Norma Editorial will publish Tokyo Revengers
Editorial Standard has been done with the rights of publication in Spain of the manga Tokyo Revengers. The work, written and illustrated by Ken Wakui, It was one of the most anticipated titles by fans this year and finally the adventures of the boys of Tokyo Manji will reach the Spanish market next 12th of November, with the sale of the first volume. Likewise, the publisher presents what will be the cover in spanish of this first volume.
What’s more, Editorial Standard has also advanced some details of the Spanish edition of Tokyo Revengers. This will have a double volume edition, with double dust jacket and a price of € 16.00 each volume. Another detail is that the periodicity of the series will be initially monthly.
Ken Wakui the publication of Tokyo Revengers in March 2017 in the magazine Weekly Shônen Magazine, from Kodansha and currently the work remains open although it has already entered its final arc. The series currently has a total of 23 volumes compilations for sale, the last one available since last April together with his first fanbook. Volume 24 will go on sale in Japan on September 17. The manga won the award for Best Shônen in the 44th edition of Kodansha Manga Awards 2020.
The announcement of its animated adaptation in June 2020 and its premiere in the spring 2021 anime season has skyrocketed the manga’s sales with a 670% increase. The study Liden Films is behind the animated production of Tokyo Reverngers. Koichi Hatsumi (Deadman Wonderland, Gangsta) is in charge of project management, while Yasuyuki Muto (Deadman Wonderland) is the scriptwriter, Kenichi Ohnuki (Golden Kamuy) is in charge of character design and Hiroaki Tsutsumi (Jujutsu Kaisen, Children of the Whales) of music composition. In Spain you can currently follow this first season of the anime through Crunchyroll every Saturday in original version with Spanish subtitles.
In addition, Warner Bros. Japan is behind the Film adaptation from Tokyo Revengers, that the past was released July 9th clinching number one at the Japanese box office in its opening weekend. The tape is directed by Tsutomu Hanabusa, who was already in command of the live-action of Kakegurui.
Takemichi Hanagaki has hit rock bottom in his life. One day he discovers that the only girlfriend he ever had in his life, back when he was in high school, the beautiful Hinata Tachibana, has been murdered by the Tokyo Manji gang. The day after finding out about his death, he is waiting for the train on the platform when a horde of people push him onto the tracks. He closes his eyes thinking that he is going to die, but when he opens them, without knowing how, he has gone back 12 years in time. Now that he has returned to his best moment of life, Takemichi decides to take revenge for his life by saving his girlfriend and changing that way of being hers from which he always fled.
Source: Editorial Standard