In the 46th issue of Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine this year, it was announced that Kenjirō Hata’s manga “Fly Me to the Moon” (Tonikaku Kawaii, or literally, “Generally Cute”) will be taking a hiatus until the 50th issue.
The reason cited was the manga artist’s need for recovery following the “shocking” events in Chapter 236 of “Jujutsu Kaisen.” While we won’t delve into the specifics of this startling event, it’s had a profound impact on fans, with some even constructing shrines in response to it, albeit containing spoilers.
Kenjirō Hata commenced “Fly Me to the Moon” in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine in February 2018. The 25th compiled book volume of the manga was published by Shogakukan on September 15. Viz Media is responsible for the English release of the series.
Here’s Viz’s take on the manga:
Ever since Nasa Yuzaki was named, he’s had an inexplicable connection to the cosmos. His aspirations to surpass the space program take an unexpected turn when a chance encounter introduces him to Tsukasa, an enigmatic girl with otherworldly abilities. Is she an extraterrestrial, a lunar deity, or something entirely different? With her unwavering desire to marry him, Nasa will have ample opportunities to uncover the truth.
The series gave rise to a TV anime that premiered in October 2020, comprising 12 episodes, with Crunchyroll handling its streaming. Crunchyroll also provided an English dub for the anime, along with versions in Spanish, Portuguese, French, and German.
An original video anime (OVA) titled “Tonikaku Kawaii SNS” was released on Blu-ray Disc in Japan in August 2021, and it was simultaneously made available for streaming on Crunchyroll. The second season of the show aired in April and is currently accessible for streaming on Crunchyroll.
Source | Weekly Shonen Sunday issue 46