Golden Kamuy Manga Gets Live-Action Film Project: Exciting News for Anime Fans!

Golden Kamuy Manga Gets Live-Action Film Project: Exciting News for Anime Fans!

Golden Kamuy is a hit manga series that’s getting a live-action film adaptation, and fans are excited! The manga is set in the early 20th century in Hokkaido, Japan, and follows the story of Saichi Sugimoto, also known as “The Immortal.” After witnessing the execution of his fellow soldiers at the hands of the Ainu people, he sets out on a quest to find their treasure. Along the way, he meets an Ainu girl named Asirpa who joins him on his journey. Golden Kamuy is full of action, adventure, and historical references, making it a must-read for any manga fan. The live-action film will be released in Japan with English subtitles, so fans around the world can enjoy it. Golden Kamuy is a manga series that’s not to be missed, and the live-action film adaptation is sure to be just as exciting. Stay tuned for more information!

Golden Kamuy is set to hit the big screen in Japan soon, and fans are pumped!

Vươt qua tất cả, Golden Kamuy sẽ tiếp tục là bộ manga được mong chờ nhất  trong năm 2019?The Golden Kamuy manga series is written and illustrated by Satoru Noda. It was serialized in Shueisha’s Young Jump from 2014 to present, with its chapters collected into seventeen tankōbon volumes as of September 2019. The story follows Saichi Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese War who turns to crime after being left with only an Ainu woman as his sole companion.

Viz Media has licensed the series for English release in North America, and it published the first volume on February 21, 2017. Crunchyroll Manga added digital releases of new Golden Kamuy chapters on the same day they debut in Japan.

Golden Kamuy has been well received by critics. As of February 2019, the manga had over 11 million copies in print.

Golden Kamuy won the ninth Manga Taishō Award in 2016 and was nominated for the 44th annual Kodansha Manga Award in the Best Shōnen Manga category that same year. The series also won the Sugoi Japan Award in the Foreign Category in 2017.



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