Umechazuke's Kami no Ko Nonoko, Uta Isaki's Bukimi no Tani no Roboko-san Manga End in Dengeki Daioh Magazine
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The official website for Kadokawa's Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine revealed on Monday that three manga will end in the magazine's April issue on Wednesday. The manga ending include Umechazuke's Kami no Ko Nonoko, Uta Isaki's Bukimi no Tani no Roboko-san, and Musshu's Furidashi no Ochiro!.
Golden Time artist Umechazuke launched Kami no Ko Nonoko in April 2018. Kadokawa published the manga's first compiled volume on October 25. The manga centers on high school student Kazusa Kamishiro, whose mother announces suddenly one day that they have a new family. Among the new family members is a young girl named Nonoko, who Kazusa saw once in a dream. In addition, Nonoko starts saying she's a god.
Umechazuke launched a manga adaptation of Yuyuko Takemiya and Eeji Komatsu's Golden Time light novel series in Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh in 2011, and ended it in 2016. Kadokawa published nine compiled book volumes for the manga. Seven Seas Entertainment has released the manga in English.
The original Golden Time light novel series also inspired a television anime in 2013. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan, and Sentai Filmworks released the series on Blu-ray Disc and DVD in 2014 and 2015.
Isaki launched Bukimi no Tani no Roboko-san in August 2017. Kadokawa published the manga's second volume on August 27. The manga centers on 28-year-old Sōsuke Kamikosugi, who is self-employed and has trouble coming in contact with others. One day, Sōsuke meets an android who looks like a high school student. They start their strange and troublesome life living together, and search for what it means to be human.
Musshu launched Furidashi ni Ochiru in May 2017. The manga centers on Hato Aoi, a 16-year-old high school girl who just wants to enjoy her school life. But it turns out she doesn't really act like a high school girl. The manga is a light story about a girl who tries her hardest to become a real high school girl. Kadokawa published the manga's first compiled volume in July 2018.
Source: Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh
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