The final arc in the manga began in 2014, which had 3.3 million copies of series in print and also inspired TV anime that aired on Toonami.
The 14th compiled book volume of Takahiro and Tetsuya Tashiro’s Akame ga KILL! manga revealed on Monday that the manga’s 15th volume will be the last. The volume is slated for this winter.
In addition, the 14th volume’s wraparound jacket band revealed that the manga series, including the Akame ga KILL! Zero spinoff, has 3,300,000 copies in print.
The manga entered its final arc in the 12th volume in 2014.
The dark fantasy action manga centers on Tatsumi, a young warrior who travels to the Imperial capital to join the military, and instead finds a world of corruption, decay, and brutality. Tatsumi encounters Night Raid, an assassin group that supports the efforts of a growing underground revolution, joining their ranks after they reveal the true nature of the Imperial nobility to him. Among Night Raid’s number is Akame, a reticent swordswoman who has a past as an imperial assassin.