The April issue of Akita Shoten‘s Champion RED magazine revealed last Friday that J-ta Yamada‘s Eko Eko Azarak Reborn manga will end with its next chapter in the magazine’s next issue on March 17.
The manga is a remake of late manga author Shinichi Koga‘s Eko Eko Azarak manga, which focuses on high school student Misa, a model student who is also secretly a witch who uses brutal dark magic to fight for justice.
Yamada launched the manga in Champion RED in March 2020. Akita Shoten published the manga’s fourth compiled book volume in October 2022.
Koga serialized the original horror manga in Akita Shoten‘s Weekly Shōnen Champion magazine between 1975 and 1979, and Akita Shoten published the series in 19 volumes.
The manga inspired six live-action films between 1995 and 2006, as well as a live-action television series in 1997. The manga also inspired a two-episode OVA series in 2007. In addition, the manga has inspired two video games.
Koga passed away on March 1, 2018.
Yamada previously adapted Nobuaki Kanazawa‘s popular mobile phone novel King’s Game (Ousama Game) into a manga titled King’s Game: Origin. Crunchyroll published chapters of the manga in English. Shinichi Okada and Yamada ended their Inō Maze (Supernatural Power Maze) manga in 2018. Yamada’s Asatte no Hōkō manga inspired the 2006 Living for the Day After Tomorrow television anime.
Sources: Champion RED April issue