Our dedicated group of manga enthusiasts works tirelessly to deliver the latest news and updates every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Whether you’re a long-time fan or just starting to explore this engaging genre, we’ve got you covered. In today’s news, we’re thrilled to announce two thrilling additions to the beloved manga series and a new print release of a popular Mangamo manga by Penguin Random House.
My Love Story With Yamada-kun at Lv999 Gets Print Release
Mangamo announced the upcoming release of Mashiro’s My Love Story With Yamada-kun at Lv999! (Yamada-kun to Lv999 no Koi wo Suru) manga in print will be published under Penguin Random House’s INKLORE colophon. The first volume is expected to hit the shelves in early 2024. For further insights, Mangamo will share more details during its Anime Expo panel on July 3 at 6:30 p.m. PDT in Room 404 AB.
1-Shot Manga About Naruto’s Father Will Be Released on July 18
The upcoming 33rd issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine on July 18 will feature a new one-shot manga by Masashi Kishimoto, showcasing Naruto Uzumaki’s father, Minato Namikaze. This marks Kishimoto’s return to drawing one-shots for the magazine after seven years. This year’s 33rd issue is unique as it commemorates Weekly Shonen Jump’s 55th anniversary. Kishimoto’s last one-shot for the magazine was Naruto Gaiden ~Michita Tsuki ga Terasu Michi~ (Naruto Side Story ~The Path That the Waxing Moon Illuminates~), published in April 2016.
New Manga From Creator of Chainsaw Man
From the mad genius behind Chainsaw Man and Look Back, Tatsuki Fujimoto comes a new story about coping with loss and the blur between fact and fiction called Goodbye, Eri, released on June 27, 2023.
Here is the official Manga trailer for Goodbye, Eri:
Yuta’s moviemaking career started with a request from his mother to record her final moments. After her death, Yuta meets a mysterious girl named Eri, who takes his life in new directions. The two begin creating a movie together, but Eri harbors an explosive secret.
The manga community highly regards Fujimoto’s exceptional ability to blend reality with fiction. Without spoiling the plot beyond its initial description, Goodbye, Eri’s unique storyline and open-to-interpretation conclusion make it a true masterpiece. This manga is a must-read for enthusiasts of the genre.
- This article was updated on September 7th, 2023