With the May 20th release of volume 8 of Yū-Go Ōkuma and Yoshiaki Tabata's Young Black Jack manga, TBS has launched a site and Twitter for the fall 2015 TV anime, set to be broadcast on the network and BS-TBS. Get a look at the visual after the jump.
Young Champion is set to announce plans for a TV anime adaptation of Yoshiaki Tabata and Yuugo Okuma's Young Black Jack manga. The 2011 eight-volume ongoing offers a prequel to Osamu Tezuka's classic medical adventure manga with the titular mercenary surgeon still in medical school. More after the jump.
For a limited time beginning in May of 2015, a specialty store in Shinjuku will be selling goods related to the Black Jack and Young Black Jack manga. Hit the jump to learn more.
Kyoto International Manga Museum has announced the details of the upcoming special exhibition featuring "God of Manga" Osamu Tezuka's medical mange series Black Jack, titled "Black Jack Stories; Doctors' Choice," which is scheduled to be held from February 28 to May 10. Check the details after the jump.
ACCS reported today that Okinawa Prefectural Police arrested a 48-year-old male contracted worker on suspicion of posting the 2013 film Crayon Shin-chan: Very Tasty! B-class Gourmet Survival!! and 2011 OVA Black Jack Final Karte 11 onto video-sharing website FC2. Hit the jump for more details.
Deadline Hollywood has learned that Entertainment One, the indie studio that produces ABC’s Rookie Blue and distributes AMC’s The Walking Dead, is developing a live-action TV adaptation of Osamu Tezuka's medical adventure, Black Jack. More after the jump.
Following director Osamu Dezaki's death, an 11th episode of his 1993-2000 OVA series was completed in his honor. Now, Black Jack FINAL has been scheduled for a December 16th DVD release in Japan. Take a look after the jump.
Osamu Tezuka's maverick surgeon classic Black Jack is returning to Shonen Champion curtsey of Parasyte author Hitoshi Iwaaki's Black Jack - Aoki Mirai. More after the jump.
A Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan notice for a luncheon with Tezuka Productions' Takayuki Matsutani, f SOBA Project's Kazushi Inui and translator Frederik L. Schodt note plans to bring Osamu Tezuka's manga such as Astro Boy and Black Jack to English reading iPad users this July. More after the jump.