Akira Amano, the Author of the popular Action Comedy Manga Reborn! has announced that she will be releasing another manga series. After her success with both Reborn! and ēlDLIVE, both of which were adapted into Anime series, the Shōnen Jump+ website listed an upcoming manga by her. Well-versed in the comedy genre of manga, Akira Amano over the course of writing various manga has proven to be extremely good at action and battle type manga as well.
The Official Website of Shōnen Jump+ has listed a manga titled “Ron Kamonosaki’s Forbidden Deduction” by Akira Amano to debut on the 11th of October. The Manga will be revolving around a unique detective, it is claimed to be a Mystery genre Manga. A Key Visual in the form of a cover page has been released and from the looks of it, the manga seems like it would be very interesting to read.
Previous Works | Akira Amano
Famously known for writing and illustrating the hilarious yet action-filled manga series, Reborn!, which began it’s serialization back in 2004 and ran for a total of 8 years before coming to an end in 2012. The Manga was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump and has released over 400 chapters in a total of 42 volumes. This Manga Series received an Anime Adaptation in 2006 which came to an end in 2010, releasing over 200 episodes during its tenure.
Reborn! was perhaps the best work done by Akira Amano Sensei, and is a fan favorite. However, the one qualm that most fans have is that some of the best Arcs of the manga series haven’t been adapted into an Anime. Soon after success with Reborn! came to an end, she came out with another interesting manga called “ēlDLIVE” in 2013.
ēlDLIVE is a Sci-fi Action Manga Series which was released back in 2013 on the app called Jump Live (which is now called Shōnen Jump+). Despite it not being so popular, the manga ran for a pretty decent time while releasing a total of 11 volumes and even received an Anime Adaptation.
About The Author | Akira Amano
Born in the Aichi Prefecture of Japan back in 1973, Akira Amano loved doing art as a young child. She began working in the Weekly Young Magazine in 1988 and was entering various competitions with aspirations to become a big-time Mangaka. In 2004, she submitted her one-shot manga “Katekyo Hitman Reborn!” which was published in the Weekly Shōnen Jump, due to the success of the one-shot, it received a serialization. Thus began her career as a Mangaka during which she has not only made her own Manga but also was involved in the designing of characters for the anime called “Psycho-Pass”.