Written and illustrated by the manga on the official Twitter account for Daisuke Ashihara, World triggerIt has been announced that the manga will not have a new chapter in this year's fifth edition Jump SQon April 2 due to deterioration in the author's health. The account stated that it was not COVID-19 and work will continue until May.

Ashihara had already paused the manga in February of this year for the same reason. Indeed, while the manga began to be published in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha In 2013 the work was suspended from November 2016 to October 2018, where it was published for some chapters and finally moved to the journal Jump SQ. He has had a variety of breaks since then due to the poor health of the author.

The publisher published the twenty-second compilation volume on June 2. The play has inspired a second season of its animated adaptation on the air since January 9, and has previously confirmed production of a third, which is slated to premiere this October.

World Trigger Synopsis

When the door to another world suddenly opens on earth, the city of Mikado is haunted by strange creatures known as "neighbors", evil beings with traditional weapons. In response to this invasion, an organization known as the Border Defense Agency attacked neighbors with weapons known as "triggers". Even several years after the battle began, the neighbors remain a threat and the agency's members remain on high alert.

Despite this delicate situation, members in training like Osamu Mikumo are not allowed to use their triggers outside of headquarters. But when a mysterious student in his class is dragged into a forbidden area by bullies, the neighbors launch an attack and Osamu has no choice but to do what he sees fit. To her surprise, transfer student Yuuma Kuga quickly takes care of her, revealing that he's a neighbor in disguise.

Source: Official Twitter account

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