A leak confirmed that the manga adaptation of the mystery novels written by Honobu Yonezawa, Hyouka, by Task Ohna, will resume in the twelfth edition of this year's Monthly Shonen Ace magazine from Kadokawa publishing house on the 26th of May. October.
A statement had reported in July that the work had entered an indefinite hiatus, so the hiatus ended up having a duration of three months. Yonezawa began publishing the mystery novels in October 2001. Since then, five additional volumes have been published through Kadokawa Publishing between 2002 and 2016.
The manga adaptation by Task Ohna began to be published in Kadokawa's Monthly Shonen Ace magazine in January 2012. The publisher published the twelfth compiled volume on May 25. The play inspired a 22-episode anime adaptation produced by Kyoto Animation Studios, directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto and scripts written by Shoji Gatoh, released in April 2012.
At the request of his older sister, student Hotaro Oreki joins the Kamiyama High School Classical Literature Club to prevent it from being closed, joining the other members of it, Eru Chitanda, Satoshi Fukube and Mayaka Ibara. The story takes place in Kamiyama City, a fictional city in Gifu Prefecture that the author designed based on his hometown, Takayama. The fictional Kamiyama High School is also based on a real location and the Classical Literature Club will begin to solve a series of mysteries, both to help the club and at Eru's request.
Source: Manga Mogura
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