It is announced on the July 2015 issue of Monthly Comic Zenon, officially published today in Japan, that a new anime based on Tsukasa Hojo's City Hunter manga series is in the works. It will be released as a bonus OAD for the purchasers of all 12 volumes of the manga's upcoming new editions. Hit the jump for more details.
The newly released July issue of Monthly Comic Zenon has revealed manga artist Tsukasa Hojo's designs for a new virtual singer named Mana. She appears in a music video singing the City Hunter anime theme "Get Wild." Get a look at her after the jump!
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Manga anthology Comic Zenon has celebrated its one year anniversary by offering readers men's underwear in the pink motif of City Hunter spin-off Angel Heart. The magazine also features a photo shoot of gravure idol Angelica Michibata modeling the undies. Check them out after the jump.
Its connection to Tsukasa Hojo's Shonen Jump urban action manga that its ostensibly based on is really rather tenuous, but the Korean live action City Hunter is still supposed to have merit in its own right. Korean drama followers and curious fans of the original series have been able to catch City Hunter streaming on Netflix, and now there's good news for those hoping to score a hard copy. Details after the jump.
The Korean live action drama adaptation of Tsukasa Hojo's Shonen Jump urban action manga City Hunter is now featured on Netflix streaming service. More after the jump.