Tohru Fujisawa plans to return to unfinished series after ending GTO: Paradise Lost
Manga creator Tohru Fujisawa announced on Saturday’s Manganuma show that his current GTO manga series, GTO: Paradise Lost, is intended to be the “final” manga series in the series. He also added that when he finishes the manga, he will return to some of his unfinished manga, though he added that it can be difficult to return to them after such a long time. Fujisawa also said that he is considering continuing them in different forms, or with a different protagonist.
Fujisawa launched GTO: Paradise Lost, a spin-off of his GTO (Great Teacher Onizuka) manga, in Weekly Young Magazine in April 2014. Kodansha published the manga’s 15th compiled book volume on May 5. 2.
Crunchyroll previously offered manga online, including the latest chapters as they were released in Japan, but the company stopped offering the title’s catalog chapters in 2018. Kodansha Comics also published it. manga in digital English.
Tokyopop and Vertical published various other GTO manga titles, including GTO: The Early Years, in North America. The original manga inspired a television anime, as well as several live-action adaptations. GTO: The Early Years has inspired a new live-action series to be adapted in February 2020.