Jushins Thunder Fist is back and it’s really good.
A few weeks ago I sat down with the writer of the hit manga series of the same name, the man who was credited as a key writer for the first volume of the Jushindomai no Taizai series (Thunder Fist), and asked him a couple of questions about the upcoming third volume.
Here are some of the key points I wanted to get across.
First off, I wanted you to know that you are an incredibly talented writer.
I know it may seem like a bit of a challenge to ask such a personal question, but it’s worth it.
I can assure you that you’re well aware of the quality of the work you’re doing and it shows.
It’s just that the questions you get from the people who are reading your work are pretty overwhelming.
If you want to understand the kind of work you do, then you need to do a bit more homework.
It would be very easy to dismiss all of this as just a matter of trying to be cool, but there’s more to it than that.
I’d also like to add that I’m not talking about the people you’ll see at the Anime Expo this year.
You’ll be seeing the folks who really know the stuff you do.
I’m talking about your fellow Jushinkyujin and their peers who are doing it right.
You can count on them to be awesome!
Second, I know you’re a huge fan of the series.
I just want to let you know that there are some aspects of the character that have been completely revamped.
I wanted the first installment to be the best of its kind, but you can expect a lot of the concepts to be completely reworked.
Third, I want to thank you for your contribution to the Jyuinjutsuka series.
It really shows.
I’ve always appreciated your work and I’m sure you’ll be doing a lot more to make Jushines Thunder Fist even better.
The Thunder Fist series, which originally ran from 1994 to 1995, is one of the most popular series in the world.
You’ve done several volumes, the last of which came out in 2013, and you’ve released more than a dozen books.
I understand that the series is often compared to the works of Hideaki Anno or Akira Toriyama, but that’s not what I’m interested in right now.
What I’m looking for is a different kind of Jushinef that’s focused on the characters.
For this new volume, I’ll be using a brand new version of the Thunder Fist character, which is a young man who has been training for decades to become a master of the martial art known as Thunder Fist.
The Thunder Fist master is a very mysterious person who will show up in all of the next volume of Thunder Fist, but who has not been revealed yet.
This new version is not the original version, but rather the one that was released in 2017.
That’s why the author has changed his name.
In the original, the character was called Kaiten.
But I decided to change the name because it’s an interesting name for an anime character.
I think the reason I decided that was because he is a master swordsman who is a kind of super-human, and I want him to be a master who will be able to do something similar to Anno’s and Toriyamas.
I have some ideas for how I want the character to look and I’ll share them with you when I have something ready for you.
This book will feature many new characters.
I also plan to feature new illustrations, as well as a whole new soundtrack composed by Yoshio Nakagawa.
The story will continue to be written by the author, but he’ll be taking on the role of the manga’s story editor.
The first volume, which came to be called Thunder Fist: The First Strike, features new illustrations by Yumi Hara, a new story by Ryota Okazaki, and a new character by the name of Hoshino Kanno.
I’m also hoping to include some new music for the series, since the original soundtrack was composed by Masahiro Tanaka.
You will hear new music from the composer of the opening track of the original Thunder Fist anime, and new music composed by Hiroki Yagi.
If you are interested in purchasing Thunder Fist the book, you can do so through Amazon.
You won’t find any spoilers about the story, but if you’re interested in checking out some of your favorite Jyuins Thunder fist stories, then check out the new volume.