The Case Study of Vanitas announces the return of its manga after a 1-year hiatus

The Case Study of Vanitas announces the return of its manga after a 1-year hiatus

The Vanitas Case Study“was a bet in the anime by the hand of BONEthis same study which generally evolved between “my hero academia“, “Mob Psycho 100” and a separate project like this but which has always played a particular key: success. And that’s what happened with the first season of “The Case Study of Vanitas”, which was followed by news that fell like a carafe of cold water: the manga entered an indefinite hiatus.

Vanitas’ case study returns to the fray with its cover art

Today, fortunately, we had the news that unblocks this situation, and it is that she has gone through Manga Mogura that we have already received the manga return date of “The Case Study of Vanitas”.

  • To begin, I specify that the return date of the manga The Case Study of Vanitas has been set for the May 22, 2023.
  • This date marks an exact year since the manga went on hiatus at the time, therefore, it seems to have been handpicked.
  • What does this mean for anime? GOOD Obviously opens the door for us to possibly have a season 2… but of course that wouldn’t give me much hope.
  • In the first place, It is unclear if The Case Study of Vanitas will remain in publication with all the normalcy in the worldWell, in the end, a one-year hiatus could suggest that Jun Mochizuki has some kind of problem that he can attack again at any time (or not, it’s pure ignorance).
  • Secondly, the anime adapted 10 of the 10 volumes published by the manga. That is, for all intents and purposes, the anime adapted ALL the material that currently exists from the manga, so either way, it’s going to be a long time until there are enough new volumes that might suggest the production of a new anime season.

The only thing we can do now is wish Jun Mochizuki’s recovery over the past year has been absolute regarding the health issues he has had.. In the end, the return of “The Case Study of Vanitas” is useless if whoever is behind the work is not really well enough to resume work. Therefore, rather than putting a candle that there will eventually be a second season, it’s time to wish that Mochizuki-sensei was truly back.

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