Gag manga to premiere in October 2021, focusing on a Chinese job-hopping vampire father, and his son Taoist
Kodoani.com – This year’s fourth issue of Hakusensha’s Young Animal magazine published the final chapter of the manga. Drunk Jiangshis by Kiminori Wakasugi on Friday.
The fantasy comedy series revolves around a father who has turned into Jiangshi (Chinese dancing vampire) and his son who wants to become a Taoist.
Wakasugi launched the manga in Young Animal magazine in October 2021. Hakusensha published the manga’s second compiled book volume in October 2022.
Wakasugi launched the Ashita no Esa Kimi Dakara manga in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine in April 2018. The company published the ninth volume in November 2022, and the manga will end with the 10th volume in May.
Wakasugi launched the Rhyming Man manga in Young Animal magazine in May 2017 and ended it in December 2018.
Wakasugi ended his Detroit Metal City manga in 2010. The manga has inspired both a live-action film and an anime series.
Wakasugi releases All Esper Dayo! manga in 2009 and ended in 2015. The manga has inspired a live-action television series, a film special, a live action, and a web series.