Tokyo Avengers manga goes on indefinite hiatus

Tokyo Revengers stops publishing its final arc due to a series of reported COVID-19 cases surrounding author Ken Wakui.

tokyo avengers It has reportedly been put on indefinite hiatus.

According to a post by Ryokutya2089, a well-known anime and manga industry leaker, which was later translated by Siliconera, the tokyo avengers The manga was forced to take a break due to several people involved with series creator Ken Wakui contracting the COVID-19 virus. While the report does not specifically state whether Wakui or any of the staff members working on the manga have contracted the virus, it does state that the infections have made it difficult for the series to continue production for the time being. A return date has not yet been announced for the manga, which is currently in the midst of publishing its final story arc.

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This is the second time that the coronavirus has affected the production of the franchise. live action tokyo avengers The film was delayed due to production issues stemming from the pandemic and subsequent shutdowns. The film was eventually released in 2021, where it became the highest-grossing live-action film released in Japan that year.

The series tells the story of Takemichi Hanagaki, an exhausted twentysomething who is devastated to discover that the only woman he ever loved, Hinata Tachibana, has been murdered by the violent Tokyo Manji gang. After being pushed in front of an oncoming train, Takemichi wakes up 12 years ago, in the body of his teenage self, with all of his memories and knowledge of the next few years intact. Determined to change the past and save Hinata, Takemichi joins the dangerous gang and tries to guide them towards a more positive future.

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tokyo avengers was created by Ken Wakui and was first published in 2017. In less than four years, the manga achieved a worldwide circulation of over 50 million copies and has become Kodansha’s biggest hit ever since. attack on titan. An anime adaptation, produced by The heroic legend of Arslan Studio Liden Films aired its first season in 2021. The anime series is planned to return with an adaptation of the Christmas Showdown arc, which has been confirmed to be in production. A return date for the anime has not been announced yet.

The manga is available digitally from Kodansha USA, and Seven Seas Entertainment will release it in print. the tokyo avengers The anime is available to stream through Crunchyroll. An international release for the live-action adaptation has not been announced at this time.

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Source: Ryokutya2089 via Siliconera

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