It is ALIVE… In Manga Shape.
If you are remotely into Jap horror fare, you might be almost certainly accustomed to mythical manga artist Junji Ito. Many lovers had been heartbroken to be informed after the cancellation of Hideo Kojima and Guilermo Del Toro’s Silent Hills that Ito have been concerned with the mission.
Fortunately, Ito has a variety of different paintings to gas your nightmares, and with a continuously rising western fanbase, increasingly more of Ito’s paintings is being amassed, translated, and revealed out of doors of Japan.
The most recent of those releases is Frankenstein: Junji Ito Tale Assortment, a hefty 400-pages hardcover anthology from Viz that incorporates no longer simplest Ito’s adaptation of Mary Shelley’s iconic horror story, but additionally a number of brief tales about phantasms and revolting blob folks.
The gathering additionally features a couple slightly-less-scary tales about Ito’s circle of relatives canine, Non-Non the Maltese. Prior to now, Ito has launched a manga about his cats, which is lovely.
Simply in time for Halloween, Frankenstein: Junji Ito Tale Assortment is out October 16th, with an MSRP of $22.99 for the hardcover or $15.99 for a virtual model.
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