The July issue of Shogakukan’s Monthly Flowers magazine began another bend in Moto Hagio‘s Poe no Ichizoku (The Poe Clan) manga on Tuesday titled Poe no Ichizoku: Himitsu no Hanazono (The Poe Clan: The Secret Garden).
The magazine uncovered toward the finish of the first part that the manga is going on break and will return “around” spring 2020.
The new arc happens in 1888 and highlights Edgar and Allan meeting someone in particular.
The manga finished its keep running with the fourth part in the June issue of Monthly Flowers, and the one ordered volume will dispatch on July 10. The narrative of the manga happens 40 years after Edgar and Allan go to London and vanish in a flame.
The Poe Clan is a Japanese shōjo manga by Moto Hagio that portrays a group of vampires from the eighteenth to the twentieth hundreds of years. The two fundamental characters, Edgar Portsnell and Allan Twilight, just as the family are named after Edgar Allan Poe. It was serialized by Shogakukan in Betsucomi from 1972 to 1976 and gathered in nine tankōbon under the Flower Comics engrave. Poe was the first shōjo manga from Shogakukan to be discharged in this format. It was enlivened by Shotaro Ishimori‘s story “Mist, Roses and Stars”. The manga has likewise been authorized by Fantagraphics for U.S. distribution in mid-2019.
The Poe Clan got the 1976 Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen manga alongside Hagio’s They Were Eleven. In 1974, the principal print keeps running of the primary volume (30,000 duplicates) sold out in one day, which allowed Hagio to proceed with more stories set in the Poe universe. When another section was distributed without precedent for a long time in the July 2016 issue of Monthly Flowers, the distributer, Shogakukan, printed 50,000 duplicates (1.5 occasions the magazine’s typical run), yet despite everything it sold out inside days. This part was incorporated into a gathered volume of the arrangement and the achievement was rehashed; it entered the main 10 of Oricon’s week by week graph of top rated manga selling more than 60,000 duplicates in only multi-week.