The Vampire Dies in No Time Manga Goes Into Coffin, Extends Hiatus
The Vampire Dies in No Time launched in June 2015 in Weekly Shonen Champion. It has since inspired an anime adaptation that premiered in October 2021 and is currently streaming on Funimation. The manga is also published in a 25th volume compiled book from Akita Shoten.
The creator of The Vampire Dies in No Time, Itaru Bonnoki, announced on Monday that the popular manga will be extending its hiatus. Bonnoki has been tweeting about his health, and it seems like the decision to take a break is mainly due to a decline in his physical condition. He made the announcement on Twitter, letting everyone know that he will only return to the series when his stomach recovers enough to enjoy a Burger King Whopper.
In this comical story, vampire hunter Ronaldo travels to a castle in search of a mysterious vampire who has been kidnapping children. But when he arrives at the castle, he discovers that the vampire is actually a wimpy little kid who turns to dust at the slightest touch and calls himself Draluc. The two make an uneasy ally as they fight to rid the world of the supposedly most evil vampire.
Bonnoki's manga is famous for its humor and wild character designs. The manga often references pop culture, and its characters are full of eccentric quirks. Some of the most memorable moments include:
Vampires are also depicted as sexy, buff creatures who love to get into sexual adventures. The manga has become so popular that it even spawned a hyper casual game app temporarily called Sugu Shinu! (Die Instantly!) that was released on iOS and Android in 2023.
Aside from its humor and action, The Vampire Dies in No Time also features some heart-wrenching moments. For instance, the protagonists' grandmother, Genya, dies after attempting to prevent a young vampire from attacking her grandson. The manga also explores the dark side of human beings as well, with the protagonists often fighting against corrupt officials and other unscrupulous people.
The Vampire Dies in no Time has earned a reputation for being one of the most twisted shoujo romances ever written. It is a highly recommended title for those who are looking for something different and interesting to read.
Making a manga takes an immense amount of time and effort. As such, it is only natural that manga creators need to take breaks from time to time. In fact, some of the most popular manga titles have had multiple hiatuses over the years.
This is why fans should be prepared to see more pauses in The Vampire Dies in No Time in the future. In the meantime, fans can check out the manga's reprint volumes or watch its anime adaptation on Crunchyroll. Hopefully, the shoujo anime will inspire The Vampire Dies in No Time to come back again in the near future. In the meantime, readers can keep up to date on the latest news and developments about the manga's future by following its official Twitter account.
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