Rororro! Manga of Sakurai will end in 4th Chapter

The current year’s eighteenth issue of Akita Shoten’s Weekly Shōnen Champion magazine uncovered on Thursday that Norio Sakurai’s Rororro! The manga will end in four sections. If there are no deferrals, the manga will end on April 30.

Rororro! (ロロッロ!): is a manga series by Norio Sakurai. Shounen Champion serialized it.

Weekly Shōnen Champion (Shūkan Shōnen Champion) is a weekly shōnen manga magazine. It is published by Akita Shoten.

Shōnen Champion was first published on 15 July 1969. It has many popular series by manga artists such as Osamu Tezuka, Go Nagai, Shinji Mizushima, Masami Kurumada, Keisuke Itagaki. The magazine is published every Thursday. It had a circulation of 500,000 from 1 October 2009 to 30 September 2010.

Other manga series of Shōnen:

Series Title Author Premiere Date
Atsumare! Fushigi Kenkyuubu Masahiro Anbe September 29, 2016
Baki Dou Keisuke Itagaki October 4, 2018
Beastars Paru Itagaki September 8, 2016
Harigane Service Ace Ara Tatsuya May 29, 2018
Kyuuketsuki Sugu Shinu Bonnoki Itaru 2015
Mairimashita! Iruma-kun Nishi Osamu March 2, 2017
Rokudou no Onna-tachi Yuuji Nakamura June 23, 2016
Rororro! Norio Sakurai September 29, 2016
Saint Seiya: Next Dimension Masami Kurumada April 27, 2006
Shy Bukimi Miki August 1, 2019
Yowamushi Pedal Wataru Watanabe February 21, 2008

The satire-comedy manga launched as a short series in September 2016. And this short series has five chapters. Sakurai then transformed the story into an everyday progressing show in 2017.

Sakurai started her Mitsudomoe manga in Weekly Shōnen Champion in 2006. Later, she moved it to Bessatsu Shōnen Champion in 2012. And she finished the arrangement in August 2017. The manga propelled two TV anime seasons. And Crunchyroll has streamed the two seasons.

Sakurai propelled another manga titled Boku no Kokoro no Yabai Yatsu (The Bad Part of My Heart). She propelled it in Weekly Shōnen Champion in March 2018. And Akita Shoten distributed the manga’s subsequent volume last September.

PLOT: Rororro!

The manga is about a young lady named Chitose who experiences difficulty making companions. She meets somebody who passes by “□□◆□.” In Japanese, the image utilized for a bright space (□) is like the character for the syllable “ro” (ロ).

Chitose Morishige is a 12-year-old seventh-grader without any companions on the planet. Her dad, Professor Morishige, fabricates a robot ally for his little girl to facilitate her forlornness.

The main issue is that Ichika Robata, the robot, is constructed excessively similar that Chitose accepts she’s a typical human young lady who either fled or was abducted by her dad. Ichika endeavors over and over to demonstrate that she’s a good robot, with amusingly sad outcomes.


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