The December issue of Miracle Jump, out in Japan on November 17th is introducing a slate of projects inspired by Hiroya Oku's Gantz. The issue launches Blue Gralia author Keita Iizuka's spin-off, now titled Gantz: G, which follows a group of high school students transported from a school bus trip into a death match. Along with this is news of a new 3D, CG movie, scheduled for 2016.
The November issue of manga magazine Miracle Jump, out in Japan October 20th, announces that Blue Gralia author Keita Iizuka will be returning to the periodical for a spin-off to Gantz, launching in the December issue on November 17th. The relationship between the provisionally titled G-Gantz's story and Hiroya Oku's 2000-2013 series has not been revealeed.
Dark Horse Comics officially has the conclusion of one of the North America's longest-running manga series solicited with Blade of the Immortal Volume 31: Final Curtain officially planned for April 14. Beyond that, Amazon has the penultimate, 36th volume of Gantz listed for August, and the end of Oh My Goddess! coming with volume 48 in October. More after the jump.
A first volume of Hiroya Oku's latest manga, Inu Yashiki, is set to be collected in Japan on May 23rd. Like the author's hyper-violent alien hunt Gantz, this new 2014 ongoing is about another second chance at life of sorts. More after the jump.
Looks like that anonymous video that looked a lot like Gantz author Hiroya Oku really was Hiroya Oku. After the video racked up over 100,000 views, the follow-up is an announcement that Oku will be teaming up with Ichi the Killer creator Hideo Yamamoto on Yume Onna (Dream Woman), running in Morning's January 2014 issue (on sale December 5th). More after the jump.