Days by mangaka Yasuda Tsuyoshi is one of the most definitive sports manga ever, from its eccentric characters to exciting soccer action.
The manga has recently crossed over 10 million copies in circulation, proof that mangaka Yasuda Tsuyoshi has won both fans’ hearts and awards. Due to this, the series fans will be pretty excited over the mangaka’s next big project!
Mangaka Yasuda Tsuyoshi, known for his Days manga, recently announced his latest project, “PAUSE,” a short manga with five chapters.
The manga is set to launch on Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine’s issue 36/37. This 35/37 issue of the Weekly Shonen Magazine will be released on the 4th of August.
Although the new manga’s plot has not been announced yet, fans are expecting another sports anime. Of course, any other kind will be welcome as well.
The amazing chemistry between Jin and Tsukushi was one of the endearing factors in Days and I’d love to see more such relations in the upcoming manga.
Yasuda Tsuyoshi won the 40th Kodansha Manga Awards in 2016 for the Best Shōnen Manga through his Days manga. You can guess just how high the bets are with such a talented mangaka!
Although the mangaka or the publisher have not revealed much, the fans of Mr. Tsuyoshi’s work have pretty high expectations. He is mainly known for his sports manga like Overdrive, many of which have received anime adaptations.
If you are a fan of mangaka Tsuyoshi’s work, be sure to grab a copy of the magazine!
Days is a Japanese sports manga series written and illustrated by Tsuyoshi Yasuda. It was serialized by Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine from April 2013 to January 2021, with its chapters collected in 42 tankōbon volumes.
In 2016, the manga won the 40th Kodansha Manga Awards for the shōnen category.
The story centers on two boys who were never meant to meet: Tsukushi Tsukamoto, who has no special skills but secretly hides a passionate heart, and Jin Kazama, an isolated soccer genius.
On a stormy night, the two meet, and that meeting creates a whirlwind in the world of high school soccer.
Source: Shonen Magazine