Samurai 8: concludes the manga of Masashi Kishimoto
Through the advances in the number 17 of Weekly Shonen Jump, which is available in Japan for purchase from Monday 23 march 2020, we learn that the Samurai 8: The Legend of Hachimaru (Hachimaruden) – the manga is written by Masashi Kishimoto (Naruto) and drawn by Akira Okubo (assistant of Masashi Kishimoto with the serialization of Naruto, and Boruto: Naruto The Movie) – will end without notice on the occasion of this edition of the magazine.
Samurai 8 will officially come to an end in Issue #17
— Weekly Shonen Jump (@WSJ_manga) March 18, 2020
The new work by his dad, Naruto began to may 2019, and now, with only 43 chapters, she finds herself having to greet, mainly for the lack of resonance with the japanese public, and positions in the table of contents of Shonen Jump consistently low.
Samurai 8 is a manga genre sci-fi with strong components that reflect the dignity and the traditions that are strictly japanese. The manga, written by Masashi Kishimoto and drawn by Akira Okubo, has been started on Weekly Shonen Jump in may 2019, and now has 42 chapters published. The first 33 chapters are collected in 4 volumes.
In Italy, the manga is published by Planet Manga with the first 2 volumes available.
“The Galaxy is coming towards the end of his existence, and can no longer resist more than another century. A Samurai has received a-day mission to try to save all the planets and their inhabitants finding the ‘Pandora's box’.
The God of the Warriors, Fudo Myo-o, has signed a secret inside the vase, and anyone who discovers will save the world. In order to open it, someone will have to first find the seven keys and Hachimaru, a guy very weak, in need of medical equipment and systems of sustenance to live since birth, it may just be that someone!”
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