Akira Amano’s Ron Kamonohashi: Deranged Detective Manga Gets Anime – News

Akira Amano’s Ron Kamonohashi: Deranged Detective Manga Gets Anime – News


The Jump Festa The ’23 incident revealed on Sunday that Akira Amano‘s Ron Kamonohashi: Deranged Detective (Kamonohashi Ron no Kindan Suiri) manga is getting an anime adaptation.


Shota Ihata (Girly number, The Saint’s magical power is omnipotent) directs the anime towards diomedea. Wataru Watariwho has written both the light novel and the anime scripts for Girly numbersupervises the series scripts, and Masakazu Ishikawa (Octopus girl, The Saint’s magical power is omnipotent) adapts the character designs for animation. Yo Tsuji (Miss Hokusai) composes the music at Kadokawa.

MANGA Plus is releasing the manga digitally in English, and it describes the story:

This unusual duo brings the hidden truth to light! Ron Kamonohashi, a private investigator with serious problems, and Totomaru Ishiki, a pure-hearted but weak police detective, team up to solve the most perplexing mysteries! An exciting detective story for a new generation Akira Amanocreator of “Reborn!” and “Old Life”!

Amano launched the manga on Shueisha‘s Shonen Jump+ website and app in October 2020. Shueisha will release the manga’s ninth volume on January 4.

Amano launched Reborn! manga in Shueisha‘s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 2004, ending it in 2012. The manga’s TV anime adaptation ran from 2006 to 2010. Crunchyroll and Viz Media streamed anime outside of Japan. Discotheque Media licensed the anime and released it on Blu-ray Disc in September and October 2018. Viz Media released 16 volumes of the 42-volume manga in North America. The manga has inspired four stage plays.

Amano launched elDLIVE manga on Shonen Jump+‘s predecessor app Jump live in August 2013. The manga switched to Shonen Jump+ when the app launched in September 2014. The manga ended in November 2018. Shueisha published the manga’s 11th and final volume in February 2019. Viz Media published the first three chapters of the manga in English digitally in September–October 2014 as part of its “Jump Start” initiative, and it later published the manga digitally and in print.

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An elDLIVE TV anime adaptation premiered in Japan in January 2017. Crunchyroll streamed the series with English subtitles when it aired in Japan, and Funimation streamed an english dub.

Photos ©天野明/集英社・鴨乃橋ロンの禁断推理载件公常 ©天野明/集英社

Sources: Press release, Jump Festa ’23 Studio NEO live stream


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