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Atsuko Nanba's Come on-a My House Manga Goes on Hiatus

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Nanba goes on maternity leave

The June issue of Kodansha's Bessatsu Friend magazine revealed on May 13 that Atsuko Nanba's Come on-a My House (Kamona My House) manga will go on hiatus due to Nanba going on maternity leave. The magazine and its official website will announce the manga's return date when it is decided.

The manga centers on Hinata, a high school student who often goes to an empty house after school to spend her time and cook using the stove in the garden. One day, when she arrives at the house, she finds that a game creator named Itsuki is living in the house.

Nanba launched the manga in Bessatsu Friend last August. Kodansha published the manga's second compiled book volume on May 13.

Nanba launched the Ao-Natsu manga in Kodansha's Bessatsu Friend in 2013, and ended it in August 2017. Kodansha released eight volumes for the manga. The manga inspired a live-action film adaptation that opened in Japan last August.

Nanba's other manga include Tonari no Atashi, Sprout, Senpai to Kanojo, and Taiyo wa Kimi ni Kagayaku.

Source: Bessatsu Friend June issue

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