The combined third and fourth issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is revealing that storywriter Riku Sanjo and illustrator Kôji Inada are resuming their Beet the Vandel Buster manga after a nearly 10 year hiatus. Sanjo and Inada will resume the manga in the Spring 2016 issue of Shueisha’s Jump SQ. CROWN magazine with the manga’s “Baron Chapter.”
The story is described as:
The Vandel Busters are a roving band of certified monster destroyers. Beet’s biggest ambition in life is to become a Buster, but what can you say about a monster hunter who can barely stand the pain when he receives the mystical brand of a “Level 1 Vandel Buster”?
Still, Beet is ready for action, and when a nearby town is invaded by deons, he rushes to help–without a clue as to how to trounce even a single member of the rampaging horde. But not knowing how formidable the Vandels are might work to his advantage because he doesn’t know enough to be scared. Beet is about to learn that being a hero may be more than he bargained for.
The duo published the series in the now-defunct Monthly Shonen Jump magazine from 2002-2006. VIZ Media published the manga in English.