One of the most popular mystery manga of the moment, No Reception ~ Denpa no Nai Kuni ~, is paralyzed by external problems.
Sadly, since Akita Shoten it was revealed in the most recent issue of the Monthly Shonen Champion that the co-author of the work Okushou is not in good health and must urgently take a break. Details about his ailment have not been made official, but it is clear that it is a serious matter.
But the magazine announced that for the next September 6, in the next issue of the Monthly Shonen Champion, the work will return on a regular basis. Hopefully this is enough for the author to recover, given that this industry continues to wear its creators to the limit of their physical capabilities, so it is time to be on the lookout for this to stop.
The story begins with the disappearance of all radio waves on the planet. Much of the world is rapidly descending into looting and chaos, and the United States in particular becomes lawless territory virtually overnight. The story centers on Paul, a man who lives peacefully with his family, but is suddenly accused by the FBI of being in some way responsible for the disappearance of the radio waves. With few options, he embarks on a mission to find the real criminal to clear his name, and becomes involved in something much bigger than his old little life.
Let’s meet the author
To fully enjoy Okusho’s manga it is necessary to take a look at his previous works, especially the most popular of all, Real Account. An adventure packed with drama, science fiction and psychological horror.
In history, Real Account is a popular application that allows its users to link their account to reality to socialize and even buy things in real life.
Like all technological comforts, the app has become indispensable in everyday life, especially for high school sophomore Ataru Kashigawa, who has become obsessed with virtual life.
After discovering that not everything is as they paint it, Ataru is forced to participate in horrible online games with the penance that you, as well as all your followers, can die if you lose and the rules only get worse as you progress.
If you run out of followers, certain death awaits you and the only thing standing between Ataru’s life and death is an anonymous follower who supports him despite falling from grace.