Someday's Dreamer's Kumichi Yoshizuki to End Coulomb Fille

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Shōnen manga about ostracized boy & girl who believes she cannot touch people

The January issue of Kodansha's Bessatsu Shonen Magazine announced on Monday that Kumichi Yoshizuki will end his Colomb Fille manga in two more chapters. If the manga finishes its run without a break, the final chapter will run in the March issue on February 8.

The story follows Kanzō Wakai, a 15-year-old who is considered weird due to his hair which has looked like "dried seaweed" since birth. The boy with the troubled adolescence happens to encounter Noemi Hokari, a mysterious, peculiar girl who believes that she "cannot touch people." Were the "dried seaweed monster" and the "electrified girl" destined to meet?

Yoshizuki launched the series earlier this year and two compiled volumes have been released so far. Yoshiyuki wrapped his Kimi to Boku no Ashiato ~Time Travel Kasuga Kenkyūsho~ (Your and My Footprints: The Time Travel Kasuga Laboratory) time-traveling romance series in Shueisha's Oh Super Jump seinen magazine last year.

Tokyopop published the Someday's Dreamers magical slice-of-life manga in North America. The series inspired two television anime, two spinoff manga, and a live-action film. Sentai Filmworks released both anime series on home video in North America.

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