GTO: Paradise Lost Manga Ends First Part and Goes on Hiatus

This year’s 44th issue of Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine has published the final chapter in the “first part” of Tohru Fujisawa’s GTO: Paradise Lost manga. The issue also revealed that Fujisawa is taking a “long leave of absence” before returning to launch the manga’s second part. Fujisawa added that the hiatus is due to a staff shortage, and said once he can set it up so he can publish the manga weekly again, he will resume the series.

The story of the manga is described as:

The next stage for Eikichi Onizuka: Kissho Academy’s Class G, a newly-established class for young celebrities. But as Onizuka soon finds out, his new teaching assignment is no superstar paradise—it’s a super problem class, feared by all.

Fujisawa launched the spin-off of his GTO (Great Teacher Onizuka) manga in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine in April 2014. Crunchyroll has been offering the manga online, including latest chapters as they come out in Japan.

Source: ANN

Kodansha Advanced Media Publishes the Domestic Girlfriend and GTO: Paradise Lost Manga Digitally

Kodansha Advanced Media released the first volumes of Kei Sasuga’s Domestic Girlfriend (Domestic na Kanojo) and Tohru Fujisawa’s GTO: Paradise Lost digitally on April 11, 2017.

The story of Domestic Girlfriend is described as:

High schooler Natsuo is hopelessly in love with his cheerful and popular teacher, Hina. However, one day at a mixer, he meets a moody girl by the name of Rui and ends up sleeping with her. Soon after, his father announces that he’s getting remarried to a woman with two daughters of her own. And who shows up in tow, other than both Hina and Rui? Natsuo’s outrageous new life starts now.

Sasuga launched the manga in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine in April 2014.

The story of GTO: Paradise Lost is described as:

The next stage for Eikichi Onizuka: Kissho Academy’s Class G, a newly-established class for young celebrities. But as Onizuka soon finds out, his new teaching assignment is no superstar paradise—it’s a super problem class, feared by all.

Fujisawa launched the spin-off of his GTO (Great Teacher Onizuka) manga in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine in April 2014.

Source: ANN

GTO: Paradise Lost Manga Is Going on Hiatus Until Winter

This year’s 28th issue of Kodansha’s Young Magazine is announcing that Tohru Fujisawa is putting his GTO: Paradise Lost manga on hiatus, starting in the next issue. He plans to resume the manga this winter.

The story of the manga is described as:

The next stage for Eikichi Onizuka: Kissho Academy’s Class G, a newly-established class for young celebrities. But as Onizuka soon finds out, his new teaching assignment is no superstar paradise—it’s a super problem class, feared by all.

Fujisawa launched this spin-off of his GTO (Great Teacher Onizuka) manga Young Magazine on April 14, 2014. Crunchyroll is publishing the manga online, including the latest chapters as they come out in Japan.

Source: ANN