K: Days of Blue Spinoff Manga to End in July
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
The August issue of Kodansha's ARIA manga magazine announced on Saturday that Yui Kuroe's K -Days of Blue- spinoff manga will conclude in the next issue on July 28. The series launched in the magazine in October.
The story follows the daily life in the dorms of the police-based organization Scepter 4, also known as the Blue Clan. The manga's first compiled volume will ship in Japan on July 4. The second volume will ship on August 12 in a regular and a special edition with bundled booklet.
The K―Lost Small World― manga debuted in Kodansha's Hatsu Kiss magazine on June 13. GoRA and GoHands' novel of the same name inspired the series. The story tells how Misaki Yata and Saruhiko Fushimi met and parted ways.
Rei Rairaku, one of the members of GoRA, and artist Yui Kuroe ended the prequel manga K: Memory of Red last July. The story centered on the Red King Mikoto Suoh, leader of HOMRA.
GoRA and GoHands' K television anime series premiered in 2012. Viz Media streamed the anime in North America as it aired in Japan, released the series on home video, and streamed the series dubbed on Neon Alley. The anime project's film sequel, K: Missing Kings, will premiere in Japan on July 12, after having world premieres at Anime Expo and Japan Expo.
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