Read Shun Matsuena's New Manga... on Train Station Walls
posted on by Eric Stimson
Shijō Saikyō no Deshi Kenichi, a martial arts manga by Shun Matsuena, came to its conclusion on February 18. Meanwhile, Matsuena's new manga has been posted, albeit in an unlikely format — on a wall at Tokyo's Kichijouji Station.
Kanata, the ninja (with his childhood friend, Meguru)
Two greatly enlarged pages of Tokiwa Kitareri!! were posted on February 16, and they have been changed daily. The layout closely emulates the layout of Weekly Shonen Sunday, the magazine the manga has been serialized in since November 2014. February 19 will be the last day these samples are on display.
Haruka, the magician's son
Tokiwa Kitareri!! ("Tokiwa Has Come!!") is a school drama about the wacky adventures of a modern-day ninja, a magician's son, a cyborg, and a writer. The first volume goes on sale on February 18. It is also available online at Shonen Sunday's website. Kichijouji Station is on the Central Line in Musashino.
Deus, the cyborg, and Tokiwa, the writer