Kouhei Horikoshi and Akihito Tsukushi agree: you have to read Tsugumi Project, the new work by Ippatu
Manga authors are not just story-makers, they are They are also fans of the medium that help to constantly nurture. Thus, it is relatively easy to see how renowned authors recommend some works perhaps not so well known at a public level, something that can help ‘newbies’ a lot in the medium and long term. In this case, the authors of «Boku no Hero Academia» and «Made in Abyss» have agreed that «Tsugumi Project» should be read.
Tsugumi Project, with the support of the authors of Boku no Hero Academia and Made in Abyss
Then I leave you with MangaMogura’s tweet This has allowed us to know this recommendation to take into account:
Before going into details about what «Tsugumi Project» is and why both Kouhei Horikoshi and Akihito Tsukushi have decided to recommend it, I leave you with some images of their covers (the fourth volume was published in June):
Said and shown all this, I leave you next with the official description of «Tsugumi Project»:
Description of Tsugumi Project
«Leon, an elite soldier from a militarized Europe, is forced to embark on a secret mission. He has to travel to a desolate Japan, completely abandoned for more than 200 years, and will be accompanied by a team with whom he must find and recover a completely terrifying weapon. The weapon’s code name is Tsugumi. All that is known is that its destructive power is such that it was preferred to bury it under a rain of atomic bombs rather than see how its development was completed …
However, the operation ends up taking very little time: the plane in which Leon and his team are traveling crashes, and he is left alone in Tokyo Bay. Hungry, with all his strength consumed and only an anti-radiation suit as his only protection, Leon quickly discovers that the city is not as helpless as previously thought.… «
In essence, «Tsugumi Project» appears to be a manga by action, science fiction, mystery and other elements that have at least managed to catch authors of the caliber of those who have shaped «Boku no Hero Academia» on the one hand and «Made in Abyss» on the other. Will this be enough for Ippatu’s work to start making more and more headlines? What I have no doubt about is that it will definitely help put «Tsugumi Project» on the radar of many, at least for now.