JIN, Mahiro Satou's Kagerou Daze Manga Ends on February 15

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Manga based on JIN's novel, Vocaloid song series launched in 2012

The official website for Kadokawa's Monthly Comic Gene magazine revealed on Tuesday that JIN and Mahiro Satou's Kagerou Daze manga will end in the magazine's next issue on February 15. The manga's final chapter will have a color opening page and the manga will feature on the issue's front cover.

The 12th volume of the manga previously revealed last September that the manga's 13th volume will be the last volume. That volume ships this spring.

JIN's Kagerou Project began as a Vocaloid song series that JIN wrote and composed in 2011. JIN launched the Kagerou Daze novel series in May 2012, with illustrations by Sidu. Kadokawa published the eighth and final volume in December 2017.

Satou launched the manga adaptation of the novels in Kadokawa's Monthly Comic Gene magazine in June 2012.

The series inspired a 12-episode television anime adaptation titled Mekaku City Actors in 2014. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan. A short anime film titled MX4D Kagerou Daze -in a days- opened in Japan in November 2016. Sidu, the illustrator of the novels and music videos, made her directorial debut with the film.

Yen Press publishes both the light novel series and manga in North America. The company published the novel series' eighth volume and the manga's 11th volume in December.

Source: Monthly Comic Gene's website

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