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Keiko Nishi Ends Shiro ga Ite Cat Manga on March 14

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Manga about family of 4 that meets abandoned white cat launched in 2015

The official website of Shogakukan's Monthly Flowers magazine has revealed that Keiko Nishi will end her Shiro ga Ite (Shiro is Here) manga in the spring issue of the Zōkan Flowers magazine, which ships on March 14.

The manga centers on a family of four who has just moved into a new house, when an abandoned white cat pays them a visit.

Nishi launched the manga in Zōkan Flowers in November 2015.

JManga published two volumes of Nishi's four-volume series Kyudo Boys, about the romantic relationships of a group of high school boys, digitally in English before the the site ended service.

Nishi had ended Otō-san, Chibi ga Inaku Narimashita in 2015, and her Katsu Curry no Hi manga in the same year. She launched her Hatsukoi no Sekai (World of First Love) manga in Monthly Flowers in January 2016. Shogakukan published the manga's third compiled book volume last October.

Nishi's Otoko no Isshō (A Man's Lifetime) manga received a live-action film adaptation that opened in 2015.

Image from Comic Natalie


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