Monthly Action’s Final Issue Reveals Fates of Remaining Manga

In an exciting turn of events for manga enthusiasts, the final issue of Futabasha’s Monthly Action magazine recently revealed the fates of the manga currently serialized in the publication.

This announcement has left fans eagerly anticipating the future of their favorite series.

From beloved spin-offs to new additions, the magazine’s final issue sets the stage for an exciting transition.

Let’s dive into the details and explore the exciting developments in the world of manga.

Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid and Tsugumomo Find New Homes

The popular manga series, “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid” by Coolkyoushinja, and “Tsugumomo” by Yoshikazu Hamada have found new homes after the conclusion of Monthly Action.

Fans of these series can breathe a sigh of relief as they continue their adventures in Futabasha’s sister magazine, Manga Action.

This transition ensures that readers can follow the captivating stories and engaging characters they have grown to love.

Exciting Spin-Offs

In addition to the main series, several spin-offs of “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid” will also continue their publication journey.

These include “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Elma’s Office Lady Diary,” “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Kanna’s Daily Life,” “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Fafnir the Recluse,” and “Kobayashi-san-chi no Maid Dragon: Lucoa wa Boku no xx Desu.”

Fans can look forward to exploring these delightful side stories that further expand the Dragon Maid universe.

Web Action Welcomes Newcomers

The Web Action manga website is set to welcome several series from Monthly Action.

Fans can follow the adventures of “Hina no Mama ja Dame Desu ka?” by Chihiro Kurachi and “Seiten no Ordo – Talc Teikoku Kōkyū Hishi” by Kōichi Ōnishi on this platform.

These new additions promise an exciting lineup of diverse stories for readers to enjoy.

Manga Moving to Web Action

Numerous manga series will make the transition from Monthly Action to the Web Action platform.

Among them are “Kakushite! Makina-san!!,” “Tsuki Izuru Machi no Hitobito,” “Suki Darake da yo Yamada-san!!,” “Mibōjin Elf no Kanamori-san,” “Otonari Little Witch,” “Hajimete no Ojō-sama,” “Chōkadō Girls,” “Chimera Project: Zero,” “Akazukin, Tabi no Tochū de Shitai to Deau,” “Seishōnen Ashibe,” “Wakaba-chan wa Wakarasetai,” “Himote no Gimon ni Kotaeru Hon,” “Holmes of Kyoto,” “Bōken ni wa, Buki ga Hitsuyō da! – Kodawari Rudy no Kajiya Gurashi,” “Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time,” “Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Oni,” “Isekai Cheat Kaitakuki,” “Nagomi Kyūketsuki no Kogomi-san,” “Yumegahara-san wa Yumemigachi!,” and “Armagia -Project-.” These diverse manga series offer something for every reader, spanning various genres and captivating storytelling.

A Look Into Monthly Action’s History

Since its inception on May 25, 2013, Monthly Action has been a hub for exciting manga series.

Over the years, the magazine has showcased a wide range of titles, including popular series like “Action Mask,” “My Brother’s Husband,” “Orange,” “UzaMaid – Our Maid is Way Too Annoying!,” “My Pathetic Vampire Life,” “Our Colors,” “My Boy,” “Become You,” “The Country Without Humans,” “I Want to Eat Your Pancreas,” and “Holmes of Kyoto.”

The magazine has been a platform for talented creators to share their unique visions with readers.

Final Thoughts

The final issue of Monthly Action magazine marks the beginning of a new chapter for the manga series it houses.

As beloved titles find new homes and new stories emerge, manga enthusiasts can look forward to a vibrant and diverse landscape filled with captivating characters and immersive narratives.

Whether it’s following the adventures of Kobayashi and her dragon maid or exploring the pages of a fresh and exciting series, the world of manga continues to provide endless entertainment for readers.

Stay tuned for more updates and announcements as these manga series make their way to new platforms, promising a bright future for the industry and its devoted fans.

Source: Monthly Action April issue

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