The Yumekui Merry manga comes to an end

The Yumekui Merry manga comes to an end

The final chapter of the manga written and illustrated by Ushiki Yoshitaka, Yumekui Merry, was published in the first edition of Manga Time Kirara Forward magazine from Houbunsha publishing house. The chapter featured a color page as a way to close the work.

The Yumekui Merry manga comes to an end

Ushiki began publishing the manga in Houbunsha publisher's Manga Time Kirara Forward magazine in 2008. The publisher published the twenty-third compilation volume on June 12, and will publish the twenty-fourth and final volume on December 11 in Japan. .

The play inspired a thirteen-episode anime adaptation produced by J.C. Staff, directed by Shigeyasu Yamauchi and scripts written by Ushiki Yoshitaka, released in January 2011.

Yumekui Merry Synopsis

Yumeji Fujiwara is a seemingly normal high school student. But ten years ago, Yumeji gained the ability to see the dream auras of other people around him. The ability allows Yumeji to predict what kind of dream the person will have next. The dreams of others may not be a mystery to Yumeji, but his own dreams have had him very confused. Dream after dream, Yumeji has been haunted by a host of cats led by John Doe, who claims that he requires Yumeji's body to enter the real world. These strange events become even stranger when Yumeji meets Nightmare Merry, a demon. of dreams that seeks to return to its own world. Using his powers, Yumeji decides to help him, but the mere presence of Merry in the real world indicates that the barrier that separates dreams from reality has been broken ...

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