Manga Aki shimizu’s Inugami re: Aki Shimizu has launched her one of the most awaited works Inugami re manga on the line manga service.
Ali Shimizu an established manga artist in Ōmuta, Fukuoka is best known for Blood Sucker: Legend of Zipangu (2000), Graduale der Wolken (2001), and tailored a manga version of Suikoden III (2002). Now she has penned down her own story in Quan that publicized in 2002 and brought her recognition.
The manga inugami re’s first volume will ship on 20th October.
Inugami re is directly adapted from the original Inugami manga by Masaya Hokazono.
The storyline of the series is very captivating and based on a Japanese mythical dog God named Inugami. It was published in Kodansha’s Afternoon magazine from 1997 till 2002 and consists of 14 volumes.
Manga Aki shimizu’s Inugami re: Inugami can barely recall his past. The only thing he knows that his job is to spy on humans. He has a distinct “23” tattoo on his ear. Inugami is not a usual normal instead he has got some special superpower like he can develop spears on his body and he has the ability to heal from any kind of wound or damage. He can even transfer his magical abilities to anybody whosoever comes in contact with his blood.
The storyline takes a sharp turn when he meets Fumiki who is a poet and soon both develop a pure bond of friendship. Both develop a mutual affection and Inugami even learned to speak also. Inugami soon realizes that not all humans are selfish and insensitive but unfortunately, a medicine and drug manufacturing company gets to know about Inugami’s extraordinary powers and to make the humans immortal they managed to get Inugami’s genes and thus developed some terrible monsters instead of the vaccine. Inugami dies in the combat against the monsters and before it, he doubts the human who is so selfish that they ended up producing demons. In a brief moment, a new Inugami emerges who hates humans and pursuit to kill every human.
The Inugami re is a beautiful tale of friendship that also throws light on the selfishness and greedy nature of humans, who are extremely self-centered.
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