Perfect World Manga Ends Serialization in 3 Chapters

posted on by Alex Mateo
Manga debuted in February 2015

The official Twitter account of Kodansha's Kiss magazine announced on Friday that Rie Aruga's Perfect World manga will end serialization in three chapters.

The 11th compiled book volume of the manga had revealed on August 12 that the manga will end in the 12th volume. Aruga previously revealed in April 2019 that that manga was heading toward its "final stage."

Kodansha Comics is releasing the manga digitally and physically in English, and it describes the story:

26-year-old Tsugumi Kawana reunites with her first crush from high school, Itsuki Ayukawa, at a get-together between an architecture firm and the interior design company she works at. He sends her heart aflutter, until she realizes he's now disabled, and in a wheelchair. At first she feels she couldn't date a guy in a wheelchair, but then her feelings begin to change …

Aruga launched the series in Kiss magazine in February 2015. The manga was nominated in April 2019 for Kodansha's 43rd annual Manga Awards.

A live-action film adaptation opened in Japan in October 2018. The film earned 17,380,800 yen (about US$153,800) to rank #4 at the Japanese box office in its opening weekend. A live-action series adaptation of the manga premiered on Fuji TV and Kansai TV in April 2019.

Source: Kiss magazine's Twitter account

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