On the official Twitter account for the manga written and illustrated by Daisuke Ashihara, World trigger, it was announced that the series will not appear in this year's issue # 8 of the magazine Jump SQ from the publisher Shueisha due to poor health of the author. The manga will resume in issue # 9, which will launch in August.

Recently, the same magazine published a part of chapter # 197 of the manga in draft format because the author was not able to finish it due to his poor health.

Ashihara started manga publication in the magazine Weekly Shonen Jump from the publisher Shueisha in 2013. The manga went on hiatus since November 2016 due to Ashihara's ill health, and resumed in December 2018, this time in Jump SQ magazine. Going forward, the series would take multiple breaks for the same reasons.

The publisher published the twenty-second compilation volume on June 4. The play is inspiring a new season of its anime adaptation, which will feature the same cast of voices from previous productions.

World Trigger Synopsis

When the door to another world suddenly opens on Earth, the city of Mikado is invaded by strange creatures known as "Neighbors", who are malicious beings with traditional weapons. In response to this invasion, an organization known as the Border Defense Agency engages in combat with the Neighbors using weapons known as the "Triggers." Even several years after the start of the battle, Neighbors remain a threat and Agency members remain on alert.

Despite this delicate situation, members in training, such as Osamu Mikumo, are not allowed to use their Triggers outside of headquarters. But when a mysterious student in his class is dragged into a prohibited area by thugs, the Neighbors initiate an attack, and Osamu has no choice but to do what he thinks is right. To their surprise, transfer student Yuuma Kuga quickly takes care of them, revealing that he is a Disguised Neighbor.

Source: ANN

Β© 葦 原 倧 δ»‹ / 集 θ‹± η€Ύ ・ 東 映 γ‚’ ニ パ γƒΌ γ‚· ョ ン

.

About the Author

Sweety Otaku

One of the best parts of watching anime is how many times a show can surprise you. Sometimes for good, sometimes for bad. But if the Otaku know one thing, it's that anything is possible.

View All Articles