Yasuyuki Nekoi's Sengoku Basara Dokugan Spinoff Manga To End in June.

Yasuyuki Nekoi's Sengoku Basara Dokugan Spinoff Manga To End in June.

The 12th issue of Akita Shoten's Young Champion magazine has revealed that Yasuyuki Nekoi's manga adaptation of Sengoku Basara Dokugan will end in the magazine's June issue.




Nekoi's manga is a spinoff manga adaptation of Capcom's 2005 franchise game Sengoku Basara/Devil Kings. The manga was launched in Young Champion in April 2016. In March 2017 Akita published the manga's second second compiled book volume.

Yak Haibara created the first Sengoku Basara manga adaptation based on the Capcom's second video game, Sengoku Basara 2. The four volume manga series was published in Japan in 2007.

Yoshihara launched the manga in Dengeki Maoh in December 2013. Kadokawa published the manga's second compiled book volume in December 2014. A manga adaptation based Sengoku Basara 4 video game created by Motoki Yoshihara's launhced in Dengeki Maoh in December 2013. Kadokawa published the manga's second compiled book volume in December 2014. The manga ended its run in October 2015. Yoshihara, Asagi Ōga, and Yoshisada Tsutsumi are said to be working on different arcs of the manga.




The story takes place in a new century in Japan, and Oushuu has been forced to yield to rule by Ushuu's Mogami Yoshiaki and his tyranny. Against that backdrop, a one-eyed man with a wild motorbike appears....

The CAPCOM video game franchise has spawned a number of television anime series, one anime movie, a live-action series with two compilation films, and several stage plays.




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