Cells at Work! White Brigade Manga Is Over On July 26

Akane Shimizu’s Cells at Work, a funny take on our red and white blood cells, is coming to an end. Eventually, the manga will end. The 2015-launched manga provided a funny explanation of the human body and its inner workings. The final chapter of Kodansha’s Cells at Work! series will appear in the January 26 issue of Monthly Shonen Sirius.

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Cells at Work! White Brigade Manga Is Over On July 26

That’s not even all of it! The final chapter of the manga will be inspired by the current global Coronavirus outbreak, according to author Akane Shimizu. Kodansha, which is responsible for the English-language publication of “Cells at Work!”, released the fifth volume in 2017; the sixth volume is scheduled for release on February 9, 2021. The manga’s plot is a humorously spot-on depiction of the inner workings of the human body and the circulation of blood.

It’s mostly about the main characters, Red Blood Cell AE3803 and White Blood Cell U-1146. It shows what they do every day to keep the human body safe. The strange but informative plot of Cells at Work! made it a huge hit when it came out and led to spin-offs like Cells at Work!: Bacteria!, Cells at Work! The new episodes of Code Black and Cells at Work!: Lady!. But that’s not the end of its fame. After the success of the manga and the spin-offs, the story of Cells at Work! was turned into an anime in 2018. All 13 episodes were based on the story of Cells at Work!

Even the follow-up series Cells at Work! In 2021, Code Black will be made into an anime. We hope the last chapter will end on a happy note and tell readers about the coronavirus in the same funny, lighthearted way as the rest.

About The Cells At Work!

About 37 trillion cells make up the human body. Every day, these cells are hard at work in your body. Learn about these unsung heroes, from the Red Blood Cells that carry oxygen to the White Blood Cells that fight bacteria.

White Blood Cells

This is about the story you tell yourself.