In the June issue of Shueisha's Jump Square magazine this week, the last panel of Norihiro Yagi's Claymore manga announced that the series has come to an end.
Are they kidding? Everything feels so unresolved. Last chapter they were in the middle of a fight, and next chapter it's ending. I just hope it gets a continuation somewhere down the line, because this was currently one of my favorite series.
I was thinking about giving it a try but then I saw a spoiler on youtube about a really really important character dying so I'm not even gonna bother. lol
To the best of my knowledge there is not major character death that could ruin it for you as there are quite a few main characters, so check it out. On topic though, this is damn annoying. Why would they run a manga for 11 years and then randomly finish it whilst resolving nothing.
put the anime back on!
:O why? I thought there was at least 70-80 more chapters
WHERE THE HELL IS CLARE!!! (Caps, sorry)
That's the worst time to stop it we haven't see Clair for ages how the fck he plan to end it.. I expect it so much more, after they ruin the anime with this horrible ending now they plan to do the same with the manga.. that SUCKS!
i wonder if its just getting cancelled. Ending now doesnt makes since. Is claymore sales good in japan?
On the bright side, we might get a Claymore: "Brotherhood" type series. I don't read the manga but I loved the anime so much until the last few episodes.
Massive plot holes... This badass manga went to ****. Unless they do a sequel for it, but I doubt it...
Mangakas are ending their work because of a new law that they are having in Japan the same happen to Negima more information here http://astronerdboy.blogspo... then regarding someone that die in the series i just can tell you that is not really dead that plot is not yet continued so the author left that part pending and just ended the series for the same reason stayed in the blog :(
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