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In early August 2020, [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor Matsuki was arrested]] for groping two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last), and later [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes new printings and digital sales were suspended worldwide]]. A stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.

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In early August 2020, [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor Matsuki was arrested]] for groping two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last), and later [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes new printings and digital sales were suspended worldwide]]. A stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled. Usazaki has since removed all mentions of the series from her social media.


* NoEnding: Cancellation does tend to lead to this trope, and ''Act-Age'' was no exception − and unlike unsuccessful series that at least get a few chapters to wrap things up, this one happened literally overnight, in the middle of an arc.

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* NoEnding: Cancellation does tend to lead to this trope, and ''Act-Age'' was no exception − and unlike exception. Unlike most unsuccessful manga series that at least get a few chapters to wrap things up, this one happened literally overnight, in the middle of an arc.


* NoEnding: Cancellation does tend to lead to this trope, and ''Act-Age'' was no exception.

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* NoEnding: Cancellation does tend to lead to this trope, and ''Act-Age'' was no exception.exception − and unlike unsuccessful series that at least get a few chapters to wrap things up, this one happened literally overnight, in the middle of an arc.


* AbortedArc: The manga was right in the middle of its "Yonagi at Stars" arc when it was cancelled.

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* AbortedArc: The manga was right in the middle of its "Yonagi at Stars" arc when it was cancelled.


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* NoEnding: Cancellation does tend to lead to this trope, and ''Act-Age'' was no exception.


''act-age''[[note]]pronounced in French like "garage"[[/note]] is a manga written by Tatsuya Matsuki and drawn by Shiro Usazaki, published in ''Weekly Magazine/ShonenJump'' from 2018 to 2020-- [[CoversAlwaysLie despite what the cover and premise might make you think]].

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''act-age''[[note]]pronounced in French like "garage"[[/note]] is a manga written by Tatsuya Matsuki and drawn by Shiro Usazaki, published in ''Weekly Magazine/ShonenJump'' from 2018 to 2020-- -- [[CoversAlwaysLie despite what the cover and premise might make you think]].
think]] -- from 2018 to 2020.


''act-age''[[note]]pronounced in French like "garage"[[/note]] is a 2018 manga written by Tatsuya Matsuki and drawn by Shiro Usazaki, published in ''Weekly Magazine/ShonenJump'' − despite what the cover and premise might make you think.

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''act-age''[[note]]pronounced in French like "garage"[[/note]] is a 2018 manga written by Tatsuya Matsuki and drawn by Shiro Usazaki, published in ''Weekly Magazine/ShonenJump'' from 2018 to 2020-- [[CoversAlwaysLie despite what the cover and premise might make you think.
think]].



In early August 2020, [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor Matsuki was arrested]] after committing indecent acts on two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last), and later [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes new printings and digital sales were suspended worldwide]]. A stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.

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In early August 2020, [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor Matsuki was arrested]] after committing indecent acts on for groping two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last), and later [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes new printings and digital sales were suspended worldwide]]. A stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.


In early August 2020, [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor Matsuki was arrested]] after committing indecent acts on two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last), and later new printings and digital sales were suspended worldwide. A stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.

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In early August 2020, [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor Matsuki was arrested]] after committing indecent acts on two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last), and later [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes new printings and digital sales were suspended worldwide.worldwide]]. A stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.


In early August 2020, [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor Matsuki was arrested]] after committing indecent acts on two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last). A stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.

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In early August 2020, [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor Matsuki was arrested]] after committing indecent acts on two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last).last), and later new printings and digital sales were suspended worldwide. A stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.


* FamedInStory: In no particular order...
** Arisa is the CEO of the Stars agency, and before then used to be a highly-regarded actress.
** Akira, Arisa's son, is a member of Stars, and has a recurring role as the titular character in "[[ShowWithinAShow Ultra Kamen]]."
** Chiyoko, also a Stars member, is an idol actress currently at the peak of her popularity.
** Sumiji is a well-respected documentary film-maker and movie director.
** Iwao is a highly-regarded playwright and theatre director.
*** By extension, his company Tenkyuu is similarly highly-regarded due to their acting skill and versatility, Araya being the crown jewel of them.
** Riku, a ''former'' Stars actor (emphasis important) is a famous Hollywood actor.
** Even Yonagi herself starts to fit the bill after Galactic Railroad ends, due to her appearances in both "Railroad" and "Death Island," Amachi's advertising, and the "Shinjuku Girl" video going viral.


In early August 2020, Matsuki was arrested after committing indecent acts on two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last). A stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.

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In early August 2020, [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor Matsuki was arrested arrested]] after committing indecent acts on two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last). A stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.


* NoEnding: An unintentional case − the series was brutally cut in the middle on an arc when the writer was arrested, and is unlikely to ever resume.

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* NoEnding: An unintentional case − the series was brutally cut in the middle on an arc when the writer was arrested, and is unlikely to ever resume.


For an older (albeit still running) series about the world of acting, compare ''Manga/SkipBeat''; and for a ''much'' older series, ''Manga/GlassMask''. Also compare ''Manga/SmileDownTheRunway'', another unconventional work of Magazine/ShonenMagazine centered on the world of fashion and modeling.

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For an older (albeit still running) series about the world of acting, compare ''Manga/SkipBeat''; and for a ''much'' older series, series (also still running), ''Manga/GlassMask''. Also compare ''Manga/SmileDownTheRunway'', another unconventional work of Magazine/ShonenMagazine published in ''Magazine/ShonenMagazine'' centered on the world of fashion and modeling.


In early August 2020, Matsuki was arrested after committing indecent acts on two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last). A StageAdaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.

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In early August 2020, Matsuki was arrested after committing indecent acts on two middle school-aged girls. Usazaki and Shueisha then decided to end the serialization with the manga's 123rd chapter (and the official English translation leaves out the last). A StageAdaptation stageplay adaptation that was in the works was also subsequently cancelled.

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