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Titan Comics' Kamen Rider Kuuga Manga translation differs from original preview

kamen-rider-kuuga_vol1© Hitotsu Yokoshima, Toshiki Inoue, Hero’s Inc., Titan Comics ANN is aware of the preview page provided by Titan Manga for

a new imprint of Titan Comics Shotaro Ishinomori , Toshiki Inoue , and Hitotsu Yokoshima of

The comic does not reflect the actual final product, which will vary. ANN contacted Titan Manga, who provided the following comment:

In response to fan discussions online regarding the recently released Volume 1 and Volume 2 manga, We hope to address some of the issues that have been raised and provide clarity. We thank fans for bringing this to our attention.

April 2014, early draft pages (Volume 1 and 3 pages) of four pages of Volume 2) were translated for marketing purposes, as we wanted to make the artwork available to fans as quickly as possible. These may still be circulating on the web. The actual translation of the printed book (approved by Titan and the licensor) is done by two well-respected translators in the industry.

We are excited to release such a beloved

franchise For English viewers, fans’ comments are valued.

Titan Manga licensed the manga and featured

‘s Preview page


Tezuka Pest Control, Tetsuro Kasahara, With Masami Yuuki of April comics2001.

kamen-rider-kuuga_vol1© Hitotsu Yokoshima, Toshiki Inoue, Hero’s Inc., Titan Comics Titan Comics Publishing Vol.1

November 8th and January 2nd volume .

Titan Comics launched a new Titan Manga imprint in March1999 when it was announced the director of the release


July Manga.

Penguin Random House


is a manga adaptation of the famous Japanese TV series of the same name, centered on the first incarnation of the Heisei-era Kamen Rider hero (10century). The manga goes beyond the normal adaptations, redefining its protagonist for a modern audience, expanding its universe, and connecting it to new readers who haven’t been exposed to the story before in a way that’s utterly approachable. It’s the perfect starting point for anyone wondering why it’s so beloved by people all over the world.


Hitotsu Yokoshima launched the comic, the third comic based on the live-action TV series, in Company of Heroes of November Magazine 1999.

Toshiki Inoue

, one of the screenwriters of the live-action series, for the manga and producer Shinichiro Shirakura () plans series. Comic moved to Comiplex site at kamen-rider-kuuga_vol1 Ends publication in October 2014. No. No. Shipping from Japan .

This” 50th Anniversary and Beyond” team announced that StoneBot Studios would be publishing English-language comics at a Comic-Con Special Edition event last November.

TV series from 29 broadcast to . This series is Toei‘s first new Series after the death of the creator Shotaro Ishinomori , which marks the beginning of the Heisei era

series. call! Factory TV is streaming the series online.

Source: email correspondence, Twitter account of Kaylyn Saucedo


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