The TV anime ended on June 21
Zhuge Kongming's partying days in Shibuya may be over for now in the TV anime of Ya Boy Kongming!, but the story continues in the original manga series by writer Yuto Yotsuba and illustrator Ryo Ogawa. Due to the popularity of the anime series, the original manga has finally (and deservedly) exceeded over 1 million copies printed (physically) and sold (digitally).
To celebrate, this week's chapter of Ya Boy Kongming! in Weekly Young Magazine got a color page with Kongming partying hard with his comrades.
Kodansha has been releasing Ya Boy Kongming! in Japan on its Comic Days! digital platform until November last year when it moved to the physical Weekly Young Magazine magazine. Kodansha also releases the series in English digitally, with the seventh volume released on May 10. Kodansha describes the series in English as such:
The Tokyo Party Scene isn't NEAR ready for the star general of the Three Kingdoms era, but he sure is ready for it! Get down, shake your thing, and prepare to laugh out loud with this historical fantasy timeslip comedy, Ya Boy Kongming!
The Ya Boy Kongming! anime was directed by Osamu Honma and featured animation produced at P.A. Works. The series finished airing in Japan on June 21 and is available via streaming in English from HIDIVE.
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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.