Boy, Cells at work is its own bit franchise, isn’t it? Makes sense — we’re all curious about exactly how bodies work, as well as anthropomorphizing the functions as well as processes provides everything a sense of experience (and in numerous situations with these series, fan service).
In addition to the original manga by Akane Shimizu, Kodansha Comics has released in English Cells at Work! Code Black (about a man with much more adult problems, by Shigemitsu Harada as well as Issei Hatsuyoshiya) as well as two even much more specialized digital-only series, Cells NOT at Work! (by Moe Sugimoto) as well as Cells at work as well as Friends! (by Mio Izumi).
Now they have revealed the upcoming Cells at Work: Baby! by Yasuhiro Fukuda. It’ll be out in digital next month with a print release in early 2021. As expected, it’s about “cute infant cells as they work difficult within their newborn infant body”.
Cells at Work! Spin-Off series Coming This SummerI’ve been enjoying Cells at Work!, the manga series by Akane Shimizu that anthropomorphizes red as well as white blood cells as well as dramatizes different body processes. Kodansha Comics has released five volumes in English so far, with volume 5 out last November. (I’m not sure what’s going on with volume 6. The…
A timely pointer From Cells at WorkI greatly appreciate the author of the Cells at Work! manga, Akane Shimizu, putting together this image, shared by Kodansha Comics. It makes sense, provided the subject of the comic, as well as it’s a timely reminder.
Cells at Work! Code Black volume 1Cells at Work! Code Black is a gender-swapped spin-off of the original Cells at Work! manga with a much more adult approach. The red blood cell, who serves as the reader’s guide with the body, is right here an uncertain young guy who doesn’t like his job. The protective white blood cell…