The strange Japanese people manga writer Tsugumi Oba is coming back to the comedian globe after a two-year break this May with a new manga known as Miss Yamada-kun.
Oba, who had written the well-known manga series Death Note Cosplay Costumes and Bakuman, is composing the new manga for an future unique 35th birthday version of Shukan Younger Leap journal known as “Jump” satisfies “Girl” SPECIAL COMIC, which will hit guides racks on May 8. And compared with his previous comic strips that were serialized across several journal problems, this new manga is a single-issue separate tale.
Oba, who in previous times has joined with the photo shop Takeshi Obata, will be working together for initially with Robico, the designer of the hit manga My Little Beast. Both Death Note Cosplay Costumes and Bakuman were shown by Obata and this will be the first manga by Oba to use a different photo shop. Lovers of the discreet manga writer are a little doubtful of Robico—who is well known for love-themed manga—but are very carefully getting excited about seeing a new part of Oba.
This newest perform by Oba will likely cause fans to look for further signs about the real identification of the manga specialist that he has handled to keep key despite the large reputation of his manga series. Some have theorized that Oba is actually the pen name for Gamo Hiroshi who had written the unusual super hero manga Tottemo! Luckyman in the 90’s. Supporters of this concept factor to how the maing character’s dad in Bakuman performs on a very identical superhero-themed manga and how Mild Kangami in Death Note goes to a put university that provides a “Gamo Conference.”