From America to Japan. Marvel Comics has recently given word on its new collaborations with manga, graphic novels from Japan. Read on for the story.

During the last Tokyo Comic Con, Chester Bror Cebulski, the editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics, said the publisher will soon reveal more manga collaborations this year. 

News media asked Cebulski about Marvel Comics’ future manga offerings. He said that Marvel and Shueisha – a huge Japanese publishing company producing the mangas of “One Piece,” “Boruto: Two Blue Vortex,” “Jujutsu Kaisen,” and “Chainsaw Man,” among others – particularly its Shonen Jump and Jump+ teams, have had such a fruitful relationship over the past years. 

The Marvel Comics editor-in-chief added that he had “top-secret level 7 clearance meetings” just before the Tokyo Comic Con was held. 

However, he noted that no other details could be revealed, but the particular information on the collaboration between manga and Marvel characters will be unveiled soon this year. 

Marvel Comics are no strangers to the world of manga. Perhaps the most popular titles from this collaboration are “Deadpool: Samurai,” “Wolverine: Snikt!,” and “Spider-Man: Fake Red.”

In “Deadpool: Samurai,” Deadpool finds himself in Tokyo, teaming up with new heroes and participating in battles. Meanwhile, “Wolverine: Snikt!,” written and drawn by manga artist Tsutomu Nihei, is the onomatopoeic representation of the sound that Wolverine’s claws make when being extended, a metallic noise denoted as “snikt.” A man named Yu stumbles upon a Spider-Man costume, wears it, and finds himself in the element in “Spider-Man: Fake Red.” It’s all exciting. 

Other collaborations of Marvel with Japanese manga include Kodansha’s Magazine “Marvel” Manga Award in 2017 and 2018, “Secret Reverse” by Kazuki Takahashi in 2019, “Marvel Meow” series by Nao Fuji, powered suits Eiichi Shimizu designed for the Tech-On Avengers comic series in 2021, some Ultraman comics released between 2020 and 2022 with a crossover event, and the 2023 “Marvel Comics: A Manga Tribute” collaboration by Viz.

No further details are available as of press time. But can you make a guess?

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