Kei Sanbe’s Manga Taisho Award-nominated Boku dake ga Inai Machi, the origin of the ERASED anime that’s set simulcast viewers buzzing, will be ending in the April issue of Kadokawa’s Young Ace magazine. The issue that sees the finale of a time-travelling manga artist/pizza shop worker’s story will be out on March 4th, and right now, as Young Ace also announced, the manga’s seven volumes have 2.54 million copies in print.
A few weeks back, ERASED director Tomohiko Ito posted a rather inconsequential hint on the anime’s official Twitter, saying that the show will portray the original ending of the manga. But now, for Japanese viewers at least, this will take an a bit more intrigue. The show will come to the end of its twelve listed episodes on March 24th, and we international folk can see it simulcast on Crunchyroll, Daisuki and Funimation.