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Dr. Love
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The finale of Sasakishonen's manga version of the Tsukihime horror visual novel software was not published in the March issue of ASCII Media Works' Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine on Wednesday, as it was previously scheduled. ASCII Media Works has posted notes of apology from Sasakishonen and Comic Dengeki Daioh's editorial staff on its website.

Sasakishonen apologized to his readers for not submitting the final installment of the Tsukihime manga in time. He is currently retouching the artwork in the seventh and eight compiled book volumes of the manga. According to Comic Dengeki Daioh's staff, those books will ship on February 26 and March 27, respectively. The ninth book volume, which will include the final manga installment, is tentatively slated for this summer. ASCII Media Works will announce more details about the final manga installment in Comic Dengeki Daioh and the official Daioh website.

DrMaster published the first six volumes of the manga in North America from 2005 to 2009. Geneon released the anime adaptation of the visual novel from 2004 to 2005, and Sentai Filmworks reissued the complete collection on DVD last year.


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yay...

though i felt this should be a 15+ volume manga at least.

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