Kodansha is stopping the publication of its Nemesis manga magazine after the 41st issue, which shipped on Thursday. The announcement came in the same issue.
Kodansha launched the magazine in 2010 as a spinoff from its Monthly Shonen Sirius magazine. Nemesis has published such manga as Hiroaki Samura‘s Die Wergelder, Yasushi Baba‘s Golosseum, and Masaaki Nakayama‘s PTSD Radio. Kodansha Comics licensed these and other series for English release.
Die Wergelder will move to the Monthly Shonen Sirius magazine. PTSD Radio, Yumeaki Hirayama and Eiji Toriyama’s Tokyo Densetsu, “Udon” Katsuhiro Nagasawa‘s Kyoaku Gakuen, Cuvie‘s Erzsebet, Yūgo Aosaki and Haruka Tomoyama’s Undead Girl Murder Farce, and Ryūta Yoshinaga’s Monster Banquet will move to Kodansha‘s web manga service Comic Days.
Etorōji Shiono’s Zatsu na Manabiya, Akira T Juki’s Nemesis Neesan, and Masato Hisa‘s Jabberwocky 1914 manga ended in the magazine’s 41st issue.
Source: Comic Natalie
, 2018-08-11 05:02:00
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