Popular surreal gag suspense manga Migi to Dali by Nami Sano will end in the upcoming Harta issue on Nov 15, 2021. Nami Sano is famous for writing Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto, a unique seinen comedy series that explores the cool and stylish high school boy Sakamoto’s everyday life story. She launched the manga in Enterbrain‘s Harta magazine in April 2012 and it was serialized until December 14, 2015. In 2016 it was adapted into a TV anime by Studio Deen with renowned Shinji Takamatsu (Gintama) as the director and Atsuko Nakajima as Character Designer. Her other famous works include Non-sugar coffee, Shoulder width Hiroshi, Hitoyonde 8823, and Migi to Dali. Migi to Dali began to be published on July 15, 2017, in KADOKAWA‘s ( Enterbrain ) Harta magazine and has been collected into 6 tankōbon volumes since then with the latest volume being released on July 2021. Final vol 7 will be available in the coming winter.
The magazine describes the story as:
The boy’s name was Hitori. A stork brought the angel into the lives of a middle-aged couple who were not blessed with children. His parents were kind, his house spacious, and his meals hot. But to protect the happiness he had received, Hitori continued to hide an important secret from his parents.