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Tetsuo Hara, Seibō Kitahara's Ikusa no Ko Manga Heads to Climax

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Manga about Oda Nobunaga debuted in 2010

The official Twitter account for Tokuma Shoten's Monthly Comic Zenon magazine announced on Wednesday that Tetsuo Hara and Seibō Kitahara's Ikusa no Ko -Legend of Oda Nobunaga manga is heading to its climax.

Japanese publisher Coamix and The Silent Manga Audition Committee offer chapters from the manga online in English.

The Silent Manga Audition Committee describes the story:

The most feared / respected legendary warlord Oda Nobunaga, who disappeared from history just as he was about to unify Japan. He was born in war, raised for war, and grew into war. Nobunaga was a true "Child of War"! Tetsuo Hara draws the child character Kipposhi (Nobunaga's childhood name) who is destined to become the fearsome figure that dominates the Sengoku Period. The only manga that tells the story of Nobunaga's childhood days, this is a must-read for anyone interested in Japan and Samurai!

Hara and Kitahara launched Ikusa no Ko in the inaugural issue of the magazine in 2010. The manga's 17th compiled book volume shipped in Japan on Wednesday.

Source: Monthly Comic Zenon's Twitter account


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