Rumiko Takahashi & Mitsuru Adachi's Joint Manga Posted Online
posted on by Egan Loo
Shogakukan has posted "My Sweet Sunday," the one-shot manga short story that acclaimed creators Rumiko Takahashi and Mitsuru Adachi created this month to celebrate Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine's 50th anniversary, on its Club Sunday website. (In the linked page, select the yellow button labeled "読む" on the lefthand side.) The story will be remain free for reading in Japanese from March 25 to May 24.
Shonen Sunday had confirmed earlier this month that Takahashi will launch her newest series — which is a separate project from "My Sweet Sunday" — in the magazine on April 22. Viz Media already announced that it will publish this manga in North America this year. Takahashi's earlier works include Inuyasha, Urusei Yatsura, Maison Ikkoku, Ranma 1/2, One-Pound Gospel, and Rumic Theater. Viz Media has been releasing most of Takahashi's manga in North America, and it has also released many of their anime adaptations.
Adachi, a creator best known for his baseball titles Touch, H2, and Cross Game, will start a new manga series in the Monthly Shonen Sunday spinoff magazine's inaugural issue on May 12. Cross Game is being adapted into a television anime this spring.
Source: Rumic World
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