End of Natsume Ono’s Badon Manga Series

The end of Natsume Ono’s BADON manga will be disclosed in the next edition of Monthly Big Gangan magazine, which will be released on March 25.

This information was announced on Saturday in the March issue of this year’s yearly publication.

Ono first published the manga in the January 2019 issue of Monthly Big Gangan.

On October 25th, Square Enix released the ninth compilation book volume of the respective manga series.

The plot revolves around four formerly incarcerated individuals who became acquainted while they were incarcerated.

After their release, they relocated to the capital city of BADON to establish a tobacco shop that caters to a more affluent clientele.

Natsume Ono Ends Badon manga End of Natsume Ono's Badon Manga Series

Her works include House of Five Leaves, Ristorante Paradiso, Gente-Ristorante no Hitobito, Tesoro, and Not Simple.

Ono made her debut in 2003 with La Quinta Camera, 5 Banme no Heya.

Since then, she has released several other works.

Viz Media has published every one of these titles in North America.

While Yen Press released the English translation of Ono’s ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. manga, Kodansha USA published the English translation of Ono’s Danza manga.

Among Ono’s other manga series, you can find Lady and Oldman in the Shueisha magazine Ultra Jump and Have a Great Sunday in the Kodansha magazine Morning Two.

The works of television anime have all influenced the television anime adaptations of House of Five Leaves, Ristorante Paradiso, and ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept.

Source: Monthly Big Gangan March Issue

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