Doubt/Judge Manga Creator Yoshiki Tonogai to End Manga Series 'Secret'

posted on by Kyle Cardine
Manga to end in 3 volumes

The second volume of Yoshiki Tonogai's manga series Secret announced on Wednesday that the series will end in three volumes. The third volume is slated to ship next April in Japan.

Tonogai launched the manga in Square Enix's Monthly Shōnen Gangan last year. Yen Press announced in March that it would release the manga digitally and will release the first print volume in January.

Yen Press describes the story:

“There are three murderers hiding in your midst.” These are the ominous words given to the six survivors of a tragic bus accident, followed by an ultimatum: Within one week, the murderers must anguish over their crimes and find some way to answer for them, or the evidence of their sins will be given to the police. But when every person has a Secret, who can you trust…?

Tonogai's other manga Doubt ran in Monthly Shōnen Gangan from 2007-2009 and Yen Press licensed the series in 2012. After finishing Doubt, Tonogai launched another psychological horror manga Judge in the same magazine from 2010-2012, which Yen Press also acquired. A live-action version of Judge was released in 2013.

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