Kanan Minami's Awa-Koi Manga Returns from Hiatus on December 6, Enters Final Arc

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Manga switches from Sho-Comi magazine to digital &Flower magazine

Manga creator Kanan Minami posted on Twitter on Friday that she will resume her Awa-Koi manga in Shogakukan's digital magazine &Flower in the magazine's first 2020 issue on December 6. The manga will also start its final arc with the chapter on December 6.

Shogakukan's Sho-Comi magazine had announced in July 2018 that Minami was putting the manga on a long hiatus, and would return to her work when her condition improved.

Minami launched the Awa-Koi manga Sho-Comi in 2016, and the fourth compiled book volume shipped on February 26.

The story centers on a high school girl named Yūka who wants to fall in love but goes for a guy with no interest. In junior high school, she devoted herself to club activities, but after entering high school she decides she definitely wants to get a boyfriend. Yūka knows Kentarō may be a difficult choice, but she sets her sights on him nonetheless.

Minami's Kyō, Koi o Hajimemasu began serializing in Sho-Comi in January 2008, and it ended in 2011. The manga inspired two anime DVDs in 2010 and a live-action film in 2012.

Minami's other manga include Honey & Honey Drops and Miseinen dakedo Kodomo ja Nai.

Sources: Kanan Minami's Twitter account, &Flower

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