Manga author thanks fans, "It is through your continued support and love for the 14 long years."
In addition to the manga's sequel series "Mazoku Magushi Arc" started on Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump+ app today, it is also confirmed that a first TV anime adaptation of Yoshiyuki Nishi's dark fantasy manga Muhyo to Roji no Mahouritsu Soudan Jimusho/Muhyo & Roji's Bureau of Supernatural Investigation is set to premiere on BS SKY PerfecTV! and Animax this summer. Its official website has opened with a teaser visual and a 50-second teaser trailer introducing two protagonists: Toru Muhyo and Jiro "Roji" Kusano.
Teaser visual (via: Comic Natalie)
The dark fantasy manga was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump from 2004 to 2008 and was
compiled in 18 tankobon volumes. The sequel is set after the original story ended and features the original
protagonists who have grown up a little.
41-year-old Japanese manga artist Yoshiyuki Nishi posted a message art to announce the TV anime project
on his official Twitter today. He says, "I am pleased to announce the TV anime adaptation of 'Muhyo & Roji's
Bureau of Supernatural Investigation.' It is through your continued support and love for the long 14 years.
Thank you very much. Please do look forward to it!!"
Manga tankobon 1st and 18th volume covers
(C) Yoshiyuki Nishi/Shueisha, NuhyoRoji Production Committee
(C) Yoshiyuki Nishi/Shueisha