Manga creator Kentaro Yabuki, best known for To-Love Ru and the currently serialized Ayakashi Triangle, joked (maybe warned!) that when he reached 530,000 followers on Twitter, he'd draw his own interpretation of manga's most celebrated villain, Frieza from Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball Super. Having reached the follower count the other day, the Black Cat creator made good on his promise (threat) and released an illustration of the villain–from his beautiful behind.
— 矢吹健太朗 Info (@yabuki_info) January 16, 2022
Kentaro Yabuki's latest work, Ayakashi Triangle, is currently running in Weekly Shonen Jump and has a TV anime in production. The manga was being released in English on Manga Plus and the Shonen Jump app, though the last few chapters haven't been published in English for unspecified reasons. Viz Media, who runs the Shonen Jump app, described the series as such:
Teenage exorcist ninja Matsuri has his hands full protecting his town from harmful ayakashi. But all that exorcising has hardened his heart to the playful and helpless ones. Enter Suzu, Matsuri’s childhood friend who has a crush on him, and who calls ayakashi her friends. But one day, when Suzu is attacked by a powerful ayakashi, Matsuri ends up magically transformed into a girl! The jutsu is permanent, so now he has two challenges—defeat the growing number of ayakashi targeting Suzu and learn how to live as a girl! Is he man, or woman, enough for the task?
Source: Kentaro Yabuki on Twitter
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