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News Hell Girl R Manga Ends in Nakayoshi Shōjo Magazine
posted on 2013-03-03 07:00 AEDT
The April issue of Kodansha's Nakayoshi magazine released the final chapter of the Hell Girl R manga by Miyuki Etoo on Saturday. The message at the end of the page says, “Thank you for all your support! Let's meet once again in Hell someday...”
The story revolves around a girl who can be summoned by anyone to condemn another human to Hell — but the summoner must also pay an eternal price.
Kodansha published the 10th volume of the manga in Japan last month. Etoo began serializing Hell Girl R in 2009. Del Rey released all volumes of the first Hell Girl manga series in 2010 before Kodansha USA took over its titles. Funimation licensed the first anime series of Hell Girl, while the latter two anime series have been licensed by Sentai Filmworks.
[Via Manga News]
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