Buddy Complex Manga to End in October
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
The November issue of Kadokawa's Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine announced on Saturday that the manga adaptation of Sunrise's Buddy Complex anime series will end in the following issue on October 27. Artist Hiroki Ohara launched the series on January 27, and the first compiled volume shipped in Japan on March 27.
The story revolves around the friendship and coming-of-age of two boys. It begins with Aoba Watase, a boy who goes to high school in Tokyo and lives a carefree daily life. On the morning of his school's opening ceremony after summer vacation, he goes to campus as usual, but he has a chance encounter with another boy.
The other boy's name is Jyunyou Dio Weinberg. Their encounter will soon alter the fate of the world.
Both Funimation and Daisuki streamed the anime as it aired in Japan. The first half of the anime series' two-part finale will premiere on Tokyo MX on Monday and the second part will premiere on Tuesday. Both parts will stream on BandaiChannel for free from October 1 through October 8. Both parts will then ship on Blu-ray in Japan on November 21 along with a English subtitles, a drama CD, special booklet, and smart phone game code.
Artist Sakae Saito (Heavy Object S) ran another manga, Buddy Complex - Senjō no Coupling, in ASCII Media Works's Dengeki Maoh magazine. The compiled volume of that manga shipped on Friday.