This week saw the long-awaited news that Fire Force season 3 is in the works, and there’s a followup concerning Atsushi Ohkubo’s original manga. The series recently concluded, and on the day the 34th and final volume launched Kodansha confirmed that the series has printed 20 million copies in total around the world since its 2015 launch.
Fire Force first kicked off in the pages of Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine back in September of 2015, ultimately running until 2022 for 304 chapters. Ohkubo previously created the Soul Eater and Soul Eater Not! manga series from 2004 to 2014.
You can get engulfed in the flames of hype in the promo for Fire Force volume 34 below.
Crunchyroll streamed the first two seasons of the Fire Force anime adaptation as they aired and describes the series:
Tokyo is burning, and citizens are mysteriously suffering from spontaneous human combustion all throughout the city! Responsible for snuffing out this inferno is the Fire Force, and Shinra is ready to join their fight. Now, as part of Company 8, he’ll use his devil’s footprints to help keep the city from turning to ash! But his past and a burning secret behind the scenes could set everything ablaze.
Source: Shonen Magazine website