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Nichijou (日常 Nichijō?, lit. Everyday) is a Japanese comedy manga by Keiichi Arawi (あらゐ けいいち Arawi Keiichi?). The manga began serialization in the December 2006 issue of Kadokawa Shoten's manga magazine Shōnen Ace, and was also serialized in Comptiq between the March 2007 and July 2008 issues.
The manga series was initially licensed in North America by Bandai Entertainment along with its anime adaptation, but both releases have been cancelled. It was later licensed for publication by Vertical in 2015. In Finland, the manga is published as Arki (Finnish for "weekday") by Punainen Jättiläinen.
In 2014, it was selected by Guillermo del Toro as one of the top comics out of Japan today for Asahi News' SUGOI Japan project.
List of Volumes
- Nichijou Manga Volume 1
- Nichijou Manga Volume 2
- Nichijou Manga Volume 3
- Nichijou Manga Volume 4
- Nichijou Manga Volume 5
- Nichijou Manga Volume 6
- Nichijou Manga Volume 7
- Nichijou Manga Volume 8
- Nichijou Manga Volume 9
- Nichijou Manga Volume 10
- ↑ "Bandai Entertainment Adds Nichijou, Gosick Anime", Anime News Network, July 30, 2011. Retrieved on July 31, 2011.
- ↑ "Bandai Entertainment Will Not Release Nichijō Manga Also", Anime News Network, January 3, 2012. Retrieved on January 3, 2012.
- ↑ "Vertical Adds Attack on Titan: Lost Girls Novel, Nichijō, FukuFuku: Kitten Tales Manga", Anime News Network, July 3, 2015. Retrieved on July 5, 2015.
- ↑ "Nichijou Punaiselta Jättiläiseltä", Anime (Finnish Magazine), October 14, 2011. Retrieved on February 1, 2012. (in Finnish)
- ↑ "Nichijō Manga to End in December With 10th Volume", Anime News Network, August 24, 2015. Retrieved on January 18, 2016.