Rumiko Takahashi to start new manga Spring 2019

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Rumiko Takahashi to start new manga Spring 2019

Post by usamimi » Wed Dec 05, 2018 1:58 pm

https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2 ... ng/.140351

I wasn't really into Rinne, but I'm always curious to see what she'll do next!
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Re: Rumiko Takahashi to start new manga Spring 2019

Post by Drew_Sutton » Wed Dec 05, 2018 3:38 pm

I never got into Rinne either but I will at least be sure to check out the first few chapters of her new work.

Probably not the right thread for it but between Inu Yasha and Rinne, I kinda want Takahashi to go back to working a Seinen title or two.
The Article wrote:Most recently, Takahashi ended her RIN-NE manga in Weekly Shonen Sunday last December.
Huh, who'd have known? I mean, my first reaction to the article was "I guess Rinne is ending..." and not that it's already been over for a year. I know I fell out of it pretty quick but given how pervasive Ranma and Inu Yasha were in fandom, Rinne seemed damn near invisible.
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