The World of Shonen is full of examples of popular anime franchises that have introduced us to colorful characters who will normally deal with their issues with their fists and/or outlandish abilities, and it looks like three of the biggest mangaka will be working on a new book. with each other for later this year. Eiichiro Oda, Tite Kubo and Kohei Horikoshi are responsible for One Piece, Bleach and My Hero Academiawith every Shonen series set to have big events in the near future when it comes to the mediums of anime and manga respectively.
Currently, both My Hero Academia and One Piece has some anime series running, with the latter continuing to release new episodes regularly while the former is set to release its sixth season from Studio Bones later this fall. Bleach on the other hand, has been on hiatus for quite some time, with the original anime series being put to bed when the manga ended under Tite Kubo’s pen. Later that year, however, Bleach is finally making a big return to the small screen as Studio Pierrot returns to the series to adapt the highly anticipated Thousand-Year Blood War Arc, the final chapter in the original manga series.
Viz Media has revealed the upcoming collaboration, The Shonen Jump Guide to Making Manga, which is slated to arrive in the fall of this year and will allow the three main Shonen mangaka to share tips, tricks, and tricks they have learned over the over the years of their illustrious careers as part of the Weekly Shonen Jump roster:
Announcement: The creators and editors of the world’s most popular manga share their tips, advice, and secrets in Shonen Jump’s guide to creating manga, with commentary from Eiichiro Oda, Tite Kubo, Kohei Horikoshi, and more. Fall 2022 releases. pic.twitter.com/KLME78pzri
— VIZ (@VIZMedia) February 14, 2022
Hilariously enough, Eiichiro Oda and Tite Kubo had a long-running friendly feud, in which the creator of A play recently shared his thoughts on the prolific mangaka responsible for the world of Ichigo Kurosaki and Soul Society:
“Years ago, Kubo publicly announced on the radio, ‘I hate Oda. “Do you want to know if I’m mad at Kubo? Yeah
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