Having review watching manga and that is not exclusively linked to the Japanese culture it remains clear that, for now, and that still has a lot to improve, especially for some classics. That’s why it’s time to take another look, this time by best cheers of Anime.
Kimetsu No Yaiba
Kimetsu No Yaiba instant worship series has finally found its home in our country thanks to the recent Selecta Vision license. This means that fans (not a few) will be able to stop looking for life on the Internet to follow the story while making a hole in their shelves for a definitive high-definition edition of the series.
For the clueless, let’s say Kimetsu No Yaiba has been an unprecedented (or very unprecedented) phenomenon in Japan. He tells the story of Tanjirou, a boy who lives with his mo ther and siblings and who knows closely the fatality when his entire family is murdered except for his sister, who becomes a demon. From that moment on, she will live to return her sister to her human form.
But the good news doesn’t end there today, and that is that the first movie in the series, ‘Mugen Ressha-Hen’ (something like ‘The Infinite Train’), which has very recently brought down Japan’s cinemas with stunning success, has also been licensed by Selecta Vision and intend to release it in cinemas before launching it in the domestic format in our country as well.
As you will know (and if you don’t know, we tell you), Kimetsu’s manga no Yaiba has already ended in Japan with its volume number 23. Editorial Standard is in charge of getting this series to us on paper, and it has already been for 14 volumes, under the name ‘Guardians of the Night’.
Jujutsu Kaisen With a total of 11 volumes published, there seems to be a special interest in emulating Kimetsu no Yaiba’s success story, MAPPA being the architectural study of trying to conceive a strong and attractive translation. Jujutsu Kaisen #1 is made up of a total of 192 pages in black and white and features a rustic edition with an overcoat, C6 format and a dimension of 11.5 x 17 cm.
The edition is presented following the scheme of Jigokuraku, Night Guardians, or The Promised Neverland, for example. One that respects the original at all times and also uses the Japanese cover design. On this occasion on to the cover design, add that the only aspect that changes from the original is the location of the title in the original the rest of the elements remain perfectly tuned, leaving us with a rather than attractive design featuring cold and dark tones.
Attack of titan
Attack of Titans is a manga written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama first published on 10 October 2009 in Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine of Kodansha publishing house, adapted to anime by Wit Studio (up to the third season) and by the ”MAPPA” studio in its last season.
Hajime Isayama was born in Oita on August 28, 1986 and has been named by his publisher as the best cover of Bessatsu Shonen Magazine.
Their numbers say so, as the first 8 volumes of their cousin’s oper, Attack on Titans, the manga we’re dealing with today, has sold more than 9 million copies in Japan.
Spy x Family
It was coming down after Kimetsu no Yaiba’s appearance as the best-selling title of the year unseating, of course, Eiichiro Oda and his magnum opus, One Piece.
Spy x Family has become the new phenomenon of Japanese comics on its own. A sleeve with incredible potential and a bright future ahead.
Because if you look at the purely numerical look, the series already exceeds four million copies in circulation with only four volumes published; while, on the other hand, he has won important awards like Kono Manga ga Sugoi.
2020 best manga according to male readership and 2019 best web publication TSugi and Kuru Manga Awards. Tangibles represent the fruits of quality and effort deposited in a work that has gone out of the way within the industry. So much so that the exploitation of the license in countries like the United States and Spain has been negotiated and announced almost in record time. But behind the flashes of success and media hype, what does Spy x Family hide.
Chainsaw Man’s plot is simple. Set in a world where demons are the greatest threat to humanity, history follows Denji, an orphan child who bears the heavy debt of his dead father to Jakuza.
Denji spends his time killing demons with the help of his chainsaw dog Devil and selling parts of his body to pay for Yakuza’s debt.
The joy of fans knows no limits now that the famous studio behind Jujutsu Kaisen, Yuri! On Ice and The God Of Highschool is responsible for Chainsaw Man. Almost all the animes of this studio have been a success and expectations are soaring.
Manga conveys the story of a world where humans and demons exist. These diabolical creatures come in different forms and most of them are malicious.
In this world, a foolish, clumsy teenager gets powers, making him a very dangerous fighter.
The artistic style of Fujimoto sensei is also very literal and fun. As he turns the hero into a “man of chainsaw,” he literally adds a chainsaw to Denji’s head and arms without thinking of making it look aesthetically pleasing.
However, we all love this manga because of how ‘funny’ it is and we hope the anime can maintain the state.