This yr’s fifteenth issue of Kodansha‘s Morning journal printed the first chapter of a model new story in Kazuhiro Fujita‘s The Black Museum (Kuro Hakubutsukan) manga last Thursday. The new story, titled Kuro Hakubutsukan: Mikazuki yo, Kaibutsu to Odore (The Black Museum: Dance With Beasts, O Crescent Moon), services on novelist Mary Shelley as she seeks out a pink shoe left behind at a masquerade ball hosted by Queen Victoria herself. Professional dancer TAKAHIRO is credited for assist with the manga’s dancing choreography.

Fujita printed the first story, Kuro Hakubutsukan: Springald, in Morning in 2007, and Kodansha printed the story in a single amount. The second story, Kuro Hakubutsukan: Ghost and Lady (The Black Museum: The Ghost and the Lady), ran in Morning from 2014 to 2015, and Kodansha printed the story in two volumes.

Kodansha Comics printed the two volumes of The Black Museum: The Ghost and the Lady in English.

Fujita’s Ushio & Tora manga ran from 1990 to 1996 in Weekly Shonen Sunday with 33 volumes. The manga was tailor-made into an genuine video anime sequence in 1992 and a television anime that began in July 2015. Sentai Filmworks licensed the television sequence, and Crunchyroll streamed the sequence as a result of it aired in Japan.

Studio VOLN produced a television anime adaptation of Fujita’s Karakuri Circus (Le Cirque de Karakuri) manga that premiered on Amazon in Japan in October 2018. Amazon Prime solely streamed the anime in Japan and overseas. Fujita’s Bakegyamon manga moreover impressed a television anime in 2006. Another manga, the “Karakuri no Kimi” temporary story in Fujita’s Yoru no Uta assortment, impressed the Puppet Princess genuine video anime enterprise.

Sources: Morning issue 14, Comic Natalie