Ryo Hanada's Devils' Line Manga Ends in 4 Chapters
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Manga creator Ryo Hanada revealed with an illustration on Twitter on Monday that the Devil's Line manga has only four chapters left. Hanada noted that the illustration will appear in the October issue of Kodansha's Monthly Morning two magazine, which ships on Wednesday. If there are no delays, the manga will end on December 22.
Tsukasa, a college student, is rescued from an attack by a devil, one of many vampires that can blend in among the human population. Anzai, her savior, is a half-devil who exploits his supernatural gifts as a member of a shadowy police task force that specializes in devil-related crime in Tokyo. As Anzai continues to keep guard over Tsukasa, the two quickly forge a tentative bond—one that Anzai fears will test his iron-clad rule of never drinking human blood...
Hanada launched the dark fantasy manga in Kodansha's Monthly Morning two magazine in 2013, and Kodansha published 11th volume (seen right) on March 23.
The anime adaptation of the manga premiered in Japan on April 7, and HIDIVE streamed the series with English subtitles as it aired. The company also streamed the English dub as the first show in its "dubcast" initiative that streams dubs for anime shortly after they premiere in Japan. Sentai Filmworks has licensed the series for streaming and home video. Hulu is also streaming the anime with English subtitles and the English dub.
Source: Ryo Hanada's Twitter account