VIZ Media has launched the Stealth Symphony manga series in the February 24, 2014 edition of the Weekly Shonen Jump digital manga magazine. The series is written by Ryohgo Narita, and the artwork is by Yoichi Amano. Stealth Symphony is rated “T” for Teens and will have a simultaneous release in the English version of Weekly Shonen Jump on the same day as its debut in Japan. New chapters will debut every week.

Stealth Symphony features Jig, a young boy who has an unfortunate curse. He embarks on a journey to the town of Jinbo-cho seeking someone who can help him remove the curse. Little does he know he’s starting the adventure of a lifetime.

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