Kazuo Umezu’s New Work is 101 Acrylic Work Serving as Sequel to My Identify is Shingo Manga
Prolific horror manga creator Kazuo Umezu introduced on his web site on November 24 that his beforehand introduced first new work in 26 years might be titled Zoku Shingo: Chiisana Robotic Shingo Bijutsukan (Sequel Shingo: Small Robotic Shingo Artwork Museum). The work might be a sequel to his Watashi wa Shingo (My Identify is Shingo) manga and is a collection of 101 acrylic work.
The brand new work will debut in January at an artwork exhibition that includes Umezu’s work titled “Kazuo Umezz The Nice Artwork Exhibition.” The exhibition might be held at Tokyo Metropolis View from January 28 by way of March 25, and can then be held at Osaka’s Abeno Harukas Artwork Museum from September 17 by way of November 20, 2022.
Umezu said in August he has been engaged on the challenge for 4 years. He added, “It’s an unbelievable work, and when you get your first look at it you will not have the ability to escape!!”
The science fiction manga My Identify is Shingo ran in Shogakukan‘s Weekly Massive Comedian Spirits within the Nineteen Eighties. The manga tells a narrative of a boy and lady who earnestly love one another, however have been separated by adults, and an industrial robotic that has gained sentience. The manga explores metaphysical themes like “what’s a god?” and “what’s consciousness?”
Viz Media beforehand launched Umezu’s The Drifting Classroom manga in 2006 to 2008, and launched the manga digitally in 2013. Viz Media‘s new deluxe hardcover launch of the manga, titled The Drifting Classroom: The Excellent Version, launched in 2019-2020. His different manga embrace Makoto-chan, Cat Eyed Boy, and Orochi, amongst others.
Umezu initially retired from drawing manga in 1995 after ending the 14-sai manga. He later made his directorial debut in an autobiographical movie titled Mom, which opened in Japan in September 2014.
Japan’s Company for Cultural Affairs awarded Umezu with its Commissioner for Cultural Affairs award in March 2019, which honors “people who’ve made distinguished accomplishment in inventive and cultural actions.”