Work manga popular Shaman King (Magic King) author Takei Hiroyuki has just announced that he is about to conduct a special activity to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his debut. This is good news for fans of this legendary manga, people are still speculating whether the manga may be re-released in 2018?
Currently, the Japanese publisher – Kodansha owns the Shaman King copyright in Japan, Europe and the United States. The manga was previously published by Shueisha. Shaman King first appeared to readers in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 1998. However, the series abruptly ended to the surprise of fans in 2004. Although by 2009, the manga came to an abrupt end. was supposed to officially end in the “true ending”, but readers are still not satisfied with this ending. Later, Takei Hiroyuki drew a series of short stories titled Shaman King 0 in Shueisha’s Jump X starting in November 2011 and published a sequel series titled Shaman King Flowers in the same magazine from 2012. until 2014. Hopefully, in the upcoming special celebration, the author will bring a perfect ending, pleasing to the fans.
Up to the present time, the series has undergone a long journey of 20 years with many generations of readers. The thrilling and fascinating battles of the magicians still make the readers unable to take their eyes off the pages of the story. The publisher recently revealed a URL “http://comic-sp.Kodansha.co.jp/skg20th/” on the final coloring page of the December 16th Nekogahara manga. This URL access is only redirected to the official Kodansha website. According to the announcement from the publisher Kodansha, it is not until the first day of the new year (January 1, 2018) that readers can access and view the latest information about Shaman King in this URL.
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