Manga went on hiatus in October due to anime being delayed to February 4
Kodoani.com – The monthly issue of Kadokawa’s Young Ace magazine revealed on Tuesday that the manga adaptation of Taro Sekiguchi’s novel is a manga adaptation of Taro Sekiguchi’s novel. Shika No Ou (The Deer King) will continue on 7.
The manga went on hiatus last October due to a delay in the novel’s anime adaptation. Theatrical anime Shika no Ou: Yuna to Yakusoku no Tabi (The Deer King: The Promised Journey With Yuna) will premiere on February 4.
Sekiguchi launched the manga on Kadokawa’s Young Ace Up website in July 2021. The manga will end with a second volume.
The novel focuses on Van, the head of a group of soldiers expected to die fighting for their land against a large empire seeking to invade. However, instead of dying, Van was enslaved and thrown into a salt mine. One night, a pack of strange dogs attacked the salt mine, and a mysterious disease broke out. While being attacked, Van Nhan had the opportunity to escape when he met a young girl. Elsewhere, rumors are circulating that only immigrants get this mysterious disease. Medical scientist Hossal risks his life in search of a cure. Doctors also studied a father and child who appeared to have survived the illness. The novel tells the interconnected stories and relationships of people who fight against a grim fate.
The novel won the Japan Bookseller Award and won the fourth “Japanese Medical Novel Award” in 2015.
The film has been delayed from September 18, 2020 due to the ongoing novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and delayed again from September 10, 2021. Anime Limited plans to release the series. movies in UK cinemas by 2021 if COVID-19 allows the situation. GKIDS will cinema with both English subtitles and English dub in North America in early 2022.
The film screened in June in competition at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival last year. The film premiered at the Fantasia International Film Festival in August and won the Bronze Audience Award there. It also screened at the Animation Is Film Festival in Los Angeles in September 2021.
Uehashi’s Moribito and The Beast Player Erin novel series have both been adapted into television anime. Moribito also inspired a live-action television series. North American publisher Scholastic published the first two volumes of Moribito in English. Uehashi won the Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2014.