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VINLAND SAGA EPISODE 20
Vinland Saga (Japanese: ヴィンランド・サガ Hepburn: Vinrando Saga) is a Japanese historical manga series written and drawn by manga author Makoto Yukimura. The series is published by Kodansha and was first serialized in the youth-targeted Weekly Shōnen Magazine before moving to the monthly manga magazine Afternoon, aimed at younger adult men. As of June 2019, the series has been compiled into twenty-two bound volumes. Vinland Saga has also been licensed for English-language publication by Kodansha USA.
Thorfinn, son of one of the Vikings’ greatest warriors, is among the finest fighters in the merry band of mercenaries run by the cunning Askeladd, an impressive feat for a person his age. However, Thorfinn is not part of the group for the plunder it entails—instead, for having caused his family great tragedy, the boy has vowed to kill Askeladd in a fair duel. Not yet skilled enough to defeat him, but unable to abandon his vengeance, Thorfinn spends his boyhood with the mercenary crew, honing his skills on the battlefield among the war-loving Danes, where killing is just another pleasure of life.
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Check out the petition here! https://www.change.org/p/funimation-entertainment-kodansha-kodansha-comics-usa-create-a-vinland-saga-anime
Vinland Saga is a commercially successful manga in Japan and has recently been issued in English by Kodansha Comics USA. Incredible to believe that this doesn't already have an anime adaptation, this manga series based on Vikings is filled with beautiful artwork and kickass story-telling. It is in my personal belief, that if animated in a similar fashion to Attack on Titan it could become the next successful anime series.
People should support this petition as I feel it will be a manga left as a manga and not adapted to an anime. This series can make a difference to the anime community by providing more substance and realistically grounded segments that offer a mixture of historical accounts, figures, and fictitious fantasy. It offers a deeper sense of inspiration when it comes to changing the way we live, observing the struggle between being inherently good and evil, as well as the responsibility of being given great power. For the new generation that doesn't know of the history dating back to the early 1000s, this offers an overdramaticized account of these events with equally fictitious back-stories of historical figures.
I further believe that the writer and illustrator for this manga, Yukimura Makoto, should be given more credit and an animated version of his amazing story. This would be a fantastic addition to the line-up of anime that are riddled with slice of life and supernatural, changing it up and providing something fresh. With manga like Terraformars, a younger series in comparison, having an anime created for it, it's only fair that this one receive one, as well