The official Twitter account of Shonengahosha’s Young King Ours magazine revealed last Friday that Kia Asamiya is drawing a new story for his Compiler manga, and it will launch in the magazine in the fall. this. The announcement makes no mention of whether the new story will be a new episode or series. The magazine teased the manga as “the return of the goddess of destruction.”
Compiler’s original comic comedy series focuses on Compiler and Assembler, two infiltrated computer programs from another dimension whose electronic superpowers are dissolved by water. Instead, they decided to live with two brothers, Nachi and Toshi Igarashi.
Asamiya drew the original manga in Kodansha’s Afternoon magazine, and Kodansha published the manga in three volumes. The manga was adapted into two OVAs in 1994 and 1995. ADV Films released both OVAs.
In addition to compiling, Asamiya created the Silent Möbius, Steam Detectives, and Junk: Record of the Last Hero manga, among others. He provided character designs for the Martian Successor Nadesico anime (later adapted into the Nadesico manga), adapted Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace into a manga, and wrote and drew the Batman: The Child of comic strip Dreams . Many of his manga have been adapted into anime.
Viz Media published its Silent Möbius and Steam Detectives manga in North America, while CPM Manga published Nadesico , and DrMaster published Junk: Record of the Last Hero . Manga Planet recently licensed Silent Möbius.