Osamu Akimoto's Finder Manga Ends After 4 Chapters

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Kochikame creator's manga ends on March 29

This year's seventh issue of Shueisha's Grand Jump magazine revealed last week that Osamu Akimoto's Finder -Kyoto Jogakuin Monogatari- (Finder: Kyoto Girls Academy Story) manga will end with its fourth chapter in this year's 17th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump on March 29.

The Finder -Kyoto Jogakuin Monogatari- manga launched in Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump magazine in February 2017. The second and third chapters debuted in June and November, respectively.

The story centers on a group of four girls in the Kyoto suburb of Kameoka at the all-female Kyoto Girls Academy High School. Takako, Tsubame, Chidori, and Suzume are amazed by their passionate principal who is also the hot-blooded president of a Kyoto women's photography club. These normal girls just want a bit of casual excitement in their daily lives. Their story revolves around pictures as their season of youth develops.

Shueisha will publish the compiled manga volume on April 19.

The manga was part of the "Akimoto Osamu 4 New Manga Project!!," in which Akimoto launched four new manga following the end of his long-running series Kochikame. The other manga were Mr. Clice, Black Tiger, and Ii Yu da ne!.

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