By Walter P / November 15th, 2016
It seems that the manga for Hayate the Combat Butler has now reached its final story arc. The manga by Kenjiro Hata first started in 2004 and has an anime adaption and a film. There was no mention of how much long the arc will last. If you’re not familiar with the series here’s a description from Viz Media who licenses it in North America:
“Since the tender age of nine, Hayate Ayasaki has busted his behind at various part-time jobs to support his degenerate gambler parents. And how do they repay their son’s selfless generosity? By selling his organs to the yakuza to cover their debts! But fate throws Hayate a bone…sort of. Now the butler of a wealthy young lady, Hayate can finally pay back his debts, and it’ll only take him 40 years to do it.”
If you feel kind of down about this news you can remember one thing. Look at how long it took Bleach to conclude its final story arc. The anime of the series can be viewed on Crunchyroll.
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