Blood Lad Creator Yūki Kodama’s The World of Summoning Manga Will get International Simultaneous Launch
The official Twitter account for Kodansha‘s Bessatsu Shōnen Journal introduced on Friday that Yūki Kodama‘s upcoming new manga The World of Summoning (Shо̄kan Suru Sekai) could have a worldwide simultaneous launch in English and French. The account confirmed a banner illustration for the manga’s French model and likewise hyperlinks to the Twitter accounts of France’s Pika Édition and North America’s Kodansha Manga.
The manga will launch within the March difficulty of Bessatsu Shōnen Journal on February 9. The manga’s first chapter could have 58 pages, together with colour pages, and the sequence can be featured on the journal’s entrance cowl. The battle fantasy takes place in present-day Tokyo and combines the themes of summoners and an academy. The story follows Tokoyo, a boy who doesn’t know his dad and mom and who admires summoners. There’s a secret about Tokoyo that might be world-shaking.
Kodama launched the vampire comedy manga Blood Lad in Kadokawa‘s Younger Ace journal in 2009, and ended it in September 2016. The manga’s seventeenth and last compiled quantity shipped in Japan in December 2016. Yen Press publishes the manga and the spinoff manga Bloody Brat in North America. The manga impressed a 10-episode tv anime adaptation, which premiered in 2013. Viz Media streamed the sequence on Hulu because it aired in Japan, and launched it on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in September 2014.
Kodama and Yukinori Kitajima launched the manga Hamatora in Shueisha‘s Weekly Younger Leap in November 2013, and ended it in December 2014. Shueisha shipped the third and last compiled quantity of the manga in February 2015. The manga was a part of a multimedia undertaking that additionally featured two anime sequence, two stage performs, and a Nintendo 3DS sport by FuRyu. Crunchyroll streamed each anime sequence as they aired in Japan. Sentai Filmworks launched each anime seasons on Blu-ray Disc and DVD in 2015 and 2016.
Kodama launched the Demon Tune sequence in Leap SQ. in January 2018, and the manga moved to Shonen Leap+ in December 2018. The sequence resulted in Could 2019.
Sources: Bessatsu Shōnen Journal‘s Twitter account