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The ‘elDLIVE’ Manga Ends

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With the manga series elDLIVE entering its final storyline earlier this year the property from Akira Amano that saw an anime adaptation has now ended according to Shonen Jump+. The final chapter arrived in Japan today and an eleventh and final volume of the series, which is released domestically by Viz Media digitally, will arrive in Japan on January 4th, 2018.

Check out our review of the anime series.

Takeshi Furuya directed the show based on the series composition by Toshimitsu Takeuchi. The manga is a part of the Shonen Jump+ app and has a pretty decent sized audience that they’re hoping will make the leap to this when it arrives in the winter 2017 season.

The Japanese cast includes Ayumu Murase asChuuta Kokonose, Saori Hayami as MisuzuSonokata, Rie Kugumiya as Doru, Tatsuhisa Suzuki as Lane Brick, Daiki Kobayashi as Assistant Inspector Chips, Riho Iida as Veronica, Lynn as Ninochika, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Dr. Love, Eriko Matsui as Tonto, Kenichirou Matsuda as Riggs, Akiko Kimura as Aunt Mimi, Akio Suyama as Tateyan, Minami Takahashi as Maclane, Masaaki Ihara as Melies and Tomotaka Hachisuka as Geronimo.

The English language dub was directed by Sonny Strait based on the scripts by Joel Bergen and the cast includes Morgan Berry as Chuta, Kristen McGuire as Dolugh, Dawn M. Bennett as Misuzu, Daman Mills as Laine, Dave Trosko as Kieshi, Apphia Yu as Tonto, Chris Rager as Riggs, and Sonny Strait as Melies.

The series has some solid performers on board with Alfakyun handling the opening theme song while The Super Ball is performing the ending theme song.

Plot concept: Middle school student Chuta Kokonose has heard a voice in his head ever since he can remember. When a strange creature recruits him to the space police force, he learns that the source of the voice is a Monitalien, a symbiotic creature who is living inside his body! Now Chuta must prove his mettle to his cold-hearted coworker, Misuzu, and the rest of the department by protecting the universe from otherworldly criminals.

[Source: ANN]

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