Blue Wolves of Mibu manga ‘Shinsengumi Arc’: The manga Blue Wolves of Mibu is starting a new chapter called the “Shinsengumi Arc.” This new storyline will begin in the next issue of Weekly Shōnen Magazine on April 24. The series, created by Tsuyoshi Yasuda, has been running since October 2021, and the latest volume, the 13th, was just released. The story follows Nio, an orphan with big dreams, who learns about the power of swords in shaping history. Now, the focus will shift to the formation and adventures of the Shinsengumi, a group of samurai fighting for justice.

Blue Wolves of Mibu Manga Overview

The Blue Wolves of Mibu (Japanese: 青のミブロ, Hepburn: Ao no Miburo) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tsuyoshi Yasuda. It has been serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine since October 13, 2021. The series follows the story of Nio, an orphan who dreams of a better world and encounters powerful samurai who shape history with their swords. The manga combines elements of adventure, historical drama, and chanbara (sword fighting) genres. As of April 17, 2024, thirteen tankōbon volumes have been released.

Blue Wolves of Mibu Characters

The series features a cast of characters, each contributing to of the story. The main character, Chirinu Nio, is voiced by Shūichirō Umeda in the upcoming anime adaptation. Other key characters include:

  • Hijikata Toshizō, voiced by Yōhei Azakami
  • Okita Sōji, voiced by Kensho Ono
  • Saitō Hajime, voiced by Chiaki Kobayashi
  • Tanaka Tarō, voiced by Shun Horie
  • Serizawa Kamo, voiced by Ryōta Takeuchi
  • Kondō Isami, voiced by Tomokazu Sugita

These characters are based on historical figures from the Shinsengumi, a group of samurai known for their role in the late Edo period.

Blue Wolves of Mibu Anime Adaptation

An anime television series adaptation of The Blue Wolves of Mibu is set to premiere in Q4 2024. Produced by Maho Film, the series will be directed by Kumiko Habara, with Kenta Ihara handling the scriptwriting and Yuki Hayashi composing the music. The anime will air on NNS (ytv, NTV) networks. The adaptation aims to bring the intense and dramatic story of the manga to life, showcasing the adventures and struggles of the characters as they navigate the turbulent times of the Shinsengumi.

Blue Wolves of Mibu Media and International Releases

Kodansha USA has licensed The Blue Wolves of Mibu for English publication, with the first volume released on February 17, 2022. The series is also available in France, where it is licensed by Kana. The manga has received positive attention for its compelling narrative and historical setting, attracting readers from various demographics. The announcement of the anime adaptation has further heightened interest in the series, promising to expand its reach and popularity.

Who are the main cast of Blue Wolves of Mibu manga?


The main cast of Blue Wolves of Mibu manga includes:-

Chirinu Nio (Voiced by Shūichirō Umeda)
Hijikata Toshizō (Voiced by Yōhei Azakami)
Okita Sōji (Voiced by Kensho Ono)
Saitō Hajime (Voiced by Chiaki Kobayashi)
Tanaka Tarō (Voiced by Shun Horie)
Serizawa Kamo (Voiced by Ryōta Takeuchi)
Kondō Isami (Voiced by Tomokazu Sugita)

Who is involved in the production of the Blue Wolves of Mibu?

The Blue Wolves of Mibu is directed by Kumiko Habara, with Kenta Ihara handling the scriptwriting and Yuki Hayashi composing the music.

Who publishes the Blue Wolves of Mibu in English?

Kodansha USA holds the English license for the manga. The first volume was published on February 17, 2022.

What is the “Shinsengumi Arc”?

The “Shinsengumi Arc” is the next part of the Blue Wolves of Mibu series that began serialization after the initial portion concluded on April 17, 2024. This arc focuses on the events and characters related to the historical Shinsengumi samurai group.

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