(Last updated on: September 21, 2023)
Manga maestro Tadashi Agi recently took to Twitter to announce that the highly anticipated sequel to their popular manga “Drops of God” will be a condensed two-issue series. Titled “Kami no Shizuku deuxième” (Second Drop of God), this sequel takes place after the climactic showdown between Shizuku and Tomine.
Shizuku embarks on an adventure around the world, leading him to the enchanting streets of Paris, where he comes across a remarkable girl who possesses an extraordinary sense of smell.
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The dynamic duo of brothers Shin and Yuko Kibayashi, known by their pen name Tadashi Agi, originally introduced “The Drops of God” in Kodansha’s Morning magazine in 2004, captivating readers on Around the world.
The manga’s story revolves around a young man who, after the death of his famous wine critic father, makes a startling revelation: his father adopted another man and they both must engage in a fierce competition to identify 13 coveted wines in order to inherit a huge fortune in the form of a priceless wine collection.
The story continues with “God’s Drop: Mariage,” which debuted in May 2015 and concluded its captivating story in October 2020. Kodansha US Publishing has brought the appeal of “Drop God’s Kingdom: Mariage” comes digitally to English readers. Notably, this comic strip had an incredible impact on the wine industry, driving sales of featured wines throughout its publication.
In fact, it has received many prestigious awards, including recognition from French wine magazine La Revue du vin de France, which awarded it its highest award in 2010. The New York Times also honors this manga in its own way. The Dining and Wine section returns in 2008.
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Furthermore, the manga’s influence has gone beyond print, inspiring a multilingual, globally produced live-action television series that premiered on Apple TV+ on April 21. It recently became available to stream on Hulu in Japan on September 15, further cementing its enduring legacy.
Source | Tadashi Agi’s Twitter account
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Monika Chopra is a Mumbai-based anime Writer from a wealthy background. An open lesbian, she champions #LGBTQ+ rights through her globally loved stories. Her work focuses on inclusivity and the slice-of-life anime genre, finding the extraordinary in the ordinary.