The third compiled volume of the spin-off manga Cells At Work!: Illegal (Hataraku Saibō Illegal) di Kae Hashimoto revealed on May 18 that the manga will end with its fourth volume in September.
Like the original Cells at Work! Of Akane Shimizu and its other spin-offs, the manga Cells At Work!: Illegal anthropomorphizes the cells of the human body while keeping it functioning, in this case the body is that of a person who takes illegal substances and suffers physical violence.
Hashimoto launched the manga on the website of YanMaga of Kodansha in January 2022. Hataraku Saibō Neko (Cells at Work! Cat) di Choco Aozora e Meku Kaire e Hataraku Saibō Okusuri (Cells at Work! Medicine) di Koma Warita e Ryo Kuji, both were recently published in the journal Monthly Shonen Sirius Of Kodansha on May 25th. Shimizu launched the original Cells at Work! manga in the March 2015 issue of the magazine Monthly Shonen Sirius Of Kodansha, and concluded in January 2021.
Kodansha Publishing also released the following spin-off manga: Cells at Work: Bacteria!, Cells at Work!: Neo Bacteria!, Cells at Work! White Brigade, Cells at Work! Baby, Cells NOT at Work!, Cells at Work! Code Black, Cells at Work and Friends! e Cells at Work: Platelets!.
the latest spin-off manga in the Cells at Work series! was Hataraku Saibō Lady (Cells at Work! Lady) Of Akari Otokawa e Shigemitsu Harada, finished in September 2022. The manga focused on the physiology of adult womensuch as menstruation, pregnancy and childbirth. Harada also wrote the spin-off Cells at Work! renamed Code Black, which closed in January 2021.
The first anime adaptation of the original manga premiered in July 2018. The second season premiered in January 2021, alongside the anime of Cells at Work! The spin-off manga of Code Black. The original manga is also inspiring a live-action adaptation.