Cells At Work Calls Off The Two Years Hiatus!


Cast and Crew of Cells At Work have remained silent for the return of the manga from its overdue hiatus for about two years now but is finally set to make its return to the markets.


A recent report, however, has broken the silence and has given the fans of CAW a reason to cheer up. A new report has recently been featured in Manga Mogura, Cells At Work will be ending its two years suspension with all-new chapters releasing through Monthly Shonen Sirius starting from late October.


Cells At Work is a popular manga and went on an indefinite hiatus in 2018 but the creators couldn't stay hushed for any longer than this and decided to elevate their fans up with the news of long-awaited comeback of the hit manga series on October 26 so the fans can mark the date on their calendars.


The show debuted back in July 2018 to the liking of both fans and critics. The show will debut its second season in January 2021, so there has never been a better time to catch up!

The official synopsis of the anime/manga Cells At Work is provided below –

"The story follows the world of a human's body which is represented as cities with roughly 37.2 trillion anthropomorphic cells who work together endlessly daily to run their world. Every day, they struggle to remove and resist pathogenic cells such as germs and bacteria from invading the body."


If you haven't yet looked into this amazing world of strong, defending cells at their work to keep you healthy, this should be the perfect time to jump in.


Source: Comic Book

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