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I'll Give it My All... Tomorrow's Aono, Saikano's Takahashi to Both Launch New Series

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Kremlin's Kaoru Curry-zawa, Bucchigiri's Nakahara, Koi wa Ameagari no Yō ni's Mayuzuki also starting new series

This year's 50th issue of Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits magazine revealed on Monday that Shunju Aono (I'll Give It My All... Tomorrow), Kaoru Curry-zawa (Kremlin), Shin Takahashi (Saikano), Yuu Nakahara (Bucchigiri), and Jun Mayuzuki (Koi wa Ameagari no Yō ni) will all launch new manga series in the magazine.

Aono's new series is titled 100-Man En ...no Onna-tachi (Women of a Million Yen), and will start in the magazine's next issue on November 16. The manga will have a color opening page. The magazine teases the manga's plot:

Shin Machima is a novel author whose novels don't sell. He lives together with five women. Why do the women pay a million yen to him every month?

Aono ended his I'll Give It My All... Tomorrow's (Ore wa Mada Honki wa Dashitenai Dake) manga in 2012. Viz Media published all five volumes of the manga in English from 2010 to 2013. The manga received a live-action film adaptation in 2013.

Curry-zawa's new series is titled Neko Kōsen (Cat Factory Ship), and will debut in the magazine's 52nd issue on November 21.

Curry-zawa's Kremlin manga received a flash anime adaptation in 2012, which streamed in YouTube.

Nakahara's new series will launch in the magazine's combined fourth and fifth 2016 issue on December 21. Takahashi's new series will launch in the magazine's combined sixth and seventh 2016 issue on January 4. Mayuzuki's new series will launch in the magazine's eighth 2016 issue on January 18. All three are as yet untitled.

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