New Manga from Fullmetal Alchemist Creator Hiromu Arakawa
By otakuman5000 On 5 Apr, 2011 At 01:07 PM | Categorized As Comics/Manga, News | With 0 Comments

Hiromu Arakawa is best known for her manga series Fullmetal Alchemist, which spans 27 volumes and inspired two anime series, as well as the manga Hero Tales. Now the popular manga artist is debuting a new manga , Silver Spoon, or Gin no Saji.

Silver Spoon Manga by Hiromu Arakawa

Silver Spoon, a school manga by Hiromu Arakawa

Silver Spoon will run in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday manga magazine when the issue is released April 6, 2011. This will be Arakawa’s first weekly manga. The cover of Silver Spoon‘s premiere issue will feature the manga, and there will be a full-color opening page as well.

Little information has been released on the plot of Silver Spoon; all we know of the plot is that it takes place in a high school in Hokkaido. But fans still sad to see Fullmetal Alchemist end are excited to see what Arakawa is bringing us now.

Hiromu Arakawa

Hiromu Arakawa, self-portrait

Hiromu Arakawa was born in 1973 and comes from the town of Tokachi in Hokkaido, Japan. She first published manga in 1999 with Stray Dog, for which she won the Shonen Gangan award. She also won an award for Fullmetal Alchemist in 2004 at the Shogakukan Manga Awards. Along with her popular series, she has also created single-chapter manga stories.

Via Anime News Network

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