Oshi no Ko manga to go on unexpected hiatus!
Oshi no Ko is a serialized manga that has been running in the Young Jump magazine since 2020. The story follows the lives of two young people, Aquamarine and Neiru, who are both involved in the world of idol entertainment.
The popular manga series Oshi no Ko is going on a hiatus due to the health of its creator, Aka Akasaka. In a letter to fans, Akasaka revealed that he has been facing a lot of health issues lately, including sleep deprivation and anxiety. He felt that he needed to take a break to focus on his health and to prevent his condition from worsening.
Akasaka also apologized to fans for the inconvenience, and he promised to return to work as soon as he is able. The manga is set to resume publication on September 14th, 2023, in Issue 42 of the Young Jump seinen magazine in Japan.
Oshi no Ko is a serialized manga that has been running in the Young Jump magazine since 2020. The story follows the lives of two young people, Aquamarine and Neiru, who are both involved in the world of idol entertainment. Aquamarine is a rising star in the idol industry, while Neiru is a doctor who works at a clinic for idols. The two of them are drawn together by a series of mysterious events, and they soon find themselves caught up in a web of dark secrets.
The manga has been praised for its complex and suspenseful plot, as well as its well-developed characters. It has also been a commercial success, with over 2 million copies in circulation.
The hiatus of Oshi no Ko is a disappointment to fans, but it is understandable given Akasaka's health condition. Fans are hoping that he will be able to take the time he needs to recover and that he will be able to return to work soon.
In the meantime, fans can still enjoy the first 41 chapters of the manga, which are available in English from Viz Media. They can also look forward to the upcoming anime adaptation of the manga, which is scheduled to premiere in 2023.
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