Manga collectors can finally look forward to adding Tokyo Revengers to their shelves, thanks to a new omnibus edition from Seven Seas Entertainment.
Ken Wakui is acclaimed Tokyo Avengers manga finally gets a physical release in English.
The popular shonen manga series about a time traveling offender was previously only available in English through a digital version from publisher Kodansha. Seven Seas Entertainment has announced that they will begin releasing print editions of Tokyo Avengers with a new omnibus that brings together the first two volumes of the series in one oversized paperback book with redone lettering. A limited edition variant of the collection will also be released exclusively in Barnes and Noble stores, which will include a cover variant and a double-sided fold-out poster. The collection will be released in the United States and Canada in May 2022 for US $ 22.99 / CAN $ 28.99.
Fans who would still prefer to follow the series digitally can do so on the digital manga platform INKR, which recently announced its partnership with Kodansha to deliver several of the publisher’s most popular titles, including Tokyo Avengers, at its service. In addition to Kodansha, INKR has partnered with a number of other comic and manga publishers around the world, including Image Comics, Kuaikan, and Tokyo Pop. INKR users can purchase a monthly subscription that gives them unlimited access to the service’s library of manga, manhwa, and other comics, or they can purchase individual chapters and issues of each series for a small fee.
Tokyo Avengers was originally released in 2017, and in just four short years it has grown into one of the best-selling manga series of the past decade, with over 40 million copies circulating worldwide. An animated adaptation of the series aired its 24-episode first season earlier this year. The animated series was produced by Liden Films, the animation studio which also produced the animated adaptation of The Heroic Legend of Arslan and Cells at work! Code Black. The anime can be streamed from Crunchyroll.
The series was also adapted into a Japanese live-action film, which also released in 2021 and became the highest-grossing live-action film in Japan for the year. The film outperformed bigger budget American blockbusters such as Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings and Fast 9: The Fast Saga in its region of origin. The film stars actor Takumi Kitamura as the central protagonist, Takemichi moved in time. Kitamura will also play another famous animated delinquent in upcoming Netflix live-action adaptation of the classic shonen manga. Yu Yu Hakusho, the premiere of which is currently scheduled for December 2023.
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Source: Seven Seas Entertainment
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