Miki Yoshikawa has officially announced on Twitter that he is ready to launch an interesting new manga on the market called Kakko no Iinazuke (Kakkō’s Fiance), a paper production that will be published in the ninth issue of Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine, expected for January 29, 2020.
『カッコウの許嫁』の連載が始まります！！— 吉河美希 (@YoshikawaMiki) December 31, 2019
According to what has been revealed, the manga was initially born as one of three one-shot works published in the Weekly Shonen Magazine at the beginning of the year. Fans, after seeing the three works, could then vote for their favorite to determine which of the three would become a full-fledged manga. Yoshikawa also said earlier this week that his new series would be launched in 2020.
In case you don’t know him, Yoshikawa made his debut with his manga “Glory Days” in 2003, before working later for a brief period of time as an assistant for Hiro Mashima (Fairy Tail). The man then launched his one-shot manga Yankee-kun to Megane-chan, a work that later became a complete series that also inspired a live-action television series released in 2010 in Japan. The mangaka also dedicated himself to Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches, a manga series that ended in February 2017.