Iwaaki’s original manga was serialized by Kodansha in Morning Open Zōkan and Monthly Afternoon magazines from 1988 to 1995 and has sold over 25 million copies in more than 20 markets. Their popularity has since spawned both animated and real-life adaptations of hit classic status, but Sang-ho is doing something a little different with his version. Based on Limit linethe filmmaker, who is reuniting with Netflix after the “Hellbound” series, has “created his own universe with a Korean twist.”
While I don’t know too much about this property, the phrase “horror manga” is enough to pique my curiosity immensely. Sang-ho’s “Train to Busan” is a truly incredible movie, so given his skill and work ethic, it seems like this adaptation will indeed be a special one. . Considering how many people have read this work and how highly anticipated this project is, it makes me not only want to read it out of sheer interest, but can also make the inevitable comparisons. most likely to happen with this new streaming series.
Netflix will release the film worldwide, but a release date has yet to be announced.
https://www.slashfilm.com/978812/train-to-busans-yeon-sang-ho-to-adapt-horror-manga-parasyte-the-grey-for-netflix/ Train To Busan’s Yeon Sang-Ho adapts horror manga Parasyte: The Gray for Netflix