Last bullet fired: Hitman Reborn! manga comes to an end

Nov 12 // Salvador GRodiles    @TheCrimsonBlade

One last dying wish granted.

As of today, the Weekly Jump manga, Katekyo Hitman Reborn! has shot its last bullet. I will admit that I haven't read anything related to Reborn!, but I did adore the concept of having Mafia babies that shoot bullets that can revive others, so that they can fulfill their dying wish. I also found it intriguing that the story revolves around a main character that is the successor to a powerful Mafia family. But at the moment, my only knowledge of the characters is from playing as Tsuna in Jump Ultimate Stars for the DS. 

Fans of Reborn! will be happy to know that Akira Amano is planning a new story in the future, so you won't have to worry about being separated from her artwork. And until then, you can check out her design's in Psycho Pass.

So to all of you that have read Hitman Reborn!, is the manga worth checking out? 

[via Arama They Didn't]

 


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