The Hunters Guild: Red Hood is probably not revolutionary as a shonen fantasy/horror collection, however its fairytale twist gives a comforting delight.
Originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump after being revealed as a one-shot, The Hunters Guild: Red Hood combines basic monster fantasy parts with fairytale parts. The first collected quantity of the collection will probably be revealed quickly, making it a superb time for manga followers to check out the collection. While it is not prone to turn out to be a worldwide phenomenon because it at present stands, followers of shonen hero manga tropes and fairytale variations will discover this story thrilling.
The Hunters Guild: Red Hood Vol. 1 is the collected work of Yuki Kawaguchi. It collects the primary seven chapters of the eighteen-chapter fantasy/horror collection. The manga was serialized from June 2021 to November 2021. Collected volumes of the collection have already launched in Japan, however now Viz Media is making the translated assortment accessible to North American readers. Kawaguchi beforehand served as an assistant to Yusei Matsui, engaged on My Hero Academia. He has revealed a couple of one-shots, together with Red Hood, which received the 14th Gold Future Cup Award in 2020. The Hunters Guild: Red Hood is his first serialized collection.
The debut quantity of The Hunters Guild: Red Hood introduces Velou, a younger man dwelling in a village that has a werewolf drawback. The village has run out of fighters and desires assist, inflicting them to rent somebody from the titular Hunters Guild. A seemingly younger woman arrives, and with assistance from Velou, begins to deal with the issue. These first seven chapters arrange the manga’s world, put some new twists on vampires, and current a younger hero with a seemingly lengthy journey forward of him. The story is enjoyable, even when facets of it are very acquainted and just like different collection.
Fresh Werewolf Take, Same Shonen Action
Like many Shonen manga, The Hunters Guild: Red Hood presents a younger hero who’s underestimated by everybody round him till he performs a vital function in fixing the preliminary posed drawback. Despite this, the hero’s objective is to guard the folks of their village as a warrior. This is similar to other shonen manga series, together with Monster Hunter: Flash Hunter, which has the inventive group of Keiichi Hikami and Shin Yamamoto. In that collection, the principle character – Raiga – had the same objective and sought to personal his expertise in opposition to monsters who threaten many villages in his world. Many different collection share related plotlines, together with Naruto. The most important distinction right here is that there’s a fairytale coating layered atop it and a stronger give attention to a standard, human hero with no skills. The collection makes use of werewolves over vampires and demons or different monsters, giving them some look variations and talent enhancements from typical werewolf tales. Yet the primary quantity concludes with the introduction of what’s going to doubtless be a quick coaching arc.
The Hunters Guild: Red Hood Vol. 1 is a enjoyable introduction to a brand new world and is a promising unbiased begin for Yuki Kawaguchi. The most important characters are relatively typical of shonen manga when it comes to targets, however they divert when it comes to energy, base humanity, and first opponent. This manga might not turn out to be the subsequent prime best-selling collection, however followers of journey with starting heroes will discover a sense of acquainted consolation with it. The collection has plenty of potential, and it will be nice to see what Kawaguchi comes up with subsequent, as the massive dangerous wolf/Little Red Riding Hood twist is a pleasant method of creating cozy manga tropes contemporary. Manga followers can add The Hunters Guild: Red Hood Vol. 1 to their assortment when it releases from Viz Media on December 13.