An exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of the serialization of the Fist of the North Star manga will be held in Japan sometime in Fall 2023. The venue is located at the Mori Arts Center Gallery located in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo. More than 400 original artworks, including new drawings created by Fist of the North Star Artist Tetsuo Hara, will be available to the public. [Thanks, Game Watch!]
The new Fist of the North Star exhibition recounts the story of conflict and love between the inhabitants of a turbulent post-apocalyptic world set in the late 19th century. The structure of the exhibition will highlight the most popular episodes of the series. Taking pictures of the exhibition and the original artwork will be allowed. Additionally, the venue will offer many photo spots specially designed to share on social media.
You can check out the key visual promoting the exhibition in the following tweet:
【#北斗の拳40周年大原画展 ～愛をとりもどせ!!～】#原哲夫 先生描き下ろしメインビジュアル発表‼— 【公式】北斗の拳40周年大原画展✨👊 (@40thHokutoNoTen) March 23, 2023
In more Fist of the North Star news, Fitness Boxing Fist of the North Star is available North America and Europe as of March 2023 exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. A demo of the game is available now as well.
The 40th anniversary Fist of the North Star exhibition will be held at the Mori Arts Center Gallery in Roppongi Hills sometime in Fall 2023. The Fist of the North Star anime is available on Crunchyroll, while Viz Media handles the localization of the manga.
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