This 12 months’s sixteenth challenge of Shueisha‘s Young Jump journal printed the ultimate chapter of Yasunori Mitsunaga and Yoshimitsu Iruka’s Evil Heroes manga on Thursday. The manga’s fourth compiled e-book quantity will ship on June 17.

The manga is about in a world the place villains named Evils continually threaten humanity, and solely Heroes can stand of their approach. A younger boy named Hideo, who was as soon as saved by a Hero, stumbles onto the reality of this example, and now begins to doubt if Heroes are really the ally of humanity.

Mitsunaga and Iruka launched the manga in Young Jump in May 2021. Mitsunaga wrote the story, and Iruka drew the artwork. The work is Iruka’s debut serialized work.

Mitsunaga ended the Princess Resurrection Nightmare (Kaibutsu Oujo Nightmare) manga in March 2021, marking the top of your entire Princess Resurrection manga franchise. Mitsunaga launched the manga in Kodansha‘s Monthly Shonen Sirius journal in November 2017. Kodansha printed the manga’s seventh quantity in August 2021. Kodansha Comics is releasing the collection digitally in English, and it launched the seventh quantity on January 4.

Del Rey printed seven volumes the principle Princess Resurrection manga in North America, though it stopped publishing the collection earlier than Kodansha Comics took over its titles. Kodansha Comics has since printed all 20 volumes digitally.

Princess Resurrection ran in Monthly Shonen Sirius from 2005 to 2013. Kodansha printed 20 compiled e-book volumes for the collection. The manga impressed a tv anime adaptation and a three-episode OVA. Sentai Filmworks re-released the tv anime model of Princess Resurrection with an English dub on DVD in 2012, and launched it on Blu-ray Disc in April 2019.

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