A renowned Japanese leaker confirmed that the manga was written and illustrated by Yuji Terajima, Ace of Diamonds Act II, will take a two-month break from this year's 29 Weekly Shonen magazine, scheduled for June 16 in Japan. Serialization continues in Combo issue 36/37 slated for August 4th. According to Leak, the break is due to a series of interviews the author will attend.

Terajima published the original manga through the magazine Weekly Shonen magazine from the publisher Kodansha between May 2006 and January 2015 with a total of forty-seven edited volumes. Then, in August 2015, β€œAct II” began to be published in the same magazine. The publisher published the 26th anthology in April 2021 in Japan.

The first manga inspired a 126-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. Madhouse Yes Production IG, and aired between October 2013 and March 2016. The second manga also inspired a 52-part anime adaptation produced by the studios. Madhouse, issued between April 2019 and March 2020.

Table of contents Ace of diamonds

The sacred ground of Koshien Stadium is the "Field of Dreams" where the ambitions of high school baseball players are realized. After winning last year's fall tournament, the Seidou High School baseball team has finally earned the right to compete there for the first time in seven years. Beyond the spring tournament, the battle for the best team in the nation looms: Summer Koshien. With players retiring in the third year after the summer tournament, the team must integrate the experience of the seniors and the potential of the newbies in order to defeat familiar and new opponents alike and win the coveted national title.

Meanwhile, pitcher Eijun Sawamura is as determined as ever to win the No. 1 jersey and take the ace position from stubborn rival Satoru Furuya. As the team prepares for its biggest challenge yet, Sawamura and Furuya continue their battle to lead their team to glory and become the star of the game - the true ace of diamonds.

Fountain: Ryokutya

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