Masashi Kishimoto is the Japanese manga artist which is mostly known for the worldwide famous Naruto series and now he is working on a new manga series named Samurai 8: The Tale of Hachimaru.
Kishimoto propelled one of Japan’s most prominent arrangement when the Hidden Leaf Village sprung up, and they felt he would hit the best times with Samurai 8: The Tale of Hachimaru. Be that as it may, as another report has shared, it appears Samurai 8 is getting the official boot.
The news was shared by @WSJ_Manga on Twitter flaunting a report supposedly from the new issue of Weekly Shonen Jump. It was there fans were educated Samurai 8 would end with its next chapter in issue 17 of the magazine. Altogether, the arrangement will have discharged an aggregate of 48 sections before shutting on its fifth volume.
For fans, this news is astounding yet not completely surprising. Samurai 8 has been damaged by low deals since its appeared. Truth be told, its third volume upon new discharge didn’t figure out how to sell 10,000 duplicates or rank on the rundown of top-selling debuts.
The data was additionally affirmed with Shonen Jump put out its chapter by chapter list for its next issue.
Samurai 8: The Tale of Hachimaru is a Japanese shōnen manga arrangement made, composed, and storyboarded by Masashi Kishimoto and delineated by Akira Ōkubo. It has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump since May 2019.
In North America, Viz Media distributes the arrangement on the Shonen Jump stage, and will discharge the arrangement in print beginning in March 2020. Shueisha distributes it on the Manga Plus stage.