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19/11/2013

First look at Miyazaki’s new samurai manga

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(From Escapist Magazine) Hayao Miyazaki, co-founder of Studio Ghibli and its most prominent director, certainly isn’t your typical retiree.

Instead of spending his days on a beach somewhere, or learning to knit adorable Totoro mittens, the 72-year-old is working on a new project.

Last week, Miyazaki was featured on Professional, Japanese public television network NHK’s profile show.

The show discussed Miyazaki’s work on his last movie before retirement, The Wind Rises, and then gave a first look at his new Warring States samurai manga.

Miyazaki is writing and illustrating the yet-unnamed series set in Japan.

Crunchyroll reports that producer and colleague Toshio Suzuki believes that the legendary director is working on the manga without having received a manuscript payment.

There’s no word yet when Miyazaki’s samurai manga will be published.

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