In this year's 32nd edition of the magazine Young Jump from the publisher Shueisha it was revealed that the manga written by Hiroshi Takano and illustrated by Hiroshi Motomiya, Good job, will end in the next edition of the magazine, on July 16.

Takano and Motomiya began publishing the manga in Shueisha's Young Jump magazine in July 2018. Takano is in charge of writing the story while Motomiya is in charge of art. The publisher published the fourth compilation volume on March 19 and it was previously announced that the manga had already entered its final arc.

For his part, Motomiya debuted as an illustrator in 1965. Many of his manga like Otoko Ippiki Geki Daisho, Ore no Sora, and Otokogi, have inspired live-action and anime adaptations.


The manga features a compilation of stories about different occupations. When it was released, the play contained the slogan โ€œTax collectors, delivery staff, nursesโ€ฆ it's all about working adults!

Source: ANN

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