Until Death Do Us Part Manga Ends on November 20
posted on by Kyle Hallmark
This year's 22nd issue of Square Enix's Young Gangan magazine revealed on Friday that Hiroshi Takashige and DOUBLE-S's sci-fi action manga Until Death Do Us Part will end in the next issue on November 20 after approximately ten years of serialization.
Young Gangan began serializing the work in its 12th issue in 2005, and Square Enix published the 25th volume in July. Yen Press publishes the manga in English in North America and provides a synopsis:
Haruka Tooyama is a twelve-year-old girl with incredible precognitive abilities. But her accuracy in predicting the future has made her a target for any number of greedy corporations that would use her power for their own profit. When she is kidnapped, Haruka uses her gift to seek out someone who can help her escape and fixes upon a blind man making his way through the busy streets of Tokyo. Though it may seem an odd choice, Haruka's powers have not led her wrong. Despite his inability to see, her chosen protector's fighting skills become apparent when he draws a sword from his walking stick and deftly takes out her captors. Knowing she will always be pursued for her gift, Haruka begs the mystery swordsman to keep her safe…“until death do us part.”
Yen Press will publish the manga's 11th omnibus volume in January.
The same issue of Young Gangan included the first chapter of Brave Star Romantics, a new manga by Sekirei's Sakurako Gokurakuin. The issue also included the second of three new chapters of Hikaru Nakamura's Arakawa Under the Bridge manga.
Update: Yen Press is releasing the manga in omnibus editions. Thanks, Utsuro no Hako.
Source: Oricon Style
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