Manga maker Daisuke Higuchi reported in Shogakukan’s Ura Sunday magazine and Manga ONE application on Monday that he is putting his Whistle! manga on rest because of medical problems. He noticed that he is taking a break to recuperate and “energize.”
The manga fixates on two young men. Kōga Tenjō is honored with a rich family, a renowned previous soccer player as a dad, and a resolute soul. Takumi Kurose is a hesitant and confined kid who has suffered past hardships. When they meet, another soccer story starts.
Higuchi launched the manga in Ura Sunday and Manga ONE in September 2016. Shogakukan distributed the manga’s fourth aggregated book volume on January 18. The manga is “another story” in Higuchi’s Whistle! soccer manga arrangement.
Higuchi serialized the first Whistle! manga in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from 1998 to 2002. Shueisha discharged 24 aggregated book volumes for the arrangement. Viz Media discharged every one of the 24 volumes in English from 2004 to 2010, and discharged the manga carefully from 2013 to 2014. The manga got a 39-scene TV anime adjustment in 2002-2003, and a phase play adjustment in 2016.