Kodansha introduced on Saturday that Yū Suzunoki‘s Kounodori: Dr. Stork (Kōnodori) manga is returning for a brand new arc that may deal with the brand new coronavirus illness (COVID-19).

The new arc, titled Kōnodori: Shingata Coronovirus-hen, will launch in Kodansha‘s Morning journal on April 28. The manga will once more heart on Sakura Kōnotori, and can element the struggles of being an OB/GYN concerned in childbirth throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Suzunoki launched the principle manga in Kodansha‘s Morning journal in August 2012, and the sequence ended in May 2020. Kodansha revealed the thirty second and closing quantity in October 2020.

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

Childbirth is not an sickness, so underneath regular circumstances, insurance coverage will not cowl it. Delivery employees would not remedy illness or deal with accidents, so there isn’t any want for a health care provider…except, after all, circumstances aren’t regular. This smash-hit drama offers a glance into the lives of the women and men who work to welcome 1,000,000 new lives into the world annually in Japan.

The manga impressed a live-action tv sequence in October 2015, and a sequel sequence premiered in October 2017.

Update: Suzunoki can even launch a brand new manga titled Ryōma ga Yuku based mostly on Ryōtarō’s historic novel beginning in Bungeishunju‘s Weekly Bunshun journal on April 28. The manga tells a fictional story in regards to the historic determine Sakamoto Ryōma. Source: Comic Natalie

Source: Morning