The Kadokawa publisher revealed that the author Keiichi Arawi will resume the publication of Manga Nichijou in the twelfth edition of this year of Monthly Shonen Ace, next October 26. Through his Twitter account, Arawi said he wanted to draw this work again, so he decided to finish with the suspension.
The eleventh edition of this year of the magazine had already given a clue last month that Arawi "would publish a manga" in the next edition, however, at the time no more details were given. The press release also included the cover of this twelfth edition, starring the manga in question and celebrating the twenty-seventh anniversary of the magazine.
Arawi published the manga in Monthly Shonen Ace magazine in 2006 as a short sleeve before starting the main publication the following year. She subsequently published it in the magazine Competiq of the Kadokawa publisher and at 4-Koma Nano Ace, ending it in 2015 with a total of ten compilation volumes. The work inspired an adaptation to the anime of twenty-six episodes produced by Kyoto Animation studies and premiered in April 2011.
Synopsis of Nichijou
Nichijou focuses mainly on the daily mischief of a trio of childhood friends - Mio Naganohara high school students, Yuuko Aioi and Mai Minakamami- whose stories are soon intertwined with the young genius Hakase Shinonome, his nano caregiver robot and his speaker cat Sakamoto. Every day that passes, the lives of these six, as well as those of many people around them, experience so much calmness of normal life and the madness of the absurdity. Go to school, be bitten by a talking crow, spending time with friends and seeing how the director gives a blow to a deer: All this is part of the extraordinary daily life of the inhabitants of Nichijou.
Source: Comic Natalie
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