Hello World Manga Ends
Photo Credit: Graphinica

Shueisha’s Ultra Jump magazine March issue uncovered on Wednesday that Manatsu Suzuki and Yoshihiro Sono’s Hello World manga will end in the magazine’s next issue on March 19.

The magazine had declared earlier in January that the manga would arrive at its climax in February.

Suzuki and Sono propelled the Hello World manga in Ultra Jump last July. The manga’s first volume transported on September 19.

The manga adjusts Hello World, the first anime movie by executive Tomohiko Ito and Graphinica.

Hello World is a 2019 Japanese animated science fiction romantic drama movie coordinated by Tomohiko Itō and created by Graphinica. It was discharged in Japan on September 20, 2019. Its cast incorporate Takumi Kitamura, Tôri Matsuzaka, and Minami Hamabe. A three-episode side project anime titled Another World debuted on September 13, 2019

Hello World anime film’s official description is:

“Set in Kyoto 2027, the Japanese government has made plans to collect and preserve the city’s natural architecture and culture through drones in real time, storing all its data in an infinite-capacity machine known as Alltale. Naomi Katagaki is an indecisive high school student living in Kyoto who harbours a love for reading. One day after school, a mysterious yatagarasu steals his library book and in an attempt to get it back, he meets a strange man that appears out of nowhere. This man, whom only Naomi can see, is revealed to be himself from 10 years later, now grown up and an adult. The adult Naomi explains that he has accessed Alltale from the real world outside in order to change the recorded past and save Naomi’s to-be girlfriend, his classmate Ruri Ichigyō, after she was unfortunately struck by lightning at a fireworks festival and rendered comatose. The teenage Naomi decides to call his adult self ‘Sensei’ and agrees to help, as his adult self has limited capabilities as an avatar within Alltale. Sensei then gifts Naomi a special power, God’s Hand, which manifests from the yatagarasu as a translucent gloved hand, to allow him to create anything as long as it’s chemical and physical structure is not overly complex.”