Super Danganronpa 2 Spinoff Manga, Mother Keeper Series End This Month
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
The official website for Mag Garden's Comic Blade magazine has revealed that four of the magazine's series will end in the June issue on April 30: Kaili Sorano's Mother Keeper, Spike Chunsoft and Karin Suzuragi's Super Danganronpa 2 Nanami Chiaki no Sayonara Zetsubō Daibōken, Sphere and Makoto Sakurai's Berry's, and Yogenme's Kimi to Shitai to Boku no Kaitō.
Sorano (Monochrome Factor) launched the post-apocalyptic Mother Keeper manga in Mag Garden's Comic Blade magazine in 2006. The series takes place in world where people are separated into two classes, those who live inside of EDEN and those who live outside. The inside is a paradise with access to clean natural resources while those living outside suffer in poverty. Ricalna Forde is a soldier of the resistance team COSMOS, whose mission is to infiltrate EDEN's main headquarters and destroy the "Central CPU" - that controls all of EDEN. Sorano had announced in February that the manga's 10th volume would be its last.
Suzuragi (Higurashi: When They Cry) started the spinoff manga of the Super Danganronpa 2: Sayonara Zetsubō Gakuen video game in 2012, and Mag Garden published the second compiled volume in January.
Sakurai began the adaptation of Sphere's (Yosuga no Sora) Berry's adult bishōjo computer game last year, and Mag Garden published the first volume in August.
New manga creator Yogenme started the supernatural "youth melancholy" series Kimi to Shitai to Boku no Kaitō in 2012, and Mag Garden published the second compiled volume in December.
Comic Blade's June issue will also launch Kazuomi Minatogawa's manga adaptation of Satelight's upcoming anime series M3 - Sono Kuroki Hagane.