Shibuya Goldfish Manga Takes 1-Issue Break, Returns for Final Arc in January

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Hiroumi Aoi's horror manga about giant killer goldfish launched in 2016

The December issue of Square Enix's Gangan Joker magazine revealed on Friday that Hiroumi Aoi's Shibuya Goldfish (Shibuya Kingyo) manga will take a break for one issue, but will return on January 22, which will begin the final arc of the manga.

Yen Press is publishing the manga in English, and it describes the manga:

High schooler Hajime Tsukiyoda went to Shibuya that day hoping only to find inspiration for his next film. He never expected to find himself smack-dab in the middle of a real-life horror movie. Without warning, schools of massive goldfish descend upon the crowded streets, and the mystified onlookers' confusion quickly turns to terror as the fish begin to feed. From their tentative shelter, Hajime and a handful of survivors await a rescue that seems more and more unlikely as the days and hours tick by. Meanwhile, all around them, the bloody feeding frenzy rages...

Aoi launched the manga in Gangan Joker in September 2016. Square Enix published the manga's seventh compiled book volume on August 22. Yen Press published the manga's fifth volume on August 27, and will publish the sixth volume on December 24.

Source: Gangan Joker December issue

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