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Takeshi Hinata's Ahiru no Sora Manga Enters Final Arc

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Hinata: manga's TV anime adaptation to premiere this year

Ahiru no Sora manga creator Takeshi Hinata posted on Twitter on Saturday that the manga has entered its final arc. Hinata also stated in the post, "this year, aside from the manga, there will also be an anime, and so I have respect and gratitude to all those involved." Anime studio diomedea had announced in February 2018 that a television anime series was in the works.

Keizou Kusakawa (Fuuka, Aho Girl, KanColle) is credited as chief director, while Shingo Tamaki (Aho Girl) is directing the anime at diomedea. Go Zappa (Beatless, Koihime Musō, Blend S) is in charge of series composition. Yoshino Honda (Fuuka) is designing the characters.

In the story, 15-year-old Sora Kurumatani is only 149 centimeters (4'10") tall, but he loves basketball. He enthusiastically joins the basketball club as soon as he gets to high school, but the club is comprised of two terrifying twins who rule the school and their friends. Can Sora continue in this kind of club?

Hinata launched the manga in Weekly Shōnen Magazine in 2003, and Kodansha released the manga's 50th compiled book volume on November 16. The manga has more than 24 million copies in print.

Source: Takeshi Hinata's Twitter account


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