In the latest issue of Shuukan Shounen Magazine magazine, it was announced that Shinobu Ohtaka’s manga series “Orient” will receive an anime adaptation.
More than a week ago we reported that Shinobu Ohtaka’s manga “Orient” will receive an anime adaptation. A teaser video has now been released for the announcement.
Details Are Still Pending
In the video below, you get a few quick glimpses of the manga. However, the first animated material and further details are still missing. It is not yet known when the series will start and where it will be created.
The original manga was written by Shinobu Ohtaka, who launched it in May 2018 in “Weekly Shounen Magazine” magazine. Kodansha has so far published eleven volumes in Japanese trade.
So far, it is only known that the anime implementation will be a TV series. Further details, such as a start date or the participants of the production team, are not yet known at this time.
Shinobu Ohtaka launched the manga in May 2018 in “Shuukan Shounen Magazine” magazine. The publishing house Kodansha has so far published eleven volumes in Japanese trade. In North America, Kodansha USA has licensed the series for English language release. It was also the site of the previous work, as well as the associated anime adaptation.
Hi no moto: The land of the rising sun. Once it was a radiant kingdom of humanity, but then came the demons. They killed the warriors, enslaved those who were left, and from then on were worshipped as gods. But the memory is not dead yet! The embers of resistance still glow undetected in the hearts of the elect. Musashi is one of them – and this is his story.