Dark Horse Comics to Release the Hatsune Miku: Future Delivery manga
27/02/2017 Leave a comment
Dark Horse Comics have announced, through a news article on Crunchyroll, that they will be releasing the Hatsune Miku: Future Delivery manga in America during October of this year.
As with most manga license announcements details on a UK release were not mentioned; but we’d be surprised if it didn’t arrive in UK stores shortly after it’s american release.
According to the article the first of two Hatsune Miku: Future Delivery volumes will be released on the 4th October 2017 (within America) with a second volume to be released shortly after. Hatsune Miku: Future Delivery was written by Satoshi Oshio and features artwork fromHugin Miyama, which is actually the team behind the Overlord manga adaptation, and this manga will tell the story featured in producer marasy’s 2014 hit.
Synopsis: Writer Satoshi Oshio and artist Hugin Miyama tell a tale set in the distant future, where Asumi—a girl who has no clue to her memories but a drawing of a green-haired, ponytailed person—finds her only friend in Asimov, a battered old delivery robot. The strange companions travel the stars together in search of the mysterious “Miku,” only to learn the legendary idol has taken different forms on many different worlds!
Hatsune Miku: Future Delivery will be released across two volumes later this year.