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Naoki Urasawa's Asadora!, Yawara!, Jigoro!, 20th Century Boys, Sneeze, Mujirushi Manga Get Digital Releases

Naoki Urasawa's Asadora!, Yawara!, Jigoro!, 20th Century Boys, Sneeze, Mujirushi Manga Get Digital Releases


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Naoki Urasawa’s Asadora!, Yawara!, Jigoro!, twentieth Century Boys, Sneeze, Mujirushi Manga Get Digital Releases

Monster, Egaite Egaite Egakimakuru launch digitally in February

Naoki Urasawa introduced on Tuesday that his Asadora!, Yawara! A Trendy Judo Woman, Jigoro!, twentieth Century Boys, twenty first Century Boys, Sneeze: Naoki Urasawa Story Assortment, and Mujirushi: The Signal of Goals manga are getting digital releases. A web site opened for his digital manga, that are at present solely out there on Japanese digital bookstores.


Urasawa’s Monster manga and Egaite Egaite Egakimakuru guidebook will get digital releases on the finish of February. Extra works will grow to be out there digitally following these releases.

Urasawa has been drawing manga since 1981. Viz Media has printed Urasawa’s twentieth Century Boys, twenty first Century Boys, Monster, and Pluto manga. Monster impressed a tv anime sequence in 2004-2005, and twentieth Century Boys impressed a live-action trilogy movie adaptation in 2008-2009. Moreover, his Yawara! A Trendy Judo Woman manga impressed an anime sequence in 1989-1992, an anime movie in 1992, and an anime particular in 1996. An anime undertaking based mostly on Pluto is within the works.

Viz Media additionally printed all of Urasawa, Hokusei Katushika, and Takashi Nagasaki‘s Grasp Keaton manga. The sequence impressed a tv anime adaptation in 1998, and an authentic video anime (OVA) continuation in 2004.

Urasawa’s Mujirushi – Le signe des rêves (The Signal of Goals) manga resulted in February 2018. He launched the Asadora! manga in October 2018. Viz Media is releasing the manga in English.

Shueisha printed a brand new one-shot manga by Urasawa titled “Dr. Toguro Dokuro no Saigo” on this yr’s twenty third subject of Grand Soar on November 2.

Supply: Naoki Urasawa‘s Twitter account