UDON To Publish Summertime Rendering By Yasuki Tanaka!

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Summertime Rendering

Today, UDON Entertainment announced that it has acquired the English print rights to the highly anticipated manga series Summertime Rendering by author Yasuki Tanaka. Summertime Rendering was originally published digitally on Shueisha’s digital magazine Shonen Jump+ and on the website Manga Plus from 2017-2021. UDON Entertainment’s print edition will utilize a new English-language translation and new lettering and will begin publishing in 2022.

It was recently announced that Summertime Rendering would receive an anime adaptation directed by Ayumi Watanabe (Space Brothers) and a series organized by Hiroshi Seko (Jujutsu Kaisen, Attack on Titan). The adaptation is scheduled to stream on Disney+ and other distribution platforms operated by Disney in 2022.

“This will be the first Shonen Jump manga that UDON has published. I am very excited to work with Shueisha on this collaboration,” said UDON Entertainment Chief of Operations Erik Ko. “Summertime Rendering is one of the most engaging manga I have ever read, and I am honored to have the opportunity to bring this amazing story by Tanaka-sensei to English audiences!”

The synopsis for Summertime Rendering is: a tragic incident calls a young man named Shinpei back to his hometown on the remote island of Higotoshima, Japan. But something sinister awaits upon his return, and a chilling sequence of events unfolds that will have dire consequences for Shinpei, for Japan, and the entire world!

ABOUT UDON Entertainment:
UDON Entertainment is a publisher of manga, graphic novels, and original and translated art books. The publisher’s best-known projects include works based on top anime properties, including Neon Genesis Evangelion, Kill la Kill, FLCL, Yu-Gi-Oh! and Robotech, and top video game properties including Street Fighter, Mega Man, Monster Hunter, Dark Souls, Persona, Bayonetta, Bloodborne, and many more. Find UDON Entertainment’s books wherever great books are sold and on www.UDONentertainment.com.


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