Kado: The Right Answer Manga Ends in January

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Manga adapts spring 2017 original anime

The February 2018 issue of Kodansha's Morning Two magazine revealed on Thursday that Mutsumi Okuhashi's manga adaptation of the Kado: The Right Answer anime series will end in the magazine's next issue on January 22.

Toei describes the original anime's story:

Kojiro Shindo. Cabinet Office Director-General for Policy Planning, is at Haneda Airport for a business trip. While the plane is on the runway, a giant structure suddenly appears out of thin air. The plane carrying Shindo and 251 passengers is taken undamaged inside the giant structure. After everyone disembarks, a man who looks like an ordinary human being shows up. He assures those from the plane that they're not in any danger. Shindo asks him to identify himself and explain the situation. Then the outside of the structure is displayed on a large screen, and at the same time, every passenger's cell phone starts ringing all at once. On each cell phone screen is a message from this man, to every one of Japan's citizens: "I, Yaha-kui zaShunina, hereby notify you that I am going to intervene in Japan's internal affairs." What is this young man's goal? And will Shindo manage to become an intermediary between Japan and the Anisotorons...?

Okuhashi (Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash manga) launched the manga in Morning Two on March 22. Kodansha published the manga's second volume on Thursday.

The anime series premiered in Japan on April 7, and Crunchyroll streamed the series with English subtitles. Funimation streamed the series with an English dub.

The series also inspired a manga spinoff titled Seikai Suru Kado: Aoi Haru to Railgun (KADO - The Right Answer: Blue Spring and Railgun) by Kōki Ochiai. The manga launched on North Star Pictures' Web Comic Zenyon in May with three chapters, and Tokuma Shoten published the manga's compiled book volume on July 20.

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