The January 2022 challenge of Shogakukan‘s Monthly Flowers journal revealed on Saturday that the Fushigi Yûgi manga will get a brand new one-shot by unique creator Yuu Watase within the journal’s November 2022 challenge, which is scheduled to ship round September 28, 2022.
Watase most not too long ago launched the Fushigi Yūgi: Byakko Senki manga in Month-to-month Flowers in August 2017. The manga went on hiatus in August 2018 resulting from Watase’s poor bodily situation, and it has remained on hiatus. Shogakukan revealed the manga’s first quantity in April 2018. Viz Media licensed the sequence.
The manga would be the final story within the Fushigi Yūgi’s “4 Gods” storyline. Watase beforehand defined that she was watching her well being and stamina, and added that she would work exhausting to complete the story.
She beforehand published a 51-page one-shot manga titled Fushigi Yūgi: Byakko Ibun (Fushigi Yugi: Curious Tales of the Byakko) in Month-to-month Flowers in February 2015.
Watase serialized the unique Fushigi Yûgi manga in Shogakukan‘s Shōjo Comic (Sho-Comi) journal from 1992 to 1996, and Shogakukan revealed 18 compiled e-book volumes. She then drew Fushigi Yûgi: Genbu Kaiden from 2003 to 2013. Viz Media published each of those earlier manga and different works by Watase in North America.
The unique manga impressed a 52-episode tv anime sequence in 1995-1996. The manga additionally impressed three unique video anime sequence. Geneon Entertainment first launched the tv sequence and three OVAs in North America. Media Blasters later re-released the tv sequence on DVD in 2012-2013, and once more in 2015. Media Blasters additionally launched the three OVA sequence on DVD in 2013. Crunchyroll started streaming the tv sequence and three OVAs in February 2016.
Fushigi Yûgi has additionally impressed three stage play productions, in addition to stage musicals.
Watase debuted the Arata: The Legend (Arata Kangatari) manga in Weekly Shōnen Magazine in 2008. The manga had been on hiatus for 5 years, earlier than returning with republished chapters on Might 19 and new chapters on July 7. Watase beforehand resumed the manga in July 2015 (after an earlier 17-month hiatus), solely to place the manga again on hiatus a month later.
The manga obtained a 12-episode anime adaptation in 2013, and Crunchyroll streamed the sequence because it aired. Viz Media revealed the manga’s twenty fourth quantity in English in August 2016.
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