The first chapter premiered in the GX Sunday anthology on Wednesdays in Japan
Kodoani.com – Ryuhei Tamura, the author best known for his Beelzebub manga, launched a new manga in the May issue of SUNDAY GX magazine in the high school sci-fi drama COSMOS.
This new series marks Tamura’s first published non-educational series since Hard-Boiled Cop and Dolphin, serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2020 to 2021. Tamura currently has one series. Another ri is being worked on in Secret Pyramid (Pyramid no Himitsu) as part of the educational manga anthology Bentame Jump.
“Beelzebub” author, new serialization started for the first time in two years High school student SF drama “COSMOS” (4 photos in total) https://t.co/96eu19j4cm
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Is a sci-fi drama about Kaede Mizumori, a high school student who can also see through people’s lies and live a quiet life in order not to stand out, but when he meets a mysterious female student, In Rin Homura, he and his life begin to change when he becomes an “insurance investigator” who specializes in hunting aliens.