On September 14, manga artist Eiji Hashimoto announced on Twitter that the 36th collected volume of their Chiruran: Shinsengumi Requiem (Chiruran: Shinsengumi Chinkon-ka) manga will be the last. The 34th issue of the manga was released on Tuesday.
On January 20, the manga’s 32nd volume began the concluding arc.
The manga’s plot is provided by Umemura, and Hashimoto is responsible for the artwork. The first issue of Tokuma Shoten’s Monthly Comic Zenon magazine, in which the series debuted, was published in 2010.
Online manga retailer Mangamo is offering The Shinsengumi in English, with a synopsis that reads:
— 橋本エイジ（ちるらん34巻9/20発売） (@nerikeshi30) September 14, 2022
In the nineteenth century in Japan, there existed a special police force known as the Shinsengumi. They were at first tasked with defending the Shogunate, but they gradually became committed to bringing peace back to Kyoto. After being a member of the Shinsengumi, Hijikata Toshizo betrayed them and caused their deaths. He tells it as it is.
An April 2017 stage production based on the manga received its inspiration from the medium.
In May of 2016, Umemura and Hashimoto debuted a new comedic manga in Monthly Comic Zenon titled Chiruran Nibun no Ichi. An anime shorts series based on the spinoff manga debuted at the beginning of 2017. This series, titled Chiruran 1/2, was available on Crunchyroll’s streaming service as it aired.
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