Welcome to the Ballroom Manga’s Hiatus Continues for One other Month
Manga creator Tomo Takeuchi introduced on Twitter on Wednesday that her Welcome to the Ballroom manga wouldn’t seem within the December situation of Kodansha‘s Month-to-month Shonen Journal on Friday. Takeuchi said the hiatus was on account of issues transferring the manga’s workflow to a digital work surroundings.
The manga additionally took a hiatus final month as a result of institution of a brand new system and the substitute of assistants, which slowed down the manga’s workflow.
The manga went on hiatus in December 2017 on account of Takeuchi’s well being, and had returned from hiatus in July 2019. The manga then went on hiatus once more from January to July 2020.
Takeuchi started the collection in Month-to-month Shonen Journal in 2011. Kodansha revealed the manga’s eleventh compiled e-book quantity on April 16. Kodansha Comics revealed the manga’s tenth quantity in North America on Wednesday. The collection was nominated for Manga Taisho awards, and was ranked on Comedian Natalie‘s and the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! guidebook’s lists of greatest manga in 2013.
Kodansha Comics describes the story of the collection:
Feckless highschool scholar Tatara Fujita desires to be good at one thing – something. Sadly, he is about as common as a slouchy teen may be. The native bullies know this, and make it a behavior to hit him up for money, however all that adjustments when the debonair Kaname Sengoku sends them packing. Sengoku’s not the neighborhood watch, although. He is an expert ballroom dancer. And as soon as Tatara Fujita will get pulled into the world of the ballroom, his life won’t ever be the identical.
Manufacturing I.G‘s tv anime adaptation of the manga premiered in July 2017, and resulted in December 2017 with 24 episodes. The collection streamed on Amazon‘s now-defunct Anime Strike channel because it aired in Japan.
Supply: Tomo Takeuchi‘s Twitter account