After its release last Wednesday, the 24th issue of Shogakukan's Weekly Shonen Sunday was immediately sold out at many stores in Japan mainly due to the launch of Zero no Tea Time, a new spin-off manga to Gosho Aoyama's Detective Conan series. The spin-off featuring one of the most popular characters in the series, Toru Amuro, is supervised by the original manga author Aoyama himself and drawn by Takahiro Arai (Darren Shan, Tenshou no Quadruple).
For those who couldn't get the issue at stores, the magazine has decided to offer its contents online for free for a limited time of three days until 23:59 on May 18 (JST) via its manga app Sunday Webry.
Meanwhile, Toru Furuya, the voice actor of Toru Amuro in the Conan anime series, was able to get the issue.
えへへ♪ゲット出来た*\(^o^)/*『ゼロの日常』早速、読んだ！優しいね、安室透(*^^*)v pic.twitter.com/xdiUIXRWXS— 古谷 徹 Toru Furuya (@torushome) 2018年5月12日
Source: Web Sunday