News Demonizer Zilch Manga by Omamori Himari's Milan Matra Ends
posted on 2017-09-12 19:45 EDT
The October issue of Kadokawa's Dragon Age magazine published the final chapter of Milan Matra's Demonizer Zilch manga last Friday. Hideyaki Yoshimura and Homura Kawamoto's Rengoku Deadroll and Yoshiko Hardboiled's Kōkō no Nichijō also ended in the issue.
Yen Press licensed Demonizer Zilch, and it describes the story:
Listless high schooler Haruomi Io is plagued by the memory of his late kid sister. One day, he's suddenly attacked by a group of girls calling themselves the "Seven Gospel Society." In the thick of a battle he never asked for, Haruomi is rescued by Zilch, a demoness who declares herself the "29th Branch." Upon sharing a kiss with his demonic savior, Haruomi finds a strange power coursing through his body! Will this incident lead Haruomi to cast off the doldrums and delve into a new world of superpowers and the supernatural?!
Matra launched the manga in Dragon Age in 2014, and Kadokawa published the manga's fourth compiled book volume on January 7. Yen Press published the manga's second volume in September 2016.
Matra's Omamori Himari manga launched in Dragon Age in 2006, and it ended in September 2013. The story inspired a television anime series in 2010. Yen Press released all 12 volumes of the manga in North America. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan, and Funimation released the series on DVD in 2016.
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