Everything in this world is destined to end on a set time; Atsushi Ohkubo’s Fire Force is not an exception. 2022 is the year in which this fantastic manga is going to end in.
Fire Force Final Arc Starts:
With the latest 46th weekly issue of Weekly Shonen Magazine, Fire Force manga has entered its Final Arc.
As you may have heard that no matter how hard you try, you can not be ready every time, we fans of this fire fighting manga are proof of that. Previously author Atsushi Ohkubo already made his intentions public on ending this manga last year. Still, it is exciting to witness the end of this manga. Sometimes it is best to put a full stop on some things, and that’s what mangaka might have in mind.
Ohkubo sensei have decided Fire Force to be his last work. It can very well be just for a short term. However, he is still young and can once again return with new work, which would be great. Under the Ohkubo sensei schedule, Fire Force manga always serialised on time. Apart from the Golden Week, Fire Force manga may have only taken breaks barely.
Plot Of Fire Force Manga:
Shinra Kusakabe, after having being blamed for the death of his mother his 12-year-old brother Sho due to the fire ignited by his flame, he became a 3rd gen pyrokinetic. Shinra gained his nickname Devil Footprints because he was able to ignite his feet at will. After finding some other people with the same ability, he joined Special Fire Force Company 8.
With others like him, Shinra now tries to end Inferal attacks as well as to investigate corruption amongst Companies 1 to 7.
Shinra begins to know the truth about death of his mother was only to cover for White Clad’s goal to kidnap Sho. White Clad is intended to repeat the great disaster after gathering 8 individuals like Shinra and Sho for an ancient being who manipulated humanity in ancient times.
About The Manga:
Atsushi Ohkubo’s Fire Force manga started its serialisation in Weekly Shonen Jump Magazine on September 23rd, 2015. As of August 2021, the manga is collected in 30 volumes. This manga comes in Adventure, Dark Fantasy, and Sci-Fi genres, with Kodansha being its publisher. Manga is also adapted into a 2 season anime that is available to stream on Crunchyroll and Funimation.