Mini4King, the manga by Hiroyuki Takei (Shaman King) and Yki Imada (Tengoku no Ragnarok), concluded its serialization in the December edition of Shogakukan’s Monthly Coro Coro Comics magazine on Tuesday but will resume serialization in the Weekly Corocoro Comic website beginning on December 17.
In July 2021, Monthly Coro Coro Comics debuted the comic by Takei and Imada based on kids who race Laser Micro 4WD cars, and in the same month, Tamiya released its line of mini automobiles. The first collected volume of the manga was released in Japan by Shogakukan in December 2021, and the third is scheduled for release on November 28.
Nekogahara: Stray Cat Samurai (Nekogahara) was Takei’s first manga with Kodansha, debuting in the premiere issue of Shonen Magazine Edge in September 2015; the series concluded in April 2018. The English version of the manga was published by Kodansha USA Publishing.
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Published first in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 1998, Shaman King has been a fan favorite ever since. A publication of the manga in 2009 revealed a “real conclusion,” but the show was canceled suddenly in 2004.
Before losing the license, Viz Media published 32 volumes of the original Shaman King manga between 2003 and 2011. Initially, the manga rights in Japan were owned by Shueisha. The entirety of Shaman King is being released digitally in English by Comixology Originals and Kodansha USA Publishing.
“Mini4King” manga by Yuki Imada, Hiroyuki Takei (Shaman King) will end in 3 chapters. pic.twitter.com/LCIG7A5T8E
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In 2001 and 2002, a television animation based on the main manga was broadcast. In April of 2021, a new anime debuted that was based on the manga’s newly collected 35-volume run. The anime series was made available on Netflix to be viewed around the world beginning in August of that year. There are 52 episodes in the anime.
Also available in English from Kodansha USA Publishing are the spin-off manga titles Shaman King: Zero, Shaman King Flowers, Shaman King: Red Crimson, and Shaman King: Super Star.
After wrapping up in the December issue of Shogakukan’s Monthly Coro Coro Comics magazine, the serialization of Hiroyuki Takei’s (Shaman King) and Yki Imada’s (Tengoku no Ragnarok) manga Mini4King will continue on the Weekly Corocoro Comic website on December 17.
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