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Oh My Goddess! Manga Gets Job-Hunting Spinoff

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Uhei Aoki, Kumichi Yoshizuki's Aa Shūkatsu no Megami-sama manga launches on January 25

The February 2019 issue of Kodansha's Monthly Afternoon magazine revealed on Tuesday that Kousuke Fujishima's Oh! My Goddess (Ah My Goddess/Aa Megami-sama) manga is getting a new spinoff in the next issue. The manga, titled Aa Shūkatsu no Megami-sama (Ah My Job-Hunting Goddess), will launch in the magazine's March 2019 issue on January 25.

Uhei Aoki (Manga ni, Henshū tte Hitsuyō desu ka?, Fringe-Man) is providing the story, and Kumichi Yoshizuki (Someday's Dreamers, Kimi to Boku no Ashiato) is drawing the manga. In the story, Keiichi Morisato and Belldandy lived in happiness, but due to the recession, the motorcycle shop Keiichi works at faces financial difficulties. Belldandy starts to search for a job because of the situation.

Fujishima launched the original Aa Megami-sama manga in Monthly Afternoon in 1988 and ended it in 2014. The manga inspired an original video anime series, three television series with a special, and three additional original anime DVDs.

Dark Horse Comics released the series in regular and omnibus volumes in North America.

Since ending Oh! My Goddess, Fujishima has launched the manga Toppu GP, which is also running in English from Kodansha Comics.

Source: The Mainichi Shimbun's Mantan Web


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