Kei Sanbe’s Island in a Puddle Manga Ends on September 28
This yr’s nineteenth concern of Kodansha‘s Night journal revealed on Tuesday that Kei Sanbe‘s Island in a Puddle (Mizutamari ni Ukabu Shima) manga will finish within the journal’s twentieth concern on September 28.
Amazon is itemizing that the manga’s fifth quantity would be the closing quantity. The amount will ship on November 22.
Sanbe launched the manga in Kodansha‘s Night journal in November 2019. The manga’s fourth quantity had beforehand listed that the manga’s story was nearing its climax. The amount shipped on July 21.
Kodansha Comics has licensed the collection and can launch it beginning in 2022. The corporate describes the manga:
The tiny house the place Minato lives might as effectively be an remoted island in the course of the ocean. Regardless of nonetheless being in elementary faculty, it falls on his shoulders to take care of his little sister Nagisa, who by no means stops asking when their mom will make one in every of her rare visits dwelling. On a kind of visits, their mom takes them to an amusement park, solely to present Minato some money and go away them on a Ferris wheel… however because the wheel reaches the highest, lightning strikes, and, as a substitute of his sister, Minato sees the corpse of a lady… and, mirrored within the glass trying again at him, an unfamiliar and menacing face!
Sanbe serialized ERASED (Boku dake ga Inai Machi) from 2012 to March 2016, and serialized a by-product manga from June to November 2016. The manga was nominated for the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize ‘Reader Award’ in 2014, the Manga Taisho Awards in 2015, and 2017’s Seiun comedian award. Yen Press has launched the manga in English.
An anime adaptation premiered in January 2016. Aniplex of America licensed the collection, and Crunchyroll, Daisuki, and Funimation streamed the collection because it aired in Japan. The manga additionally impressed a live-action movie that opened in Japan in March 2016. Netflix additionally produced a Japanese live-action collection adaptation that premiered in December 2017.
Sanbe launched the continued For the Child I Noticed in My Goals (Yume de Mita: Anoko no Tame ni) manga in Kadokawa‘s Younger Ace journal in July 2017. Yen Press is releasing the manga in English.
Sources: Night concern 19, Amazon