Aka Akasaka and Mengo Yokoyari’s Oshi no Ko manga began a two-week hiatus in Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump magazine on Thursday. The manga marked the 100th chapter in the previous issue and will resume the serialization on December 1. The hiatus came after Aka Akasaka’s conclusion of Kaugya-sama: Love is War in the magazine in early November.
Mengo Yokoyari, the manga artist of the Oshi no Ko manga updated her Twitter page on Thursday to inform her followers of the hiatus:
“The manga is off in the magazine! Akapii [nickname for Aka Akasaka] is on vacation after Kaguya-sama’s conclusion and I also got a little bit more days off as a small benefit from that, so the manga will be away for a bit more. A lot of stuff is in preparation… So I hope you can take it easy and wait.”
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Aka Akasaka is currently writing Oshi no Ko manga with art by Mengo Yokari, who is best known for her manga series Scum’s Wish, in Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump magazine since April 2020. The series released the first compiled volume in July 2022 and the newest, 9th compiled volume in October 2022. The manga surpassed 3.8 million circulating copies and is receiving an anime adaptation by Doga Kobo in 2023. New information will be announced on the anime’s official YouTube channel in December. Aka Akasaka’s Kaguya-sama Love Is War manga launched in Shueisha’s monthly magazine Miracle Jump in May 2015, but was later moved to Weekly Young Jump magazine in March 2016. The series will have a total of 28 volumes. The manga creator released a statement on the finale, in which he announced his retirement as a manga artist, saying that he will dedicate himself to story writing as an original writer of manga works.
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