The 13th volume of Muneyuki Kaneshiro and Kensuke Nishida’s Jagaaan manga revealed on Friday that the manga will end with its 14th volume this fall.
The manga entered its “final battle” last November.
The manga revolves around Shintarō Jagasaki, a policeman bored with work and home life, who is currently living with a girlfriend, and living a life towards marriage and settling down with a family. The guy’s life immediately takes an interesting turn when a monster appears on a train, and he suddenly gains the power to shoot with his right hand.
Kaneshiro and Nishida launched the manga in Big Comic Spirits in February 2017.
Kaneshiro previously created Kami-sama no Iu Toori (As the Gods Will) manga with artist Akeji Fujimura in Magazine Bessatsu Shounnen from 2011 to 2012. The two subsequently launched a series of sequels titled As the Gods Will: The Second Series (Kami-sama no Iu Toori Ni) in Kodansha in Weekly Magazine Shōnen in 2013. The manga ended in December 2016. Crunchyroll also published the chapter online along with the released in Japan, and Kodansha Comics has released 21 compiled volumes online.
Kami-sama no Iu Toori adapted a live-action film directed by Takashi Miike in 2014. FUNimation Entertainment released the film on home video in North America. Kaneshiro and Fujimura launched a manga titled Grashros in Kodansha’s Young Magazine in July 2017, and the manga ended with its fifth volume in October 2018.
Nishida launched an I am a Hero manga spinoff manga I am a Hero in Nagasaki with publisher Shogakukan in the March 2017 online magazine Yawaraka Spirits, and ended it in May of the same year.