Earlier this month The Vampire Dies in No Time author Itaru Bonnoki announced a personal hiatus to rest and work on some health issues. This was at odds with the fact that the manga was due to return to the pages of Weekly Shonen Champion magazine on May 11, so it was unclear at the time but assumed that this would mean a continued hiatus for the series. It turns out that’s the case, because the author announced that the series will be going on an indefinite hiatus.
While there’s no return date, the magazine will confirm the details as soon as plans are firmly in place. Bonnoki apologized to fans looking forward to new chapters, but we just hope they’re able to get the proper amount of rest in during this extended break.
The Vampire Dies in No Time first launched in Weekly Shonen Champion back in June 2015, and has been collected in 24 volumes so far. Crunchyroll streams the TV anime adaptation of The Vampire Dies in No Time and describes it like so:
Legendary vampire hunter Ronaldo finds an unlikely (and unwilling) ally in Draluc, the world’s weakest vampire who turns to dust at the slightest attack. Together they’re in for more hilarious misadventures than you can shake a stake at, including enemy vampires, axe-wielding editors, and other pains in the neck.