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Keiichi Arawi Resumes Nichijō Manga on October 26

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Manga originally ended in 2015 with 10 volumes

Kadokawa revealed on Wednesday that Keiichi Arawi will resume his Nichijō manga in the December issue of Monthly Shōnen Ace on October 26. Arawi additionally stated on Twitter that he wanted to draw the manga again, so he is resuming the series.

The November issue of Kadokawa's Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine had teased last month that Arawi would publish a manga in the magazine's December issue on October 26. The magazine at that time did not specify if the manga would be a series or a one-shot.

The December issue (pictured above) will feature Nichijō on the front cover, and the new chapter will have an opening color page. A supplement for the issue will also feature a work by Arawi, and the issue will bundle a special mask case featuring a drawing by Arawi.

The manga is celebrating the 27th anniversary of the magazine.

Arawi launched the series as a short manga in Monthly Shōnen Ace in 2006 before launching the main manga later that year. The manga also ran in Kadokawa's Comptiq and 4-Koma Nano Ace magazines. Arawi ended the series in 2015 with 10 volumes.

Arawi launched a new serialized manga titled Amemiya-san (pictured at right) in the October issue of Shogakukan's Monthly Shonen Sunday (Gessan) magazine, which shipped on September 10.

Arawi launched the CITY manga in Kodansha's Morning magazine in September 2016, and ended the series in February. Kodansha published the 13th and final volume on April 23. Vertical is publishing the manga in English.

Vertical also released Arawi's Nichijō and Helvetica Standard manga in English. Both of the manga inspired the Nichijō TV anime by Kyoto Animation in 2011. The anime draws from stories in both manga. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan.

Sources: Keiichi Arawi's Twitter account, Monthly Shōnen Ace's Twitter account, Comic Natalie

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