North America, and released all of Chibi Vampire and AiON's first three compiled volumes before shutting down its North American manga publishing division in May 2011.