This year’s 33rd issue of Shogakukan’s Shounen Sunday magazine announced on Wednesday that Kazuhiro Fujita’s Sou-Bou-Tei Kowasu Beshi (Sou-Bou-Tei Must Be Destroyed) manga will end on July 21 in the magazine’s 34th edition.
The manga’s 24th volume announced on June 17 that the manga will end in the 25th volume, which will publish this summer.
The manga’s 17th volume announced in May 2020 that the series would enter its final season with its 18th volume in July 2020. Fujita said in April 2018 that the manga is on the brink of finality. over”, and there were only “one or two challenges”
The manga revolves around the famous Sou-Bou-Tei mansion, which has been located in Tokyo’s Numanakarai since the Taisho period, and is rumored to be haunted. A guy named Rokurou Tachiki moves to this place and befriends Tsutomu Takoha, a man who lives in the apartment next door. When Rokurō’s father visits him, he is eaten by a portrait in the house. Terrified and grief-stricken, Rokurō swore revenge on the sentient’s mansion, and vowed to destroy it.
Fujita launched the manga in Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine in March 2016.
Fujita’s Ushio & Tora manga ran from 1990 to 1996 in Weekly Shonen Sunday with 33 volumes. The manga received an anime adaptation in 1992, and a television anime began in July 2015. Sentai Filmworks licensed the television series, and Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired in Japan.