Killer Vamp Manga Enters Final Arc

The official X (formerly Twitter) account of Shogakukan’s Manga ONE app announced on Tuesday that Hajime Bako’s Killer Vamp (Chi to Hai no Joō) manga will be entering its final arc in the upcoming chapter on March 26.

Killer Vamp took a break in January to get ready for its final arc, and it started up again on February 20.

Bako released the manga on Shogakukan’s web manga site Ura Sunday and in the Manga ONE app in December 2016.

The manga’s first compiled book volume was published by Shogakukan in May 2017, with the 21st volume released on March 12.

Comikey publishes the manga digitally and provides a description of the story of Killer vamp:

killer vamp Killer Vamp Manga Enters Final Arc

Rest assured… You’re not going to die just yet.

Ever since the eruption of Mount Fuji, the nights in Japan and this city have undergone a complete transformation.

The individuals covered in volcanic ash from Mount Fuji have transformed into formidable beings, harnessing immense power as they engage in deadly combat and bathe in the blood of their adversaries.

Bako’s initiative in 2017 saved the manga from being cancelled by urging fans to support the series by purchasing its first volume.

The editor informed him that if the initial volume fails to sell an additional 1,000 copies by one month prior to the release of the third volume, the series will be discontinued after the fourth volume.

Just a week after Bako’s plea, the manga’s first volume managed to sell around 1,000 copies, effectively saving the series from cancellation.

In 2018, the manga earned the impressive rank of #7 in the Web Manga category of the fourth “Next Manga Awards” (Tsugi ni Kuru Manga Taishō)..

References: Manga ONE app’s X/Twitter

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