Kazuma Ōtorino, Hikaru Arashima's Azalea Manga Ends

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Manga debuted in August 2019

Kazuma Ōtorino and Hikaru Arashima's Azalea manga ended on Friday on Comiplex, the manga website of Hero's Inc.'s Monthly Hero's magazine.

The manga debuted in Monthly Hero's in August 2019. The manga moved to the online "ComiPre" (Comiplex) website when the publisher moved all manga that were running in Monthly Hero's magazine in November 2020. Hero's Inc. published the manga's third compiled book volume in March. Ōtorino wrote the manga, while Arashima drew the art.

Ōtorino's Ryūgajō Nanana no Maizōkin (Nanana's Buried Treasure) light novel series launched in 2012, and ended in 2016 with 12 volumes. The illustrator Akaringo provided illustrations for the novels up to the seventh volume, before Non took over as illustrator due to Akaringo's poor health. The novel series inspired a television anime in 2014. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired in Japan, and Daisuki began streaming the series one month after its Japanese broadcast.

Arashima and Rando Ayamine launched their manga adaptation of Fields' Majestic Prince multimedia project in Monthly Hero's in 2011, and ended it on March 1. Hero's Inc. published the manga's 16th and final volume on May 2. A television anime in the project ran for 24 episodes in 2013. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan, and Sentai Filmworks released the anime on home video in North America in 2014 with an English dub. The franchise received a new film in November 2016, as well as a brand-new "episode 25" for the television anime in September 2016 to bridge the plot of the television anime to the new film.

Source: Comiplex

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