One of the most beloved and respected manga creators, Hiromu Arakawa announced a major update on what to expect in her new upcoming anime adaptation project. Arakawa has created many fan favorites and international smash hit series like Full Metal Alchemist, Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Silver Spoon, and The Heroic Legend of Arslan. Arakawa’s fans will get a more in-depth look at her life outside of her work on manga and anime adaptations through her new project.
The official announcement was tweeted by the official Twitter account of Arakawa’s Hyakusho Kizoku (The Peasant Noble) series.
The manga is Arakawa’s unique autobiography that features her life in Hokkaido as a farmer for several years before changing careers to be a manga artist. Her background in farming has influenced her works, especially in Silver Spoon, a series Arakawa published in 2011 about a high school student who enrolled in an Agriculture school to escape from the stressful school and home environment in the city.
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What is Hiromu Arakawa’s new anime about?
Hyakusho Kizoku‘s tv adaptation was announced around October 2023 however, the recent updates for the series confirm its July 2023 as part of this year’s Summer anime schedule. Details about the anime’s concrete debut date, production staff, cast, and studio producer are yet to be announced.
Hyakusho Kizoku manga ran from December 2006 to March 2009 and was serialized in Shinshokan’s Un Poco manga magazine. The series was later transferred to Wings in June of the same year when the magazine ceased its publication. JManga published the series in English digitally in 2012.
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