Osamu Tezuka's Black Jack Gets Live-Action Drama in China

Teaser visual revealed for upcoming production by Coloroom Pictures

A teaser image for the newly announced Chinese live-action drama based on Osamu Tezuka's Black Jack manga, featuring a stylized silhouette of the infamous unlicensed surgeon.


Some quick news for all of you Osamu Tezuka fans out there: Black Jack, Tezuka's classic manga about a mysterious mercenary doctor who solves all manner of strange medical cases if the price is right, is being adapted into a live-action drama in China. The drama is being produced by Coloroom Pictures, a subsidiary of Beijing Enlight Pictures, and a teaser image (above) for the new production has been published.


So far, no additional information about the live-action drama has been revealed. Black Jack has previously been adapted into a 12 episode anime OAV series with direction by Osamu Dezaki, two anime TV series, and a 2005 theatrical anime film with direction by Satoshi Kuwabara.


Source: Eiga.com


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