We all saw it coming.
What LN adaptation manga ever bothered to catch up with the source? LN content rate is just way too much for a monthly manga to catch up to. I mean the fucking Index manga is on like volume 4 or some shit.
Yup, which is why everyone should go tweet @yenpress for them to publish the novels since they've only licensed the manga. Otherwise we might never get to experience all of Chaika in English.
I've heard Mayo Chiki did, or at least I've always seen people point towards the manga for the complete story adaptation since anime S2 never.
Also, it seems like the Haruhi manga will catch up, I think?
I don't read any of these though.
Fun characters, good writing
at least in the first half, I recommend it.
FMP adapted the whole serie, S&W is not even halfway done but keeps going, Maoyuu Mahou Yuusha is on the way to adapt the whole thing.
Then there are some that surely aren't just a bunch of terrible chapters halted halfway, but don't remember how much they've covered or aiming to - things like Index/Haruhi/Toradora/Haganai manga series.
And then there's the whole bunch of extremely small/bad LN-to-manga adaptations, which are the majority to be honest.
Man, Chaikai is like the Steve Buscemi of anime.
the one good one
also 5 months since last chapter is suffering
>the same reason FMP manga got done till the end.
FMP had to go through 3 separate Manga serializations to cover all the LNs, far from being a continuous and smooth adaptation.
>mfw localization of the manga bound to start in January here
My body is ready.
We get all the maga adaptations of LNs but never the actual books though.
I think Haruhi has everything covered. I recall the manga ending from catching up with the LN.
Haganai is going pretty strong.
I wish Yen or Sevenseas would pick Ishida's Maoyuu manga up.
So unpopular it all keeps tumbling down. Wouldn't have happened if Fredrica was main girl.