Kodansha will be publishing the final chapter of Akimine Kamijyo’s Code:Breaker manga in the 33rd issue of its Weekly Shonen Magazine on 17 July. The manga was launched back in 2008, and since then 25 compiled volumes have been published in Japan, with only the first two of these volumes currently available in English. An anime adaptation was also released last October.
The story follows Sakura Sakurakouji, who witnesses a boy murder a group of thugs with a strange blue fire. when she revisits the crime scene the next day, there is no evidence of the murder she saw accept a small fire. Then, at school, she is introduced to her new classmate, Rei – the same boy she saw burning those men alive.
Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine has revealed that Yoshinobu Yamada will be ending his Cage of Eden manga series (Eden no Ori) in only three more chapters. This means, If Yamada does not take a break, the series will end in the 8th issue of the Weekly Shonen on 23 January 2013.
The manga follows a boy named Akira and other survivors of a plane crash as they struggle to survive on the island they crashed on. Akira and the other survivors face many dangers, from the creatures on the island, to threats from within the group of survivors.
The manga was launched back in 2008 and is currently on its 20th volume in Japan and its 8th in America and the EU; the 9th volume will be released on 12 March 2013.
Those who are followers of the star Hiro Mashima on his twitter feed will have had a pretty fun time recently, especially those Fairy Tail fans. Mashima has been adding several pieces of jaw-dropping artwork, including Naughty Nurse Lucy from Fairy Tail and Metal Gear Solid‘s Raiden, but now he’s taken the niche a whole step further.
There are always those fans who ask themselves the question “I love this character but what if she were a he?” What if? Indeed. Well Hiro Mashima has rolled up his sleeves and given his fans the genderbent Fairy Tail cast.
Although Femme Natsu looks pretty, She’s no pushover when it comes to a fight.
For more gender swapped images and information about Fairy Tail, head to Hiro Mashima’s Twitter Feed