The Deer King Manga Ends With 2nd Quantity
The primary quantity of Taro Sekiguchi‘s manga adaptation of Nahoko Uehashi‘s Shika no Ō (The Deer King) medical fantasy novel collection revealed on September 10 that the manga will finish with its second quantity.
Sekiguchi launched the manga on Kadokawa‘s Younger Ace Up web site on July 26.
The novels middle on Van, the pinnacle of a gaggle of troopers who anticipated to die combating for his or her lands in opposition to a big empire trying to incorporate their residence into its kingdom. As an alternative of dying, nonetheless, Van is taken as a slave and thrown right into a salt mine. One night time, a pack of unusual canines assaults the salt mine, and a mysterious sickness breaks out. In the course of the assault, Van takes the chance to flee, and he meets a younger lady. Elsewhere, rumor is spreading that solely immigrants are coming down with this mysterious sickness. The medical scientist Hossal dangers his life to seek for a remedy. Medical doctors additionally research a father and youngster who appear to have survived the sickness. The novels inform the interconnecting tales and bonds of those that struggle in opposition to a merciless destiny.
The novels are inspiring the anime movie Shika no Ō: Yuna to Yakusoku no Tabi (The Deer King: The Promised Journey With Yuna). The movie was beforehand slated to open on September 10, but it surely was delayed indefinitely to the continuing new coronavirus illness (COVID-19) pandemic.
The movie screened in competitors at this yr’s Annecy Worldwide Animation Movie Competition in July. The movie additionally screened on the Fantasia Worldwide Movie Competition in August, the place it received the Bronze Viewers Award for Greatest Animated Movie.
Uehashi’s Moribito and The Beast Participant Erin novel collection each obtained tv anime diversifications. Moribito additionally impressed a live-action tv collection adaptation. The North American writer Scholastic revealed the primary two volumes of Moribito in English. Uehashi received the Hans Christian Andersen Creator Award in 2014.
Supply: The Deer King manga quantity 1