Sui Ishida, the author of the manga Tokyo Ghoul returns to be discussed with a new illustration. Let's see together the work that depicts the characters of Ken Kaneki and Kishou Arima.

On December 20, 2020, the Mangaka hosted a on its YouTube channel Live streaming in which he showed the production of a drawing. At the end of the same, the work was then shared via a tweet, which I report at the bottom of this message.

The famous manga that man wrote tells the story of Ken Kaneki, a boy who transforms into ghouls, creatures that can only feed on human flesh. In the new image, the young man can be seen in the foreground, recognizable by his heterochromatic eyes. Since he is not part of the cannibal race from birth, he cannot hide the characteristic red iris that distinguishes the mutants. In the same picture, behind the protagonist, we notice Kishou Arima, one of the strongest members of the Anti-Ghoul Commission of Inquiry, charged with investigating cannibal murders, and often faced with them in combat.

This isn't the first time we've had the opportunity to observe unpublished illustrations by IshidaThe author of Tokyo Ghoul had already shown us a fantastic picture dedicated to Joker in the past thanks to his Twitter account. Following the recent publications of further drawings, an upcoming manga by the same Tokyo artist was considered. Ghoul. What is certain, however, is that thanks to this latest initiative, fans were able to chat with the artist and see him at work.

What do you think of the illustration? Let us know with a comment.

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