The September issue of Kodansha‘S Nakayoshi magazine published the final chapter of Madoka Seizuki Tokyo Mew Mew Ole! on Wednesday. The eighth volume of the manga will be released on September 13th.
The spin-off of Reiko Yoshida Other Mia Ikumi‘S Tokyo Mew Mew manga focused on male characters rather than female characters from the previous manga and anime. The manga was launched in Nakayoshi in December 2019.
“Ore” (without the elongated “ō” sound) is the informal Japanese pronoun for “I”, often used by males. “Ōre” (with the lengthened “ō” sound) is a Japanese transliteration of the Spanish interjection “Olé” (which is the style of the title in the manga). “O Re” (without the elongated “ō” sound) is also a Japanese transliteration for the French phrase “au lait”.
Yoshida and the late Ikumi serialized theirs Tokyo Mew Mew manga from 2000 to 2003 e Tokyopop has published all seven volumes in English. Kodansha comics released the manga in three volumes omnibus with a new translation in 2011. The manga inspired a 52-episode animated television series from 2002 to 2003 and 4 Entertainment for children aired the anime with the title Mew Mew Power in 2005. Ikumi also serialized a manga sequel titled Trendy Tokyo Mew Mew from 2003 to 2004, e Kodansha comics published the manga in English. Yoshida and Ikumi subsequently released a new short manga titled Tokyo Mew Mew Return 2020 in December 2019.
Ikumi died on March 7 earlier this year.
Tokyo Mew Mew Newa brand new anime based on the original manga, premiered on July 6 and is currently airing. HIDDEN is streaming the series as it airs in Japan.
sources: Nakayoshi September issue