Michitaka Kikuchi, best known by the pen name Kia Asamiya, a well-known Japanese manga artist who has worked on multiple genres is coming with his new manga!!
He is well known for using influences from American comics, television, and films in his work.
On 30 April 2021, Young King Hours magazine published their June issue in which details regarding the new works of Kia Asamiya were revealed.
The official Twitter account of Shonengahosha’s Young King Hours magazine revealed that Kia Asamiya is drawing a new story for its Compiler manga, and it will appear in the magazine this fall.
The announcement does not state whether the new story will be a one-shot or re-serialization.
The magazine teases the manga as the “return of the goddess of destruction”.
Asamiya drew the original manga in Kodansha’s Afternoon magazine, and Kodansha published the manga in three volumes.
The manga inspired two OVA adaptations in 1994 and 1995. ADV Films released both OVAs.
Compiler’s original comedy manga is a 90s manga which centered on Compiler and Assembler, two invading computer programs from another dimension whose electronic superpowers are foiled by water.
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With the reveal of Compiler manga, Young King Hours magazine also reveals about “spe ope” volume four is also going to get published.
In addition to Compiler, Kia Asamiya created the Silent Möbius, Steam Detectives, and Junk: Record of the Last Hero manga, among others.
There is no announcement about the number of chapters and volumes in the new Compiler manga.
If you are into strange, off-the-wall, entertaining, and bipolar comedy, then we are sure that this new launch will pique your interest.
Compiler is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kia Asamiya. It was originally serialized in Kodansha’s magazine Monthly Afternoon.
The manga was adapted into a three-part anime original video animation that was licensed in North America by ADV Films.
Compiler features two girls, Compiler and Assembler, who arrived on earth from 2-D cyberspace to play a “game” in which they will delete the real world and reform it.
However, they move in with two young men called Toshi and Nachi and lose interest in the game. After Toshi is injured and the game is canceled, two beings called Plasma and Compiler 2 are sent in to erase the girls.
Source: TwitterOriginally Written By Epic Dope