Death Note author (Takeshi Obata) will soon launch a new manga

Death Note author (Takeshi Obata) will soon launch a new manga

Accredited sources online report that the famous author of Death Note, precisely designer Takeshi Obata, will soon give life to a new manga in the course of its debut in October 2021 through the pages of the November issue of the monthly Jump SQ (Shueisha).

The new manga, focused on comic actors, will not be made with the historical collaborator Tsugumi Ohba, but will rely on the writing of Asakura Akinari.

At the moment this is what has emerged regarding the new manga, but as soon as we will know more we will inform you.

Takeshi Obata, together with Tsugumi Ohba, has recently concluded the serialization of Platinum End, the manga made through the pages of Jump SQ from November 2015 to January 2021. The latest volume , the 14th, was released in Japan on February 4, 2021 and is also fully available in Italy for Planet Manga.

The recently concluded series will debut on television in Japan with the animated adaptation ch and will transpose the whole narrative. The debut is set for this Fall and in Italy it will be available through Crunchyroll.

Death Note: the latest manga publications

Death Note is back, with the self-contained one-shot formula, the February 4, 2020 with a chapter written and drawn by the original authors. You can find it in English, officially and legally through MANGA Plus (Shueisha). The chapter, comprising 87 pages, was originally published on the pages of Jump SQ and was published in volume in Japan on February 4, 2021.

If you have not already done so, we invite you to buy the famous manga that gave birth to many other phenomena merged into anime series, movies, live-action and more. You can buy the first volume here or, alternatively, the entire epic in a single solution available here.

Death Note: manga and anime

Death Note was published in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from 2003 to 2006; a one shot, set three years after the end of the main story, was released in 2008 on the occasion of the launch of the live action film L change the World.

In Italy it was published entirely by Planet Manga:

Light Yagami is a brilliant and cynical 17 year old high schooler. His life bores him and the world, with his injustice, disgusts him deeply. Ryuk is a god of death, who like all his "colleagues" has led an empty and bored existence since time immemorial. In search of distractions, Ryuk decides to abandon his Notebook of Death in the world of men, apparently a simple notepad, but with tremendous power, because writing a person's name in the Notebook means decreeing their death. After having found the Notebook of Death by chance, and having understood its potential, Light decides to use it to change the world, while Ryuk observes it amused.

The manga series inspired a successful anime made by Tetsuro Araki at the Madhouse studio. It aired in Japan from 3 October 2006 to 26 June 2007 for a total of 37 episodes. In Italy, the rights were acquired by Panini Video and then broadcast via MTV from 28 October 2008 to 9 June 2009.