SPY x FAMILY Manga Wins 52nd Japan Cartoonists Association Awards Comic Grand Prize
On April 10, the 52nd Japan Cartoonists Affiliation Awards introduced that Tatsuya Endo’s SPY x FAMILY manga received certainly one of its most prestigious awards within the Grand Prize underneath the “Comics” division. The award consists of a gold-plated defend, medal, certificates and prize cash totaling 500,000 yen.
2023年度 第52回日本漫画家協会賞 発表
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The award was judged by a panel of manga and trade consultants together with Yoshihiro Ikegawa, Jun Ishiko, Naomi Kimura, Satoki Kusaka, Yukio Shinohara, Kazuhiko Shimamoto, Georges Piroshki, Noriko Nagano, Akiko Nemoto, and Masato Hara. Within the profitable assertion, SPY x FAMILY was discovered to have a enjoyable to learn story, alongside the message to take care of peace and tranquility being unfold to youngsters and readers all around the world, with the work being thought-about “a valuable gentle” by the judges.
The Japan Cartoonists Affiliation Awards had been first established in 1972 to honor works with the intention to enhance and develop manga in Japan and world wide whereas honoring the works that reveal excellence inside the medium.
Crunchyroll streamed the first season of the anime because it aired in Japan, and describes the collection:
World peace is at stake and undercover agent Twilight should bear his most tough mission but—fake to be a household man. Posing as a loving husband and father, he’ll infiltrate an elite faculty to get near a high-profile politician. He has the proper cowl, besides his spouse’s a lethal murderer and neither is aware of one another’s id. However somebody does, his adopted daughter who’s a telepath!
Sources: Comic Natalie, Japan Cartoonists Association Blog (JP)