On Monday, The Official Twitter Account of Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine tweeted out an announcement about the Manga “Why The Hell Are You Here, Teacher?” along with an apology regarding the 39th issues cover and the table of contents. The Manga “Why The Hell Are You Here, Teacher?” will be going on a hiatus due to the author’s health conditions deteriorating and will not be included in the 39th issue of this year, but because the printing process had already taken place, the cover of the issue will contain the title and the table of contents will also have the name of the manga in it.
The health condition of Soborou has been somewhat bad ever since the serialization of the manga back in 2017. He explained the entire issue with his health on his Official Twitter Account, which went something like this, according to the tweet Soborou has been suffering hearing loss and tendonitis for the past three years.
The conditions had been worsening over time, but regardless of them, he would continue working on the Manga. However, ever since the beginning of this year, the pain and issues with his health became too much to ignore. After discussing with the editorial department of the Magazine, Soborou has decided to put the manga on hiatus.
【 #ヤンマガ 第39号発売中！】
— ヤングマガジン編集部 (@magazine_young) August 23, 2020
‘Why The Hell Are You Here, Teacher?’ – Whats it about?
Written and illustrated by Soborou, “Why The Hell Are You Here, Teacher?”, was serialized initially in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine in a series of one shots under the name of Golden Times and was later serialized in the same magazine. With a total of 10 volumes collected so far, and each volume is about a different Teacher and student’s awkward and yet flirty situations.
The plot follows multiple different characters who are students and teachers, as they constantly come across each other in awkward situations filled with fan service. The story initially started with a high schooler, Ichiro Sato, who kept ending up in erotics situations with his teacher, Kana Kojima, who was notorious for being extremely strict. It is a very funny and enjoyable read with very good art as well.
About The Anime
The manga received an Anime Adaptation which aired from April to June of 2019. The Anime adaptation was announced in the 44th issue of the Weekly Young Magazine released in October of 2018. With a total of 12 episodes, all of which were handled by Tear Studio and were Directed by Toshikatsu Tokoro, the Character Designs were done by Kazuhiko Tamura and the Series composition was done by Yūki Takabayashi and Yuri Fujimaru.
Cast | Anime Adaptation
Kojima Kana is voiced by Sumire Uesaka who played the character of Disciplinary Committee President in Aho-Girl, Shalltear Bloodfallen in Overlord, amongst other roles.
Satō Ichirō is voiced by Ryōta Suzuki who played the character of Yu Ishigami from Kaguya-sama: Love Is War, Aida in FLCL, amongst other roles.
Matsukaze Mayu is voiced by Yūko Gotō who played the character of Anya Alstreim from the Code Geass Series, Bukubukuchagama from the Overlord Series, amongst other roles.
Suzuki Rin is voiced by Toshiki Masuda who played the character of Chikara Ennoshita from The Haikyuu!! Series, Charanko from One Punch Man, and Koutarou Hayama from Kuroko No Basuke, amongst other roles.
Hazakura Hikari is voiced by Shizuka Ishigami who played the character of Ch’en in Arknights and Ikuno in Darling in the FRANXX.
Matsukaze Saya is voiced by Yuka Ōtsubo who played the character of Mei Akano from Oreshura, Matsuri Motomiya from Tsukiuta. Animation.