(Last updated on: September 2, 2023)
In the latest issue of Shonengahosha’s Young King Ours magazine, it was revealed that Hiroki Ugawa’s “Post Kids” manga is reaching its climax. The manga, which debuted on Young King Ours in October 2021, has been gaining momentum since its launch.
The first compiled book volume of the series was published by Shonengahosha in May 2022, followed by the second volume released on January 30.
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“Post Kids” opens in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by disease and divided by city-states at war. In this grim setting, so-called “zombie” individuals stand out for their unique natural immunity to deadly diseases ravaging society and are easily recognizable by their skin. his special green.
Interestingly, most of these ‘zombies’ found jobs at the World Postal Institute, an important organization responsible for handling deliveries both within and outside the city limits. It is in this fascinating setting that a rookie courier named Fumito gets entangled with a confusing delivery request, setting the stage for the manga’s gripping story.
Prior to “Post Kids,” Hiroki Ugawa left his mark with “Nekogoze,” a manga that ended in February 2017. “Nekogoze” originally appeared on manga publishing sites in July 2014 Following this success, Ugawa embarked on a joint venture with author Sora Ikui, which resulted in the creation of “Kuro no Sōzō Shokanshi: Tenseisha no Hangyaku.” This manga is a three-volume series that ended in June 2020 and left a lasting impression on readers.
It is worth noting that Hiroki Ugawa has a long history in the world of manga and anime. His 2001 work, “Asagiri no Miko” (also known as “Priestesses of the Morning Mist” or “Shrine of the Morning Mist”), was adapted into a 12-episode television anime in 2002, with starring Rie Kanda, Sayaka. Ohara, Mayumi Asano and Megumi Hayashibara.
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Tokyopop once brought the manga to North American audiences, and Media Blasters acquired the anime rights for home video distribution in North America, eventually releasing it on Blu-ray Disc in January 2021.
Source | Young King Ours October issue
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