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Freezing Creators Put Manga on Hiatus, Launch New Series in April

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
New manga centers on "has-been goddess" who creates alternate world

The official Twitter account for Kill Time Communication's Comic Web Valkyrie manga website revealed on Friday that writer Dall-Young Lim and artist Kwang-Hyun Kim will launch a new manga series this month. The announcement teases that the manga will center on a "has-been goddess" who creates an alternate world.

In addition, the announcement noted that due to circumstances regarding the authors, Lim and Kim will put their Freezing manga on hiatus. The announcement did not note when the manga will continue. The 225th chapter of the manga debuted on January 25.

Lim and Kim launched Freezing in Kill Time Communication's Comic Valkyrie magazine in 2007, and transferred it to Comic Web Valkyrie after Comic Valkyrie ceased publication in 2012. Kill Time Communication published the manga's 33rd volume last November. The manga has inspired several spinoff series, and the third spinoff, Freezing Pair Love Stories, launched in 2013. Seven Seas Entertainment publishes the main manga in North America in two-in-one omnibus collections.

Funimation streamed the manga's 12-episode anime series adaptation as it aired in 2011, as well as the Freezing Vibration second season. The company released both series on DVD and Blu-ray Disc.

Lim and Kim's Black God manga was adapted into a television anime titled Kurokami The Animation, which premiered with a simulcast dub in 2008. Yen Press published all 19 volumes of the Black God manga.

Source: Comic Web Valkyrie Twitter account


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