Sakamoto Days is shortly changing into one of many main standouts of Shueisha’s present slate of Weekly Shonen Leap journal sequence, and the creator behind Jujutsu Kaisen is paying tribute to it with some cool new artwork! Yuto Suzuki’s murderer motion crammed sequence first made its debut with the journal two years in the past and in that point since has actually impressed followers with the quantity of motion that has been seen from it to this point. It has apparently additionally impressed Jujutsu Kaisen sequence creator Gege Akutami in addition to he celebrated Sakamoto Days’ latest success with some particular new artwork.

Sakamoto Days has been simply as an enormous of a success with followers outdoors of the pages of Weekly Shonen Leap journal too, and as Quantity 9 of the sequence will get able to hit the cabinets in Japan it has been revealed that Jujutsu Kaisen sequence creator Gege Akutami has shared some particular new artwork of the event. Along with Akutami’s tackle Taro Sakamoto and Nagumo, the creator had this to say about Sakamoto Days, “[R]eading Sakamoto Days actually makes me hyperaware of how my battle scenes are missing…!!” Try the sketch under:

What’s Sakamoto Days?

Yuto Suzuki first launched Sakamoto Days to the pages of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Leap journal in November 2020, and the sequence has develop into a large hit amongst followers. Whereas there has but to be any phrase on a possible anime sequence, this one sort of appears good for it. It focuses on a retired murderer who has since gotten out of form, however has saved all the abilities from his lethal profession. If you happen to needed to take a look at the sequence, now you can discover its chapters with Viz Media’s digital Shonen Leap vault.

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As for what to anticipate from the sequence itself, Viz Media describes Sakamoto Days‘ first quantity as such, “Time has handed peacefully for Sakamoto since he left the underworld. He is operating a neighborhood retailer together with his pretty spouse and little one and has gotten a bit…out of form. However sooner or later a determine from his previous pays him a go to with a proposal he cannot refuse: return to the murderer world or die!”


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