Kodoani.com – This year’s March issue of Futabasha’s Monthly Action magazine published a special edition of the manga. Orange by Ichigo Takano on Tuesday to celebrate the manga’s 10th anniversary. The series is told from the point of view of Hiroto Suwa.
Takano (Dreamin ‘Sun) launched the original shoujo manga in Shueisha’s Bessatsu Margaret magazine in 2012 and moved it to Monthly Action in 2013. The manga ended in August 2015, and Futabasha published the compilation. the fifth and last official in November 2015.
Everyone has regrets in life. So who wouldn’t take the opportunity to change the past if given the chance? When sixteen-year-old Takamiya Naho receives a mysterious letter, claiming to be her own at twenty-seven years old, her life suddenly turns into a flux. The letter tells her that a new transfer student named Naruse Kakeru will join her class and keep an eye on him. But why? Naho must decide what the letter and its cryptic warning will look like, and what it will mean not only for her future but for Kakeru as well.
While the manga’s main story has been compiled in the previous five volumes, the sixth volume is an adaptation of Takano’s Orange -Mirai- anime. The volume also features a two-part spin-off manga Orange -Suwa Hiroto, which focuses on Suwa in an alternate future. The manga was published in Japan in May 2017, and Seven Seas Entertainment published the manga in January 2018. The sixth volume revealed that the manga will have a seventh volume, and the seventh volume will be the volume. The real end of the manga. Amazon’s listing for an “Orange Complete Box” for the manga reveals that the seventh volume will be released in April 2022.
The Comic Action website published a new chapter focusing on Azusa Murasaka in July 2021, and it’s the first new work in Orange in four years.
The manga inspired a live-action film in December 2015 and a television anime that premiered in July 2016. A sequel to the Orange -Mirai- anime film premiered in Japan in November 2016. 2016. The film retells the main story from Suwa’s point of view and continues the story after the original manga and television anime.
Takano launched a new manga titled Kimi ni Nare (Become You) in Futabasha’s Action magazine in April 2018.