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Sukeban Deka Pretend Manga Goes on Hiatus Due to Deaths in Artist's Family

Sukeban Deka Pretend Manga Goes on Hiatus Due to Deaths in Artist's Family


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Sukeban Deka Faux Manga Goes on Hiatus Because of Deaths in Artist’s Household

Manga spinoff launched in August 2021

Manga creator Shingi Hosokawa introduced on their Twitter account on Tuesday that the Sukeban Deka Faux manga will go on hiatus, and won’t seem within the March challenge of Akita Shoten‘s Month-to-month Princess journal on Friday. Hosokawa defined that their grandfather handed away in January, quickly after their grandmother handed away in December, and that they’re presently mentally unable to maintain up with the manga’s schedule. Hosokawa didn’t announce a date for the manga’s return.

The manga spinoff of Shinji Wada‘s Sukeban Deka manga launched in Month-to-month Princess in August 2021. Wada is credited for the unique work, Sai Ihara is penning the script, and Hosokawa is drawing the artwork. The manga facilities on Asami, a cheerful lady who attends Takanoha Excessive College. The story begins when she encounters a mysterious yo-yo, and a mysterious lady.

Wada’s iconic Sukeban Deka manga facilities on Saki Asamiya, a highschool delinquent who strikes a cope with the police to research her former highschool and bust unlawful gang actions, in alternate for her mom’s pardon. Armed together with her steel yo-yo, she fights the Mizuchi sisters, who de facto management the college.

Sukeban Deka beforehand impressed two spinoff manga. Saori Muronaga launched Toki o Kakeru Sukeban Deka (The Sukeban Deka Who Leapt Via Time) in Month-to-month Princess in January 2021. Ashibi Fukui launched Re: Sukeban Deka in the identical journal in February 2021.

The late Wada serialized the manga in Hakusensha‘s Hana to Yume journal from 1976 to 1982. The manga impressed a 1991 video anime mission and a number of other common live-action collection and movies within the 80s. It additionally impressed a 2006 live-action movie.

Picture from Shingi Hosokawa’s Twitter account


Supply: Shingi Hosokawa’s Twitter account