Live-action series adaptation of manga premieres on Sunday
The official Twitter account for the live-action television series of Hiroyuki Nishimori‘s Kyou Kara Ore Wa!! gag comedy manga revealed on Friday that Nishimori will launch a new “special edition” serialization of the manga in the Shōnen Sunday S magazine on November 24. The serialization will be the first new chapter in the manga in 20 years.
The live-action series will premiere on NTV‘s Nichiyō Drama time slot on Sunday. The new series marks the first live-action adaptation for the manga in about 21 years.
The manga’s story centers on the blond delinquent high school student Takashi Mitsuhashi. He is sly and holds “Whatever I do, I’ll win!” as his creed. He forms a duo with Shinji Itō, a fellow high school student who is serious and dutiful with a strong sense of justice.
Nishimori’s manga ran in Shogakukan‘s Zōkan Shonen Sunday and Weekly Shonen Sunday magazines from 1988 to 1997. The series’ 38 compiled book volumes have a total of more than 40 million copies in print.
The manga inspired an original video anime series in 1992, and Toei released a V-Cinema direct-to-video live-action series inspired by the manga from 1992 to 1997. The V-Cinema series’ cast and staff also reprised their roles for a live-action film adaptation that debuted in 1994.
Sources: Kyou Kara Ore Wa!! live-action series’ official Twitter account, Comic Natalie
, 2018-10-12 05:30:00
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