Fire Force Manga ends in ‘a few’ chapters, ‘about’ 2 volumes E! News UK


fireforce - Fire Force Manga ends in 'a few' chapters, 'about' 2 volumes E! News UKManga creator Atsushi Ohkubo revealed on his Dark souls livestream on December 31st as its Fire force manga will end with “a few” chapters, and have two chapters left to draw. He also confirmed that the manga will end with “approximately” two volumes, which would be the 34th volume.

The manga entered its final arc in October 2021.

Ohkubo previously hinted in the author’s commentary to the manga’s 23rd compiled book volume in May 2020 that the manga was in its final stages and that he planned to Fire force be his last manga.

Ohkubo (Soul eater) launched the series in Kodansha‘s Shnen Weekly Magazine as of September 2015, and the manga has over 17 million copies in circulation worldwide. The 32nd volume of the manga shipped on December 17th. Kodansha Comics publishes the manga in English, and it describes the story:

Terror has crippled the mechanical metropolis of Tokyo! Possessed by demons, people began to ignite, which led to the establishment of a special firefighting team: the Fire Force, ready to roll at any time to fight spontaneous combustion everywhere. where it could burst. The team is set to get a very unique addition: Shinra, a boy who possesses the unique power to run at rocket speed, leaving behind the infamous “Devil’s Footprints” (and destroying his shoes in the process). Will the Fire Force be able to discover the source of this strange phenomenon and put an end to it? Or will the city burn to ashes first?

The manga inspired an animated television series which premiered in July 2019 and ran for 24 episodes. The series had a “Second Chapter” which premiered in July 2020 and ran for 24 episodes. Funimation aired the TV anime on its Funimation now streaming service, and broadcast an English dubbing. Crisp also streamed the series. The anime premiered on Toonami in July 2019, and the second season premiered on Toonami in October 2020.

Source: Atsushi Ohkubo‘s direct (2:21:54 on video)


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