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The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the story concluding in the seventh volume released in May 2019, followed by a "side story" volume of previously unpublished stories, titled ''Shoulder-a-coffin Kuro Side Story: Nostalgic Travelogue'' released in April 2020.

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The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the story concluding in the seventh volume released in May 2019, followed by a "side story" volume of previously unpublished stories, titled ''Shoulder-a-coffin ''Shoulder-a-Coffin Kuro Side Story: Nostalgic Travelogue'' released in April 2020.


The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the story concluding in the seventh volume released in May 2019, followed by a "side story" volume of previously unpublished stories released in April 2020.

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The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the story concluding in the seventh volume released in May 2019, followed by a "side story" volume of previously unpublished stories stories, titled ''Shoulder-a-coffin Kuro Side Story: Nostalgic Travelogue'' released in April 2020.


The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the story concluding in the seventh volume released in May 2019, followed by a "side story" volume of previously unpublished stories released in March 2020.

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The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the story concluding in the seventh volume released in May 2019, followed by a "side story" volume of previously unpublished stories released in March April 2020.


The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the seventh volume released in May 2019. Though the story reached its conclusion in the seventh volume, the afterword of said volume states an eighth volume containing unpublished stories will be released.

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The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the story concluding in the seventh volume released in May 2019. Though the story reached its conclusion in the seventh volume, the afterword of said 2019, followed by a "side story" volume states an eighth volume containing of previously unpublished stories will be released.released in March 2020.


* {{Expy}}: ''VideoGame/YggdraUnion'''s Mistel is based on the "witch" encountered in the third story arc; Isabeli from ''VideoGame/{{Gungnir}}'' has Kuro's coloring.


%%* {{Kuudere}}: Kuro, oh so much.


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%%* SugarAndIcePersonality: Kuro, oh so much.


An ongoing manga series by mangaka and character designer Creator/SatokoKiyuduki (of ''VideoGame/DeptHeaven'' fame). ''Shoulder-a-Coffin Kuro'', titled ''Katsugi Hitsugi no Kuro'' in Japanese, tells the story of a boyish young woman named Kuro who travels the land in search of... something, accompanied by a flock of bats and eventually a pair of unusual young girls named Nijuku and Sanju. She always dresses in black and carries a coffin (that, suspiciously, seems just her size) on her back--and is often mistaken for a boy. Or a vampire. Or a mortician, or a coffin salesman... [[RunningGag the list goes on and on]].

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An ongoing A manga series by mangaka and character designer Creator/SatokoKiyuduki (of ''VideoGame/DeptHeaven'' fame). ''Shoulder-a-Coffin Kuro'', titled ''Katsugi Hitsugi no Kuro'' in Japanese, tells the story of a boyish young woman named Kuro who travels the land in search of... something, accompanied by a flock of bats and eventually a pair of unusual young girls named Nijuku and Sanju. She always dresses in black and carries a coffin (that, suspiciously, seems just her size) on her back--and is often mistaken for a boy. Or a vampire. Or a mortician, or a coffin salesman... [[RunningGag the list goes on and on]].



%%* BlueAndOrangeMorality: The witch.



* CrapsackWorld: Don't let the {{Moe}} art style deceive you. The world Kuro lives in is a dark place, with malicious people and vile powers aplenty. [[spoiler:The [[BodyHorror supernatural plague]]... *[[NightmareFuel shivers]]*]]

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* CrapsackWorld: Don't let the {{Moe}} PuniPlush art style deceive you. The world Kuro lives in is a dark place, with malicious people and vile powers aplenty. [[spoiler:The [[BodyHorror supernatural plague]]... *[[NightmareFuel shivers]]*]]



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The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the final seventh volume released in May 2019.

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The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the final seventh volume released in May 2019.2019. Though the story reached its conclusion in the seventh volume, the afterword of said volume states an eighth volume containing unpublished stories will be released.


The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the final sixth volume released in May 2019.

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The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress, with the final sixth seventh volume released in May 2019.


The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018 and is being localized by Creator/YenPress. There was a long delay between the second and third volumes due to the manga being on hiatus in Japan, but the third volume was eventually released in November 2012.

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The manga completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018 and is being 2018. It was localized for North America by Creator/YenPress. There was a long delay between Creator/YenPress, with the second and third volumes due to the manga being on hiatus in Japan, but the third final sixth volume was eventually released in November 2012.May 2019.


** It's debatable, but this seems highly


* RapeAsDrama: Implied in volume 2 when we get a glimpse of Kuro and Sen's first months of traveling. It's only one strip and Kuro doesn't say anything, but Sen mentions that it was in an alley and the man said he was going to give Kuro information on a witch.

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* RapeAsDrama: Implied in volume 2 when we get a glimpse of Kuro and Sen's first months of traveling. ** It's only one strip and Kuro doesn't say anything, debatable, but Sen mentions that it was in an alley and the man said he was going to give Kuro information on a witch.this seems highly


The manga is serialized in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' and is being localized by Creator/YenPress. There was a long delay between the second and third volumes due to the manga being on hiatus in Japan, but the third volume was eventually released in November 2012.

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The manga is serialized completed its serialization in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' in June 2018 and is being localized by Creator/YenPress. There was a long delay between the second and third volumes due to the manga being on hiatus in Japan, but the third volume was eventually released in November 2012.


* NoSympathy:
** Possibly as a result of their social isolation, Sen and Kuro's priorities can appear a little skewed; they only really express concern for their immediate group. When Sanju maims/kills a kitten, their concern isn't really for the kitten or its traumatised young owners, but how they're going to get Sanju to stop destroying/killing things by accident (and therefore making trouble for them) without upsetting her too much.

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* NoSympathy:
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NoSympathy: Possibly as a result of their social isolation, Sen and Kuro's priorities can appear a little skewed; they only really express concern for their immediate group. When Sanju maims/kills a kitten, their concern isn't really for the kitten or its traumatised young owners, but how they're going to get Sanju to stop destroying/killing things by accident (and therefore making trouble for them) without upsetting her too much.

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