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Final Chapter: Ako and Bambi Manga Wraps in 8th Vol

(Last Updated On: September 10, 2023)

Amazon has listed the upcoming eighth compiled book volume of HERO’s Ako and Bambi manga as its conclusive installment, slated for release on October 20th.

Yen Press holds the licensing rights to the manga and has scheduled the digital and print release of the first volume for February 2024. Yen Press offers this enticing synopsis for the series.

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Bambi, an aspiring novelist, is in for a shock when he moves into an affordable new place, only to discover that it’s already inhabited—by the spirit of a high school girl named Ako, who has lost her memory.

Ako and Bambi Manga

With the enigmatic presence of Ako, Bambi finds that the tales practically write themselves! However, as their days together unfold and they grow closer, he begins to question just who she is and what significance she holds in his life.

HERO initiated the manga on Asahi Shimbun Publications’ Sonorama+ manga platform in 2020.

HERO previously authored the popular Hori-san to Miyamura-kun four-panel school comedy manga, serialized in Square Enix’s Monthly G Fantasy magazine from 2007 to 2011, with Square Enix releasing ten compiled volumes. The manga also spawned three OVA adaptations.

Daisuke Hagiwara embarked on the Horimiya manga in Square Enix’s Monthly G Fantasy magazine in 2011, serving as an adaptation of HERO’s original manga, and brought it to a conclusion in March 2021. HERO oversaw the manga’s production, with Square Enix releasing the sixteenth and final compiled volume in July 2021.

Yen Press handles the English publication, releasing the sixteenth volume on May 23rd. An epilogue chapter by Hagiwara was added to the manga in July 2021.

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The Horimiya TV anime made its debut in Japan in February 2021, with Funimation providing streaming services for both the subbed and dubbed versions. The ongoing Horimiya: The Missing Pieces anime, adapting stories from the original manga that were previously untouched, premiered on July 1st and is available for streaming on Crunchyroll.


Source | Amazon

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