This Friday, the publisher Panini revealed that it will publish the original manga Dorohedoro, by Q Hayashida, in Brazil.
According to the publisher, the work will begin to be published in Brazil in August and with a monthly release. The manga will be published in the publisher’s standard format and will cost R $ 29.90.
The series was adapted for an anime series in 2020 with animation by the MAPPA studio, directed by Yuichiro Hayashi, the story is by Hiroshi Seko and the character design is by Tomohiro Kishi.
The manga Dorohedoro was on the list of manga with so much Gore that they would probably never be adapted for anime.
The hole is a bleak, decrepit, and disorderly district where the strong hunt the weak, and death is a common occurrence. A separate domain of law and ethics, it is a testing ground for the magical users who master it. As a race that occupies the highest levels of their society, magic users think of the inhabitants of Hole as nothing more than insects. Murdered, mutilated, and used in experiments without a second thought, Hole’s impotent residents fill the halls of Hole’s hospital daily.
With the little challenge to their authority, magical users seem indomitable to most – except a few. Kaiman, more reptile than man, is one of those individuals. He hunts the wizards, thanks to his immunity to magic, in a search for answers. Cursed for their appearance and plagued by nightmares, magic users are your only clue for restoring your life to normal. With the biggest obstacle in his stomach, his companion Nikaidou, who runs the Hungry Bug restaurant, is his great ally.
The science-fiction manga debuted in the journal Monthly Ikki, the Shogakukan in 2000 and then moved to Hibana and then to the Monthly Shonen Sunday. The manga’s main story ended in September 2018. The manga’s 23rd and final volume of compiled books was released in November 2018.
The manga inspired an anime that debuted on January 12 at Tokyo MX. The anime was broadcast in Japan by Netflix, which premiered the program before its debut on Japanese television. The anime has 12 episodes, in addition to six new Ma no Omake episodes, with a total duration of about 30 minutes, included in the second set of Blu-ray Disc boxes in the series.