Cells at Work! is a unique manga series that personifies human cells. The author, Akane Shimizu, has created a fascinating world where the two main characters are a red blood cell and a white blood cell. The manga offers an exciting and educational perspective on the human body.
Due to its unique concept, Cells at Work! has gained a lot of popularity among manga readers. The series has also garnered a dedicated fanbase that appreciates the author’s creative approach to storytelling. The educational aspect of the manga has further contributed to its success, making it a hit among readers interested in science and biology.
Well, you people are some of the luckiest ones as the June issue of Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen Sirius magazine announced on Wednesday two new spinoff manga of Akane Shimizu’s Cells at Work! manga, which will start serialization in the magazine’s July issue on May 25.
Choco Aozora is writing the original story, and Meku Kaire is drawing the Cells at Work! Cat manga, while Koma Warita is writing the original story, and Ry Kuji is drawing the Cells at Work! Medicine manga. Shimizu Production is working in cooperation on both spinoff manga, which are sure to excite fans of the original series.
Fans of the popular manga series Cells at Work! I have something to look forward to with the announcement of two new spinoff manga, and I may give them a read too.
About Cells at Work!
The Cells at Work! (Hataraku Saibo) manga by Akane Shimizu was published in the Monthly Shonen Sirius magazine from January 2015 to January 2021. It was adapted into an anime series in 2018. Several spinoffs have also been launched by other artists, with one getting adapted into an anime series.
It shows the processes inside the human body from the perspective of cells. The main protagonists are a red blood cell and a white blood cell as they work every day to keep the body in working condition.
Many other cells and their daily jobs are also introduced and the threats to the body like viruses are portrayed as villains.
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