Demon Slayer: Yusuke Murata (One-Punch Man) speaks of his success


Published on May 11, 2020


Through his official profile Twitter, the artist and illustrator behind the graphic art of One-Punch Man (and even before Eyeshield 21) – Yusuke Murata – he spoke of success exploded suddenly Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, the manga written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotouge on Weekly Shonen Jump.

The work, which among other things is going to end even more suddenly in the midst of his successful editorial and commercial, may 18, 2020 with chapter 205, has not reached the hearts of all from the time that, as always, detractors have simply credited her fame to the successful animated series which aired in 2019 with the production of ufotable.

Murata-sensei, however, is a great admirer of the manga series, Gotouge and has appreciated the rise in terms of the market, and it has had even for those who have tried to besmirch the work of the moment to Jump.

Context: Rails is doubling down on his support for the Kimetsu the manga, after receiving backlash for (rightfully) stating that it has made "immeasurable contributions to the industry as a whole" by drawing in tons of new readers.

— Edo (@edomonogatari) May 8, 2020

According to Murata, after a careful translation of the Twitter user @edomonogatari, the manga Demon Slayer has contributed immensely to the arts industry, attracting tons of new players.

The author declares that the manga is as well made as the anime since the adaptation would not have been a success if the main source was not at the height.

Yusuke Murata wants everyone to know he thinks the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga is just as good as the anime. "The anime adaptation wouldn't have been such a hit if the source material couldn't already hold its own."

— Edo (@edomonogatari) May 8, 2020

Still, Murata asks the fans of the anime series of Kimetsu no Yaiba to stop criticizing the manga and keep negative opinions to themselves.

"You're free to call whatever manga you want 'boring,' but do it in a separate tweet, not in my replies."

— Edo (@edomonogatari) May 8, 2020

The rift valley is still huge, however there is no doubt that the rise of the Demon Slayer is also due to the domino effect of the crystal anime series that has reached every corner of the world to stimulate the curiosity of the readers in the course of the story.

On the other hand, the anime is only a natural catalyst of all the manga series that have a good following in the commercial and, in addition, it is the adaptation of the manga, therefore it is not fair to make differences, from the point of view of content, between the two medium, since it is the same narrative.

The manga is still recognized at the international level, and it must be appreciated the work of the author who is now, probably reluctantly, among other things, it is the conclusion of the may 18, 2020.

One-Punch Man is published in Italy by Planet Manga, while Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is licensed by Star Comics.

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