Kodoani.com – Kodansha’s Comic Days manga website posted an interview on Thursday with manga author Miko Yasu, and during the interview, Yasu said that the manga Police in a Pod (Hakozume: Kōban Joshi no Gyakushū) will end the first season soon and will continue on hiatus “for a while.” Kodansha will publish the final chapter of the first season in this year’s 29th issue of Morning magazine on June 16.
Yasu explained that she had other things to draw, and that’s why she ended the manga temporarily. She added that while her current work has a protagonist holding a gun, her next work will feature a male protagonist wielding a sword, and it will take place in a different phase. certain historical period in Japan. Yasu said she has been working on a new manga for three years. Yasu added, if possible, she would also like to publish a new manga in Morning.
Yasu launched Police in a Pod in Morning magazine in November 2017, and Kodansha published the 20th volume on February 22.
Policewoman Kawai has had enough careers that she doesn’t even love and is about to give up when the unthinkable happens — she’s met a new person, her station’s female director! And after spending a little time with this gorgeous model, Kawai realized that maybe she wasn’t done as an officer after all.
The manga won the Best General Manga award at the 66th Shogakukan Manga Awards last year, and it won the Best General Manga award at this year’s 46th Annual Kodansha Manga Awards.
The manga has more than 4.5 million copies in circulation.
The manga inspired a television anime that premiered on January 5. The manga also inspired a live-action series that aired from July to September 2021.