Sui Ishida (Tokyo Ghoul) draws the Moon Knight

Sui Ishida (Tokyo Ghoul) draws the Moon Knight

The Moon Knight miniseries premiered on Disney + on March 30, and the episodes will air until May 4. It seems that the anti-hero has attracted the attention of Sui Ishida, the creator of the Tokyo Ghoul manga, published in our country by the J-POP publishing house (get it on Amazon!). The author has in fact drawn Marvel's Moon Knight in a wonderful crossover image between the protagonist of his manga Tokyo Ghoul Ken Kaneki and the live-action series!

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The crossover image between the manga Tokyo Ghoul and the Moon Knight from Marvel

Tokyo Ghoul and Moon Knight are two successful series and have many elements in common, so much so that, to underline this, Sui Ishida wanted to insert a slogan in the crossover image that can be translated into “White dress of madness”. Moon Knight's Steven and Tokyo Ghoul's Ken Kaneki, according to the author, both have a lot of knowledge of what they are interested in and have their own dreams, but they feel hopeless and both suffer from dissociative identity disorder. | : th_culturapop_d_mh2 "); }

About Moon Knight

Moon Knight is an action and adventure series from Marvel Studios and directed by executive producer Mohamed Diab while Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead directed respectively the second and fourth episode. Read also our article to know more about the character.

In the cast we have the Oscar actors Isaac, Ethan Hawke and May Calamawy and Antonia Salib, Ann Akinjirin, David Ganly, Sofia Danu, Karim El Hakim, Fernanda Andrade , Shaun Scott, Rey Lucas and Díana Bermudez.

The series follows Steven Grant, a quiet employee of a gift shop, who is struck by memory lapses and memories from another life. Steven discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares his body with mercenary Marc Spector. As Steven / Marc's enemies approach, the two must investigate their complex identities as they delve into a deadly mystery among Egypt's mighty gods.

About Tokyo Ghoul

In Italy the Tokyo Ghoul saga, spin-offs, novels and artbooks included, are published by J-POP which describes the plot as follows:

The ghoul is a character of the fantastic tradition. He is found in "The Thousand and One Nights" and in other myths of Western folklore. He is a monster who feeds on corpses hunted in cemeteries and who, using black magic, absorbs the forces of his victims. Now these monsters are snaking through the streets of Tokyo. And a troubled teenager will meet them, not knowing that in this way he will definitively compromise his own destiny. Top manga of Young Jump, the coolest Shueisha magazine of the moment, this new title will leave you with bated breath… If you loved manga like JUDGE or DOUBT, you certainly can't miss it!

We remind you that Sui Ishida is officially working on a new project entitled Choujin X.

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