In this year's combined issue No. 33-34 of the magazine Weekly boy's jump from the publisher ShueishaThe Manga series was reported to have been written and illustrated by Yasuhisa Hara, kingdomwill pause an issue and resume on August 6th.

The manga had returned from a break of three issues on June 4 as the author used this time to plan the next sheet. Hara, for her part, began publishing the manga in Shueisha magazine's Weekly Young Jump Magazine in 2006. The publisher published the fifty-eighth compilation volume on June 19.

The work inspired an adaptation of the anime released in 2012, followed by a second season in 2013. Finally, the third season premiered on April 5, but announced the indefinite suspension of new episodes from the fifth due to the spread of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Japan.

In addition, the manga also inspired a live action film from Shinsuke Satouand which was released in Japanese cinemas in April 2019.

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During the Warring Kingdoms in ancient China (421-221 BC), Shin and Hyou were war orphans in the Kingdom of Qin. You dream of trying one day on the battlefield.

One day, however, a minister brings Hyou to the palace. Hyou lands on the losing side of a power struggle and barely manages to return to his village alive. For his part, Shin meets a boy who is very similar to Hyou, named Ei Sei, who is initially the King of Qin and will become Emperor Shi Huangdi in the future.

Source: ANN

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