Osomatsu-san manga adaptation by the end of this month

In the eleventh issue of the magazine cookie from the publisher ShueishaIt was announced that the manga adaptation of the original anime Osomatsu-san, responsible for Masako Shitarawill end in the next issue of the magazine on October 26th.

Shitara began to publish the manga in the magazine YOU Moved from Shueisha-Verlag in January 2016 and in 2018 to Cookie-Magazin. The piece contains a different original story than that shown in the anime, and the publisher released the eighth compiled volume in February 2019.

The first season of this original anime premiered in October 2015 with a total of 50 episodes in two seasons, the second in October 2017. A third season is set to premiere next in Japan October 12th °.

The series is indeed a spiritual sequel to the manga by Fujio Akatsuka, Osomatsu-kun, which was published in various magazines between 1962 and 1969 and compiled a total of 34 volumes. This manga inspired two anime adaptations that were released in February 1966 and February 1988.

Osomatsu-san synopsis

Much of the Matsuno family consists of the Matsuno sextuplets, which include the leader Osomatsu, the male Karamatsu, the voice of reason Choromatsu, the cynical Ichimatsu, the hyperactive Juushimatsu, and the loving Todomatsu. Although each of them are already in their twenties, they are incredibly lazy and unmotivated to get a job and choose to live as NEETs. On the rare occasion that they are trying to find a job and during an interview, their personalities always play against them.

From trying to meet girls to looking for work, the Matsuno brothers' daily life is never boring. While each of them tries to be respectable members of society, they must first face the challenges of having five siblings like you.

Source: ANN

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