The number twenty of the magazine Afternoon ó Kodansha announced Tuesday that Seimaru Amagi Y. Fumiya Sato they will be launching a new manga in the magazine. This will be based on their previously published manga Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo R. (Kindaichi Young Files Return). It will be published in the fourth edition of next year, January 23rd. The new series will also focus on the main character Kindaichi. But who Kindaichi We are a high school student in the currently published manga, in the new manga all the characters will be old, we will see her Kindaichi and one Miyuki Adults.
Explains a short sleeve that accompanies the ad Amagi Y. Sato they are still thinking of a title for the series. Miyuki it seems to offer the title “The Medieval Kindaichi Files“. The characters also notice that it is a magazine manga movement shonen (Shonen Weekly Magazine) to a magazine seinen (Afternoon(b) may allow scenes in which the characters drink, smoke, gamble and have sex, but the characters themselves will soon rule out that possibility.
The forty-five issue of the magazine Shonen Weekly Magazine ó Kodansha revealed Wednesday that Kindaichi Shonen Jikenbo R. It will end in the forty – sixth issue of the magazine on 18 October. Amagi Y. Sato they launched the manga i Shonen Weekly Magazine in March 2012. Kodansha published the 13th volume of manga on September 15th.
Other facts about the manga
Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo R. The original manga is a sequence Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo ó Yozaburo Kanari Y. Fumiya Sato. This one is aimed at a named high school boy Hajime Kindaichi. Though it's like a boring boy, but when he encounters a situation, it doesn't take him long to demonstrate his incredible deduction skills. Received from his grandfather who was a famous detective.
Like the original manga, Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo R., also inspired a TV anime adaptation. The first season in Japan was shown in April 2014. The second season in Japan was shown in October 2015 and ended in March 2016. Crunchyroll the first and second seasons were broadcast in conjunction with its broadcast in Japan.