Tetsuya Tsutsui noise Manga Resumes, Ends in 3 Chapters
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The first 2020 issue of Shueisha's Grand Jump magazine revealed on Wednesday that Tetsuya Tsutsui's noise manga is resuming serialization in the magazine's next issue on December 18, and will end in three chapters. If there are no delays, the manga will end on January 22.
The suspense manga is set in a rural hunting town that has been suffering from a steadily shrinking population due to aging and migration over the course of many years. But when the town begins producing a product known as the "black fig," it begins bringing money and opportunity back to the town. The story begins when Keita Izumi, a caretaker of a black fig plantation, meets a man with an air that is ill-fitting for the town.
Tsutsui launched the noise manga in Grand Jump in December 2017. Shueisha published the manga's second compiled book volume on March 19.
Tsutsui launched the Prophecy (Yokokuhan) manga in Shueisha's Jump X magazine in 2011, and ended it in August 2013. Shueisha published three compiled book volumes for the manga. Vertical published all three volumes. Fumio Obata launched a spinoff manga titled Yokokuhan: The Copycat in Jump X in April 2014, and ended it in 2015. The manga also received three volumes. Prophecy inspired a live-action film adaptation that opened in Japan in June 2015.
Source: Grand Jump issue 1