The latest edition of Dengeki Daioh, publisher Kadokawa, of Monthly Comic Magazine confirmed that the manga adaptation of Eromanga Sensei, written by original author Tsukasa Fushimi and with drawings by Hiro Kanzaki, ends May 27th.

The manga first appeared in the same magazine in May 2014and on February 10, Kadokawa came to release the eleventh volume in the series. For those unfamiliar with the story of Fushimi's work, below is the official description of Dark Horse Comics who translated and distributed the series in the United States.

"Writing easy novels is not that easy, especially in high school ... and you have to cook and do other chores Your stepsister who barely left her room for the past year! In the light novel business, having the right person to illustrate your books and thus help you sell them and maybe become a manga or anime is crucial! But in a world of online pseudonyms, the author and illustrator may never know each other ...until one day they find out that they were under the same roof the whole time! Now, the home life of confident writer Masamune Izumi and his lonely sister Sagiri, also known as Eromanga Sensei, will be a story that will connect to their careers, troubled community, and first rivals in the industry! "

Recall that Eromanga Sensei was banned by the Australian federal court because some scenes of Senator Stirling Griff were deemed inadequate, as was the case with other hit series, such as isekai Sword Art Online.

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