Promised Neverland’s Posuka Demizu, Kakegurui’s Homura Kawamoto Co-create Beyblade X Manga


In the latest issue of Shogakukan’s Monthly Coro Coro Comics magazine, fans were treated to a special preview of an exciting collaboration between renowned manga creators. Homura Kawamoto, known for his work on the thrilling series Kakegurui, teams up with Hikaru Muno, the original creator of the captivating High Card, alongside the talented Posuka Demizu, the artist behind the widely acclaimed The Promised Neverland. Together, they have embarked on a new venture, bringing their creative prowess to the world of Beyblade with the highly anticipated Beyblade X manga.

This special preview, consisting of a 70-page full-color booklet, offers readers a tantalizing glimpse into the world of Beyblade X. Set to make its official debut in the magazine’s upcoming July issue, slated for release on June 15th, this manga promises to take fans on an exhilarating journey filled with fierce Beyblade battles and compelling storytelling.

The heart of the manga’s narrative revolves around a young boy who harbors the ambition of becoming a professional Beyblade player. With unwavering determination, he sets his sights on reaching the legendary X Tower, a hallowed place where skilled Beyblade players from all corners of the globe gather. As the story unfolds, readers will be introduced to a host of new gears and abilities that will add fresh excitement and depth to the world of Beyblade.

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Takara Tomy, the company behind the iconic Beyblade franchise, announced the Beyblade X project earlier this year, positioning it as the “4th generation” of the series. Building upon the foundation laid by the original Beyblade in 1999, followed by Beyblade: Metal Fusion in 2008 and Beyblade Burst in 2015, Beyblade X aims to push the boundaries of innovation and entertainment, captivating both longtime fans and newcomers alike.

The Beyblade franchise has enjoyed tremendous success across various mediums, including an anime adaptation. Beyblade Burst Queadstrike, the seventh season of the anime series, made its debut on Disney XD in the United States on April 3rd, and subsequently premiered on Hulu on May 8th. The anime continues to captivate audiences with its thrilling battles and engaging characters.

This collaboration between Homura Kawamoto, Hikaru Muno, and Posuka Demizu represents a convergence of incredible talents from the world of manga. Kawamoto, known for his compelling storytelling in Kakegurui, has demonstrated a keen ability to craft narratives that delve into the complexities of human nature and the thrill of high-stakes games. Muno, the mastermind behind High Card, brings his unique vision and storytelling sensibilities to the table, enriching the world of Beyblade with his creative input. And of course, Demizu’s exquisite artwork, which captivated readers in The Promised Neverland, adds a visual flair that breathes life into the Beyblade X manga.

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As fans eagerly await the official serialization of Beyblade X, they can rest assured that the combination of these talented creators will deliver an unforgettable experience. The fusion of Kawamoto’s storytelling expertise, Muno’s original concept, and Demizu’s stunning illustrations is a recipe for success, promising an engaging and exhilarating manga that will leave readers craving for more Beyblade action.

Beyblade X is poised to leave its mark as a worthy addition to the beloved franchise, introducing fans to a fresh cast of characters, innovative gameplay mechanics, and an enthralling narrative that will captivate readers young and old. With the anticipation building, fans can look forward to embarking on this thrilling Beyblade adventure when the manga officially launches in the pages of Monthly Coro Coro Comics this July.

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