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An acting-age artist breaks silence in new manga, Blue Night With You

The Act-Age manga series by Shonen Jump was terminated when news broke that creator Tatsuya Matsuki had been arrested for inappropriate actions with a minor. With this series’ artist, Shiro Usazaki, trying to put the series in the past, they have worked on one-shot specials for Shone Jump since its cancellation. Now, in the next issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, Usazaki will release an interactive mystery story special and share some words when it comes to a special title.Blue night with you. “

In discussing the incident witnessed by the Creator age law Manga of Shonen Jump Arrested by the Japanese Police Shiro has nothing but sympathy for the victims, “First of all, I would like to express my sincere sympathy to the victim and her family. It is a truly brave act that she spoke of with great shock and fear and never let go of anger at the wound of her dignity.” .

An interactive murder mystery manga

Artist Shiro Osazaki shared his thoughts on the upcoming interactive manga show via his official Twitter account, saying, “I am responsible for drawing the introductory manga for a mystery game called Murder Mystery, which will be published in Weekly Shonen Jump next week! You can play with four players, so please invite your friends.” And play! We’ll be back to you next week! Look forward to it.”

The one-shot special will revolve around the mystery of the disappearance of a high school girl, three weeks after the accident. When it comes to the interactive element of this manga, readers will have the ability to use their smartphones, and the Shonen Jump website, to take on the part of one of four students trying to solve this mystery. Scheduled to run around fifteen pages, it will be interesting to see the reaction of the readers when it comes to introducing interactive elements into the manga’s story.

Not only is Shiro Osazaki the lead in the upcoming one-shot, however, as the story was developed by Saori Kida, a writer with real-life experience creating “escape games.” He also joined forces with writer, artist, and inventor Kizuki Shinoda who was responsible for a mysterious murder. Kill time killers, who lends a hand in shaping this unique project. While anime franchises have developed escape rooms in Japan, this interactive one-shot has the chance to turn a new leaf for manga.

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