Hearth Drive Manga Ends in ‘A Few’ Chapters, ‘About’ 2 Volumes
Manga creator Atsushi Ohkubo revealed on his Darkish Souls livestream on December 31 that his Hearth Drive manga will finish in “just a few” chapters, and that he has two chapters left to attract. He additionally confirmed that the manga will finish in “about” two volumes, which might be the thirty fourth quantity.
The manga entered its last arc in October 2021.
Ohkubo beforehand hinted within the writer commentary of the manga’s twenty third compiled ebook quantity in Could 2020 that the manga was in its last stage, and that he was planning for Hearth Drive to be his last manga.
Ohkubo (Soul Eater) launched the sequence in Kodansha‘s Weekly Shōnen Journal in September 2015, and the manga has greater than 17 million copies in circulation worldwide. The manga’s thirty second quantity shipped on December 17. Kodansha Comics publishes the manga in English, and it describes the story:
Terror has paralyzed the clockwork metropolis of Tokyo! Possessed by demons, individuals have begun to burst into flame, resulting in the institution of a particular firefighting crew: the Hearth Drive, able to roll on a second’s discover to combat spontaneous combustion wherever it’d escape. The crew is about to get a really distinctive addition: Shinra, a boy who possesses the distinctive energy to run on the velocity of a rocket, abandoning the well-known “satan’s footprints” (and destroying his footwear within the course of). Can the Hearth Drive uncover the supply of this unusual phenomenon and put a cease to it? Or will the town burn to ashes first?
The manga impressed a tv anime sequence that premiered in July 2019 and ran for twenty-four episodes. The sequence had a “second chapter” that premiered in July 2020 and ran for twenty-four episodes. Funimation streamed the tv anime on its FunimationNow streaming service, and streamed an English dub. Crunchyroll additionally streamed the sequence. The anime premiered on Toonami in July 2019, and the second season premiered on Toonami in October 2020.
Supply: Atsushi Ohkubo‘s livestream (2:21:54 in video)