Written and illustrated by the animated adaptation of the manga on the official Twitter account Akihito Tsukushi, Made in the abyssAn update has been released stating that there will be a special broadcast of the series on May 5th via the Japanese platform ABEMA. The announcement also indicated that important announcements could be made on the same day as it says: "I have a feeling we can make new announcementsβ€œ, Included in the message.

For his part, Tsukushi began publishing the manga through the magazine Web comic gamma from the publisher Takeshobo in October 2012. The publisher published the ninth compilation volume on July 27th. The piece inspired a thirteen-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. Kinema Citrus, Headed by Masayuki Kojima and scripts written by Hideyuki Kurata, released in July 2017, followed by two compilation films and Made in Abyss: Dawn of the Deep Soul, released January 2020. Production of a new sequel is confirmed.

Made in Abyss Synopsis

The Abyss ... an open abyss that extends to the depths of the earth and is full of mysterious creatures and relics from bygone times. How was it formed? What's in the background? Countless brave people known as "Diggers" have tried to solve the mysteries of the Abyss by fearlessly descending into darkness. The best and bravest excavators, the White Whistles, are hailed as legends by those who prefer to stay on the surface.

The daughter of a missing White Whistle, Riko strives to be like her mother and explore the depths of the Abyss. However, since she is a red whistle, she is only allowed to explore the top layer. But an encounter with a mysterious robot with no memories marks the beginning of the adventure at the bottom, not knowing that the more you descend, the harder the reality in the Abyss is.

Fountain: Official Twitter account

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