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Majestic Prince Manga Ends in March

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Multimedia project's 1st manga launched in 2011, with 2nd manga in 2012, TV anime in 2013

The March issue of Hero's Inc.'s Monthly Hero's magazine revealed on February 1 that Rando Ayamine and Hikaru Arashima's Majestic Prince manga will end in the magazine's next issue on March 1.

The franchise's story follows humanity after it expanded its frontier into space in a quest for resources. Advances in genetic engineering research allow humans to adapt to the new frontier, leading to the advent of evolved children such as the protagonist Izuru. Izuru enrolls in an academy city called Gurantseere to fulfill his mission of "protecting humanity."

The franchise began as a multimedia project from FIELDS. Ayamine and Arashima launched the manga in Monthly Hero's in 2011, and Shogakukan published the manga's 15th volume in December. A television anime ran for 24 episodes in 2013. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan, and Sentai Filmworks released the anime on home video in North America in 2014 with an English dub.

FIELDS and Yūsuke Ozaki launched a manga adaptation titled Ginga Kikōtai Majestic Prince in Kadokawa's Newtype Ace magazine in 2012. Ozaki ended the manga in October 2013.

The franchise received a new film in November 2016, as well as a brand-new "episode 25" for the television anime in September 2016 to bridge the plot of the television anime to the new film.

Source: Monthly Hero's March issue


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