On the magazine's official Twitter account Weekly Shonen magazine The manga was reported to be by Muneyuki Kaneshiro and Yusuke nomura, Blue lock, was interrupted due to deterioration in the health of Nomura, the work's artist. The manga didn't have a new chapter this week and is expected to resume by next October 27th.

Blue lock

Kaneshiro and Nomura publish the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen magazine from the publisher Kodansha since August 2018. The publisher published the fourteenth volume of the compilation on May 17, followed by the fifteenth volume on August 17 in Japan. The work already exceeds 5 million copies in cumulative circulation.

An anime adaptation produced by the studios 8 bit (Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken), Headed by Tetsuaki Watanabe (Powerful Pro Yakyū Powerful Kōkō-hen) and scripts written by Taku kishimoto (Haikyuu !!, silver spoon, fruit basket (2019)) has been confirmed and will be premiered in 2022.

Summary of Blue Lock

The story begins with the departure of the Japanese national team from the 2018 FIFA World Cup, which prompts the Japan Soccer Union to initiate a training program to prepare a team of high school students to take part in the 2022 World Cup striker, receives an invitation to attend this Program shortly after his team missed an opportunity to compete in the Nationals for passing the ball to his less adept teammate who obviously missed the shot, suggesting Isagi's cowardice in not daring to close the game finish yourself.

His coach will be Ego Jinpachi, who wants to put an end to the idea of ​​the "weak Japan in football" with a radical new training regime: isolate 300 young strikers in a prison-like facility called "Blue Lock" and subject them to rigorous training, which is "the greatest." most talented and selfish striker in the world.

Source: ANN

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