Through your Official Twitter account, the author Sui Ishida (author of Tokyo Ghoul) shared a new visual for her next manga, which will be titled Choujin X (Superhuman X). It should be noted that although a debut date of this serialization has not been revealed, Ishida pointed out in November 2020 that he had already completed the drafts.
For its part, Ishida began the publication of the Manga Tokyo Ghoul in Weekly Young Jump magazine of the Shueisha publisher in September 2011 and ended it in September 2014, with a total of 14 volumes. Subsequently, he published a direct sequel entitled Tokyo Ghoul: re in the same magazine between October 2014 and July 2018, with 16 volumes.
The franchise in general inspired an adaptation to the twelve episode anime produced by the Pierrot studios, under the direction of Shuhei Morita and scripts written by Chuji Mikasano, premiered in July 2014. A second season of twelve episodes entitled Tokyo Ghoul √a premiered In January 2015. Finally, Tokyo Ghoul: re was completely compiled in a series of 24 episodes (issued in two separate halves) premiered in April 2018.
Synopsis of Tokyo Ghoul
Tokyo has become a cruel and ruthless city, a place where ferocious creatures coexist known as "Ghouls" with humans. The citizens of this once large metropolis live with the constant fear of these wild blood thirsty and hungry of human flesh. However, the greatest threat posed by these ghouls is its dangerous ability to pass by human and mix with society. The story then follows Ken Kaneki, a timid college student who feels instantly attracted by Rize Kamishiro, an avid reader as he. However, Rize is not exactly what she seems, and this unfortunate meeting pushes Kaneki to the dark depths of the inhuman world of Ghouls. In a twist of destiny, Kaneki is saved by the enigmatic waitress Touka Kirishima, and so he begins the new secret life of him as half Ghoul / Half, having to join both societies.
Source: Official Twitter Account
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