The wife’s secret one-volume manga will be published on December 5
Kodoani.com – A notable event appeared in issue 23 of Big Comic Original magazine, reported from Shogakukan on Monday, leaving the manga community on edge. Fujihiko Hosono, famous author, will bring a special “one-shot” manga, full of drama and hidden behind the attractive title “Succubus no Tsuma” (The Succubus’ Wife). The event will take place in issue 24 of the magazine, which will be released on December 5.
The story revolves around a woman, who was married chastely, but kept an inexplicable “daytime secret” from her husband and two children for the past two years. Hosono promises a unique experience, where the blend of the real world and the supernatural will highlight unexpected aspects of humanity.
Readers may remember that Hosono recently wrapped up the side story manga “Devilman Gaiden -Ningen Senki-” (Devilman Sidestory -Human Chronicles-) on June 20. This creation, based on the popular work Devilman by Go Nagai, has attracted many fans. Additionally, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Devilman series, Kodansha released a manga compilation volume on August 18, keeping Hosono’s name shining.
Not only stopping at “Succubus no Tsuma,” Hosono also demonstrated the diversity of his manga career. He introduced the autobiographical manga “1978-nen no Manga Mushi” (The Manga Insects of 1978) in Shogakukan’s Big Comic Zōkan magazine in April 2021. Not only did the manga notably end in October 2021. 2022 but has also become a classic, with Shogakukan publishing a collection of stories in April 2021 and December 2022.
With this diversity, it is not difficult to understand that Hosono is known for many manga genres, from side stories to autobiographical manga and mini-series like “Hakuboku” (in Big Comic magazine in December 2020.
At the same time, the author also achieved success with the “Buddy Dog” manga that ended in October 2020, after being introduced on Big Comic in 2017. Shogakukan published the manga’s 11th and final volume in October. December 2020.
Exploring Hosono’s creativity and diversity not only helps readers easily follow the development of manga art, but also creates unique and memorable experiences. This is further illustrated by the success of the manga “Sasuga no Sarutobi” from 1980 to 1984, published in Shogakukan’s Zōkan Shonen Sunday magazine. The series was adapted for a 69-episode television anime starting in 1982.
Hosono did not stop there but continued his creative journey with the manga “Sasuga no Sarutobi G,” which launched in Monthly Hero’s magazine in June 2017 and ended in September 2019.
With his professionalism and influence in the manga industry, Fujihiko Hosono continues to captivate readers with diverse and creative works, promising a bright future for the manga industry.