The March 2020 issue of Square Enix’s Shonen Gangan magazine revealed on Wednesday that Karino Takatsu’s My Monster Girl’s Too Cool for You (Ore no Kanojo ni Nanika Yōkai) four-panel comedy manga series will end in three chapters. If there are no delays, the manga will end in May 2020.
Takatsu launched the manga in Shonen Gangan magazine in 2011. Square Enix published the manga’s sixth compiled book volume last June.
Takatso launched a spinoff manga titled Hyōtenka no Kanojo ni Nanika Yōkai (The Girl Below Freezing is Some Kind of Monster) on Square Enix’s Gangan Online web manga site in 2016 and ended it in 2017.
Takatsu began her Working!! manga in Shonen Gangan in 2005, and it inspired three television anime seasons.
Crunchyroll streamed all three series as they aired in Japan, and NIS America licensed and released the first two seasons in North America under the title Wagnaria!!.
Aniplex of America released the third season.
Her Web-ban is Working!! the web manga version of the Working!! The manga inspired a television anime adaptation titled WWW.WORKING in 2016.
Source: Shonen Gangan March issue
The plot of My Monster Girl’s Too Cool for You
In a world where youkai and humans attend school together, a boy named Atsushi Fukuzumi falls for snow youkai Muku Shiroishi. Fukuzumi’s passionate feelings melt Muku’s heart…and the rest of her! The first volume of an interspecies romantic comedy you’re sure to fall head over heels for!!
While attending a human/youkai co-ed school, Fukuzumi confesses to Shiroishi Muku, a classmate who happens to be a Snow Woman. He gets dumped, and hilarity ensues.
Ore no Kanojo ni Nanika Youkai has been published digitally in English as My Monster Girl’s Too Cool For You by Yen Press since September 29, 2015.
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My Monster Girl’s Too Cool for You Manga is published by Yen Press. Yen Press, LLC is an American manga and graphic novel publisher co-owned by Kadokawa Corporation and Hachette Book Group.
It published Yen Plus, a monthly comic anthology, between 2008 and 2013. In addition to translated material, Yen Press has published original series, most notably a manga adaptation of James Patterson’s Maximum Ride and Svetlana Chmakova’s Nightschool.
In 2009, Yen Press announced that it had acquired the rights to Kiyohiko Azuma’s manga Yotsuba! and Azumanga Daioh from their former licensee, A.D. Vision.
In September 2009, Yen Press reissued the first five volumes of Yotsuba! in addition to publishing the sixth volume; Azumanga Daioh was reissued with a new translation in December 2009.
On April 11, 2016, it was announced that Yen Press would function as a joint venture between Hachette Book Group and major Japanese publisher Kadokawa Dwango, with Kadokawa owning 51% of the company.
Yen Press was founded in 2006 by former Borders Group buyer Kurt Hassler and DC Comics VP Rich Johnson. In July 2007, it was announced that Yen Press was to absorb ICEkunion, a Korean publisher that had been publishing manhwa in the United States.
While the manga titles bearing ICEkunion’s label would continue to be sold in stores, subsequent printings would bear the Yen Press logo.
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