Koi Kaze's Motoi Yoshida to End Natsu no Zenjitsu Manga

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Series launched in the inaugural issue of good! Afternoon in 2008

This year's 43rd issue of Kodansha's good! Afternoon magazine is announcing on Wednesday that Motoi Yoshida will end his Natsu no Zenjitsu (The Day Before Summer) manga in the following issue.

The story follows Tetsuo Aoki, a senior at the Hiyoshigaoka Art College, and Gekka Gallery manager Akira Aizawa. The two suddenly spend the night together, and their new love is still too clumsy to classify them as lovers.

Yoshida launched Natsu no Zenjitsu in the inaugural issue of good! Afternoon in 2008. Kodansha published the fourth compiled volume last July.

Yoshida may be best known as the artist behind the taboo romance manga Koi Kaze. The series inspired an anime adaptation by A.C.G.T in 2004. Geneon Entertainment released the series in North America.

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