Maoh: Juvenile Remix's Osuga Ends Vanilla Fiction Manga
posted on by Kyle Hallmark
The February issue of Shogakukan's Gessan (Monthly Shonen Sunday) magazine revealed on Tuesday that Megumi Osuga, the artist of the Maoh: Juvenile Remix and Waltz manga, will end her latest series Vanilla Fiction in the March issue of the magazine on February 12.
Osuga began the series in Monthly Shonen Sunday in August 2012. Shogakukan published the seventh volume of the manga (pictured at right) in Japan on August 12. The manga revolves around an author who only writes novels with bad ends, and what happens after his everyday life is one day turned upside-down.
Osuga launched her Waltz manga with writer Kōtarō Isaka in Monthly Shonen Sunday in October 2009 and ended the series in the March 2012 issue of the magazine. Shogakukan published the sixth and final volume of the manga in May 2012. Osuga previously adapted Isaka's Maoh novel into the shōnen manga Maoh: Juvenile Remix from 2007 to 2009. Viz Media posted Maoh: Juvenile Remix on its Shonen Sunday website before publishing the manga in print.