Sequel to EX-ARM Manga Ends in Only 10 Chapters


Sequel to EX-ARM Manga Ends in Only 10 Chapters

Through his personal tweet, illustrator Shinya Komi announced on February 27 that the last chapter of HiRock's manga, EX-ARM EXA, which is a direct sequel to the EX-ARM manga, has been published. However, it should be noted that the series only has ten chapters, which aroused suspicion for fans.

Released today, February 27 in the new edition of Grand Jump Mucha. The tenth and final chapter of the EX-ARM EXA is available. This is the end of the EX-ARM! Write the illustrator.

The fact that the series is ending while the anime adaptation is currently airing (in particular, one of the goals of the anime adaptation to boost sales of published manga), coupled with the poor animation adaptation performance and the many stories left unfinished, has led fans to conclude that the manga it was canceled due to lack of interest. [post_ads]

On the other hand, HiRock and Shinya Komi published the EX-ARM manga through Grand Jump magazine and publisher Shueisha's Shonen Jump Plus service between February 2015 and June 2019, the work being published in fourteen volumes. The sequels have been published since August 2019 and only have two compiled volumes.

Finally, a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by Visual Flight Studios, under the direction of Yoshikatsu Kimura and a script written by Tommy Morton, has been airing in Japan since January 2021. Crunchyroll aired the series as part of Crunchyroll Originals. [post_ads_2]

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