And Yet the Town Moves Creator Ishiguro's New Manga Detailed
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The February 2018 issue of Kodansha's Afternoon magazine revealed story details for Masakazu Ishiguro's new Tengoku Daimakyō (Heaven's Great Magical Barrier) manga on Monday. The magazine describes the story as centering on a boy named Tokio, who lives alongside other children inside a beautiful wall. One day, Tokio receives a message that says "Do you want to go outside of the outside?" In a heaven that has begun to tear itself apart, a group of boys and girls begin their adventure.
The magazine's debut will feature two chapters. An editor for Afternoon tweeted a photo of the page detailing the designs for the new manga.
The manga will launch in the magazine's March issue on January 25. The manga will feature on the issue's front cover and will have a color opening page.
The magazine previously introduced the two characters in the picture as Tokio (left) and "Maru" (right).
Ishiguro ended the 11 year serialization of his And Yet the Town Moves (Soredemo Machi wa Mawatteiru) manga in October 2016. The manga ran in Shonengahosha published the manga in 16 compiled book volumes.
JManga once carried the manga, and Crunchyroll later simultaneously published the manga digitally in English. The manga inspired a television anime that premiered in Japan in October 2010, and Sentai Filmworks released the series on home video.