Daisuke Ashihara’s World Trigger went on hiatus for another month due to the author’s ill health, postponing the latest chapter for release in June.
Kodoani.com – Manga World Trigger will temporarily stop working due to the health problems of author Daisuke Ashihara.
According to an announcement from the series’ official Twitter account and translated by Crunchyroll, the series’ official Twitter account has stated that the series will take a one-month hiatus due to Ashihara’s “poor physical condition”. Thus, the next chapter of World Trigger will premiere on June 3 in Shueisha’s Jump SQ magazine in the July issue.
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— (@W_Trigger_off) April 25, 2022
This is not the first time Ashihara’s ill health has caused the release of chapters of World Trigger delayed. The manga went on a month-long hiatus in January of this year for the February issue of Jump SQ, as well as unpublished in March, May, and November of last year. Ashihara’s condition even caused the manga to go on hiatus in 2016 for about two years. Despite these frequent breaks, the exact nature of the author’s health problems has yet to be revealed.
Set in a world where monsters known as “Neighbours” have invaded Earth through a portal in Mikado City that leads to another world, World Trigger follows Osamu Mikumo, a high school student. secretly being a trained member of an established organization. to fight these beasts is called the Border Defense Agency. Using a specialized weapon known as a “Trigger”, Border manages to keep the Neighbors under control and life in Mikado City more or less back to normal under the vigilant protection of the group. However, everything changes, when Mikumo discovers that the mysterious transfer student Yuma Kuga is actually a humanoid Neighbor in disguise. Thus begins an action-packed story as Mikumo helps Kuga hide his true identity from Border’s prying eyes while learning more about himself along the way.
An anime adaptation of Toei Animation’s World Trigger began airing in 2014, with the third season recently ending in January of this year. Coming in at 99 episodes, the show boasts considerable talent behind the scenes, with Morio Hatano directing the second and third seasons, Ghost in the Shell’s Kenji Kawai composing the music, and Code Geass’ Hiroyuki Yoshino best known for his work. the role of a script writer. The Japanese voice cast also includes anime legends such as Yuki Kaji (Attack on Titan), Tomo Muranaka (Haikyuu!!), Yuuichi Nakamura (Jujutsu Kaisen), Rie Kugimiya (Kotaro Lives Alone), and Nobunaga Shimazaki (Fruits). Baskets).