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Call of the Night Manga Ends With The Release Of Chapter 200 On Jan 24

This ends a 3.5-year-long running series that garnered many fans, especially after the release of the anime.

© 2022 Kotoyama, Shogakukan / "Call of the Night" Production Committee

Twitter’s manga expert @MangaMoguraRE had confirmed, on Jan 12, 2024, that the manga serialization of Yofukashi no Uta, better known as Call of the Night, will end with the release of its final chapter (Chapter 200) in the upcoming Weekly Shonen Sunday issue 9/2024, hitting Japanese bookstores on Jan 24, 2024.

This ends a 3.5-year-long running series that garnered many fans, especially after the release of the anime that aired in 2022.

The final chapter will contain a cover & lead color page as well. Additionally, the series will reveal special information and a special project in the same issue of the magazine.

Call of the Night will officially end with the release of volume 20.

(Call of the Night Volume 1)

About Call of the Night:

Call of the Night is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kotoyama. It has been serialized in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shōnen Sunday since August 2019. Season 1 of the anime produced by Liden Films aired from July to September 2022.

Sentai Filmworks describe the overall plot of Call of the Night as follows:

Wracked by insomnia and wanderlust, Ko Yamori is driven onto the moonlit streets every night in an aimless search for something he can’t seem to name. His nightly ritual is marked by purposeless introspection — until he meets Nazuna, who might just be a vampire! Ko’s new companion could offer him dark gifts and a vampire’s immortality. But there are conditions that must be met before Ko can sink his teeth into vampirism, and he’ll have to discover just how far he’s willing to go to satisfy his desires before he can heed the Call of the Night!

Source: Twitter