Tsukasa Hojo's "Angel Heart" Manga to End Its 17-Year Serialization Next Month

Events and exhibition featuring the long-running series are also planned

It was revealed in the latest June 2017 issue of Tokuma Shoten's Monthly Comic Zenon released today in Japan that Tsukasa Hojo's Angel Heart 2nd Season manga will end its serialization in the magazine's nest July issue to be available on May 25.


The story of the Angel Heart series is set in a parallel world of the author's another popular series City Hunter (so it is not a direct sequel to the original story), where the original heroine Kaori Makimura is already dead in a car accident, and features a new heroine Xiang-Ying who has the transplanted heart of Kaori and her relationship with the middle-aged Ryo Saeba as her father figure and partner in business.


The first season was serialized in Shinchosha's Comic Banchi from 2001 to 2010 and compiled in 33 tankobon volumes. Then the second season has been running in Monthly Comic Zenon since 2010 and

currently 15 volumes are available. It was adapted into a 50-episode TV anime series from October

2005 to September 2006 and a nine-episode live-action TV drama from October to December 2015. 




1st season 1st volume (new edition) and 2nd season 1st volume


TV drama Blu-ray box



via: Mantan Web


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