Nisio Isin, known for his Monogatari novel and Medaka Box manga series, will launch a new manga titled Ango Gakuen no Iroha with art by Yuji Iwasaki in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine on November 21. The magazine’s newest issue (#49/2022) announced Ishin’s new manga as one of the four new upcoming serializations:
- Ichinose-ke no Taizai by Taizai 5 (November 14)
- Ango Gakuen no Iroha by Nishio Isin with art by Yuji Iwasaki (November 21)
- Ichigo-ki! Sojuchu by Seiji Hayashi (November 28)
- Jinzo Ningen 100 by Daisuke Enoshima (December 5)
The manga artist Yuji Iwasaki posted an illustration of the upcoming manga, and a part of the caption reads “I’m putting my all into drawing for the work to entertain you all, so I’d like to receive your support!“.
Nisio Isin ran a manga titled Medaka Box illustrated by Akira Akatsuki from May 2009 to April 2013 in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine with a total of 22 volumes. The series inspired anime adaptations by the animation studio GAINAX. The first season aired from April to June 2012 with a total of 12 episodes, while the second season aired from October to December 2012 with 11 episodes and one extra episode. The duo also serialized Shonen Shojo in the publishing company’s monthly magazine Jump Square from January 2016 to April 2017 with a total of 3 volumes. His novel Juni Taisen: Zodiac War with art by Hikaru Nakamura also inspired a manga adaptation illustrated by Akira Akatsuki. The manga series ran from September 2017 to May 2018 in Shueisha’s web manga service Shonen Jump+ with a total of 4 volumes. The novel also received an anime adaptation by Studio Graphinica, which aired from October to December 2017 with a total of 12 episodes.
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