The editors of Kodansha’s Evening magazine announced Monday that manga creator Hiroto Wada passed away suddenly on July 18 due to a brain hemorrhage and other contributing factors. He was 46 years old.
Wada has worked on “Pharaoh” and “Den-sama to Stitch” and was currently serializing “Yankee Mito Komon” in the evening (Kodansha). The first volume of “Yankee Mito Komon” was just released on July 21st. The evening editorial department said, “It’s a regrettable thing because I passed away just before the release of the first volume of the above-mentioned work, and I was expected to be active in the future. I pray for the souls. “
Hiroto Wada, a manga artist who is serializing “Yankee Mito Komon” in “Evening”, died suddenly on July 18 due to a disease such as cerebral hemorrhage (46 years old).
All the editorial staff are surprised and saddened.
It is a regrettable thing because he passed away just before the release of the first volume of the above-mentioned work, and he was expected to play an active role in the future.
We would like to express our deepest condolences and pray for the souls. We also report that the farewell ceremony was held by the bereaved family.
We would like to express our deep gratitude to all the readers and related parties who have read and supported us so far.Kodansha Evening Editorial Department
Source – Kodansha via Comic Natalie