The 24th and final volume of Kappi and nifuni’s Eren the Southpaw (Hidarikki no Eren) manga launched this week, but a new stage of the series is just about to begin. The creators revealed that the series is officially getting an anime adaptation, and both of them shared illustrations to mark the occasion.
You can see Kappi’s above, and here’s nifuni’s:
Kappi first launched the manga on the cakes web service back in March 2016 before teaming up with nifuni to launch a remake with new art in October 2017. The series, which previously inspired a live-action series in 2019, follows advertisement agency designer Koichi Asakura and brilliant left-handed graffiti artist Eren Yamagishi.