Kazutoshi Soyama's Dangerous Jii-san Manga Returns in New Serialization
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The April issue of Shogakukan's Monthly Coro Coro Comics magazine published the start of a new serialization in Kazutoshi Soyama's Dangerous Jii-san children's gag manga series on Wednesday. The magazine noted that the manga "is back after only one month."
Soyama's "nonsense gag comedy" manga revolves around the relationship between a grandfather and his grandchild.
Soyama ended his Dangerous Jii-san Ja manga on February 15. Soyama launched the manga in 2010 as a sequel to his Zettai Zetsumei Dangerous Jii-san manga. Sho-Pro and J.C. Staff previously produced a 25-minute original video anime adaptation of the sequel manga that was bundled with a special-edition issue of Coro Coro Comics in July 2012. The sequel series also received a 10-episode television anime adaptation in October of that same year. Shogakukan published the manga's 18th volume on February 28.
The original 20-volume Zettai Zetsumei Dangerous Jii-san manga was adapted into the 51-episode Zettai Zetsumei: Denjarasu Jii-san television anime series in 2004-2005. Viz Media licensed the anime under the name Grandpa Danger in 2006 but never released it on home video.