The September issue of Shueisha, Ultra Jump magazine revealed on Thursday that author Tasuku Karasuma’ No Guns Life The manga will end in the magazine’s next issue on September 18.
Karasuma previously announced in April that the manga would end with the 13th volume.
Viz Media licensed the manga and published the tenth volume on May 18. The company describes the story:
With no memory of his previous life – or who had his head replaced with a giant gun – Juzo Inui is now hard at work making a living on the dark streets of the city as a Resolver.
Karasuma launched the manga in August 2014 after first publishing it as a one-volume manga. Shueisha released the 12th compiled book volume on April 19.
The manga inspired a television anime, the first half of which premiered in October 2019. Funimation streamed the series as it aired in Japan. Season two of the show was originally scheduled to premiere in April 2020, but was delayed due to the effects of the spread of the COVID-19 disease. The anime was rescheduled to July 2020 and then premiered on TBS in July 2020. The series has 24 episodes.
Karusuma also drew a manga adaptation of Reideen and Eiichi Ikegami’s novel Shangri-La. Karasuma will draw a new spin off manga Bizarre Adventure JoJo.