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Only 4 Chapters Remain for Yuu Watase’s Arata: The Legend Manga

(Last Updated On: September 7, 2023)

In Wednesday’s 331st chapter of Yuu Watase’s manga “Arata: The Legend” (Arata Kangatari), a revelation emerged: the manga is set to conclude in just four more chapters. This exciting development comes after “Arata: The Legend” embarked on its final narrative arc back in March of this year.

Notably, the manga made a triumphant return from a six-year hiatus, reappearing in Weekly Shonen Sunday in May 2021, following a hiatus that had begun in 2015. In May 2022, it transitioned to Shogakukan’s Sunday Webry (Sunday Web Every) website, marking another significant step in its journey.

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Fans of the series were delighted when Yuu Watase, the creator, took to Twitter in December 2020 to announce that she had solidified the remaining plot for the manga, promising a compelling conclusion to the tale.

“Arata: The Legend” originally graced the pages of Weekly Shonen Sunday in 2008. Its English version is published by Viz Media, and the story unfolds in a captivating mythical world where humans and gods coexist. Arata, the protagonist, is burdened with the precarious duty of being the successor to the matriarchal Hime Clan.

Yuu Watase's Arata: The Legend Manga

To survive, he must assume the identity of a girl or face dire consequences if his true gender is exposed. On the day of his inauguration, an assassination attempt forces him to flee, leading him to an unexpected destination: modern-day Japan.

Concurrently, another boy named Arata Hinohara is unexpectedly drawn into the first Arata’s world, finding himself entangled in a perilous web of adversaries seeking his life.

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This manga also enjoyed a 12-episode anime adaptation in 2013, with Crunchyroll streaming the series as it aired, further enhancing its popularity among fans.


Source | Arata: The Legend chapter 331

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