Frightfulness manga symbol Kazuo Umezu (some of the time ascribed as Kazu Umezz) is dealing with another manga series to make a big appearance in January 2022. The 84-year-old author/craftsman resigned from funnies in 1995 in the wake of completing his science fiction manga Fourteen and is most popular for the loathsomeness series The Floating Homeroom, Feline Peered toward Kid, and Orochi: Blood.
"What!!! This is the first new delivery in quite a while!!! It required four years to create," Umezu composes on his site, as deciphered from Japanese by Google Interpret. "Today is the first occasion when I have made a public declaration since I drew it quietly. It's an extraordinary work, and right away you can't escape!!!"
At the lower part of the declaration, a joint copyright of Umezu and Japanese distributer Shogakukan is recorded, which appears to demonstrate Shogakukan is distributing Umezu's re-visitation of manga. There's been no declaration about an English release, in any case, Shogakukan is an incomplete proprietor of the English-language manga distributer Viz.
Umezu has kept occupied with during his retirement from funnies, with undertakings, for example, a 2014 personal movie he coordinated called Mother. In 2019, the Japanese government granted Umezu with its 'Chief for Social Undertakings' honor to respect "people who have made recognized achievement in creative and social exercises."
A few of Umezu's manga including The Floating Study hall, Feline Peered toward Kid, Orochi: Blood, Makoto-chan, and God's Left Hand, Fiend's Right Hand have been adjusted into true to life and enlivened movies.