Ichigoki’s Under Control Manga Ends

Ichigoki's Under Control Manga Ends

The Ichigoki’s Under Control Manga ends. The last chapter of the Seiji Hayashi manga Ichigoki’s Under Control! (Ichigōki! Sōjūchū) was released on Monday in the 20th edition of Weekly Shonen Jump from Shueisha. Moreover, the second and final volume of the manga will be available on June 2.

Ichigoki's Under Control Manga Ends
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Kai Ichigoki opens Ichigoki’s Under Control at school. But when his buddies chat with him, he twists his head completely around. Then it is revealed that Misao Chiisaki, a childhood friend, is controlling him like a mech from within his skull. In essence, she is a young mad scientist.

Kai took her to the zoo to gather particular components after an earlier experiment left her exceedingly little. Kai was slain by a gorilla assault while attempting this. Misao, on the other hand, revived him by transforming him into a robot and serving as his pilot. Her absence causes his body to go berserk. The two must figure out how to live together until she can fully turn him into a cyborg.


On November 28, Hayashi published the comic in Weekly Shonen Jump. The manga’s first volume was released by Shueisha on April 4.

I’m From Japan (Jimoto ga Japan), a manga by Hayashi, ran in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2018 to 2020. Furthermore, the manga was digitally released by MANGA Plus in English. Moreover, in April 2019, a television anime series based on the manga debuted.

The manga will be made available online in English through Viz Media and Shueisha’s MANGA Plus service. MANGA Plus summarises the plot as follows:

Ichigoki is a regular kid who can’t wait to start high school. But an unexpected encounter with the fists of an eastern lowland gorilla that has escaped from the zoo results in his death… He somehow regains consciousness only to discover that he’s become a Fullmetal-bodied cyborg?! Thus begins cyborg Ichigoki’s wacky and aggravating misadventures with Misao, his mad scientist friend from childhood! Furthermore, A coming-of-age, buddy, gag manga from Seiji Hayashi, creator of I’m From Japan and Chikyuu Ningen Tera-chan!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I read Ichigoki’s Under Control manga?

You can read Ichigoki’s Under Control on Viz.

How many Volumes does Ichigoki’s Under Control?

Ichigoki’s Under Control? has 2 volumes

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