Cool Shock B.T., one among Hirohiko Araki’s pre- Jojo’s Weird Journey works, will get a brand new one-shot manga sequel from The Promised Neverland artist Posuka Demizu and Monogatari‘s author NISIOSIN.
The brand new all-star venture was introduced on Araki’s official Twitter account. Cool Shock B.T. was initially serialized in Weekly Shonen Leap from September to November 1983 and instructed the story of a magician who solves mysteries. Cool Shock B.T. was a sequel to Mashonen B.T., which was Araki’s first serialized manga. The sequence is notably lighter in tone and options much less gore than Araki’s most well-known work, Jojo’s Weird Journey, which might start its on-going saga three years later in 1986. Demizu and NISIOSIN’s sequence will probably be set 60 years after the unique story.
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Along with the brand new Cool Shock B.T. manga, Demizu lately reunited with The Promised Neverland author Kaiu Shirai for an additional one-shot manga story, DC3. The brand new work was launched to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the debut of the duo’s authentic hit. The Promised Neverland facilities on a gaggle of young children who stay seemingly regular, pleased lives at a rural orphanage till they understand their caretakers and the world round them are usually not as benevolent and peaceable as they appear. The Promised Neverland shortly grew to become one among Weekly Shonen Leap‘s latest hits, with over 32 million copies in circulation. The sequence was tailored right into a two season anime by Marvel Egg Precedence studio Cloverworks; whereas the primary season was positively acquired, the second season was extensively panned attributable to its sudden divergence from the supply materials and rushed pacing.
Author NISIOSIN is greatest recognized for his or her work on the critically acclaimed Monogatari novel sequence, which acquired widespread important popularity of its character improvement and psychological themes. A equally praised anime adaptation started airing in 2009 and was produced by Shaft, the animation studio that was additionally behind different important darlings resembling Puni Puella Madoka Magica and March Comes In Like A Lion. The anime ran for 3 seasons and was adopted up with a trilogy of prequel films, entitled Kizumonogatari, which had been launched from 2016 – 2017.
Araki, in the meantime, is engaged on the following a part of his on-going Jojo’s Weird Journey sequence. Half 8 of the long-running epic, Jojolion, lately concluded in August, after which Araki introduced that the sequence would proceed with Half 9, following a brief a break. The Jojo’s Weird Journey anime sequence will debut its fifth season this fall, which adapts the Stone Ocean arc (Half 6) and can air new episodes on a month-to-month foundation completely on Netflix.