Zero-Sum Ward Manga Magazine Ceases Publication
posted on by Karen Ressler
The magazine also announced plans for its ongoing series. Natsuo Kumeta's Bokura no Kiseki will move to Ichijinsha's Monthly Comic Zero-Sum magazine. Kazuya Minekura's Wild Adapter, Yun Kouga's Sato-kun to Tanaka-san -The blood highschool Shinobu Takayama's Haigakura, Aki's Aruosumente, and Sakamichi Hosaka and Natsume Hasumi's Uwasaya manga will move to Zero-Sum Online.
Saya Fuyume's Saihate no Ao and Umeta Yamashiro's Hari wa Akebono Ito wo Kashi will wrap up in the compiled volumes. Ai Ninomiya and Ikumi Katagiri's Chōritsu Houmuru Zyklus;Code, Kuya Matsunaga's Eureka Syndrome, Shu Katayama's Mein Ritter ~Watashi no Kishi~, Hakase Mizuki's Dracul, and Mayuri Narushi's BALLAD are all ending with the final issue.
Miku Inui's Hi no Matoi has been on hiatus from the magazine since September due to the author's health. Monthly Comic Zero-Sum will announce plans for the series when it becomes available.
The first volume of Zero-Sum Ward's predecessor, Ward, launched in 2003 and switched to bi-monthly publication in 2008.