Hataraku Saibou Black manga ends this month
In this year's seventh issue of Kodansha publisher's Morning magazine, it was announced that the spin-off manga written by Shigemitsu Harada and illustrated by Issei Hatsuyoshiya, Hataraku Saibou Black (Cells at Work! Code Black), will come to an end with his next chapter, which will be published in Japan on January 21.
Information had previously been leaked that the eighth volume, scheduled to be released in Japan on February 22, would be the last of the franchise, however, an exact end date had not been revealed. Harada and Hatsuyoshiya have published the manga in Kodansha publisher's Morning magazine since June 2018. The publisher published the sixth compiled volume on April 23, followed by the seventh on September 23.
The work is inspiring an anime adaptation produced by LIDEN FILMS studios, under the direction of Hideyo Yamamoto and scripts written by Hayashi Mori, which has been broadcast since January 9 in Japan and is confirmed with a total of thirteen episodes. .
Synopsis of Hataraku Saibou Black
The story centers on a fledgling red blood cell, a member of the other 37 trillion cells in the body. But something is wrong! Stress hormones keep screaming at you to pick up your pace. Blood vessels are covered in cholesterol. Ulcers, fatty liver, problems (ahem) below ... It is difficult for a cell to do its job when there is a BLACK CODE every day! Hataraku Saibou showed what happens inside a young and healthy body ... but what if the body not so young and never very healthy? Hataraku Saibō BLACK tells the story of such a body, starring a red blood cell and a white blood cell, as they struggle to survive while doing their job inside a body that suffers from alcoholism, smoking, erectile dysfunction, foot! athlete, gout ... literally body horror. Whoever this guy is, he's lucky the cells can't go on strike!
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