Huzzah! Black Lagoon to blast its way out of hiatus

Dec 18 // Salvador GRodiles    @TheCrimsonBlade

The Lagoon Company is back, baby!

The Lagoon Company is done with their vacation, and they are the Southeast Asian seas. Rei Hiroe's manga will continue in January 19th in the February issue of Sunday GX. If you have been keeping up with the manga, this means that we will get to see the conclusion of the The Wire Red Wild Card arc, since Hiroe didn't wrap up that segment before his hiatus. 

To those that have only watched the anime of Black Lagoon, the manga's return might trigger a new season or OVA by Madhouse in the future. But first, we will have to see how the current arc will unfold, due to Red Wild Card still being in its early stages. 

Hopefully, the manga will go uninterrupted after its return, but that will all depend on Hiroe's schedule and what not. At the end of the day, 2013 is going to be a fun year, as we keep up with the dangerous gigs done by Rock, Revy, Dutch, and Benny. 

So is anyone excited about sailing back to Black Lagoon's chaotic setting? 

[via ANN -- thanks, FlamingFirewire]


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