Ryōsuke Fuji's Attack on Titan: Lost Girls Manga Ends in May
posted on 2016-04-11 05:30 EDT by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The May issue of Kodansha's Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine revealed on Saturday that Ryōsuke Fuji's Attack on Titan: Lost Girls, Shōichi Taguchi's Fujicue!!!, Keishi Daibu and Ryō Ogawa Sekitō manga, and Tahi Saihate and Mitsuru Hattori's Bokura wa Satsui Biyori novel will end in the magazine's next issue, which Kodansha will publish on May 9.
Attack on Titan: Lost Girls adapts Hiroshi Seko's novel of the same name, based on Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan manga. The novel spinoff collects three short stories centered around Mikasa and Annie titled, "Lost in the cruel world," "Wall Sina, Goodbye," and "Lost Girls."
Fuji debuted the manga in Kodansha's Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine last August, and Kodansha published the manga's first compiled book volume last Friday. Kodansha Comics will release the manga in North America this summer. Kodansha published the original Attack on Titan: Lost Girls novel in Japan in December 2014, and Vertical will release the novel in English in June.
Fujicue!!! Fujicue's Music centers on Motomu Fujiwara, nicknamed "Fujicue." She dreams of joining the Blue Bears, her favorite band, but to do so requires that she graduate from pop music academy JAM at the top of her class. Fujicue may be a complete amateur as a musician, but she plans to let her optimism make up for it.
Taguchi launched the series in the magazine in June 2014. Kodansha published the manga's third compiled book volume last December.
Sekitō centers on high school student Jun Kuroboshi, who is cooperating with police to arrest a serial killer named Yūki Ōgawara. One night, Yūki murdered Jun's entire family. But the true tragedy that night was not the murder of his family, nor the fact that Jun's brother had assaulted the girl Jun loved, but that a monster was born on that night.
Daibu and Ogawa launched the manga last May, and Kodansha published the manga's second compiled book volume on January 8.
Bokura wa Satsui Biyori centers on Akane, a boy who is drawn to murders, and his classmate Hikari, a girl who has committed murder in the past.
Saihate and Hattori launched the serialized novel in the magazine last June.
Saihate serialized her Mahō Shōjo WEB novel in Kodansha's Bessatsu Shonen Magazine from 2012 to 2013. She also serialized some of her poems, such as "Sora ga Bunretsu Suru," in the same magazine, and published her anthology of poems in her book Shindeshimau Kei no Bokura ni.
Hattori launched his Sankarea manga in Kodansha's Bessatsu Shonen Magazine in 2009, and ended it in September 2014.