The May 2019 issue of Ichijinsha’s Comic Zero Sum magazine has announced that Kazuya Minekura’s Saiyuki Reload Blast manga will resume in the July 2019 issue on May 28, 2019. The manga went on hiatus in the magazine in the December 2017 issue.
Saiyuki Reload Blast is the sequel to Minekura’s Saiyuki and Saiyuki Reload manga series. She launched the series in Comic Zero Sum in 2009 but slowed down her publication of the manga in 2013 due to her health. The manga’s third compiled book volume, the series’ first in three years, shipped in October 2017.
The February 2016 issue of Ichinjinsha’s Comic Zero-Sum magazine has announced that Kazuya Minekura will resume her “hard-boiled action” manga Wild Adapter on February 5, 2016.
Ichijinsha slowed the serialization of Minekura’s Wild Adapter and Saiyuki Reload Blast manga in 2013 due to her health. The manga had already resumed after a separate hiatus earlier in 2013. Minekura also went on hiatus from her manga work in late 2010 due to surgery. The manga went on hiatus again in January 2015 and resumed in March 2015 before going back on hiatus.
The 43rd issue of Ichijinsha’s Zero Sum Ward magazine has announced that Kazuya Minekura’s Wild Adapter manga is on hiatus due to the creator’s poor health. The issue featured the series on its cover but the scheduled installment of the manga did not appear. The magazine’s editorial department apologized to readers and says that Minekura plans to resume the manga in the next issue that will be released on March 16, 2015.
Ichijinsha slowed the serialization of Minekura’s Wild Adapter and Saiyuki Reload Blast manga in 2013 due to her health. The manga has already resumed after a separate hiatus earlier that year. Minekura also had to go on hiatus from her manga work in late 2010 for surgery.
The manga launched in Tokuma Shoten’s bimonthly Chara magazine in 2001, but switched publishers to Ichijinsha in 2011. Ichijinsha has since republished the six compiled volumes of Wild Adapter.
Tokyopop licensed the Wild Adapter manga in 2006 for release in North America. The company published six volumes before closing its North American publishing division.