Kodoani.com – Manga Stage S by Tomoya Harikawa and Kiruru Kill Me Yasuhiro Kano’s manga announced on Sunday that the manga will be on an indefinite hiatus. While Kiruru Kill Me did not disclose the reason for the hiatus, Stage S’s announcement noted that the hiatus was due to Harikawa’s health issues and that the manga could return in “the next few days.”
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Harikawa launched the manga on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump + website on March 6. Shueisha published the manga’s first volume on June 3.
Publisher Seven Seas Entertainment publishes Kiruru Kill Me in English and describes the manga:
Co-authored with the MxO manga. The story is about Aoi Nemo, a genius in medicine, who accidentally fell in love with Akaumi Kiruru during a meeting. But Kiruru is an assassin, and our youth have no experience in flirting. So, what is Aoi’s solution, let’s go in
Kano launched the manga in Shonen Jump+ in February 2020. Shueisha published the manga’s fourth compiled book volume on March 4. Seven Seas Entertainment published the manga’s second volume on February 22.
Kano previously drew the Pretty Face manga in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from 2002 to 2003. Shueisha published six compiled book volumes for the manga. Viz Media published all six volumes of the manga in English. Kano also previously drew the M × 0 manga in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2006 to 2008. Shueisha published 10 volumes of the manga.
Kano launched the Kiss x Death manga on Shonen Jump + when the service launched in 2014. Kano ended the manga with the seventh volume in 2018.