Various sources reported on the registration of the Internet domain ( from Japan, which would be directly related to an upcoming project to be announced for the manga written and illustrated by Yoshifumi Tozuka, undead bad luck. However, it should be noted that this is not the only time something has been reported in this regard, as the domain ( since last March also from Japan.

Therefore, it is prudent to maintain a certain level of skepticism about internet domain registrations, as they are something that virtually anyone can buy anywhere in the world, including Japan.

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For his part, Tozuka began publishing the manga in the magazine Weekly shōnen jump from the publisher shueisha in January 2020. On July 4, the publisher released the twelfth anthology, followed by the thirteenth on September 2 in Japan. The work was awarded the highest prize at the sixth edition of the award Tsugi ni Kuru manga Taishou. This event honors works that “promise great success in the future“.

Synopsis for Undead Pech

After reading the conclusion of her favorite manga series, Fuuko Izumo finally feels ready to end her existence. For the past 10 years, Fuuko has been plagued by a disease that brings extreme misfortune to anyone who touches it. This had a drastic effect on those around her and even unintentionally caused the deaths of those around her, including her parents. While standing on a bridge over the train tracks, Fuuko is touched by a strange man, causing the base to shatter and him falling in front of an oncoming train.

However, upon finding the man's corpse, Fuuko discovers that his body is regenerating and he is brought back to life. The man Fuuko calls Andy is immortal and wants to die like her. Fuuko is hesitant at first, but eventually decides to team up with Andy to give him the best kill possible. But a mysterious organization lurks in the shadows, hoping to exploit the duo's uncanny abilities.

Font: WSJ manga

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