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Seven Deadly Sins Manga Goes On Hiatus Because Of Author’s Hospitalization

If you’re a HunterXHunter fan this might be a common thing for you to hear but this time, its Seven Deadly Sins author Nakaba Suzuki.

It was earlier revealed that Nakaba Suzuki was hospitalized due to a medical condition and will not be able to continue making his manga “Seven Deadly Sins” until he is discharged. The image which revealed the information can be seen below followed by a translation of the text:



A message to “Nanatsu no Taizai / The Seven Deadly Sins” readers:
Like always, thank you very much for reading “The Seven Deadly Sins”. Due to the hospitalization of Nakaba-sensei, as a result of a surgery in the past, “The Seven Deadly Sins” manga will be in hiatus for a while. Please, don’t worry as his medical condition is not serious and he is fine.
Also, despite the main series being on hiatus for a while, the special side stories will continue being published. The main series serialization is schedule to be resumed in Issue 7 of 2017 (It will be available on January 18, 2017)
-The Weekly Shonen Magazine Editorial Department.
Also, below is a handwritten message from Nakaba that says the following:
I’m sorry that I have to go on hiatus, but I plan to resume the story as soon as the medical team allows me to. But we’ll be also keeping in touch at the mini series! Thank you so much for continuing to read and we’ll see each other very soon!

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