In this year's twelfth issue of the magazine Monthly comic alive from the publisher Kadokawa The final chapter of the spin-off manga, written and illustrated by Ariko, SSSS.Gridman: Shinseki Chuugakusei Nikki.

Ariko began publishing the manga in Kadokawa Publishing's Monthly Comic Alive in October 2019. The publisher released the first compiled volume on May 23rd and will release the second on December 23rd in Japan. This manga is part of the studios' original anime spin-off projects Trigger, SSSS.Gridman, announced in May 2019. This spin-off focuses on Neon Genesis Junior High students and their daily lives as they chase cats, buy treats, and eat Nabe together.

On the other hand, SSSS.Gridman is an anime series based on the 1993 Tokusatsu series. Choujin Gridman. The twelve-episode series was produced by the studios Trigger, Headed by Akira Amemiya and scripts written by Keiichi Hasegawa, released in October 2018. Production of a sequel entitled SSSS.Dynazenon it is confirmed.

Synopsis of SSSS.Gridman

Yuuta Hibiki wakes up in Rikka Takarada's room and realizes two things: he has no memories and can hear a mysterious voice calling him from a nearby room. On closer inspection he finds a robot pretending to be a Hyper Agent Gridman behind an old computer. To Yuuta's surprise, Rikka mentions that she can't hear Gridman, nor can she see the menacing monsters hovering over a thick fog that surrounds the city outside.

Another giant monster appears in the city and wreaks havoc. Amid the confusion, Yuuta is withdrawn to the old computer and eventually merges with Gridman. Suddenly he appears in the middle of the fight and is forced to fight the monster. Together with RIkka and his partner Shou Utsumi, Yuuta forms the "Gridman Alliance" in order to defeat the monsters that plague the city and to find the person responsible for their appearance.

Source: ANN

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