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Pompo: The Cinéphile Manga Gets Sequel Volume in September

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Manga also gets spinoff about aspiring actress

Manga creator Shogo Sugitani announced on Friday that his Pompo: The Cinéphile (Eiga Daisuki Pompo-san) manga will get a sequel volume titled Eiga Daisuki Pompo-san 2 that will ship on September 27. Kadokawa will publish the volume, and the entire book will be new chapters. Sugitani drew a preview for the manga below that shows the main character Pompo announcing the volume's release date.

Additionally, Sugitani launched the spinoff manga Fran: The Cinéphile (Eiga Daisuki Fran-chan NYALLYWOOD STUDIOS SERIES) on the pixiv Comic website on July 27. The new manga centers on an aspiring actress named Francesca, who waits tables at the diner Eggnog to make ends meet. Francesca meets Pompo at the beginning of the story.

Pompo: The Cinéphile depicts the craft of movie-making and revolves around Joelle Davidovich "Pompo" Pomponette, a talented movie producer who looks like a girl.

Operating out of the movie capital "Nyallywood," Pompo has been shooting one B-grade entertainment flick after another that anyone would enjoy. One day, Pompo's "movie buff" assistant Gene spots a new script written by Pompo and is moved by its exquisite story. In a fit of passion, he proclaims, "I want to see this as a finished work in theaters as soon as possible!"

However, Pompo tells him, "So you shoot this film." Thus, Gene takes on his first directing gig. Meanwhile, Natalie, an ordinary girl who just arrived in town with movie actress dreams, has been discovered by Pompo …

Sugitani, who also goes by the pen name Ningen Plamo ("Human Plastic Model"), began posting the manga on the pixiv website in April 2017. Positive word-of-mouth on social networking sites and elsewhere has since led to over 500,000 views of the manga. Kadokawa published a compiled book volume in August 2017. The manga was nominated for the 11th Manga Taisho awards earlier this year.

The original manga also has an anime adaptation in the works.

Source: Comic Natalie


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