This 12 months’s twenty first situation of Shogakukan‘s Weekly Shonen Sunday journal revealed on Wednesday that Yuu Watase‘s Arata: The Legend (Arata Kangatari) manga will switch to Shogakukan‘s Sunday Webry (Sunday Web Every) manga web site starting with its subsequent chapter, which is able to debut on Sunday Webry on May 4.

Watase acknowledged on Twitter that the rationale for the switch was resulting from her well being. She acknowledged with serialization on the Sunday Webry web site, if issues turned tough she would have the ability to instantly put the manga on hiatus and relaxation. Conversely with {a magazine}, placing a manga instantly on hiatus may be troublesome for others.

The manga returned from a six-year hiatus in Weekly Shonen Sunday in May 2021. The manga went on hiatus in 2015.

Prior to final 12 months’s continuation of the manga, Watase final resumed the manga in July 2015 (after an earlier 17-month hiatus), solely to place the manga again on hiatus a month later. The remastered model of the fifteenth quantity shipped on April 18.

Watase had mentioned on Twitter in December 2020 that she was capable of solidify the remainder of the plot for the manga.

Watase stated on Twitter in July 2019 that she was planning to begin a brand new arc for the manga in the 14th quantity. Watase beforehand acknowledged that she was contemplating resuming the manga in 2018, adding on the time that she was nonetheless recovering from despair.

The manga debuted in Weekly Shonen Sunday in 2008. Viz Media publishes the manga English, and it describes the manga’s story:

In a legendary world the place people and gods co-exist, Arata has the unlucky honor of being the successor to the matriarchal Hime Clan. This means he has to fake to be a lady or face dying if his true gender is found! On the day of his inauguration, an assassination plot forces him to flee – and he by some means winds up in modern-day Japan! Meanwhile, a boy named Arata Hinohara will get sucked into the primary Arata’s world and finds himself coping with individuals after his life!

The manga acquired a 12-episode anime adaptation in 2013, and Crunchyroll streamed the sequence because it aired.

Sources: Weekly Shonen Sunday situation 21, Yuu Watase‘s Twitter account