Resident Evil manga coming in 2021 for game’s 25th anniversary
Tokyopop has stated that a Resident Evil manga OGN tying into the upcoming game: Infinite Darkness CG anime series. The video game series target on operatives trying to revive a series of increasing zombie outbreaks, and is a setting up franchise of the modern theory of video game horror. Tokyopop’s game: Infinite Darkness manga targets on two of the main combatants of the video game series, Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield. Though the main details of the manga’s story have not been released, the story will come in 2021 to join with the 25th anniversary of the release of the original Resident Evil video game. The Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness manga was announced during New York Comic Con’s MetaVerse event that was held online this year.
“I’ll never forget back at the beginning of my career when as a young correspondent for an American gaming publication, I interviewed Capcom’s game director before the first game’s release,” stated Stu Levy, Tokyopop’s founder/CEO in the series announcement.
“He and his R&D team were so excited to bring cinematic horror storytelling into the video game world. And now we at Tokyopop can contribute to the incredible franchise built on their original vision. It’s a dream come true!”
“We’re very excited to be teaming up with Tokyopop to expand the world of Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness,” Masami Tokunaga, Senior Vice President of TMS Entertainment USA, Inc. adds. “We can’t wait to see what horror adventures await Leon and Claire in the graphic novel adaptation.”