Viz Adapt Tiger Bunny From Anime To Comic

TigerBunny_vol01-Manga-FINAL The anime superhero series Tiger & Bunny plays in the US on VIZAnime, Neon Alley and Hulu, created by Sunrise Studios with designs by Masakazu Katsura, and sold by Viz Media on DVD and Blu Ray.

And handily, Viz is publishing the manga adaptation by Mizuki Sakakibara from July.

TIGER & BUNNY series introduces readers to super-powered humans, known as NEXT, that appeared in the world 45 years ago. Some of them fight crime in the city of Stern Bild while promoting their corporate sponsors on the hit show HERO TV. The people love their superheroes, even if they don’t completely understand them, and not all of the NEXT use their powers for good. Veteran hero Wild Tiger has years of experience fighting crime, but his ratings have been slipping. Under orders from his new employer, Wild Tiger finds himself forced to team up with Barnaby Brooks Jr., a rookie with an attitude. Overcoming their differences will be at least as difficult for this mismatched duo as taking down super-powered bad guys!


The heroes of Stern Bild City are larger than life when they appear on Hero TV, but when they take off their costumes, their lives are just like anyone else’s! Or are they?! What do you do when you’re a hero and invited to a Halloween costume party? See how heroes stay in shape (and keep their hair from getting messed up). And exactly what is Saito saying under his breath? Over two dozen stories take you deep into the world of Tiger & Bunny!

Manga superheroes folks! Could this be the comics/manga crossover property they’ve been waiting for?Display


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