Artist Kazuhiro Fujita (Ushio and Tora) signs a new manga after 7 years

Artist Kazuhiro Fujita (Ushio and Tora) signs a new manga after 7 years

The artist Kazuhiro Fujita, one of the most famous mangaka of all time, famous in our country thanks to Ushio and Tora, is working on a new manga series. This year's 15th issue of Kodansha's Morning magazine broke the news, which published the first chapter of the new story last Thursday.

The new manga by artist Kazuhiro Fujita

Kazuhiro Fujita's new manga is titled Kuro Hakubutsukan: Mikazuki yo, Kaibutsu to Odore (The Black Museum: Dance With Beasts, O Crescent Moon).

What is it about? The story centers on writer Mary Shelley as she searches for a red shoe left behind at a masquerade ball hosted by Queen Victoria. Professional dancer TAKAHIRO is credited with assisting in the choreography of the dances featured in the manga.

Ushio Aotsuki lives with his father in a small Buddhist temple. One day, putting the temple warehouse in order, he stumbles upon a hatch never seen before, opens it and ... runs into the one who will completely upset his life: a tiger-like demon imprisoned in the basement for five hundred years! Cornered by the situation, the boy takes the risk of freeing him ... Will he be able to stand up to him? After freeing Tora, Ushio has taken possession of the Spear of the Beast, a powerful magical weapon in hand which the boy transforms into a warrior with superhuman strength, capable of killing even the most ferocious demons, as well as keeping Tora himself at bay. Now he will have to convince his father and his superiors that he is worthy of wielding it, since the Spear is the only weapon capable of annihilating the most fearsome of enemies: the White Mask. The first step is to start looking for a very important person…

The manga has received several television transpositions and original anime videos. A 10-episode OAV series, produced by Toho and animated at the Pastel studio, was produced between 1992 and 1993 and a super-deformed style OAV single was produced in 1993. Between July 2015 and June 2016 it aired. a television series of 39 episodes, divided into three seasons.

In our country the OAV series was broadcast on 7 Gold and subsequently published for the home video market by Yamato Video, which also broadcast the anime television series of 2015 on his YouTube channel in simulcast. The series was also broadcast on the Man-ga satellite channel in Japanese with Italian subtitles.

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