A new manga about a normal wild-souled cat launches on February 4th
The February issue of Shueisha‘s Saikyô jump magazine revealed on Tuesday that Kenji taira will launch a new manga titled King Tama in the magazine’s next issue on February 4.
Saikyô jump published a one-shot version of the manga (pictured right) on October 4, and the manga now returns with full serialization. The manga focuses on a normal cat who has the soul of the king of the savannah.
Taira started the Rock Lee and his ninja friends (Rock Lee no Seishun Ninden full power) manga in Saikyô jump in 2010, and ended in July 2014. Shueisha published seven volumes of books compiled for the manga.
The manga inspired the 51st episode Naruto spin-off: Rock Lee and his ninja friends animated series in 2012-2013, which Crisp and Media viewing both were released as they were released.
Taira also designed the three volumes Naruto: The Legend of the Sharingan by Chibi Sasuke (Uchiha Sasuke no Sharingan Den) manga. Media viewing published the manga in digital and print form. Taira also designed the four volumes Boruto: Generations Saikyo Dash manga.
Source: Saikyô jump february issue