Gleipnir Manga is Sun Takeda’s Japanese manga. It was released on 3 October 2015 in Kodanshas his manga magazine Young magazine and collected in seven volumes. The manga is distributed in Kodansha comics in North America. The pine jam series will debut an anime TV adaptation in April 2020.
Gleipnir Manga Characters
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Gleipnir Manga Media
In the fourth edition of the young magazine an anime TV adaptation of the series was revealed on 3 to 6 March 2019. An animated pine jam, directed by Kazuhiro Yoneda, processing part of a series by Shinichi Inotsume, and the creation of the Takahiro Kishida character. Ryôhei Sataka produces a collection of songs. The premiere will take place on Tokyo MX and other platforms in April 2020. H El ical / performs the series’ opening theme.
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