The June issue of Kodansha’s Monthly Afternoon magazine uncovered on Thursday that Hiroaki Samura‘s Blade of the Immortal manga is accepting an official continuation manga titled Mugen no Jūnin – Bakumatsu no Shō (Blade of the Immortal – Bakumatsu Arc). Kenji Takigawa is composing the story, and Ryū Suenobu is drawing the workmanship, with Samura credited for a joint effort. The present issue additionally demonstrates a review of the manga. It will dispatch in the magazine’s next issue on May 25.
Samura launched the Blade of the Immortal manga in Kodansha’s Monthly Afternoon magazine in December of 1993, and he finished the arrangement in 2012. The manga’s 30 volumes have in excess of 5 million duplicates in print, and the arrangement has been distributed in 22 nations and regions. The manga earned an Excellence Prize in the manga class of the first Japan Media Arts Festival Awards in 1997, and it won the Eisner Award for Best U.S. Release of Foreign Material in 2000.
Dark Horse Comics distributed the Blade of the Immortal manga in North America and is re-releasing it in omnibus structure. The manga officially roused a TV anime in 2008, and Media Blasters discharged it in English.