Haruhisa Nakata’s Levius/est Manga Ends in 2 Chapters

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Manga inspired Netflix anime in 2019

Haruhisa Nakata announced in this year’s May issue of Shueisha‘s Ultra Jump magazine on Monday that his Levius/est manga will end in two chapters. If the manga does not take any breaks, it should end in the July issue in June.

The ninth compiled volume of the manga announced on December 18 that it will end in its 10th volume. The 10th volume of the manga will ship this spring.

The series entered its final volume of content starting with its 54th chapter published in Shueisha‘s Ultra Jump magazine on October 17.

Nakata launched Levius in Shogakukan‘s Monthly Ikki magazine in January 2013 but ended the series in September 2014 when the magazine ceased publication. The manga then relaunched in Ultra Jump magazine under the title Levius/est in March 2015. Shogakukan published three volumes for Levius.

Viz Media licensed the manga. The company released an omnibus of Levius in September 2019, and then began releasing Levius/est in single volumes in November 2019. The company released the seventh volume on December 15 and will ship the eighth volume on May 18. Viz Media describes the series:

As society rises from the ashes of war, cybernetically augmented arena fighters battle for fame and fortune…or die trying.

The manga inspired a 3D CG anime series that debuted worldwide on Netflix in November 2019.

Nakata also recently provided the original character designs for P.A. Works‘ television anime Fairy gone.

Source: Ultra Jump May issue

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