Yashahime becomes a manga

Yashahime becomes a manga

Rumiko Takahashi Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon's Inuyasha anime spinoff official website has announced that the anime is being transposed into a manga by Zettai Karen Children creator Takashi Shiina.

Takashi Shiina working on the Yashahime manga

To celebrate the announcement, Shiina drew the illustration below, which brings together the protagonists of Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon and Zettai Karen Children:

Shiina finished her manga Zettai Karen Children on July 14th after 16 years. The sci-fi comedy series began in Shogakukan's Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine in 2005. The manga inspired a 52-episode television anime series from 2008, as well as an original 2010 anime video adaptation. An anime spin-off focusing on the antagonist of the Kyōsuke Hyōbu series titled The Unlimited - Hyōbu Kyōsuke aired in 2013 and you can watch it in streaming on Crunchyroll at this address.

The first season of the anime Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon has been previewed in Japan in October 2020 and you can always find it on Crunchyroll, while the second season will premiere in Japan on Yomiuri TV and NTV on October 2.

Rumiko Takahashi, the author of the manga of Inuyasha, but also of other iconic works such as Lum, Maison Ikkoku (also known in Italy as Cara Dolce Kyoko) and Ranma ½, has published for the first time the original manga of Inuyasha on Weekly Shon en Sunday in 1996 and concluded it in 2008. The 167-episode anime series Inuyasha based on the manga ran from 2000 to 2004. A 26-episode sequel anime titled Inuyasha: The Final Act aired from 2009 to 2010 The series inspired four films and a 30-minute anime short film.

The Yashahime manga will be published in the November issue of Shogakukan's Shōnen Sunday S magazine, on September 25.

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